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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 12 February 1657, 12 February 1657-12 February 1657

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7 12 February 1657 Thursday, the 12th of February, 1656. Faunt's Estate. A BILL enabling George Faunt of Foston in the County of Leicester Esquire to sell and convey Part of his Lands, for

    Index, R, 01 October 1571-30 June 1574

    Hunsdon to Drury and, 114; arrival of Drury and, at Berwick (18th), 126; Drury and, to Leicester and Burghley (23rd), 127; conference between Maitland and Grange and Drury and, ib .; letters from Drury and (24th), 129; Drury and, to Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 October 1571-30 June 1574

    ib .; Drury to, 569; Killigrew to (27th), ib .; Killigrew to, and Leicester, 570; Drury to (28th), ib .; Maitland and Grange to (29th), 573; Drury to (30th), 574; Morton to (31st), ib .; same, 575; Drury to (1st Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 30 August 1653, 30 August 1653-30 August 1653

    passed: And ordered to be printed and published. Gibson's Petition. Resolved , That the Petition of Alexander Gibson , of Drury in Scotland , be read To-morrow Morning. Forfeited Estates. The Bill, intituled, A further Additional Act for Sale of

    Elizabeth, July 1572, 01 July 1572-31 July 1572

    his master's commandment. p. French. Indorsed by Drury: "Monsieur de Krokes propotyons to the regent and Lords the xiiij off Jwly 1572." Cott. Calig., C.III., fol. 335. Copy of the same. 390. Drury to Burghley. [July 16. ] Since the Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The colleges and halls Magdalene Magdalene College . Quarterly per pale indented or and azure a bend azure and two eagles or with a fret and two martlets or on the bend .

    ), the Countess of Warwick , daughter of Sir Christopher Wray ( 1625 ), John Smith ( 1638 ), Drue Drury ( 1698 ), and Dr. Millington ( 1724 ). These, including the four foundation fellowships, made eventually eighteen in

    Stepney Roman Catholicism to c. 1700

    . 64 The Jesuit Henry Garnett had a house in Spitalfields in 1597 65 and a Jesuit called Stansby or Drury was in Poplar in 1605 . 66 Papists reported in the 17th century were connected with foreign textile workers

    Schools Harrow School Harrow School

    Drury ( 1785-1805 ), whose pupils momentarily outnumbered those of Eton and included five future prime ministers, the poet Byron, and many other aristocrats and men of letters. 45 The appointment of George Butler ( 1805-29 ) to succeed

    Parishes Penn

    the arms of Penn impaling Waleston; to Susan wife of Sir Henry Drury (d. 1640), with her figure, a shield and a lozenge charged with the arms of Drury impaling Stewkley , and two mantled and crested helms; and to

    Parishes Aston

    arms of Drury (Argent on a chief vert a tau cross between two molets or). These arms also appear on a brass in Watton Church . Sir Philip Boteler of Woodhall married Elizabeth daughter of Sir Robert Drury , kt.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f- cyhoceddus yn addoldy y Mcthodistiaid Calfinaidd 1 a- yn y Wyddgrng, i'r dihen a anrhydeddu Mr. E. l in Drury, hIlsenor canu yn y ile, trwy gyflwyno idda f e, bwrs hardd yr cynwys 45p.E n, Djeallwn fad trwydded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyfrifoa i i fyuy, ac i ddyfod a'r adroddiad allan yn fwy prydlon y fdwyddyn nesaf. Penodwyd y brodyr Mri. Drury,, 3 Llanfyllin, a W. Roberts, Croesoswallt, yn auditors y eyfrifon perthynol i'r Cyfarfod Misol. Y mater a roddwyd i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ein teimladau ar ymadawiad Mr. Drury, manager y North and South Wales Bank o'n plith i Ddinbych. Cymerwyd y gadair gan y Parch. David Williams, Sylwodd y eadeirydd fad y newydd anisgwyliadwy am ymadawiad Mr. Drury o'n plith wedi ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y gwahanol ganghenau eleni oeddjnt .y Parch.: . Evans, Cotton Hall,; Mri.. W. Evans, Warren House; D. Jones Morris, leweni; Drury, a B. M. Williams, Dinbydh, a Roberts, Port Dinorwic. ELillwyd y prif wobrau am. draethodau ar 'Ddefosiwn Crefyddol' gan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pontruffydd. Llawysgrifen, Mr. Peter Ro- 1 berts, Ty capel, Miss M. E. Davies, Geinas Mille. r Beirniad cerddorcl ydoedd, Mr. Drury, Dinbych. Yr oedd 7 o donau wedi ea derbyu. . Y goreu oedd Pererin; ail, Brodoi; trydydd, Y Seithfed Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DRURY, Sir William (1550-90), of Hawstead, Suff.

    DRURY, Sir William (1550-90), of Hawstead, Suff. Constituency Dates Castle Rising 1572 Suffolk 1584 Ofifces Held J.p.q. Suff. from c.1577, sheriff 1582-3; receiver, Essex, Herts., Mdx., London by 1587; gov. Bergen-op-Zoom Apr.-Sept. 1588; col. in the Netherlands 1590. Biography

    DRURY, William (1527-79).

    DRURY, William (1527-79). Constituency Dates Chipping Wycombe Nov. 1554 Ofifces Held J.p. Cumb. 1569, Yorks. 1569-71; marshal and dep. gov. Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumb. Feb. 1564-76; pres. Munster 1576-8; ld. justice, Ireland 26 Apr. 1578-d. Biography As a younger son, William

    CLERKE, Henry.

    in St. John Street, Middlesex, owned property also in Hertfordshire, and d.s.p. 5 Oct. 1609. The dates do not fit two namesakes of Wells, father and son.C142/329/184, 142/78; APC, xix, 189; PCC 99 Dorset, 21 Drury, 12 Spencer, 27 Tirwhite.

    DRURY, Sir Roger (d.1420), of Thurston and Rougham, Suff.

    duke and his fellow Appellants that Drury was omitted from appointment to royal commissions after 1395. These contacts also explain his purchase of a royal pardon in July 1398.[footnote]After the accession of Henry IV, Drury was once more employed in

    DRURY, Sir William (by 1499-1558), of Hawstead, Suff.

    DRURY, Sir William (by 1499-1558), of Hawstead, Suff. Constituency Dates Suffolk Mar. 1553 Suffolk Oct. 1553 Suffolk Apr. 1554 Suffolk Nov. 1554 Suffolk 1555 Ofifces Held J.p. Suff. 1529-d., q. 1554; ?esquire extraordinary of the body by 1533; sheriff,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 November 1761, 18 November 1761

    of Buckinghamßoire his Wife, late Mary Ann Drury Spinfter, and late an In¬ fant, by her next Friend, and Jocofa Catherina Drury Spinfter, an Infant, by Sir John Tyrrell Baronet and George Drury Clerk her next Friends; complaining of a Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1762, 15 March 1762

    have put off the further Proceeding upon " the faid Claim till the next Seffion of Parliament. " And David Drury, alfo taking upon himfelf the faid " Title of Lord Rutherford, having taken no Step to " profecute his Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1762, 26 April 1762

    adjourned till Wednefday next. Ea^rftS&ai' Or^ered» That the Hearing of the Caufe wherein La^y Drury. the Earl of Buckinghamjhire and others are Appellants, and Dame Martha Drury Widow is Refpondent, which ftands appointed for Wednefday, be put off till Friday Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1762, 3 May 1762

    the Appellants £"' " in the Caufe wherein the Earl of Buckinghamjhire and " others are Appellants, and Dame Martb* Drury Widow is P.efpondent, which ftands appointed for hearing this Day, continues Mill much indifpofed> that the Hearing thereof may Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1762, 10 May 1762

    fideration on Friday Sevennight. ECT'I5uftks&a1' Orderet5» That the Hearing of the Caufe wherein tidy Drury. the Earl of Buckinghamßire and others are Appellants, and Dame Martha Drury Widow is Refpondent, which is appointed for this Day, be put off till Subscribers-only content

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

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    Ordinary's Account, 24/11/1740

    she had, and made the best of her Way to come to England , and landing in the hundreds of Drury , where she met with abundance of her old Acquaintance, who received her kindly, and instructed her in their

 

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