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  • * British History Online * *

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    Errata noticed in this volume

    letter, read inclosed a letter. " 231, line 18, for Forster, with a comma . " 287, line 12, for Florence M'Carthy, dele the comma . " 324, line 15, deie the reference 33. I. " 507, line 3, for Subscribers-only content


    has no reference to the East Indies. Page 152, line 12, "The Guadania of Florence" ( sic ) is doubtless a mistake for Sigr. Guadagni of Florence, see No. 539. Page 170, line 29, for it not he granted read

    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1377, 01 January 1377-31 December 1377

    child. Catherine, for whom the marchioness stood godmother, is well. (Signed) Donnina Vicecomes, consors magnifici militis domini Johanis Acud. 2 Florence, 3rd November 1386. [ Latin . ] When the following letters were written, the heads of the house of

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, Liberty of Norton Folgate, Mores [Moor's] Alley

    1.40 7.00 0.00 0.00 - , - 0.40 2.00 0.00 0.00 On behalf of: Bostock. Comment: Empty. - , - 0.40 2.00 0.00 0.00 Comment: Empty. Nugent , Thomas 1.00 5.00 0.00 0.00 Macarly , Florence 1.00 5.00 0.00 0.00

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1487, 01 January 1487-31 December 1487

    1487 1487 971 1487. Florence wife of John Boukes of Birchangre, John Jardeville the younger of Storteford, John Jardeville the elder of Newport, Thomas Holte of Depden, John Grace of Storteford, and Richard Grace of Chesthunte, to John Bemysshe of Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses Writtle

    James, occurs 1343, 27 1346, 28 1349. 29 Giles , occurs 1348. 30 Adrian, occurs 1357. 31 Silvester Romanis of Florence , occurs 1366, 32 1370, 33 1383. 34 Peter de Orto, occurs 1376. 35 Nicholas de Aquila, occurs 1384,

    Parishes Turweston

    in possession in 1274 . 20 He died shortly after 1278, 21 leaving a widow Florence and four sons, Ralf, Humphrey, Baldwin and William. 22 Florence received Hilperton in dower, but exchanged it for two parts of Turweston with Henry

    Alien houses Priory of Andover

    1331, where his name appears in conjunction with the parson of Horncastle as owing 200 marks to two merchants of Florence . The amount was to be levied, in default of payment, on their lands and chattels in Hampshire .

    Houses of Cistercian nuns The priory of Sewardsley

    except through him. 2 The house continued under the patronage of his successors in the manor. In 1260-1 the Prioress Florence was admitted by the bishop with the approval of Sir Robert de Paveley the patron. 3 By his will

    Parishes Mitcham

    he held for his life of his daughter Florence by rendering for Florence a pair of gilt spurs or 6 d . to Peter de Montfort, lord of Ashtead . 46 Florence married Philip de Orreby and in 1321 conveyed

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

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    K. Henry. 5. John Hus. The councell of Constance.

    blesse: & contrary wise, they shall curse, but thou O Lord shalt blesse. The Cardinall of Florence with hys Notarie.Then the Cardinall of Florence, which had alwaies a Notary ready at his hand to write such thinges as he commaunded

    K. Henry.5. Iohn Hus. The Councell of Constance.

    you blesse: and contrarywise, they shall curse, but thou O Lord shalt blesse. The Cardinall of Florence with hys Notarie.Then the Cardinall of Florence, which had alwayes a Notary ready at his hand to write such thynges as he commaunded

    Book 3, page 273 (1563)

    where as you blesse, and contrary wyse, they shall curse, but thou O Lorde shalt blesse. Then the Cardinall of Florence whiche had alwayes a Notary ready at his hande to wryte suche thynges as he commaunded hym, sayde. The

    Book 3, page 289 (1563)

    those thynges whiche are alledged against me, when as I can not remember them all. Then sayde the Cardinall of Florence, we haue heard thee sufficiently, but when as Iohn Hus for all that would not holde his peace, they

    K. Henry. 5. John Hus. The councell of Constance.

    this worde to abiure, doth signify much otherwise then your maiesty doth here vse it. Then sayd the Cardinall of Florence: Iohn Hus, you shall haue a forme of abiuration, which shall be gentle & tollerable inough, written and deliuered

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddigon o bleidleisiau i sicrhau ei etholiad. Florence, Hydref' 31.-Dywed y -Mazione na chafodd y llywodraeth Italaidd ddigon o amser eto i ystyried yn swyddo;,ol v cwestiwn o etholiad y Dug Genoa. ITALY. Florence, Hydref 30.-Mae y llywodraeth wedi an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chlwyfwyd o 30 i 50. Drylliwyd y cerbydau yn chwil- friw. Achosodd y ddamwain gyifro mawr yn San Francisco. ITALY. Florence, Tach. 13eg-Gadawodd y brenin ei wely ddoe am ychydig oriau, vVr hvn a ddengys ei fod yn parhau i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aetlh y Prif Weinidog, MENABBEA, i San Rossori, i roddi ei swydd i fyny i'r Bremin. Tacuid y gair yn Florence, ddydd Sabboth, fod y Brenin yn debyg o ymnddiried y gorchwyl o ffurfio Gweinyddiaetll i Signor LANZA. Mae iechyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yma wedi ymffurflio yn gymdeithas ; y mae ganddi ei Uenyddiaeth. Cy- hoeddir pamphledau bychain gan 37 Libreria Rosinini yn Florence, ac3 y mae yr Italiaid eto yu dechreu siarad am eu diwygwyr-eu Savonarola ac eraill. Pan oedd y Gyma'ufa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwlawogydd ang- hyffredin a wnaeth yn ystod y tymor hwn.. Ofnir rhyw ganlyniadau gwaeth.nag sydd eto yn y golwg. Yn Florence nid oeddynt hyd yr 2'8aina o Ragfyr wedi mwynhau cymaint ag un diwrnod sych er's wyth a deugain o Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COWPER, George Nassau Clavering, Visct. Fordwich (1738-89).

    1786, ‘a very great stranger ... in his native land and to it’,[footnote] he asked to be made British minister at Florence; went back without it; and died at Florence 22 Dec. 1789; but was buried at Hertingfordbury in Hertfordshire.

    TRACY, Nicholas, of Bridport, Dorset.

    TRACY, Nicholas, of Bridport, Dorset. Constituency Dates Bridport 1402 Biography In 1370 Nicholas, probably a kinsman of John Tracy*, acquired a messuage in Bridport. He later held land at ‘La Wodemulle’ and, in 1386, together with his wife, took

    THISTLETHWAYTE, Alexander (?1717-71), of Southwick, nr. Fareham, Hants.

    THISTLETHWAYTE, Alexander (?1717-71), of Southwick, nr. Fareham, Hants. Constituency Dates Hampshire 8 May 1751 201761 Biography Thistlethwayte was returned as a Whig for Hampshire on the death of his younger brother, Francis Whithed, in 1751. He and his brother

    WYNN, Thomas (1736-1807), of Glynnllivon, Caern.

    him imprisoned for trying to leave Florence ‘without previously performing his engagements’ to him; and Hervey was daily tormented with ‘messages, notes, and letters’ from ‘this very unfortunate man’. Finally Price came to Florence with remittances and satisfied the creditors,

    MANN, Sir Horatio (1744-1814), of Linton, nr. Maidstone, Kent

    a union between Fox and Pitt; and opposed Pitt’s remaining in office. He did not stand in 1784.He was in Florence when his uncle died on 6 Nov. 1786, and for a few months acted as chargé d’affaires.� He died

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 December 1691, 7 December 1691

    be engroffed I" It was Ilefolved in the Negative. ker Efquire, Elizabeth his Wife, Katlerine Games, Rr- Lucy Clerk, and Florence his Wife, Sifters and vlce — -- - — - - - r J i* Coheirs of John Games, Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1691, 9 February 1692

    as alfo upon the Anfwer of Thomas Walker Efquire, and Elizabeth his Wife, Katherine Games, and Florence Lucy Widow; which Elizabeth, Katherine, and Florence, are the Sifters and Coheirs of John Games, deceafed, put in to the faid Petition : Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1729, 5 March 1730

    Townßendt Vifcount Hatton. Vifcount Lonfdale. Vifcount 5?. J/^A». Vifcount Cobham. Vifcount Falmouth. PRAYERS. Ztfi The Anfwei's of William Burke and Florence Cullanane Burke &Cui- Gentlemen, to the Appeal of Mathias Arcedeckne and fenane. Mary Arcedeckne, alias Hanen, his Wife: Vol. Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1730, 6 May 1730

    Ireland, mad« the Fourth Day of December 1727, in a Caufe wherein the Appellants were Plaintiffs, and James Horan Gentleman, Florence Callanane, William Burke, Äedraond Arcedeckne, and others, were Defen¬ dants.; 'and praying, " That the fame may be reverfed Subscribers-only content

    12 December 1787, 12 December 1787

    the " Crofs Ways near Maresfield Street in the County of " Siiffex. ; and for amending the Road from- Florence " Farm in the Pariih of Wiihyham, to Foreß Row in " the Parim of Faß Grinfiead in the Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    had an a comprehensive view of the whole subject (Qu whether Montesquieu? Not Legislators - witness Code Frederic - Code Florence - Code Catherine - Swedish & Danish Codes. - Nor even speculative writers Witness Malby Esp de Legislation -


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