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  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 1768 (1563)

    keper to þe Lollards tower. And there I remayned two or thre dayes, & so was broughte by the keper Cluny, by the commandement of the commissioners, to Christes hospital, sometime they Grey friers, & accordåg had then for the

    Queene Mary. Diuers deliuered by Gods prouidence. Iohn Lithall deliuered.

    the Apostles.Chaunc. Iohn Auales, you and the keeper haue this fellow to prison.Cluny, & Iohn Auales. Then Iohn Auales & Cluny the keeper had me into Paules, and would haue had me to haue seene the Apostles Masse.Lith. I know

    Book 6, page 1766 (1563)

    quartered, and so he called for Cluny the keper of þe Lollards towre, and bad hym sette me fast in the stockes, and I was not in the Lollards towre twoo houres, but Cluny came and tooke me out, and

    Q. Mary. Diuers deliuered by Gods prouidence. Iohn Lithall deliuered.

    the Apostles.Chaunc. Iohn Auales, you and the Keeper haue this fellow to prison.Cluny, and Iohn Auales. Then Iohn Auales and Cluny the Keeper had me into Paules, and would haue had me to haue sene the Apostles Masse.Lithall. I know

    Book 6, page 1774 (1563)

    apprehended, and carryed vnto Syr Iohn Mordaunte Knighte, one of the Quenes Commissioners. And he (vpon examynation) sente hym by Cluny the Byshoppes Somner, vnto Lollardes Tower: where he was (euen at the fyrst) put into the paynfull stockes and

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Religious Houses Introduction

    manors were finally confiscated in 1414 . The Cluny records are supported by Hund. R . (Rec. Com.), ii, 49, which states that the manors were the gift of Henry I to Cluny , and were held in 1276 by

    Houses of Cluniac monks Priory of Lewes

    abbey of St. Peter and St. Paul at Cluny , and were so struck with the high standard of religious life maintained there that they determined to put their proposed foundation under Cluny , and accordingly desired the abbot to

    Parishes Offord Cluny

    Parishes Offord Cluny OFFORD CLUNY Upeford, Opeforde (xi cent.), Upford (xii cent.), Offord Cluny (xiii cent.). Offord Cluny lies to the east of the River Ouse and south of Godmanchester . The parish is lowlying and near the river is

    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Holne or East Holme

    p.m. 9 Edw. I , No. 47. Duckett, Chart. and Rec. of Cluny , ii, 136. Ibid. 213. Collect . i, 81. Duckett, Chart. and Rec. of Cluny , ii, 136. Ibid. Pat. 4 Edw. III , pt. 2, m.

    Religious houses Introduction

    abbey of St. Lucian, and of Weedon Beck to the abbey of Bec. The Order of Cluny (reformed Benedictines) was founded in 912 at Cluny in Burgundy, by Berno, abbot of Gigny, with the co-operation of William duke of Aquitaine

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 12 [S. Andrews Holbourn Altars.] Faringdon Ward without. [Monuments.]

    read in the 3d of Hen. V.) an Hospital for the Poor, which was a Cell to the House of Cluny in France ; and was therefore suppressed among the Priories Aliens. Here resteth the Body of Margery Parkinson ,

    Book 4, Chapter 3

    & c. There was sometime in this Suburb without Aldersgate , an Hospital for the Poor; but an Alien of Cluny , a French Order, and therefore suppressed by King Henry the Fifth , who gave the House with Lands

  • * British History Online *

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    LXXIV, Act of Parliament entitled 'Annexation of the Temporalities of Benefices to the Crown' (1587)

    and stewartrie of Kirkcudbricht; the fyftene schilling land of Staikfurde, the forty shilling land of Newtoun, the merk land of Cluny and Skellingholme, the sext merk land of Tarrauchtie, the sex merk land of Drumganis, the fyve merk land of

    Hospitals in this Citie and suburbs

    to the house of Cluny , of the Frency order, suppressed by King Henry the fift. Hospitall without Criplesgate. Hospitall in Oldborne. An Hospitall without Criplesgate, also a like Cell to the saide house of Cluny, suppressed by king Henry

    Index, G

    2144; see also Huntley. Gordon , Adam, of Achindown, 263 (3), 2089. -, George, Lord, 263 (3). -, John, of Cluny, 263 (3). -, John, Mr., sent to Elizabeth, 827, 830, 834, 847, 1036. -, -, letters from, 831, 832.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 10 November 1830, 10 November 1830-10 November 1830

    Aberdeen, Alexander George Fraser Lord Saltoun, Francis Lord Gray , The Honorable David Moneypenny Lord Pitmilly, John Gordon Esquire, of Cluny, John Innes Esquire, Merchant, Broad Street Buildings, London, James Alexander Stewart Mackenzie Esquire, of Seaforth, William Gordon Esquire, of

    Elizabeth, November 1575, 1-15, 01 November 1575-14 November 1575

    have taken a strong castle called Lourdon, near to Cluny, not far from Macon, and have taken withal the base son of the Cardinal of Lorraine, who is abbot of Cluny, and great riches of jewels of the abbey and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that character 'o biS `uu-;k Tlhis brinigs us to th3 second stage of tlbe e'. rl'oti* - John Gordon; of Cluny, the matesrnal tr'nle at l1n It,.al- ! -- the guardians; he is ambitious of the peeraeii, and 'Tse, that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A few days ago he became ill of bilious fever, and on Friday, the 27th nlt., died ofit Lately, at Cluny Estate, in St. Thomas in the East, Jamaica, John M'Pherson, Esq., the nephew and heir presumptive of the chieftain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Just published, in 24mo.:price 3s. Gd. cloth, THE LAIRD of LOGAN; or, Wit of the West. Belinz aCollection of Anecdotes, Jests, and Comic Talses. By JoHN D. CARlICK, Author of " The Life of Sir William Wallace," &C. ELondon: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lsi to Rachel Lyone, witlow of Captaian llortay, ft N. At Kibwrzh Harcalirt, the Rev. G Pikie, Rectnr of ffoird Cluny, Hnhtst,to Sarah, dauilghter of J. Mitcliell. Eqa, of Kiiawor I Beauclatiip, Leicestershire. At St George'-, Hanover iquare. H. Moiore Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chapter )X-Two Great Villains. Chapter XX I-The Dead House of the Hotel Dien, and the Orgie at the Hotel de Cluny. Thomas Campbell. A Literary Laud ye the Monks. By William Retrospect. By a Middle-aged TJones. Man. Early yesrs of Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 March 1746, 16 March 1747

    was all of the Pretender's Son's own Hand-writing. And the faid Letter was read, mentioning a Letter written by Lochiel, Cluny and Murray, earneftly requeft- ing the Prifoner "b join him out of Hand ; which Let¬ ter was likewife Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1774, 21 March 1774

    Charles Gordon of Abergeldy, Peter Gordon Younger of Aber- geldy, Enfign Alexander Penrofe Cuming Younger of Allipe, Cofmo Gordon of Cluny Efquire, John Gordon of Thorny Bank, George Abercroniby Younger of Birk- enbog, Robert Barclay Efquire of Urie, and Captain Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1795, 8 May 1795

    Debt charged " upon the Lands and Eftate which became forfeited by " the Attainder of Evan Macpherfon, late of Cluny •" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. cc fure Bill. c< 1C c< A Meffage was Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1795, 11 May 1795

    journals of the Houfe of Lords. 433 " were mit under the Management of a Board of Truf- Dommus Cancellarius declaravit prsefens Parliamenram Adjourn. " tees, by an Ad paffed in the Twenty-fifth Year of the continuandum effe ufque Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1795, 13 May 1795

    35GEO.III. journals of the Houfe of Lords. 435 K t< SI a c<. it a i< t<, a it ti a a, tl c< « tc cc tc Ordered, Thai ah Account be taken öf the Rents and Profits Subscribers-only content

 

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