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  • * British History Online * *

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    Hamilton's Vindication

    Hamilton's Vindication Hamilton's Vindication, Anno . 1638. It will, no doubt, seem strange to see my Name in Print, standing so near these Men who are Interloculars in the succeeding Pages, their Profession and mine being of such different

    Supplement, January 1560, 23 January 1560-23 January 1560

    to the same." 2. Hamilton states that Lady Marrion Steward, sister to James III., married James, Lord Hamilton, and bare him a son and daughter, to wit, James, Earl of Arran, his father, and Margaret Hamilton, "your good dame," Countess

    Elizabeth, April 1575, 01 April 1575-30 April 1575

    heads Hamilton had to inquire of, before he brought Hamilton to my house. To the seventh: whereas he says that he knew no cause why Hamilton came to London, saving for his health, the contrary is before declared. Although Hamilton Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 9 September 1652, 09 September 1652-09 September 1652

    To George Hamilton , eldest Son to the said Archibald Hamilton , aged about Four Years, Inheritance to the Value of Two hundred Pounds per Annum ; upon Frederick Hamilton , the youngest Son of the said Hamilton , aged

    Corrigenda

    " 28 For 5, 1337 read 5, 1317. " 52 " 4 For Hamilton read Stanhope. " 63 " 9 For 14th read 1st. " 73 " 18 For Hunt read Hart. " 98 " 14 For 323 read 324.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Broomfield Education

    school for 26 children. 32 In 1835 it had 20 pupils, with a teacher paid by the Hamilton family. A Sunday school was attended by 18 children. 33 In 1846 a National day school had 20 pupils and a further

    List of maps and plans

    maps 3 6 Plan of the medieval village. Base d on Hamilton , Map ( 1664-1717 ), manorial documents, and deeds 17 10 Chelsea c . 1700. Based on Hamilton , Map ( 1664-1717 ), Tithe Map in Chelsea Library,

    Classes of documents in the Public Record Office used

    Proceedings C 1 Early C 2 Series I C 3 Series II Six Clerks Series C 5 Bridges C 7 Hamilton Placita in Cancellaria C 44 Tower Series C 47 Miscellanea C 53 Charter Rolls C 66 Patent Rolls Commissioners

    Classes of documents in the Public Record Office used

    THIS VOLUME WITH THEIR CLASS NUMBERS Chancery Proceedings C 1 Early C 3 Series II C 7 Six Clerks Series, Hamilton C 60 Fine Rolls C 66 Patent Rolls C 78 Decree Rolls C 115 Masters' Exhibits Inquisitions post mortem

    Classes of public records used

    CLASS NUMBERS Chancery Proceedings C 1 Early C 2 Series I C 3 Series II C 5 Bridges C 7 Hamilton C 8 Mitford C 22 Country Depositions C 24 Town Depositions C 54 Close Rolls C 66 Patent Rolls

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    George a Champlain. A Yr-oedd yn gydnabyddus gyda George Washington a Lafayette. Noda yn neillduol fel y gwelodd Alex- ander Hamilton lawer gwaith, yr hwn oedd yn un o gadweinyddion Washington, ac arferai drosglwyddo gorchymynion i'r fyddin y perthynai iddi. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fel hanesyddiaeth Eglwysig ag ydoedd yn y conic sections. Profodd un arall ei fod wedi clywed am enwau Mill a Hamilton; ond da genyf hysbysu iddo gael ei geryddu yn Ilymdost, ond yn gyfiawn, am ei eofndra yn siarad am Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AND DUBLIlW. Price Twopence Monthly. Registered for TransiLssionAbEoaad LA I N WO):RDS.: A Christian Miscellany. 1 Edited by the REv. HAMILTON MAGEE, assisted byMinisters and Members of different Evangelical Churches. I [MOFFAT AND COMPANY, LONDON AND DUBUTM. NEW BOOKS.- NOW Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EUGENIE. Cassel, Tachwedd 3ydd.-Gadawodd yr Ymer- odres Engenie Wilhelmshohe chwech o'r gloch prydnawn ddoe am Hanover. Gadawodd y Dduces o Hamilton a'r Dywysoges Monaco yr un pryd am Frankfort. Talodd y ddau Faeslywydd Can. robert a Leboeuf ymweliad a'r Ymerawdwr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d 3,AT nAD;eI RsLYR i eh &604 -S- 2 PY Upt# I'S r' Kr ; C (APEI.. NVWYDD Y MSTHDDISTIA yS. -; MOSEL ADDAi GER CORWE'. '-; L-oyD, idrapeO Corwen. Y 'ng;.ii i YXi - .fo-' E W Nid Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 1st November 1839

    they had. Two of my Gentleman would have to be sent to bring Albert over. The Duchesses of Ancaster & Hamilton went over to fetch Queen Charlotte, the farmer being the Mistress of the Robes, & the letter, her Lady

    Wednesday 8th November 1848

    a family "reunion" in Feodor's room including the Queen. Besides the Queen & her lady & gentleman, Mama et. Capt. Hamilton , who stays 2 days, Phipps & Wemyss dined - Lord Camoys sat next to me. Dear Eliza looked

    Sunday 20th May 1849

    work & did not care, as he expressed it, whether he was "either hanged or drowned." His name is William Hamilton , - he lives with Irish people & associates with them; he is a bricklayer, by trade, & a

    Thursday 14th June 1849

    A fine day. - Got up late, & in consequence got out later. - Hamilton was tried yesterday & sentenced to 7 years transpiration, instead of to 3 years imprisonment with flogging, which will not have the same degrading effect.

    Wednesday 20th June 1849

    came in, after a few minutes, led by her father & followed by 6 Bridesmaids. She was dressed in a Hamilton lace dress, with veil to match & a wreath of orange flowers. The Bridesmaids were dressed in White Muslim

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Barton Lodge

    constituted under a Dispensation from the Prov. G.M. of Upper Canada, on 20 November 1795. Notes (2): Now No. 6 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. Meeting Places Hamilton,Hamilton, (Township of Barton, Wentworth), Ontario, Canada West 1795

    Lodge of Strict Observance

    0 Lodge Number (1832): 833 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Now No. 27 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. Meeting Places Hamilton,Hamilton (Wentworth), Ontario, Canada West 1847

    Acacia Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1832): 954 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Now No. 61 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. Meeting Places Hamilton,Hamilton (Wentworth), Ontario, Canada West 1855

    Atlantic Phoenix Lodge

    Masonic Rooms, Reid Street, Hamilton, Bermuda, West Indies 1810 Freemasons' Hall, Reid Street, Hamilton, Bermuda, West Indies 1848 Coffee House, Hamilton, Bermuda, West Indies 1850 Town Hall, Hamilton, Bermuda, West Indies 1850 Freemasons' Hall, Reid Street, Hamilton, Bermuda, West Indies

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

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    K. Henry. 8. M. Patrike Hamelton of Scotland, Martyr.

    order of his processe as we receaued thēfrom Scotland, out of the registers.¶ The articles and opinions obiected against M.Patrike Hamilton, by Iames Beton Arch-byshop of S. Andrewes.Articles out of the Registers.That man hath no free will.That there is no

    K. Henry. 8. M. Patrike Hamelton of Scotland, Martyr.

    his processe as we receaued them from Scotland, out of the registers.¶ The Articles and opinions obiected agaynst M. Patrike Hamilton, by Iames Beton Archbyshop of S. Andrewes. Articles out of the Registers. THat man hath no free will. That

 

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