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  • * Victoria County History *

    41 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Parishes Priors Marston

    in the south side of the back wing, but the front windows have been modernized. The gables are coped. The Falcon Inn , about 250 yards south-east of the church, at the south-east corner of the smaller loop, is a

    Wivenhoe Local government

    be 'founded in malice'. 48 In the 18th and early 19th centuries the vestry met at the Swan , the Falcon , or the Anchor , inns. 49 Between 1 847 and 1894 it met at the church from 5

    Major buildings The Rows

    occupied the whole east side of Bridge Street from the Cross to Dee Bridge. 84 On the west side the Falcon (no. 6) still in 2000 contained a large medieval undercroft and early evidence of a gallery. In the early

    Townships Birkdale

    wall near Ainsdale demesne and to follow certain stoups to the Brown Hill or Brown Brante and so to the Falcon Hawe, and then west to the sea. There ha d formerly been frequent disputes owing to cattle straying over

    Parishes Kyre Wyard or Kyre Magna

    Lord Compton . 44 Edward Pytts was an officer of the Court of Common Pleas and had an office in Falcon Court, in the parish of St. Dunstan's , Fleet Street . 45 He made a settlement on his wife,

  • * British History Online * *

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    London Port Book, 1567-8, Nos. 800-830 (Sept 1568)

    (40) Cort Egle [f. 252 b ] John Fitzwilliams: 20 cwt unwrought hemp £ 20 (13 Sept 1568). 815 . Falcon of Amsterdam (16) Erasmus Canon; Amsterdam [f. 252 b ] Richard Mouse: 4 lasts barrelled fish, 600 staplefish £

    Index, F, 01 January 1681-31-Dec-1984

    885. Fair Island (Newfoundland), p. 106. Falcon , H.M. ship, p. 491, p. 533, 1573. Falmouth (Antigua), 1332. Farmer , John, 132, 450, 845. Farrar , John, 1638. Fauconberg , Thomas Lord, reports, & c., of Committee, signed by, 361,

    Simancas, August 1575, 01 August 1575-31 August 1575

    brought in six or seven prizes which have been captured by French, Flemish, and English pirates. Yesterday the Queen's ship "Falcon" sailed and another called "The Primrose" is being equipped in great haste. She is a very powerful ship, and

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 126, November 1578, 01 November 1578-30 November 1578

    with the pieces of ordnance, & c., gone in the voyage with Sir Humfrey Gylberte, Capt. Walter Rauley, commanding the Falcon; also the names of the ships, officers, and gentlemen who went with Mr. Henry Knollys on the 18th Nov. Subscribers-only content

    America and West Indies, Addenda 1578, 01 December 1578-30 December 1578

    Greneway, Vice-Admiral, 160 tons, Carye Rawlye. brother to Sir H. Gylberte, Captain, number of gentlemen, soldiers, and mariners, 80. The Falcon, Her Majesty's ship of 100 tons, Capt. Walter Rawlye, brother to Sir H. Gylberte, Ferdinando the Portugal, Master, number

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDO-N tGAZE-s. Tueesday, April 12. BAXKitUPTCY .EISARG!D. W. Long, Little St. Anditew-street, Seven Dialsj oilsserelaut, for: March S to March 19, at ten, at Basinghall-street. BANKat RUPTS. G. Wigglesworth, Halifax, Yorkshire, factor. Solicitors, Messrs. Jaques and Battye, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Hope, Manchester, calenderers. Solicitor, Mr Willett, Essex street. S. Dufton, Oat lane, Cheapside, warehouseman. Solicitors, Messrs Watson and Broughton, Falcon square. R. Perkins, Egham, carpenter. Solicitor, Mr Sleap, Temple lane. L. B. Sapi., Alpha cottages, Regeut's park, music-seller. Solicitor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    common-brewers. Solicitor, Mr Chester, Staple Inn. J. Olivant and W. Cooper, Queen street, Cheapside,' warehouseman. Solicitors, Messrs Watson and Broughton, Falcon square. R. Edmeauls and Co. Maidstone, Kent, bankers. Solicitor, Mr Wildes, Lincoln's Inn fields. J. Carmichael, Birmingham, dealer, Solicitor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with demanding more' than his fare from a Mlr Tremayne, who was carried from the White-horse cellar, in Piccadilly, to Falcon square. The defendant insisted that his fare was 4s., and MrTremayne having frequently paid but 23. for the same Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of English Musical Students in particular. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, dpril21. BANKRUPTS. J. Liley, Redbourn, innkeeper. [Watson and Brooghton, Falcon square, Nif. Mason1, Kleateick, anursery-mnl. [Chisholme, Lincoln's inn fields. H. Brown, Wlhitechapel, baker. [Thomson, George street. H. Thornton, Blvth, Subscribers-only content

 

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