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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Graveley Charities for the poor

    14. Jesus Coll . Mun., 11, deeds 1735 and later; C.R.O., Q/RDz 5, pp. 111-12; C.U .L., E.D.R., C 1/1. 31st Rep. Com . Char . 250-1; Jesus Coll . Mun., 12, corr. and accts. 1814-31 . Jesus Coll .

    Graveley Local government

    2/179/65, m. 1; cf. ibid. SC 2/179/45, m. 7d. Jesus Coll . Mun., 3, ct. roll 1689. e.g. P.R.O., SC 2/179/7, m. 6; cf. ibid. SC 2/179/16, m. 6d. Jesus Coll . Mun., 2, ct. rolls 1650, 1655-6 . P.R.O.,

    Hospitals Buxted

    four, poor men, with a chantry priest to govern them, the priest receiving 10 marks and each poor man 5 marks yearly. 1 There is nothing to show that this foundation was ever completed. Suss. Arch. Coll . xxii, 100.

    Graveley Economic history

    E.D.R., C 3/25; C 3/37. Jesus Coll . Mun., 9, rector to coll. Aug. 1910 . P.R.O., MAF 68/ 3232 , 3752, Jesus Coll . Mun., 9, corr. 1919 and later; 12, rector to coll. 8 Feb. 1913 , 1919

    Cottenham Education

    26 Proc. C.A.S . lxx. 148-9. Hist. of educ. in Cottenham treated in Cottenham Village Coll . Local Hist. Group, Char. Sch. to Village Coll .: Cottenham , Rampton , Willingham . Camd. Misc . xii. 209. Inscr. in ch.,

  • * British History Online * *

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    MERITON, Thomas (Dr)

    George Meriton, see DNB)) Date of birth 1581? Date of death 1652 Other notes Jesus Coll, Cantab, 1581 (??): BA 1609, MA 1613, MD 1627. Coll list 1628: neither Lic nor paying fine - Papist?. Wife Grace (Wright). Son Thomas

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 103, February 1575, 01 February 1575-28 February 1575

    Mr. Jones, of Queen's Coll., who is of a factious mind and contentious nature. Signed by Dr. Chaderton and others. Jan . 26. Feb. 26. Queen's Coll. 12. Robert Some and Edmund Rockrey, Fellows of Queen's Coll., to Burghley. In Subscribers-only content

    MORRICE, Mr

    May 1605: `a certain Scot called Morris' had petitioned JI for a lic to prosecute unlic practs beyond Coll's limits. Coll anti. Censorial hearings 14 Sep 1602 Entry Mr. M. was questioned about the daughter of Mr. Galerus whose treatment

    BLAYDEN, -

    395?, DUNCOMBE 240, BLANKE 92, GLOVER friend of BUTLER). Initiator of the complaint college member Attitude of the accused absent Action taken Petition sent. Reply said that Coll. could prosecute these people. Verdict guilty Sentence To be proscuted at law

    DUNCOMBE, Sir Saunder

    130, HILL ?395, BLAYDEN 91, BLANKE 92.) Initiator of the complaint college member Action taken Petition sent. Reply said that Coll. could prosecute these people. Verdict guilty Sentence To be prosecuted at law 10 Jan 1634 Entry Dr Grant (sic)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y CYHUDDIADAU YN ERBYN Y PARCH. I Ii^tJ'~ I-' -I J- lXKlr. GEORGE GILFILLAN. Dydd Mawrth diweddaf dygwyd achos y Parch George Gilfillan ymlaen yn ei eglwys ef ei hun yn Dundlee, mewn cyfarfod anarferol o liosog o'r Eg- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and o selling at all sorts of prices crude compounds of sul- N phur and kaed, VITRATE of SILVER, or Coll ROSIVF d SUBLIMATE. In the hands of ignorant and utiskil- P fal persons, all of thase subzstances are inconvenienit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son ynddi, uiedd.y chwedleuwyr, i, u am y teimlad per.ionol at esgob. ad yu enwedig at 3 !-esgohaeth Llanelwy, cadachau, Coll Gwyntif, corona a r dd) niebweledig, gwialen haiarn wedi :ei cholli i'r a y afael, y Marian a'r gytraith, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ff-abi-abau Mpthnourl. Aeth Dydd Gwyl St. Pedr beibio, ac ni wnaed y Pab yn anffaeledig; ond y mae yn byw mewn gobaith, ac yn teimlo yn hyderus, medd un go. hebydd, "y bydd i ddoethineb yr esgobion, o dan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ydyw dyfeisio, peth arall ydyw barnu rhag- oroldeb yr hyn a ddyfeisiwyd gan arall. Nis gallai neb ond Milton gynyrchu, "Coll Gwynfa;" ond gallai Addison ddangos eibrydfertbion, a Bentley bigo, neu yn hytrach fethu pigo, brychau. Felly am y datguddiad Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FISHER, Alexander, of Gray's Inn, London.

    and their procedure, and at least once gave legal advice to Walsingham.Vis. Kent (Harl. Soc. xliv), 159; Macray, Reg. Magd. Coll. Oxs. n.s. ii. 182; Gilbert, Antiquities of Maidstone, 148; Add. 38823, ff. 17-21; Maidstone Recs. 29; CSP Dom. 1547-80,

    RAMSAY, Sir Alexander, 5th Bt. (c.1679-1754), of Balmain, Kincardine.

    Constituency Dates Kincardineshire (Mearns) 1710 1713 Ofifces Held Rector, Marischal Coll. 1732–3. Biography Returned to Parliament in 1710 to the seat left vacant by his recently deceased elder brother, Ramsay was classified as an episcopalian Tory by Richard Dongworth, the

    CHICHELEY, Thomas (c.1578-1616), of Wimpole, Cambs.

    buried at Wimpole, where his widow erected a monument to his memory, describing him as ‘sometime lord of this town’.Topographer, iii. 70-1; D'Ewes, 657; F. Blomefield, Coll. Cantab. 13; PCC 115 Cope; Mon. Inscriptions Cambs. ed. Layer and Cole, 201.

    EDMONDS, John (d.1606), of Cambridge.

    H. Cooper, Cambridge Annals, ii. 426-46; F. Blomefield, Coll. Cant. 225; Lansd. 54, ff. 12-38; 84, f. 225; 116, f. 25 seq. Strype, Annals, ii(1), pp. 711-12; ii(2), p. 496; Downing Coll. Camb. Bowtell mss; APC, xvi. 48; PCC 71

    SCARBURGH, Sir Charles (1615-94), of Paved Alley, Blackfriars, London and Whitehall.

    Constituency Dates Camelford 11 Sept. 1685 Ofifces Held Fellow of Caius 1642-9, Coll. Physicians 1650-91; physician for the Tower of London by 1663-?85, to the Duke of York 1670-85, to the King 1673-Dec. 1688, to Queen Mary 1689-?d., to Prince

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 9 Langborne Ward. Alhallows Lombardstreet.

    eruditione atq; Doctrinâ, in illis imprimis studiis, quæ Medicum aut instruunt aut ornant, præstantissimi: In Arte Anatomicâ planè singularis. Qui Coll . Medicorum LONDON , & Societatis Regiæ socius fuit: In Aula Chirurgorum Prælector Anatomicus: In Hospitio mente Captorum Medicus

    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Occurrences.

    he was turned in naked, and a Stake driven through him. In the Year 1657 , July the 24th , Coll . Edward Saxby was committed to the Tower; and on the 17th of August following, Mr. Ashley , and

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/070/110/001

    Coll a COMPOSITION Complaints in STATUTES of Confusion by Intertexture.

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

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    To the Reader.

    To the Reader.IN reading of philosophy and mans learning al sentences are pondered by reason, and lightly the readers wit doth run with the authors meaning, eyther to agree or disagree from those things which be vttered. But in

    Quene Mary. The Martyrd. of Kather. Guillemine, & Perotine with the Infant burned.

    non & Guilleminam crimine hereticas inuenimus & reputamus. Quapropter coram vobis Domino Balliuo omnino remittimus vt antea remissimus. Thomas le Coll de mandato, Iohn Alles, Guillielmus Panquet, Petrus Tardise, & Iohannes Manatiell.When this was done, commaundement was geuen to the

    Q. Mary. The examination and aunswers of Iohn Newman, Martyr.

    Q. Mary. The examination and aunswers of Iohn Newman, Martyr.Anno 1555. Iuly.which was for M. Denley, Vxbridge: where the 8. day of August he was burned. And beyng set in the fire wyth the burnyng flame about hym, he

    Book 6, page 1612 (1563)

    non et Guilleminam crimine hæreticas inuenimus et reputamus. Quapropter coram vobis domino Balliuo omnino remittimus vt antea remissimus. Thomas le Coll de mandato, Iohn Alles, Guilielmus Panquet, Petrus Tardise, et Iohannes Manatiel.When this was done, commaundemente was geuen to the

    Quene Mary. The Martyrdome of 3. women in the Isle of Garnesey, burned with an Infant.

    non & Guilleminam crimine hæreticas inuenimus & reputamus. Quapropter coram vobis Domino Balliuo omnino remittimus vt antea remisimus. Thomas le Coll de mandato, Iohn Alles, Guillielmus Panquet, Perus Tardise, & Iohannes Manatiel.When this was cone, commaundement was geuē to the

 

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