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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St John Evangelist , Berkhamstead

    . 1334-8 , p. 336. Ibid. 1422-9 , p. 163; 1446-52 , p. 42. Lambeth , Cant . Archiepis. Reg. Courtenay , fol. 280 d. Cal. Pat . 1461-7 , p. 60. By the voluntary departure of the inmates (Rentals

    Crewkerne Hundred Introduction

    by William de Reviers (d. 1217) to his daughter Mary on her marriage to Robert de Courtenay , and thence descended through the Courtenay family. 4 In 1556 ownership was divided, and a survey of 1599 recognized the existence of

    Houses of Dominican Friars Arundel

    167. Ibid. xxviii, 87. Ibid. Ibid. 88. Pat. 17 Edw. II , pt. ii, m. 19. Cant . Archiepis. Reg. Courtenay , fol. 208. Cal. Papal Let . iv, 352; v, 470. Suss. Arch. Coll . xxviii, 87. L. and

    Hospitals St John the Baptist , Lechlade

    14 On 31 October he resigned. 15 On 10 November, 1384 , when in the course of his metropolitical visitation Courtenay , archbishop of Canterbury , came to Lechlade, he found that the title of the prior, Richard Smyth ,

    Parishes Sutton Courtenay

    66 Courtenay . Or three roundels gules with a label azure : Lord Ferrers was slain at Bosworth in 1485 , fighting on the side of Richard III , 67 and his descendants lost the Courtenay possessions. John Courtenay ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COURTENAY, John (1738-1816).

    master of Kinsale, and when Townshend returned to England to become master general of the Ordnance, Courtenay accompanied him as his secretary.In London Courtenay, who in 1773 published The Rape of Poloma, an elegiac poem, was introduced to the literary

    COURTENAY, Sir Philip (d.1406), of Powderham, Devon.

    defence of the coast. In April 1378 Courtenay was involved in a naval expedition under the earls of Arundel and Salisbury. The fleet was attacked by Spaniards off the Breton coast, and Courtenay and his brother Sir Peter were captured.

    COURTENAY, Sir William I (by 1485-1535), of East Coker, Som. and Ilton and Powderham, Devon.

    appears to have thought well of Courtenay and entrusted him with matters of importance, notably in connexion with the visitation of monasteries. Fragments of their correspondence survive: in three letters of the year 1533 Courtenay excused himself from attending the

    COURTENAY, Sir William I (1553-1630), of Powderham, Devon.

    was appointed to a committee on 3 Dec. to consider measures against pirates.[footnote]While in London in 1584, Courtenay quarrelled with Richard Champernown, Lady Courtenay appealing for help to her brother, the 3rd Earl of Rutland. Lord Burghley and the lord

    COURTENAY, Sir William II (1529/30-57), of Powderham, Devon and London.

    COURTENAY, Sir William II (1529/30-57), of Powderham, Devon and London. Constituency Dates Plympton Erle 1555 Biography At the inquisition held at Exeter on 27 Oct. 1536 into the property of Sir William Courtenay I of Powderham, it was found that

  • * British History Online * *

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    Spain, November 1553, 1-5, 01 November 1553-05 November 1553

    care than formerly, since hearing from Courtenay or his ministers 6 that the Queen has been informed of their communications with him; but still I hear that the King of France is promising Courtenay so much that he might well

    Spain, October 1553, 21-25, 21 October 1553-25 October 1553

    openly mentioned Courtenay. He was, they said, the match that would be most welcome to the people, for no foreigner had ever before been king of the country, and the very name of stranger was odious, whilst Courtenay was well-born,

    Spain, October 1553, 16-20, 16 October 1553-20 October 1553

    so outshines Courtenay that Courtenay dares not show himself when the other is present. My Lord (Thomas) has told a friend of mine that every one is disgusted with Courtenay, and bears witness to the fact that Courtenay is harbouring

    House of Commons Journal Volume 9, 8 December 1670, 08 December 1670-08 December 1670

    Courtenay Esquire, to join with Sir William Courtenay , his Father, in a Conveyance for settling their Estate, was read. Resolved , & c. That the Bill do pass: And that the Title be, An Act to enable Francis

    Corrigenda

    seem read seems. " 20, " 10, before Courtenay insert Sir. " 22, " 3 from bottom, for Colton read Cotton. " 30, " 24, for Wild read Weld. " 31, " 22, for country read county. " 62, " Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11 th of Septembhter, Odia beth, wile df General Lord Charles Henry Somerset- Ner Lady ship wastlce.4th daughter of Vi~comnit Courtenay. 'ha Ont Thuarsday, in- conseqnience uif a brain fever, Mr. Lochee, of Kins-street, Covent-garden. "erpal On tie 17th trust. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arbuithnot, Sectetary to ilhe Treaury'; Lord PRinbitue, otmq sioner Qf the B'dard'of Cotteol Xisoount Lowther, Lordi ofith'e Treebsrry: ,.. P Courtenay, Secrelary oFthe Board ofCcntrol, kSii J. Osb'orn, Lord of the'Admiralti'. Sir J. Copley, Solicitor-General. * - Stmer furflier taIeipts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Burgh, Sir U. Pa-get, Hon. B. Clerk, Sir iG. Phips,-Hioip E. Clive, H. Palinerston, Lord Courteonay, W. Robiinson, RightiRoa.n.r,. Courtenay, P. Somrrset, Lord Calvert, J. Seymour, H. Congreve, Sir W. Solicitor-General 'undas, Right Hon.tV. Taylor,'Sir HL G oulburo, El. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . * * . 2,401 5 Copley, Sir John Singleton, Solicitor-General . 4,500 0 And a King's Sergeaut at Lawv. Courtenay, Thomanas Peregrine) Secretary to the East India Board . . * . 2,200 0 Agent to the Cape of Subscribers-only content

 

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