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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 a i gynyg y penderfyniad cyntafac ieueroh y cyfarfod ye a I Saesneg. Cefnogwyd gan Mr. W. 0. Williams, Glen. a clwyd, a Mr. Joseph linghes, Dyserth. Cyuygiwyd yr ail bendetniad gan Mr. R. Parry, Diubych. Cefnag- a wyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ar y 23aini cyflaol, yn leawn 70 mlwydd oed, M£rs. Morris Eleweni, Bodfari. ger Dinbych, a main M'. I.Jones Morrs, Glen Ciwyd, Ehuthc E~giwyowyr ydoedd hi a'i phriod yn moreu en hoes, ona pan yns bywr ya Eiria~nwa, Sir Gasroarfon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I Fi ' '''. ,' 1; Z ! -"Mae ymgaisyn'oael ciwneyd yi bresenolxig~odi capel Protestanaidd ltalaidd yn liundain, achredii'foai'i amcan ragolygon da. 2 'Maecelywed am" lwyddianjym- drechion o blaid'crefydd efengylaidd, ymillth yrlltal- isid yu ddisa.yn dia-hapus,.-: - . Ymgynullodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    si~ fod~ genym ninu lgaid d i yr'wele. Ymaei yn daism~euinin. yr Yabrywdyx hs gylo d ei Mrn,dso :n~bid yr'Ysbd~rynd. Glen b oeddypion. Darf girywd rawd !-oed(aacal n inle.fd yn f.w~dgXet* c.agwriyaebold iOddor a :dhwodd; g.fusiath i.d i ddeohrweu2.d. D&clirsueddy. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at y cy1ar- Y fodydd gjweddi yn fwy cyson, a pharhewch i ddis- g gwyl hyd oni chewch yr Ysbryd Glen mewn atch- a id weddiL. l ne Par~ch. 0.g Thomas.Yr eedd yn, lawen genyf I glywed yr adroddiad a Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Great Glen

    Great Glen GREAT GLEN Great Glen ancient parish consists of two townships, Great Glen and Great Stretton . Great Stretton is a chapelry of Great Glen ecclesiastically, but for civil purposes it seems always to have formed a separate unit.

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Ulverscroft

    of Normanton , elected and resigned 1304. 33 Walter of Evesham , elected 1304, 34 resigned 1315. 35 Roger of Glen , elected 1315, 36 died 1338. 37 Roger of Shepshed , elected 1338, 38 occurs to 1367. 39 Thomas

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Alcester

    The endowments, besides the island site, consisted in the main of the founder's churches of Alcester , Tanworth, Marston and Glen ( Leicester ), and the chapel of his castle of Oversley; the whole tithe of his lordship of Oversley,

    Parishes Old Alresford

    The tithes were commuted in 1843 for £747. The following place-names occur in early records: Gooseland 4 (xv cent.), Fysshewareclose, Glen Pytts, 5 and Ya rdmanligh 6 (xvi cent.), and Pieway, Pingleston Lane, The Nythyn, 7 Bishopp's Meade, and The

    Parishes Wymington or Wimington

    of Coutances. Both these claims were adjudged to be just by the men of the hundred court. 52 In 1086 Glen was the tenant of Alured, in Wymington Manor , whose history during the next hundred years is not ascertainable.

  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1577

    and small casualeteis grantit thairto," set to James Andersoun, officer, for 70 merks. ] Election of treasurer, etc . [Patrik Glen, elected treasurer; James Flemyng, master of work; master Henry Gibsoun, common clerk; Archibald Bordland and Johne Cuthbert, minstrels. ]

    Extracts from the records, 1574

    Rank, Glen, wrangis . William Glen, sone to Johne Glen, is fund in the wrang for casting of ane stane at Robert Rank and hitting him thairwith abone the ey to the effusione of his blude; and als Johne Glen,

    Extracts from the Records, 1524

    swa be na dirogatioun nor hourt nocht the priuelege of the toun, and thairvpoun askit instuementis. Witnes the laird of Glen, Mr Adame Ottiuburne, Mr James Lawsoun, Mr James Haliburtoun Gilbert Lauder, James Dickesoun. The samyn day, Mr James Weschert

    Extracts from the records, 1643

    11 October 1643. Elections . [The following office bearers elected: Harie Glen, dean of guild; Manasses Lyill, deacon convener; Walter Neilsone, treasurer; James Moriesone, visitor of maltmen; Thomas Glen, water bailie; William Hyndschawe, master of work. ] 28 October 1643.

    XCIX, Contract concerning the disponition of the Subdean Milns to the Burgh (1619)

    dekin of cordineris, John Hall, dekin of chyrurgianes, William Neilsoun, younger, visitour of maltmen, Mitchell Spens, dekin of bonnetmakeris, Mathow Glen, dekin of baxteris, Archibald Patersoun, dekin of wobsteris, and William Watsoun, dekin of fleschouris, for thame selfis, and in

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 April 1689, 29 April 1689

    Tempo¬ ral in Parliament affembled, That the Defendants, Sir John Gell, Luke Glen, Thomas Alfop, John Fox, Marge- rie Glen, Ellen Bayly, Mark Stope, Gilbert Merry, An¬ drew Glen, Thomas Ely, William Jackfon, Sir Brian Broughton, Robert Jerome, Francis Wilkinfon, Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1703, 8 February 1704

    Ann. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. " Government. This is all the Mends I can make. I " thark God, I have repented; which gives me full " Hopes of Her Majefty's Pardon in all refpe&s, as " Subscribers-only content

    21 June 1742, 21 June 1742

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. Ordered, That morrow. Annefley's Petition, for hearing E. Anglefey's Appeal: the faid R.eport be received To- of IJtle T'orboll, David Sutherland of Cambufavie, Adam Sutherland of Sibbercrofs, John Rofe of Bellavraid, Sir John Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1746, 13 May 1746

    19 Geo. II. Journals of the Hoiife of Lords. Fo'C'g" Sail Clot!), Duties, Cities and Town* iliat are Count us, i regulating, Meffage from His Majefty, A Meffage was brought from' the Hotife of Commons, " ander T ord Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1746, 14 May 1746

    it) Geo. II. Journals of the Houfe of Lords, 5ail uties, Adjourn. to ill,.. divers of the Perfons named in the faid Bill, and^ of what they knew of their being in Arms, and appearing in open Rebellion, againft Subscribers-only content


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