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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 17 [Eastland] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Merchants.]

    [ Eastland ] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Merchants. ] While he was Governour, there being a endeavour to lay open the Trade of the Woolen Manufacture to every one that would; so injurious to this as well as other incorporated Societies

    Book 5, Chapter 17 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Eastland Merchants.]

    GOVERNMENT. [ Eastland Merchants. ] dispose of it to the Dutch, on the best Terms they could. At this time, they set forth some of the Advantages this Nation might enjoy, by encouraging the Tobacco Trade to Russia . As,

    Book 5, Chapter 9 [Skinners.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    to foreign Commodities, soaking away the Wealth of this Nation. And hence a Controversy arose between the Skinners and the Eastland Merchants. The Skinners about the Year 1592 , petitioned the Queen, That whereas they were fallen into great Poverty

    Book 5, Chapter 19 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Merchants Strangers.]

    now by the English Merchants, that the Companies of the Merchant Adventurers, the Spanish Merchants, the Moscovian Merchants, and the Eastland Merchants, were fain to stint themselves, what every Merchant should ship out of the Realm, according to the Antienty

    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downgate Ward. Stylyard.

    the East Parts. The Dutch Hans offended thereat. Alderman Tench 's Reasons offer'd by the Eastland Merchants. Print. 1689 . J. S. Charter to the Eastland Merchants. Russia Merchants. Abbot of St. Albans House . Rainwell's House. Patent. Merchants of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The seventeenth century Economy and poor relief

    Eastland Co . pp. lxx-lxxiii, lxxvii sqq., 88-139, 155-9; Heaton , Yorks Wool. an d Worst. Ind . 163-7. Acts and Ords. of Eastland Co ., 88-139. York Merch. Adv . 278-9, 280, 282-4, 300-1; Acts and Ords. of

    Tudor and Stuart Colchester Economic history

    The alderman John Hunwick was a member of the Eastland Co. and of the Spanish and Portuguese Cos. in 1583 . His apprentice John Eldred was a member of the Eastland Co. by 1608 , and of the Muscovy Co.

    Hull in the 16th and 17th centuries

    their right to join the new Eastland Company in 1579 -80, and later they were able to resist an increase in the export duty on northern cloth. 461 By the early 17th century the Eastland Company had come to represent

    Tudor York The Tudor economy and pauperism

    the Netherlands and with north Germany ; they remained active, as in previous centuries , in the Baltic. When the Eastland Merchants were incorporated in 1579 , they wrote to the mayor and aldermen of York , pointing out that

    The later middle ages City and citizens

    , mainly textile workers, 13 Germans, mainly metal workers, but also including a few merchants and Peterkin the pouchmaker of Eastland , and 3 Italian moneyers, received the freedom of the city. This movement became less marked in the 15th

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CLERKSON, James (c.1515-85), of Hull, Yorks.

    sheriff 1555, mayor 1559, 1568, 1578. Biography Clerkson was a merchant adventurer and member of the Eastland Company. During the reign of Henry VIII he was engaged in the export of iron and lead to Flanders and the North Dutch

    SOAME, Sir Stephen (c.1544-1619), of London.

    silk weavers (10 Dec.), and printers and printing (17 Dec.).[footnote]By the end of the sixteenth century Soame was principally an Eastland merchant. As lord mayor he was chairman of the first meeting of merchants to discuss the formation of the

    WOOD, William (1611-78), of Wapping Wall, Mdx.

    preservation of naval stores (14 Apr. 1671), and those instructed in 1673 to inquire into the decay of the Muscovy, Eastland and Greenland trades and to give local authorities powers to prevent the spread of fire. On 19 Apr. 1675

    RASHLEIGH, John (1554-1624), of Fowey and Menabilly, Cornw.

    ventures were not always within the letter of the law. In 1588 he was arrested at the request of the Eastland Company, presumably for trading as an interloper in the Baltic. The arrest of one of his ships by the

    ROUS, Anthony (bef.1560-1620), of Halton St. Dominick, Cornw.

    directions. In 1590 he was ordered to confiscate goods brought in by Hawkins and Frobisher, on the grounds that the Eastland ships they had taken were not lawful prize. The Cornish justices were to make plain ‘how offensive it was

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Quene Mary. The Examination and Martyrdome of vij. burnt in Smithfield.

    sayd moneth of Iune, the sayd Eastland appeared agayne before þe Byshop, who stāding firme in that he had said before, denyed to make any aunswere in that case. &c. Wherupō the sayd Eastland with the other. 6. his felow

    Q. Mary. The Examination and Martyrdome of. 7. burnt in Smithfield.

    sayd moneth of Iune, the said Eastland appeared agayne before þe Bishop, who stāding firme in that he had said before, denied to make any aunswere in that case. &c. Wherupō the said Eastland with the other. 6. his felow

    Actes and Monumentes of the churche

    to be true in euery part.Thus haue ye the answers of these mē to the foresaid articles, saue þt Reginald Eastland required to answer therunto refused to do so, An othe to end a strife lawfull.alleging þt he knoweth þt

    Q. Mary. The examination and aunswers of seuen godly persons martyred in Smithfield.

    sayd moneth of Iune, the sayd Eastland appeared againe before the bishop, who stāding firme in that he had sayd before, denied to make any aunswere in that case. &c. Wherupon the sayd Eastland wyth the other 6. his felow

    Book 6, page 1742 (1563)

    Wherupō the B. disseuering thē a parte one frō another, proceded with thē seuerallye, first beginning with Reginald Eastland, The wordes of Eastland to the B. at hys cōdēnationwho ther declared þt he had ben vncharitably hādled & talked withal

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St Peters- burgh, is appointed Agent and Consul General at Tunis, in place of Sir Thomas Reade, deceased. Mr C. Eastland Michele is appointed Consul at St Petersburgh, in the place of Sir B. S. Baynes. Mr Niichele's long connection Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stage were Mistresses Margaret Hughes, Ann and Rebecca Marshall-daughters of Stephen Marshall, the Presbyterian minister who preached Pym's funeral sermon,-Corey, Eastland, Weaver, Uphill, Knipp, and Rutter, under Killigrew; and Mistresses Davenport, Saunder- son, Mary Davis, Long, Gibbs, Norris, Holden, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to take it into the Albert Hotel, anl give it to its father, Mr. Bentley. The boy obeyed, and MrS Eastland, the landlord, knowing that no snch person was stlaing at his house, suspected sorme design. He sent for a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GERAP PBEPAID ADFBBD'RBEMBNWB. For c ssecittie insertions of the classes of small Advertisements particularised below the follow. ina are the propfa charges:- 16 words, Once ., Gd. 17 to 32 words, Once is. Od, Ditto, Tbree Inser- Ditto, Three Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2f.-The Pacific. Steam Navigation Compalies steamer Aeorcagad, with the 1rRazil. Iiver Plate anlt (1lCili mails arrivld hero, and sailed for Eastland M-cst *-oast of Mouth yAmerica to-day. 1i'srVitliJrlu. February 2'G. -- 'Tne I:R~vfl CortipalieR steAnt'r T:Xaumtit with ineward West ICompies Subscribers-only content

 

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