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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Northwood

    a long seaboard as the north-west boundary, which includes the bays of Thorness and Gurnard , the latter the landing-place of Charles II in 1671 . Gurnard 5 is a small village, mostly consisting of villas with a number of

    Parishes Telscombe PARISH CHURCH of ST. LAWRENCE TELSCOMBE

    10 In 1623 the earl sold the manor to William Garfoot , 11 who in 1630 sold it to Richard Gurnard , or Gurney, clothier of London , Lord Mayor in 1641 , when he was created baronet. 12 Sir

    Zoology Fishes, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals Pre-Historical Map

    , Euphr. 13. Grey Gurnard . Trigla gurnardus , Linn. 14. Red Gurnard . Trigla cuculus , Linn. 15. Sapphirine Gurnard or Tubfish. Trigla hirundo , Linn. 16. Piper. Trigla lyra , Linn. 17. Lanthorn Gurnard . Trigla obscura ,

    The liberty of Alresford

    with the crown until 1618, in which year James I granted them by letters patent to James Ouchterlong and Richard Gurnard . 73 Jesus House was the property and residence of James Apsdale in 1774 , 74 but the further

    Parishes Great Chalfield

    his third marriage, and in the following year his son Sir John Eyre sold the manor to Richard Gurney or Gurnard . 67 Gurney was a London mercer, an ardent Royalist, and a benefactor of the Clothworkers' Company and St.

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

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    Book 4, page 445 (1563)

    Iulian sayeth that the Saturday at nyght before þe death of Hun, Charles came home and brought with him a Gurnard, saying, it was for Hun, and Charles boye telled to Iulian, that there was also ordeyned a pece of

    K. Henry. 8. The storye and murthering of Richard Hunne.

    Iulian sayth, that the Saterday at night before the death of Hunne, Charles came home, & brought with hym a Gurnard, saying, it was for Hunne, and Charles boy telled to Iulian, that there was also ordeyned a peece of

    K. Henry. 8. The Historie and murthering of Rich. Hunne.

    Iulian sayth, that the Saterday at nyght before the death of Hunne, Charles came home, & brought with hym a Gurnard, saying, it was for Hunne, & Charles boy telled to Iulian, that there was also ordeyned a peece of

  • * British History Online * *

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    1541 London Subsidy roll, Langbourn Ward

    Robert de Crow ( £ 20) 10 uxor Sest (100 marks) 33 4 Roger Andrewes ( £ 30) 15 William Gurnard ( £ 20) 10 Robert Harris ( £ 20) 10 William Benyfold ( £ 20) 10 Nicholas Sympson in

    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 18 May 1644, 18 May 1644-18 May 1644

    ended, the House was resumed. Sir Richard Gurney, Leave to go to Tunbridge upon B ail. Ordered, That Sir Rich. Gurnard shall have Leave to go to Tunbridge , for Four Months, for his Health, as it was ordered Yesterday;

    General Index, G, 01 January 1651-31 October 1651

    Gurdon , Dr. Aaron, see Guerdon. John, member of the Council of State placed on committees John, Scotch min ister Gurnard Fort , Isle of Wight Gurney , Sir Rich. Gurney House , London money in, charges on soldiers at Subscribers-only content

    Aldermen of the City of London, Farringdon ward within

    25, 1634. March 4, 1634 Henry Andrewes, Haberdasher (S. 1632 3.) [Sworn March 6 ] 46 [Nominated: Sheriffs Harrison and Gurnard (Gurney), J. Cordell ] Died August 16, 1638. September 13, 1638 Thomas Atkyn , Mercer (Sheriff) S. 1637 8.

    Aldermen of the City of London, Tower ward

    Haberdasher (S. 1626 7.) M. 1637 8. From Castle Baynard. [Nominated: Alderman Moulson ( Lord Mayor ), Sheriffs Harrison and Gurnard (Gurney) ] Knighted May 27, 1638; died August 18, 1639. October 1, 1639 John Highlord, Skinner (S. 1634 5.)

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 December 1753, 6 December 1753

    27 Geo. II. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 173 And the Titles thereof were read by the Clerk, as follow: D IE Veneris, 70 Deeembris. •'s " 1753- " Copies of the feveral Afts and Proceedings made K Subscribers-only content

    20 December 1753, 20 December 1753

    the Arms of Sir William Leman, deceafed." " 10. An Aft for naturalizing John Ifaac Ba%ini " Lewis Ogier, Peter Gurnard, and others." "11. An Aft for naturalizing Frederick Von Gehren." " j 2. An Aft for naturalizing Ca/par Grevenkop." Subscribers-only content

    20 November 1753, 20 November 1753

    and Mr. Wilkinjon do prepare, and bring in, the fame. A Petition of John IJaac Bazin, Lewis Ogier, and Peter Gurnard, was prefented to the Houfe, and read : Praying, That Leave may be given to bring in a Bill Subscribers-only content

    23 November 1753, 23 November 1753

    and regu- pREDERICK Von Gebren, John Ijaac Baztn, Lewts ]ating a nighdy W'a£chand Beadlyes. and for repairingThe Ogter, and Peter Gurnard, took the Oaths appo.nted, Highways within the laid Parifli: And that Mr. Cooke Anno 27' Prayers. in order to Subscribers-only content

    28 November 1753, 28 November 1753

    Bill be read a Second time. An ingrofled Bill for naturalizing John Ifaac Bazin, Bazin's, tec, Lewis Ogier, and Peter Gurnard, was read the Third time. t- Refolved, That the Bill do pafs: And that the Title be, An Act Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sketches; or Iltems sinde tngic h Pose so the epbli.Bys Eye-Witness. Chops. X. -XTIC .Edwvard Gibbonz. More Fish itattle. Tice Gurnard Gronp. Shi Dloherts lsle, a Ballad. Tea Tohubte LiterotIire-Matin Parquhar Tetper's Works. Slavery to the SoetFes n Slates. By Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RXREABLAr- SGXiCDS Or A, Boy,-A vesnarkable casei e of suicide by a boy was investigated by the OCoroner atl r Gurnard. Isle of Wight, yesterday. The boy, the son r of a music-teacher named Stanford, liung himself behind g his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S2'OWSTORMS AND GALES. TERRIBLE SMPPG DISASTERS. GREAT LOSS OF LF DEATHS FROM EXPOSURE. The weather which has prevailed in Birmingham since ;.rday mornlag has been of a degree of severity seldom .,,or enced so early in the winter months. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    collection of BriltishiBirds Eggs, by Mr. r Abraibam Claphasm. - -: -S .-;-- - I F"shes,-A series of the Grey Gurnard, the Statry itay, the Dab, the Spotted Gunnel, the Plaice, the Five-bearded Rockilng, by Mr. Edward Johta Teale-The Flounder, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Angler, (Lophius pisca. I .h torius,) Mr. R. Phillips ; Specimnet of Diodion Athinga, F, pair of Dictylophorus Volitasn, (Flying Gurnard,) Speci- lemen of Sanros saurus, (Lizard-fish,) and Jaws Of the -4 aSwvord-fish, (Xyphius Gladius,) from Sr. Viticent's, Mr. B. Subscribers-only content

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