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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'r frech wen, a disgwyl- ir y- bydd yn fuan yn alluog i ail-afae yn ei ddyled- c swyddau. Dydd Dun, yr wythnos ddiweddaf, bu farw y ;Parch. William Edward Evans, M.A., un o ganon- iaid Eglwys Gadeiriol Hereford, yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fftbupbbi~n Tgbupsi. Dywed ySwindon Advertiser fod y Parch. Mr. un Mathews tra yn gweinyddu y Sabbath, wythnos i'r u-n diweddaf, yn Ashbury, yn agos i Bishopstone, Wilts, [yn wedi cwympo i lawr yn y pwlpud pan ar ganol pre- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eu bod yn cael eu sar- f han yn g reulon. DarlIenid byny ynymddyg- 1 iad un goruchwylwr Taryaidd ddydd Dun. I s Ond yr oedd y petb mor mnlwg fel y tybid r gan rai fod yr bwn a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wlad yma, ac Ysgotlard, er's canrifoedd, ac yr oedd amryw o hon- ynt yn ddynian tra galluog. Ni ystyrir y Dun yn. areithiwr medrus, nac yn feddyliwr dw fn, ond y mat yn ddyn cymedrol, call, ac ar y cyfan, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Diyiddiau .Liu s Mawrth, yr wyrthrinslion, eynabil- idd -Brdyddwyr Arfora eu (;ytarfod Cwelterol yti'y Taher-ntcl, yn V def hon. Prydiawli Dun a drenl- iwyd mttwn vmidvin A.r amgvlchiwdawl teilldutl yr acbos yn y sir, a llawerycthid tod y fath tlw, Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Stephen , Pelaw

    188. Reg. Palat. Dun . (Rolls Ser.), i, 476. Rot. Hatfield , 7 Apr. anno 26. Surt. Hist. Dur . ii, 187. Ibid. Ibid. 188. Ibid. Ibid.; see Hist. MSS. Com. Rep . iv, 391. Reg. Palat. Dun . i,

    Hospitals Friarside

    1423 ( sic ) Reg. Palat. Dun . (Rolls Ser.), i, 248. Hatf. Surv . (Surt. Soc.), 61. Rot. Neville, No. 5, m. 23 d . Surt. Hist. Dur . ii, 235. Reg. Palat. Dun . (Rolls Ser.), i, 248.

    Colleges Darlington

    dissolution Leland , Coll . i, 385. Angl. Sacr . i, 724. Surt. Hist. Dur . iii, 361. Reg. Palat. Dun . (Rolls Ser.), i, 101, 245. They were great plu ralists. William of Kildesby, prebendary in 1343 , held

    Colleges Lanchester

    Dur . ii, 311. Ibid. Pat. 7- 10 Edw. II . Reg. Palat. Dun . (Rolls Ser.), iii, 2. Surt. ut supra ; see Reg. Palat. Dun . iii, 234. Dur. Epis. Reg. Hatfield , fol. 148. Surt. ut supra

    Hospitals St Giles , Kepier

    Palat. Dun . (Rolls Ser.), i, 34. Ibid. 92. Script. Tres . (Surt. Soc.), App. lxxxvii, pp. cv, cvi. Reg. Palat. Dun . ii, 1164. Ibid. i, 190; ii, 1164. Hist. MSS. Com. Rep . iv, 391; Reg. Palat. Dun

  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1589, June

    the Assembly, and promised to hold hand to discipline. All the Commissioners of Countries were changed, except the Laird of Dun. The King would needs have Mr Patrick Galloway to be his Minister. [The Assembly by the mouth of the

    Acts and Proceedings, 1574, March

    in the last Assembly to the Laird of Dun and certain other brethren with him, to conserr and conclude with my Lord Regents Grace and Secret Counsell: The said Laird of Dun and brethren sorsaid gave up their said commission,

    Acts and Proceedings, 1564, December

    that ane moderator sould be appointed, and swa with full consent of all the brethren present, was John Erskine of Dun, Superintendent of Angus and Mernes, appointed to be moderator for this Assemblie, who acceptit the office upon him. Ordainit

    Elizabeth, December 1567, 01 December 1567-31 December 1567

    Dunfermling, Alex r commendater of Culros, Schir James Balfour, Ja. Makgill, Henry Balnaves, W. Maitland, Drumlanerk, Coninghameheid, John Erskin of Dun, W. Kirkcaldy, Johnne Wischert of Pettarro, James Halyburtoun, Craigmillair. 2 pp. Broadsheet, closely written in contemporary Scottish hand. Indorsed Subscribers-only content

    Wills, 21 Edward IV (1480-1)

    1 March, A.D. 1480. Roll 211 (7). Monday next before the Feast of S. James, Apostle [25 July ] . Dun (John), mercer. To be buried according to directions contained in his testament touching his movables. To Thomas Asshby, the

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 9 Langborne Ward. Interrments.

    concerned, viz. for the encrease of the Tythe of Houses in London , according to the Improvement of Rent. For Dun , Parson of Grass Church , petitioned the Lord Maior in King James I . his time, that whereas

    Book 6, Chapter 5 St. MARGARET's New Chapel.

    of Tuthil-street, and runneth into James's-street ; and here, upon St. Hermit's Hill, Cornelius van Dun , a Brabanter, one of the Yeomen of the Guards to K. Henry the Eighth , Edward the Sixth , Q. Mary , and

    Book 6, Chapter 3 The Church of St. MARGARET.

    of the same Parish, founded by K. Charles I , viz since the Year 1558 . Donors. Gifts. Cornelius Van Dun gave twenty Alms-Houses, and one Plot of Ground to them belonging, held by Lease for many Years unexpired. John

    Book 1, Chapter 17 Tower of LONDON. Occurrences.

    of Wales , his Head set on the Tower. Justices of the Bench sent to the Tower. Adam. Meri. Chro. Dun . Rad. Bald. Sea. Chro. Jo. Rouse. Vid. the Summary. Justices sat in the Tower. Mortimers sent to the

    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Accidents.

    who am your Pastor, there come not on you the Indignation of the just Revenger, or (at the Ex Chron. Dun . Insolent Fury is easily moved. The Palace of the Archbishop at Lambeth spoiled. The Commons of London heartned

 

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