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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Hove

    communion-plate there is a fine silver alms-dish of Edinburgh make ( c . 1635) originally given to the church of Duffus ( Elgin ) by John Guthrie . 70 ST. THOMAS THE APOSTLE , Davigdor Road, was built by Messrs.

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Peterborough

    of deans up to 1842 is taken from Le Neve 's Fasti Eccl. Anglic . corrected and continued by T. Duffus Hardy, ii. 538. B. M. xl. 6. Add. Chart. 5,360. Cott . Chart. xvi. 5c. Ibid. xv. 18. Egert.

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of St Peter at Gloucester

    which has been carefully checked. The deans of Gloucester up to 1825 are taken from Le Neve , Fasti Ecclesiae Anglic . corrected by T. Duffus Hardy. Birch , Catalogue of Seals in British Museum , i, 566. Ibid. 567.

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of St Mary , Worcester

    of Worcester up to 1845 are taken from Le Neve 's Fasti Ecclesiae Anglic . iii. 70, corrected by T. Duffus Hardy. Brit. Mus . xxxix. 32. P. R. O. Acknowl. of Supremacy, No. 122. Brit. Mus . lviii. 79,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London, with an Account of the early Courts of Law and Equity. By Thomas Duffus Hardy. Nearly three years have elapsed since the present Record Com- mission was formed. It has received three annual Parliamentary grants, amounting to 28,0001., and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hon ourable Henry Lord Langdale. By Thomas Duffus Hardy. 2 vols. Bentley. Good ability, great industry, a worthy presence, and more than common scrupulousness in fulfilment of all duties, caused Henry Bickersteth to rise at the bar, and smoothed the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the HISTORY of GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND. Vol. I (in two Parts) anterior to tbe Norman Invasion. By T. Duffus Hardy. Thce los, each Part. lIetters anst Papers illustrative of the Wars of the English in Prance duriog the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Langdale's suc- cessor, Sir John Romilly, and a band of able coadjators, headed by Sir Francis Palgrave and Mr T. Duffus Hardy. Lord Langdale procured the gathering of public muniments from more than twenty different storehouses, scattered all over London, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    relating to the History of Great Britain and Ireland, to the End of the Reign of Henry VII.' By Thomas Duffus Hardy, Deputy Keeper of the Public Reords. Vol. II. From A.D. 1066 to A.D. 1200. To Chronicles and Memorials Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Some notes on the accepted date of Saint Dunstan's birth., 1890

    to Christ Church , Canterbury , Text F. must be of later origin than the interpolated Text A. Sir T. Duffus Hardy at first considered it to be ' in a hand apparently of the twelfth century ' .2 In Subscribers-only content

    Illustrations of martial law in Jamaica, 1867

    uttered that they were intended for a friendly warning to Duffus . Duffus went to Morant Bay and left about 1 o'clock ( 9631 ). George Adam Hague states that Duffus , on his return from Morant Bay, came to Subscribers-only content

    Illustrations of martial law in Jamaica, 1867

    do that for? Gentleman pay sixpence to put up those bamboos, and you come and split it open" (14,804-14809). Both Duffus and Depass must have known perfectly well the reputation of Mitchell as half crazy, the latter at least having Subscribers-only content

    Illustrations of martial law in Jamaica, 1867

    Bay ' and also that he had been one of the rioters at the destruction ot Duffus 's shop at Port Morant. Mr. Duffus himself gives a totally different and more probable description of the evidence. He was in front Subscribers-only content

    Illustrations of martial law in Jamaica, 1867

    the man was put to death on the authority of Lieutenant Adcock without any formal or careful trial. The witness Duffus , if we are to believe Hague , saw Mitchell at Port Morant at 2 o'clock of the day Subscribers-only content

 

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