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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Foxton

    7/57, nos. 131, 133; C.R.O., par. reg. TS. B.L . Add. MS. 5823, f. 40; P.R.O., PROB 11/348 (P.C.C. 55 Dyce ); C 5/637/43; C.R.O., R 52/12/4/2; L 60/19. Below, church. L. & P. Hen . VIII , xvi, p.

    Parishes Harston

    e.g. B.L . Add. Rolls 18525 ( 40 Edw. III ); 18537 (2 Hen. VI). P.R.O., PROB 11/347 (P.C.C. 45 Dyce , will of Wm. Edridge); cf. C.R.O., R 57/17/30 B; Camb . Chron . 22 Mar. 1802 . Greene,

    Index A-J

    Chelsea , Arthur Street , artists , and see Abbey ; Bethell; Boyce; Brown, Fred; Christian; Collier, John; DaCosta; Dicey; Dyce ; Fildes; Furse ; Guthrie ; Hannah ; Hunt, Cecil and Wm Holman ; Huxley ; John; Jopling, Louise

    The ancient parish of Barking Introduction

    in directories from 1770. 109 Water transport was probably used mainly for commercial purposes. In 1798 vessels for Barking left Dyce and Smart's quay, near Billingsgate , 110 and in 1823 the Customs House and Wool quays; 111 those for

    Parishes Streatham

    held this living was the Evangelical churchman Henry Blunt , rector of Streatham from 1835 to 1843 . 28 William Dyce , the pre-Raphaelite painter, was buried in 1864 in the parish church of St. Leonard , which had been

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. Wharfs and Keys.

    Key, Galley Key , Andro Morris Key , Am- brose Thurstan's Key, Rauff's Key, Cock's Key, Gibson's Key, Haddock's Key, Dyce Key, Bear Key, Sommer's Key, But- tolph's Wharf , Sabb's Key, Young's Key, Crown Key , Smart's Key ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Francis Gordon, of Kincardine, Esq. to Miss Isabella Gordon, third daughter of Lieut.-General John Gordon Cuning Skene, of Pitlurg and Dyce. Onl the 9th inst. William Lemon Dunlap, Esq. surgeon in the India Company's military service, to Mary Ann Milligan, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the POEMS OF POPE, with an Original Memoir and Notes by the Rev. Alex- ander Dyce. The following Poets are already published, and may be had, price Is. each volume: BnURS, in 2 vols., Tniowsow, vols,, COLLINS, KIRKX WormT, Cows'eI, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Cookson, Gent., vice Tymsen, June 23, to be Ensigns, by porcha-e. Slst Foot-E.WV. Gray, Gent., tobe Assist. Surg., vice Dyce, appointed on the Staff, June 22 84th Foot-Capt. C. James, from the 89th Foot, to be Captain, vice Gray, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Series of kTTwelve higlily-finished Engravings of Spanish Subjects designed by '.Cattormiole, E. C'orbould, Miss F. Corbaur, Meidowss, He-bert, and Dyce: with fancifulillustrations in Verse, bh theCountess of Blessington. London: Longman, Orme, and Co. SECOND EDITION OF THE ROBBER. Justpublished,theSecond Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    abolition of church rates, and the release of John Thorogood.-Mr PC. DUN- coneF, presented a petition from an individual named Dyce, a friend of Vincent, who was confined in Mon- mouth gaol, and whose health was seriously affected. The Petitioner Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    31 March 1756, 31 March 1756

    the 5th of Decem- ber 1lS5y aßd 25th of February laft, made on the Be¬ half of Andrevj Skene of Dyce, Doclor Adam Außine Phyfician in Edingburgh, Charles Cheyne Merchant iu Edingburgh, Alexander Bannerman Merchant in Aber¬ deen, and John Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1756, 28 April 1756

    Sandys. Ds. Bruce. Ds. Anfon. Ds. Ravenfworth. Ds. Archer. Ds, Vere. PR AYE RS. The Anfwer of Andrew Skene of Dyce Efquire, Doc-^^^ tor Adam Auflin, Charles Cheyne, Alexander Bannerman,%^l\ ah and John Laing, to the Appeal of Major Arthur Subscribers-only content

    25 January 1757, 25 January 1757

    of the 5th of December 17^, and 25th of February 1756 ; made on the Behalf of Andrew Skene of Dyce Efquire, Doöor Adam Aujtin Phyfician in Edinburgh, Alexander Bannerman Merchant in Aber¬ deen, and John Laing of Burnfoot, Creditors Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1826, 17 April 1826

    subscribed : Fintray&c: ^lso, Upon reading the Petition of the Farmers, Traders, and resident Inhabitants of the Parishes of Fintray, Dyce, and Kinnellar, Aberdeenshire, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Morayshire FarmerClub: to Comee on Promissory Notes, Scotland & Ireland. Alford Subscribers-only content

    10 July 1828, 10 July 1828

    as also upon the Answer of James Forbes of Seaton, Esquire, Lieutenant General John Gordon Cumming Ske?ie of Pitburg and Dyce, George Still of Millden, Esquire, and Dr. Arthur Dingwall Fordyce of Culsh, put in to the said Appeal; and Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Dunstans in the East

    James Ninmock 10 Christopher Bateson 5 MS. p. 97. Raphes Key. Richard Clayton 150 Edward Robins 20 James Allen 10 Dyce Key. Widow Baylie 150 John Voyle 8 Charles Crafts 8 John Girgadnall 8 George Barrett 14 Widow Weeden 8

    Glossarial index

    ancient ecclesiastical vestment of the same name, which was of linen. It is twice introduced in Skelton's poems (edit. by Dyce, i. 68, ii. 84); in the former instance the birds are represented as performing a dirige for the soul

    Appendix IV, Documents relating to the port of London

    the Ryver of Thames vnto the strete beinge south and north clxxvij footes. One other kay in London aforesaid called Dyce Kaye conteyning in length from the water syde to the strete south and north clx footes and in breadeth

    Notes, Volume 1, pp.101-200

    Jesuites Vanity discovered . Partly on this ground Dyce and others have held that The Nice Valour was left incomplete by Fletcher, who died in 1625, and finished by another hand (Dyce, Works of Beaumont and Fletcher , x. 363,

    General Index, D, E, 01 June 1641-31 December 1643

    House , Strand bill for establishing to the Earl of Pembroke Dutch Protestant Church , the Dutch War , the Dyce Quay Dyer , Thos. and Wm., of London, bond of Dyers , rates to be paid by, to the Subscribers-only content


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