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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ceir ysgrifau symol ar "What does Ireland want," " The Thames," "Rural England 1500-1550," " On Railway Economy." Yn y Cornhill, Belyravia, St. James, ceir clawriau gwych, darluriadau- da, costfawr, papyr ac argraff dda, a sothach. Y pethau goreu yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar nou cyn Rhagfyr 6ed. Gellir cael rhestr gyfiawn o'r holl destynau, ond anfon stamp ceiniog iVr Ysgrifenydd 3 3, Cornhill, Portmradoo. G. PRICHARD. J. G. ROB ERTS DENTAL SURGEON, 27, HOPE STREET fIVERPOOL. MESSRS. POWELL, BROWN, & POWELL, 4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ysgrifenydd,2 ar non cya Rhagfy'r 6ed. Gellir cael rhestr gyflayvn o'r holl destynau, ond anfon stamp ceiniog i'r Ysgrifenydd 3, Cornhill, Portiadoc. G. PRICHARD. J. G. ROBERTS DENTAL SURGEON, 27, HOPE STREET (AVERPOOL. TOWrN, MERIONERTSHIRE. A MOST ATTRACTIVE AND COMFORTABLE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Syr Alexander Graat, y Principal, sC edrychir yznlaen gyda .'yddordeb neiliduol at i gyhoeddiad. Dywedir y bydd y Cornhill Nagazine yn cel1elei ostwng yn fuan a ewl't i chwe'chain og. Y mine y try3ydd argraffiad or' Bamptan Lectures, am 1877, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    byth yn iiwyr O honynt, a'i fod yn eior o dori allan yn gynt nem hwyraob. Cynwyaa rhifyn diweddar a'r Cornhill chwedl ofnadwyol, yn seiliedig as y gyfryw dybiaetb. . ** Cafodd Mr. Powell amryw broflon diymwad fod canibalyddiaeth yn Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Report on Donkin's Charity

    the Master and Wardens of the Merchant Taylors' Company and the Rector and Churchwardens of St. Michael, Cornhill. Report on Inquiry held on the 8th day of January 1875. My Lords and Gentlemen, In pursuance of a minute of your

    Wills, 23 Henry VI (1444-5)

    S. Mary Bothehawe, an annual rent of eleven marks issuing from lands and tenements in Cornhill and Birchenlane in the parish of S. Michael upon Cornhill and also in the parish of S. Leonard in Estchep, on condition they maintain

    Wills, 16 Henry VI (1437-8)

    [30 Nov. ] . Rus (William), Alderman 3 and goldsmith. To be buried in the church of S. Michael upon Cornhill, to the rector and churchwardens of which church he leaves the reversion of certain lands, tenements, and rents within

    1541 London Subsidy roll, Cornhill Ward

    Subsidy roll Cornhill Ward CORNEHYLL WARD 79. [r.15 ] CORNEHYLL WARD [Petty collectors: George Brygges and Rauf Hammersley. ] £ s. d John Jakes ( £ 500) 12 10 John Tolowes ( £ 2000) 50 George Crowche ( £ 400)

    Wills, 11 Henry IV (1409-10)

    . Waleys (John), called "Conyesburgh," citizen and "pulter." To Sir John Whitby, rector of the church of S. Peter de Cornhill, and to the Wardens of the Fraternity and Guild of S. Peter in the said church, of which the

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Leonard , Ipswich

    define the bounds of the town of Ipswich began its report in these terms:- 'From the bull stake on the Cornhill in the said burgh of Yepiswiche unto the close of the hospitall of Seynt Leonard, & from thens .

    Stondon Massey Worthies

    several other men of less individual distinction. These inclu de Andrew Bridham (d. 1442) of Stondon and St. Michael 's, Cornhill , John Wheler (d. 1521), and George Webb (d. 1579). 60 Richard Hall (d. 1541), citizen and ironmonger of

    Industries Pottery : Bow porcelain

    as ' John Crowther , of Cornhill , chinaman.' Three sales of his effects by order of the assignees took place, viz., on 12 March 1764 and following days, at the Bow warehouse in Cornhill ; on 19 May 1764

    Greenford Manors

    this manor lay in the east of the parish. Reynold of Cornhill , from whom the Greenfords claimed land, was probably lord of the Peri vale manor of Cornhill . There is nothing else to indicate the position of the

    Langham Manors and other estates Langham Hall , c . 1772

    in law Walter Tirel. 9 His son Hugh sold Langham to Gervase of Cornhill in 1147 . 10 The daughter of Gervase's son and heir Henry of Cornhill married Hugh Neville (d. 1234). 11 Hugh was succeeded by his sons

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    Number (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 660 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Cock Inn, Cornhill, Banbury, Oxfordshire 1815

    Arimathea Lodge

    (1863): 0 Notes (1): Lapsed shortly after its date. There are no records of it after 1767. The Cal, for 1800, however, notes it as at the " Lamb Inn," High Street. Meeting Places Swan Inn, Cornhill, Bridgwater, Somersetshire 1767

    no name is given

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Swan and Hoop, Cornhill, London 1770 Bunch of Grapes, King Street, Soho, London 1771

    Prince of Wales' Lodge

    959 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Golden Lion Hotel, Cornhill, Ipswich, Suffolk 1863 Masonic Hall, Brook Street, Ipswich, Suffolk 1866 Golden Lion Hotel, Cornhill, Ipswich, Suffolk 1878 Freemasons' Hall, Soane Street, Ipswich, Suffolk 1879

    Lodge of Perpetual Friendship

    Lodge Number (1863): 135 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Swan Inn, Cornhill, Bridgwater, Somersetshire 1764 Swan Inn, Cornhill, Bridgwater, Somersetshire 1784 Lamb Inn, High Street, Bridgwater, Somersetshire 1790 Clarence Hotel, High Street, Bridgwater, Somersetshire

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GOFAIRE, John, of Southwark, Surr.

    Mar. 1401, Dec. 1414, Nov. 1415. Biography Gofaire may have been a kinsman of the John Gofaire of Cornhill ward, London, who in May 1382 was made master of the Glovers’ Company, although there is no known connexion between the

    ROGERS, Thomas (1735-93), of The Hill, Amblecote, Staffs.

    by his wife’s family. In about 1766 he became a partner in the banking firm of Welsh and Rogers in Cornhill, and henceforth seems to have concentrated on the banking business.In 1780 Rogers and a fellow banker, Thomas Hallifax, stood

    CAMPBELL, John IV (?1778-1840), of Blairhall, nr. Dunfermline, Fife.

    he was likely to preserve his Scottish estate and mercantile house, and his London business at 1 White Lion Court, Cornhill: in fact, he had just been procured by his City friends a contract from the East India Company to

    COWPER, James (1622-83), of Westminster.

    in the Convention, although he probably voted with the Court. He never stood again, and was buried at St. Michael’s, Cornhill on 8 Aug. 1683. His widow married the fourth Earl of Suffolk, but none of his descendants entered Parliament.[footnote]

    ONGLEY, Sir Samuel (1647-1726), of Old Warden, Beds. and Mincing Lane, London

    duty on births, marriages and deaths indicate three adults named Samuel Ongley all resident in the parish of St. Michael, Cornhill. Samuel Ongley ‘senior’, a ‘bachelor’, and Samuel Ongley ‘junior’, ‘gent.’ (together with his wife Elizabeth and daughter Mary), are

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Theft, 03/07/1678

    Taffata Ribbon, on the tenth of June , out of a Shop in Cornhill , the Gentlewoman that prosecuted being alone in her Shop, and finding her Customer so nice and hard to be pleased suspected her, and turning up

    Elizabeth Wolf, Ann Smith, Mary Roly, Theft, 06/07/1681

    about 20 yards of Indian Silk, out of the Shop of one Francis Tryerwood a Mercer in Cornhill , under pretence of coming into his Shop to buy 4 or 5 yards; one of the three the mean while standing

    Richard Treebarfoot, Theft, 23/02/1682

    stealing a silver Tankard in Cornhill , under pretence of Drinking and making Love to the Maid of the House, who had formerly been his Acquaintance, by reason of going to School with him: But the Tankard being afterwards found

    William Knowles, Theft, 12/07/1683

    of June broke open the house of Phillip Stubb in Cornhill , and took thence in Plate and Money, to the value of 50 pounds , which Robbery he before the Justice upon his being Apprehended confessed to have thus

    Edward Stringer, Theft, 16/01/1684

    Yards of Linen Cloth, from a Shopkeeper in Cornhill : It appeared that Stringer and another came in pretending to Buy Cloth; but disliking what was shewn them, while other sorts were looking out, the other person run away with

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 December 1689, 20 December 1689

    called the Presbyterian " Plot broke out, Mr. Keeling came in Company where " he was, at The Fleece, in Cornhill, and feemed to be " very much difordered; and told the Company, "he " had been with fome Perfons Subscribers-only content

    20 December 1689, 20 December 1689

    before the breaking out of the " Rye Plot, he was with fome Company at The Fleece " Tavern in Cornhill; where jofiah Keeling came in to " them, feemingly under fome Difturbance of Mind. " This Examinant faith, As Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1713, 9 May 1713

    to meet at the fame Time and Place. 1. Coveiitty'i The Houfe being moved, " That Andrew Bell, 5JJfe£;. *' Cornhill, London, Böokfeller, may be permitted to"ä°ce forpii- " enter into a P^ecognizance for Thomas Pillans, who 'ans- " has Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1717, 24 February 1718

    leBa efi Billa, intituled, " An Aft for '• finiihing the Tower of the Parifh Church of St. " Michael, Cornhill, London, out of the Duties arifing, " purfuant to the Aft of the Ninth Year of the late " Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1717, 21 March 1718

    County of Berks" (C " 6. An Aft for finifhing the Tower of the Parifh. u Church of S^. Michael, Cornhill, London, out of the " Duties arifing purfuant to the Aft of the Ninth Year " of the late Subscribers-only content

 

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