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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. Bethlem.

    Order of the said Church of Bethelem solemnly professing, which shall bear the token of a Starre openly in their Copes and Mantles of Profession, and for to say divine Service there for the Souls aforesaid, and all Christian Soules:

    Book 6, Chapter 2 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    it to be fully and decently built and enlarged. He gave also to the said Church very Royal Gifts of Copes , Jewels, and rich Vessels, that it might equal in Riches all the Cisalpine Churches. He dyed, An. 1273

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Ancient Housekeeping.

    used in the same cont inually. There hath been seen in Procession about the Hall, Four and Forty very rich Copes worn, all of one Suit, besides the rich Crosses and Candlesticks, and other Ornaments belonging to the Furnishment of

    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. St. Helens.

    Chamber of the King. He bequeathed An. 1420 . to the Prioress and Convent of this Monastery, a Suit of Copes and 20l. ] In this Church there was a Figure of the Trinity, and a high Altar of St.

    Book 1, Chapter 26 Bethlem Hospital.

    Lord 1246 , to be a Priory of Canons with Brethren and Sisters, and to wear a Star upon their Copes and Mantles; and to receive the Bishop of Bethlehem , and the Canons or Messengers of the Church of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Banbury Manors

    with the fields and tenements in Neithrop , and any rights which the Copes had in Calthorpe are not included. 57 In the early 17th century the Copes granted the freehold of much of their Neithrop land to their lessees,

    Parishes Adstock

    Benedict Lee and Isabel his wife on John Clark and other trustees. 69 Isabel was possibly an heir of the Copes , and certainly seems to have had some special connexion with Adstock , for Benedict Lee , who survived

    Parishes Cottisford

    house was let by Ogbourne in 1375 and 1400 to Edward Metteley; it later came into the possession of the Copes of Hanwell , who sold it in 1620 to Eton College . 34 The parish has long been noted

    Parishes Shelswell

    son Sir William Cope was at law with her over the terms of the lease. 76 On her death the Copes acquired the manor, and it remained in the family until the death of Sir Anthony Cope , 4th Bt.,


    , then belonging to the Craven family, in the extreme south of the county; Hanwell , the seat of the Copes , in the extreme north; Watlington , below Thame , then belonging to the Stonor family; and Yarnton ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DYDD SADWRN, MEHEFIN lAF, lie y ceir y nwyddau goren am y prisiau -mwyaf rhesymol. Tybaco Ringer's a Wills, Bristol; Copes, Lerpwl; a Thybaco Caer. ('¶YMDEITHAS ADEILADU LLEYN AC U EIFIONYDD TRUSTEES: T. Love D. Jones-Parry, Yaw., Madryn Park. Hugh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod wedi AGOR El FASNACHIDY, lle y ceir y nwyddau goren amy prisianu mwyaf rhesymol. Tybaco Ringer's a Wills, Bristol; Copes, Lerpwl a Thybaco Caer. CIYMDEITHAS ADEILADU LLEYN AC C lEIFIONYDD TRUSTEES: T. Love D. Jones-P arry, Ysw., Madryn Park. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y s the Society has consi erably more than doubled itself in extent. Annaui Dividend hitherto paid, B3X per cent. Copes f lst alaC~Sheet, Annual Report, Rules and all further isformation, may be obtaned on pplioation to the Secretary, ROBRT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sold in allcuvilised counrie oftheword. endthre samp fo le-page book, containing a vainlable essay on ~. Deafess, fisstrafo~s ofthe Drus, Copes. ofPatent-, Letters from Doctors, Lawyers. ,~ Eitos, nd ohernieof pomienc whohav bencred. by these celebrated DRUMSO - an whorakeleaore Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMPERIAL- PARLIAMEN2T. I llOUSE OF LOtDS.S THU RSDAV, JANUARYi 21 About three.o'clock tbe Lords Comimissin-eTs, coosist- ing of the-Archbishop .of CANTEsRBR, the Lord.Css-- CELLOR', Earls CirnDE:, AxYLasroID a41 RAnT- 55 OUt , Axaving takeen their plaues, Mr; Quarm, tbe Subscribers-only content


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