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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Westbury Fairs and markets

    was still held on Fridays , and was said to be 'very considerable for corn', 68 and in 1751 it was called a 'good one for corn'. 69 The market was still being held on Fridays in 1792 , 70

    The sixteenth century Town Government

    were perhaps regarded as extensions of those on Mondays. Sessions of the peace were held infrequently, usually on Tuesdays or Fridays , and a sheriffs tourn or view of frankpledge twice a year. 71 The governors chosen to serve as

    Alien house Priory of La Grave or Grovebury

    Pat. 20 Edw. I . m. 28, where it states they had only the blackest of bread to eat on Fridays . Ibid. 21 Edw. I . m. 18. Ann. Mon . (Rolls Series), iii. 326 (in the year 1285).

    Hospitals Donnington

    the almsmen were to attend service at the parish church, not only on Sundays and festivals, but also on Wednesdays, Fridays , and Saturdays, and there to give God thanks for their founders and benefactors. 17 Dugdale, Tanner, Lysons, and

    The City of Coventry Crafts and industries: Craft organisation to the 16th century

    the Trinity Guild which leased portions of it to individual drapers 34 and in 1425 the leet ordered that on Fridays no cloth, except small amounts, was to be sold anywhere but in the Drapery. 35 Mercers, who sold linen

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 22 Gresham-College.

    on Mondays and Wednesdays: To be read in English, for the common Benefit of the People of the City, on Fridays : Which English Lecture may be the Effect of the two former Latin Lectures. That the Divinity Reader employ

    Appendix 1, Chapter 8 APPENDIX.

    they, their Agents, or Servants, shall come out with their Tunbrils or Cars and Horses, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays , in every Week of the Year, from the Eleventh of October to the Eleventh of February, by Five

    Book 5, Chapter 8 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Liveries.]

    M ASTER Sword -bearer, to wait Daily. Master Common Hunt, to wait Mundays, Wednesdays, Fridays , and Saturdays. Master Common Crier, to wait Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Master Water-Bailiff, to wait Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. The Three Serjeant

    Book 5, Chapter 3 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [The Societies.]

    shall be present at the first or second Meeting of the said Society, or at any Meeting on the third Fridays in the Months of November, February, May, and August yearly for ever, may ordain and make Constitutions, Laws, Statutes,

    Book 1, Chapter 26 Christ's Church Hospital. Their Diet; And good Orders.

    boiled Beef and Pottage. On the other Days, no Flesh Meat: But on Mondays, Milk Pottage; On Wednesdays, Furmity; On Fridays , old Pease and Pottage; On Saturdays, Watergruel. They have Rost Beef about Twelve Days in the Year, by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in ricommending the same Dividend and Bonus as the previous Half-year. :'The.-Coivrwen ranch is now opentuivceea week, on Tu~esdays and Fridays. The Directors retiring by rotatin are Mr Richard Roberts-and Mr.Rchard'Jones 'wliaTre eligible for re-election. AUDITOR'S REPORT. . . . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EXCURSIONS Will be run as under to (With Through Carriages to Enston Station) t OCTT 9th & 16th, 1886. On Fridays One Minute Pares for the ) FROM After Mid-Night Double Journey E,.m. Third Clase. .; DOLGELLEY .......... 12-1 5 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ou Ftidays and Saturdays, will also be issued on Thursday, April 2nd, by the same trains as adver- tised on Fridays and Saturdays, and on Good Friday (where train service permits), and will be available for return on the Monday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nitheli y cldiad.debyg fel an~er CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS Christmas and New Year's Excursions. THE WEEK-END EXCURS105 TICKETS f usually issued on Fridays & Saturdays, will also be issued from all Csmbrian Stations on THURSDAYS, DECEMBER 24th & 31st. To Birmingham, Wolverharnpton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - -1.... I I I CAMBBRIAN RAILWAYS- Christmas and New Year's Excursions. THE WEEK-END EXCVION TICKETS S. usually issued on Fridays & Saturdays, will also be issued from acll Cambrian Stations on THURSDAYS, DECEMBER 24th & 31st. - To Birmingham, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Act for Regulating the Commencement of the Year; and for Correcting the Calendar now in Use., 11 June 1750

    The three Rogation-days, being the Monday, Tuefday, and Wednefday before Holy ThurfJay, o; the Afcenfion of our Lord. All the Fridays in the Year, except C£r//?«&«--//<«y. Certain Solemn Davs for uhich particular Services are appointed. ^u. p r rw of Subscribers-only content

    28 January 1717, 28 January 1718

    be heard, and all other Caufes to be appointed for hearing this Seflion, fhall be heard on Mondays, Wednefdays, and Fridays only; and that the Caufe which ftands to be heard as To-morrow be heard on Monday next; and the Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1717, 15 February 1718

    purfuant to the late Method fettled by Order of this " Houfe, for hearing Caufes on Mondays, Wednefdays, " and Fridays only, there was no Day vacant till Friday " the Fourteenth of March next:" It is thereupon Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    13 November 1718, 13 November 1718

    That all the Caufes to be ap¬ pointed for hearing this Seffion fhall be heard on Mon¬ days, Wednejdays, and Fridays. " but My Endeavours, for the Happiticfs of My People " and the Tranquillity of Europe, will attain the Subscribers-only content

    12 December 1720, 12 December 1720

    Counfel, at the Bar, on Wednef- day next; and the others to be proceeded in on Mon¬ days, Wednefdays, and Fridays, fucceffively, in Courfe. Dominus Cancellarius declaravit pra?fens Parliamen- turn continuandum effe ufque ad et in diem Martis, decimum tertium Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Condensed time tables: summer arrangements for May, June, and July, 1844., 1844

    ing; Lochgilphead , every day, (except Friday,) ulmut ' n about 8 morning; Tarbert , every day, (except Friday,) a Fridays about 9 morning. Fares between Glasgow and Greenock and Gourock , Cabin , s., Is. 3d. and 9d.; Rothesay Subscribers-only content

    What I saw at the Vennel School, 1885

    other children in the school, chiefly the infants. I hey always contrive to get a penny from their parents on Fridays . See, here they come " While she spoke, the other ladies had been quietly filling the aforesaid pitchers, Subscribers-only content

    What I saw at the Vennel School, 1885

    Srhaxri. MY FIRST VISIT . fENNEL SCHOOL, Fridays , 12.30 to 4 p.m. " I read those words aloud at the breakfast-table one morning lately, from a paper given to me by my excellent friend Miss B. (of School-Board fame), Subscribers-only content

    Political speeches delivered in August and September 1884: third Midlothian campaign., 1884

    of putting forward its measures 1 Nominally there are ninety days in the session, but about twenty-four are Fridays , and on Fridays it is well understood that the evening is to be at the disposal of independent members. There Subscribers-only content

    John Wesley: his life and work., 1884

    devoted to the Greek and Roman classics, historians, and poets; Wednesdays, to Logic and Ethics; Thursdays, to Hebrew and Arabic; Fridays , to Metaphysics and Natural Philosophy; Saturdays, to Oratory and Poetry, chiefly composing; and Sundays, to Divinity. Intermediate hours Subscribers-only content


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