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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Admiral ?" Ac, yn wir, fc aeth i'r mor yr haf diweddaf, ac yn ngrym ei swydd lliwyddodd y Channel Fleet. 'Ecdr o ddim siarad yn dda iawn, nid oes ganddo ddim hyawdledd, ond y mae yn glir ag- hyffredia, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NODIADAU GAN DIOGENES. t 1ItIF VII. . Ychydig iawn-oedd gan yr Arglsyddi i'w eyd ddechrcu:-y tbiasiddisedW, ac.nid ledd, dim a gymerodd le yn eunTy nos Lun a nos Fawrth'yn galw d- a ---gofnrodabeRth-on& 3aurigffaith -od' Arglwydd R .-lledesda ,yDep.ijeSa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hyny bydd yn ddeunaw. Neu gellir am vr un adeg ei chael ddi- wrth The Quee's Printers, N;w street square, Fleet st., London, E. C., efo'r post, am 13 stamp, neu wedi hyny am 19 stamp. Bydded iddynt hefyd gadw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    known. Prepared and soldh-esle and reti!, in boxes price 7id;, Is. lid.,and2s. 9d, e .WHsrp TOAW & SoN, 3, CreCourt, Fleet Sbtreet London; and my be had of eli Chemiss and edicine Vendors. Sentfreeonr~eiptof8, 14,or'B:stamps.- I - WILLIAMsS & rJONEq, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EVAN HUGH OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS, APPRAISERS, Estate Agents and Land Zaluers, CARNARVON AND PWLLHELL. GENERAL AUCTIONS AND VALgUJATIOS conducted in Town O'r CountrY, or Neighbourilng Counties, WIth ability, order, and punotuality. OFriCsBSRIDGE STREET, CARNARVON. CUBLEY & 0OMPAS 0 Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses Writtle

    18. 3. Close, 10 Ric. II, m. 39 d . Mainprise was made on 5 October for John Neuport, chaplain, detained in the Fleet prison on suspicion of forging a collation to the house, that he would not disturb him.

    Parishes Crondall

    was only 441. Fleet parish, covering an area of 1,531 acres, 5 lies north of Crondall , 361/4 miles from London . The London and South Western Railway crosses Fleet Pond between Farnborough and Fleet stations. Fleet Common is now

    Wisbech Charities

    remainder to an annual sermon and the relief of various classes of honest poor. The estate so purchased was at Fleet (Lincs.). In 1837 it produced £396, of which £180 was in that year (which was Wisbech 's 'turn') lent

    Burton-upon-Trent Monastic precinct

    ' built by Abbot William of Bromley ( 1316-29 ) evidently stood south-east of the main claustral buildings beside the Fleet , a watercourse flowing along the precinct. Almost certainly used as the infirmary, which had its own small cloister,

    Wisbech Recusants in the castle

    be stopped except at meals, and they were not to be allowed outside the castle grounds. The diet of the Fleet prison was to be adopted. This was defined as 16 s . a week for knight's commons and 10

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FLEET, John.

    FLEET, John. Constituency Dates Weymouth Jan. 1397 Biography John was probably related to Nicholas Fleet, a merchant who had sat for Weymouth in the first Parliament of 1384, but (apart from his own election to the Commons) nothing is heard

    MOHUN, Francis (c.1628-1712), of Fleet, Dorset.

    (c.1628-1712), of Fleet, Dorset. Constituency Dates Weymouth and Melcombe Regis 1685 Ofifces Held Capt. of militia ft. Dorset by 1670, maj. by 1680-?May 1688, commr. for assessment 1673-80, 1689-90, dep. lt. 1676-May 1688, Oct. 1688-1702, j.p. 1683-June 1688, Nov. 1688-?d.,

    FLEET, Sir John (1648-1712), of Allhallows Staining, London, and Battersea, Surr.

    a government loan, but at the mayoral contest of Michaelmas 1691 Fleet actually stood against the ‘Church party’. Although unsuccessful on that occasion, at the succeeding mayoral election Fleet emerged triumphant, having been championed by Robert Yard* as ‘a person

    RODE, Robert atte, of Suss.

    by the justices. However, in May 1398 he obtained a royal pardon of outlawry, after he had surrendered to the Fleet prison and rendered all sums due, including the four marks damages awarded to Hurst.[footnote]Atte Rode’s place of residence in

    ANSLEY (ANSLOWE), Brian (d.1604), of Kidbrooke and Lee, Kent.

    Ofifces Held Gent. pens. 1564-1603; master of the harriers from 1570; warden of the Fleet by July 1574-bef. 1588; j.p.q. Kent from c.1584. Biography Ansley’s father was an officer of the royal cellars under Henry VIII, and he himself was

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

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    Book 5, page 799 (1563)

    my comming to this pryson. And yet my L. of Caunterbury, whē he sent for me last out of the Fleet, handled me with fayre wordes, declaring me a man mete in his opinion to be called to the coūsell

    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche.

    with the beginninges of his deserued trouble, how he was cōmitted to kepe his house, and afterward had to the Fleet, and what letters he wrote, as wel to other as especially to the lord Protector, whose answers again to

    Book 6, page 1069 (1563)

    not gylty: although they were for that cause shortly after committed, some to the Tower of Londō, some to the Fleet, wher they lay vntill the xiii. day of Nouember next followyng, and then were delyuered, some of them paying

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    doth not wel to entaungle this your grace with this matter of religion, and to borow of your autoryty, the Fleet, the Marshalsea, and the Kinges Bench, with prisōment in his house, wherwith to cause men to agre to that

    Q. Mary. Prayers for Queene Maryes Chylde. Letters of M. Hooper.

    touchyng the takyng of M. Rose and his felowes, word was brought therof to M. Hooper being then in the Fleet. Whereupon the said M. Hooper sendeth answere againe, with a letter also of consolation sent to the saide prisoners:

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Robert Wilson, Sexual Offences, 26/05/1737

    was marry'd to Steel, I was present when that Affair was transacted. They were marry'd at a Brandy-shop at the Fleet, the Ceremony was perform'd by a Man in a Night Gown; whether he was a Parson or not, I

    Ordinary's Account, 13/11/1752

    was, says he, at Rotterdam in the Spring of the Year 1747, and when Icame Home, was put into the Fleet for Debt. I soon got out again, and had my Liberty. And then I began to bethink myself of

    Nath. Parkhurst, Killing, 27/04/1715

    the Statute of Stabbing. It appear'd by the Evidence, That the Prisoner and the Deceas'd were both Prisoners in the Fleet ; and the Prisoner having been up all Night a drinking, about 3 in the Morning went into a

    Ruth Woodward, Sexual Offences, 07/09/1737

    a Publick House and she liv'd with him about 7 Years. John Hall. And I saw her Married at the Fleet to Robert Holmes ; 'twas at the Hand and Pe n , a Barber's Shop. Counc. And is it

    Ordinary's Account, 02/07/1752

    into Dyot-street , St. Giles's , on the 20th of May last , where they took Lodgings, went to the Fleet , and were there made to believe they were Man and Wife. So they lived together for four Days,


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