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  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, June 1536, 11-20, 11 June 1536-20 June 1536

    and Felday, on Friday before Passion week was 12 months, brought 100 crowns of 5 s . to the vicar, who was saying matins in the church, and he gave them 40 s . for 50 of the crowns. Felday

    Index, F

    Fedyngton , Glouc., 693 iii. Fegarod. See Fitzgerald. Feguillen. See Fitzwilliam. Feisgerrot. See Fitzgerald. Feldar , Thos., 562 (p. 220). Felday , Piers, 1170. Fele. See Field. Felgham. See Felpham. Felley priory , Notts., 364 (p. 138), 1238. Felmyngham ,

    Index, F, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    I. g. 311 (20). Fecham. See Fetcham. Feddred. See Fethard. Federston. See Fetherston. Feharbarde , Mr. See Fitzherbert, Sir Ant. Felday or Feldy , Piers, I. 1282; II. 58, 597. -, -, his confession, II. 58 ii., 597 (2). Feldeston.

    Henry VIII, May 1537, 26-31, 26 May 1537-31 May 1537

    May ] R. O. 1282 . LORD CHANCELLOR AUDELEY to CROMWELL. With the assent of the lord Baldwyn, appointed Peers Felday, being in Newgate, to be delivered by the sheriffs of London to Sir Peers Dutton, sheriff of Cheshire, to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stephen Dune, perk butcher of Wolverhampton street. Prisoner had horn In the employ cl proseco! or, and was engaged on Felday loot In aselatirplehim to remove 1061be. of pork. It was takcen into the slaughter~house enid placed Ion lotb ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    duty bound to recapitulate my evidoaca as given before the Bench on that occasion. It war as followa :-" On Felday evening last, whilat at tea, a ring at the eurgery bell was anewered by my servant, who Informed me Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COON MARKET, Yesterday.-The weather anmce Felday bas continued very flue, with southwesterly wiudq. [ie eupply of wheat from Eirael and Kent to thin morning's mar- ket wes only moderate, and being in demand for France, wasntd. poled of at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rInto oubtody ; and on Thursday he apb~aeare btfore: the Major, who ooammltted him to the h555i005. CAuTIoN TO 9EnVAsure.-'On Felday, at the County Police Cousrt, a, youth named Jepbs appeared before Sir robeart Hamilton, E. P. Shirley, .Esq., UP., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    51' W0 8i" s16ft abors N~ean.Sea hema 33asmeter (Woroced), 8 a.i. Thurday, 29 a4 inchem , ~, ,, . * Felday, 2V791 -taiches. Thermometer, hlghei in shade, Thursday, 71 deg, i ,. ,, Itwest, Thursday nlghs, 46 dog0 Dow-polnt and Subscribers-only content

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