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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Horning

    remains. It was founded early in the reign of Henry III , and its government was under the direction of the almoner of the abbey. 1 Cott . MS. Galba E, ii, 67; Blomefield, Hist. of Norf . xi, 56.

    House of Knights Templars Preceptory of Temple Dinsley

    10. Cott . MS. Nero, E vi, fol. 128. Ibid. Ibid. fol. 125 d., 126, 127, 130, 134. V.C.H. Herts . iii, 7, 33. Cott . MS. Nero, E vi, fol. 133. a V.C.H. Herts . iii, 41. Cott .

    Hospitals St Augustine Pappey

    i, 258. Pat. 22 Hen. VI, pt. 3, m. 27. Cott . MS. Vit. F. xvi, fol. 114 b . Ibid. fol. 116 b . Ibid. fol. 113 b . Cott . MS. Vit. F. xvi, fol. 114 b .

    Houses of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Hagnaby

    is called prior in Harl. Chart. 45 C, 36, and Cott . Chart. xxix, 72. Cott . Chart. xxvii, 65. Contemporary of Geoffrey, prior of Markby , 1228-32 . Cott . MS. Vesp. B, xi, fol. 26, where he is

    Hospitals St Mary Magdalene , Partney

    1209. 4 Cott . MS. Vesp. E, xx, fol. 8, 278 d . Ibid. fol. 56 d . 124 d . Dugdale, Mon . i, 628, Chart. xx. Boyd and Massingberd, Abstracts of Final Concords , 82; Cott . MS.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Elizabeth, January 1581, 01 January 1581-31 January 1581

    1581 ADDENDA. 651. Cott. Calig., C. VI., fol. 118. "Instrucions given to our trusty and welbeloved servant Thomas Randolph esquier, Master of our posts, etc., presently dispatched into Scotland about our affaires the 6 of January 1580, and the xxiij Subscribers-only content


    of the same." " 569 " 739. Cott. Vesp. F. xiii. is the original. " 573, " 741. Eighteenth line from end: for "extromity," read "extre mity." " 582, " 755. Add "Cott. Calig. C. iii., copy of the same." Subscribers-only content

    Appendix 1, Mary's holograph letters to Elizabeth while in England, 17 May 1568-01 October 1569

    1203. Mary's holograph letters to Elizabeth while in England. [May 17. 1568. ] Cott. Calig. C.I., fol. 92. Calendar, p. 408. 1 . "Madame ma bonne s ur: je croys que vous nignores point de quel temps aucquns subjects, lesquels Subscribers-only content

    Manual references explained

    MSS., i.e ., Additional MSS., British Museum. Cott. Calig., " Cottonian MSS. Caligula, do. Eg. MSS., " Egerton MSS., do. Harl. MSS., " Harleian MSS., do. Lansd. MSS., " Lansdowne MSS., do. F d., " Rymer's F dera. Sc. Ch. Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, January 1559, 01 January 1559-31 January 1559

    . . . . Elizabeth. [Jan. 22. 1558 59. ] Cott. Calig. B. x. fol. 5. Of his conference with the Duke of Chatelherault, and showing him the danger to his succession by the French marriage, of which he thought Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 13 Low Leyton.

    Elizabeth , and had by her five Sons, viz. Thomas, Thomas, Edward, George, and John: and four Daughters, Annal. præcipue rerum Londinens. Cott . Libr. Vitellius F. 5. Repertor. Ecclesiast. Henr. Archer , a Writer. Annal. Qto. Pa. 1239 .

    Book 1, Chapter 24 DOCTORS COMMONS. Prohibitions.

    Prohibitions, to call Causes into the Temporal Courts, Complained of, Under Archbishop Parker. Under Archbishop Grindal. Under Archbishop Whitgift . Cott . Librar. Cleopatra. F. 1. Statute de Consul. Anno 24. Ed. I. Anno 2. Hen. V. Cap . 3.

    Appendix 1, Chapter 3 APPENDIX.

    and peaceably enjoy all their Franchises and Usages, Ancient Books of the City lost. Cart. Antiq. N. Ex MSS. Biblioth. Cott . Carta original. 1. Johan. Dat. ap bonam Vill. sup. Tokham. 5 to Julii. Rot. pat. 4 to Joh.

    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward.

    S. Pet. Le Neve Esq; Fundatio Monial. Minorum extra Aldgate . Pat. 21. E. I. M. 11. 22 E. I. M. 2. Henry Duke of Suffolk dwelt here. J. S. Wev. Monum. p. 426. Cott . Librar. Julius B. 9.

    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. The Bounds.

    St. Augustine Papey in the Wall. They attended at Funerals. J. S. The Foundation, Statutes and Masters of this Fraternity. Cott . Libr. Vitell. F.16. The Abbot of Bury his Inn. Bevis Markes . The Jews Synagogue here. J. S.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rnheb awdirdod.' - a ifiechyd yr ifelid'y ar i-ym1edu yn Pbieyiur drab baert1ganhelit o swyd4 Lanc~aster. Yn .Yi ThR WiV' Cott o, J y i Edinburgh, -dqiyd a Irlw*ddaf,w &dflydiykdA :ba i bar' ;nmlynedd o, laur casbawi agodamr7 symian o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYNWYSIAD. Hysbysiadau . .. .. 1, 2, a 16 Nodiadau Wythnosol ... . .. 3 Amrywion o'n Nodlyfr ... ... ... 4 Taith i Itali ... ... ... 4 Llythyrau ... ... .. ... 5 Cyfarfodydd Misol ... Adolygiadan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHIPPING. AXi 3 A J& TV 3E X M TO M E R ICA. ROYAL MAIL STE XMERS. FROM LIVERPOOL. NESTORIAN ...... To QUFBeC.,. . , ........... MAy 31 POLYNESIAN. .To QUEBEC ........2.......... . JU.-- 2 PERUVIAN ......... To Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0s D BAPYRAU CYIIREIG AMERICA. Cafodd y Talaethao Dehenol 6,000,000o .ddoleri .o golled y flwyddyn ddiweddafoddiwrth danau yi yI "0Cott~o Gin houses," lle y glavihe B soy' tynir yr hadaw b'r cotwm Mown dadleuaeth yn y Gydgyughorfa yn ddiweddar, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mewn amryw rinan o honW fel alltud, .gwladgriwr, diplomydd,!goruchwyliwr, a gohebydd newyddiador- P1 Disgwylir-y gyfrol newydd o Eaboniad Eagob; lRli. Cott ar 'Epsitolan Paul, yu eynwys yr Epis*tol Cy'ntf er at y Corinthiald, yn yhtod y flwyddyn nesf. Hysbysa Ward, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COLLE, William, of Leominster, Herefs.

    in the indenture drawn up by the bailiff of the abbot of Reading's liberty. He also attended the Leominster elections to the Parliaments of 1419 and May 1421.C67/30 m. 18; Cott. Domitian A iii, f. 201; E101/339/14; C219/10/4, 12/3, 5.

    DERBY, William II, of Reading, Berks.

    1410. He was dead by November 1437, when his widow, Joan, rented a chamber in St. John's hospital, Reading, for her own use.Reading Pub. Lib. deeds, 95, 97; C. Kerry, Hist. St. Laurence, 22; Cott. Vespasian E V, f. 72.

    HOOD, John I, of Leominster, Herefs.

    knight of the shire in 1393 when Hood first sat in the Commons. In January 1397 he stood surety for William Colle at the parliamentary elections for the borough.C219/7/25, 9/12; Cott. Domitian A III, ff. 201-2; E101/339/14; Add. Ch. 7032.

    PAYCOCK, Gregory (d. aft.1584), of York.

    Skaife mss; York Freemen (Surtees Soc. xcvi), 266-7; (cii), 12; York Mercers (Surtees Soc. cxxix), 324; York Civic Recs. passim; Cott. Calig. B. 9, p. 79; CSP Dom. Add. 1566-79, p. 223; D’Ewes, 206, 251, 308; CJ, i. 95, 109,

    QUIRKE, James (d.1611), of Minehead, Som.

    in Minehead church in the following century. His son Robert endowed an almshouse there in 1638.D’Ewes, 499, 501, 503, 507; Cott. Titus F. ii. f. 70v; St. Ch. 5/P1/5, P31/30; Hancock, Minehead, 433; PCC 44 Wood; Collinson, Som. ii. 31-2;


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