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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1576

    the morne [at ] x houris. 29 May 1576. Hart, wrang . Johne Kar is fund in the wrang and amarciament of court for turbelans done be him to Katerane Hart in streking of hir upone the mouthe with ane

    Corrigenda

    4 For Hamilton read Stanhope. " 63 " 9 For 14th read 1st. " 73 " 18 For Hunt read Hart. " 98 " 14 For 323 read 324. " 99 " 11 For he read be. " 128 "

    Errata

    1701. 1071 head line for Works read Stables. 1186 line 27 for expenses read expresses. 1198 line 19 for 480 l. read 480. Printed under the authority of His Majesty's Stationery Office by T. Beaty Hart, Ltd., Green Lane, Kettering.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 25 February 1606, 25 February 1606-25 February 1606

    Ancestors passed Bills : - Never an Imposition of Inheritance demanded. The Horse and the Hart did strive; the Horse got the Victory; the Hart at Liberty in the Forest; the Horse inherits the Saddle and Bridle. Mr. Hyde: -

    Corrigenda

    379 xiii, line 2. For "1701 1706" read "1701 1726." p. 459. At head of page . For "Hart, Charles" read "Hart, John." p. 460. Under "Hunter, Robert. Instructions of (K. George II)". For "659" read "660". p. 471. For

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : : : v ntbb. - TY YR ARGLWYDDI, Dydd Iau.-;Cyfarfyddodd eun harglwyddiaethau am-bump o'r gloch. Mewn f ateb- iad i Arglwydd Lyveden, dywedodd larll Granville fod pob rheswm dros obeithio y dygir yr anghydwel-. ediad presenol a'r ymsefydlwyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    death." Buasai yn dda genym ni pe buasai ein dethol. wyr wedi eyfnewid tipyn ar y pumed penill ye, emyn Hart (321). Y mae y gair " grov'ling," fel ei harferir yn awr, yn rhy isel, dybygem, i'w 'ddefnyddio -amA Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :' : "* i bs : b 1 Y AX ,,ARGLWYDDX, DyddIlau.-Yn ijr yr Ar- F giwvyddi, ddydd liu rhddwyysi e Festr y 'Fyddin,' mesur yr' -el~iidua a Sabbath,' a'ri'esur er ataliai trwyddeda tafarndai. T1 y bY-FtREI, Dydd lau.-Mewn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhyfedd . =(Al1a a Spohr's last Judgement).; 3. "Achieved- is* 44 glorious Wark " (Haydn's Creation) c)Ort3'A 1., "As the Hart pants" (42n fd psal (Penderlssh (d) Glees:-. "Ffarwel iti Gym d America) ;2. "Ffa rbag y CwvPa n J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d yn Crewe--. homn. AMRYWION. A M R- -.-IO . Heblaw ei ddarganfyddiadatt uniongyrchol, mae y Cymro Stanley wedi cree dyddordeb dwfn ymhlith daearyddwyr trwy ei ddamcaniaeth, enwog erbyn hyn, o berthynas i ffurf a chyfnewidiadau arwyneb Canol- barth Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 29 Interludes. Stage Plays.

    great Offence, and occasioned Disturbanecs. Whence they were now and then stopt and prohibited. So in the Year 1589 . Hart Maior, Complaint was made of them to the Lord Treasurer: who signified the same to the Maior. And he

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Bridge Ward without. S. Thomas Hospital.

    be many fair Inns for receipt of Travel- lers, by these Signs, the Spur, Christopher, Bull, Queens Head, Tabard, George, Hart , Kings Head, & c. Amongst the which, the most ancient is the Tabard, so called of the Sign,

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs without the Walls. Wappin.

    now thick built upon. ] Friday the 24 th of July 1629 . King Charles having hunted a Stagg or Hart from Wansted in Essex , killed him in Nightingale Lane , in the Hamlet of Wappin , in a

    Book 2, Chapter 13 Walbrook Ward.

    Armig, cui cum tres liberos superstites peperisset, è vita migravit. Martha Cœlebs expiravit. In Obitum viri verè, Venerabilis, Domini Joannis Hart , Equitis, olim hujus Civitatis Prætoris, & hujus Ecclesiæ Patroni, Carmen Funebre. Q Vis laudes memorare tuas? Quis facta

    Book 2, Chapter 13 Walbrook Ward. London Stone.

    of Oxford , Anno 1598 . to Sir John Hart , Alderman [after him to Mr. Humfrey Smith , Alderman of this City, who married a Daughter of the said Hart . ] Which House hath a fair Garden belonging

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

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    A godly Sermon of M. Latimers Carde.

    if he were here nigh, I woulde with al my hart go vnto him. This is a lawfull excuse before God on this fashion, That thou wouldest in thy hart be glad to reconcile thy neighbour, if he were present,

    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche.

    tree. Ex Prudentio Lib. Perisleph. This thirsty Hart, longyng after the water of lyfe, desirous to passe vnto it, through the straight doore of bitter death, when on a tyme he sawe his vigilaunt Shepheard, Xistus, led as an harmeles

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    blotted furth, for what purpose I can not tell. Then he turned the other syde of the papyr where Henry Hart had wickedly writtē against my true articles, whose hande and name I knewe as sone as I had sene

    Queene Mary. The story and lyfe of M. Latymer, Preacher and Martyr.

    occupy their tyme. M. Latimers Preaching of the Cardes in Cambridge.For the chiefe triumph in the cardes he limitted the Hart as the principall thing that they shoulde serue God with all: wherby he quite ouerthrew all hypocriticall and externall

    Book 6, page 1690 (1563)

    to the Papists again, for any perswading that could bee. And comming before thē at Cosens house at the white Hart in Colchester, she was at vtter defyaunce with them, and their doctrine, and so had as ye haue heard

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HART, Percival (1666-1738), of Lullingstone, Kent

    HART, Percival (1666-1738), of Lullingstone, Kent Constituency Dates Kent 1710 1715 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Kent 1706–7. Biography Hart came from a long-established Kentish parliamentary family, his great-grandfather, Sir Percival, having sat as knight of the shire in the 1601 Parliament.

    HART, Richard (by 1517-78), of Exeter, Devon.

    HART, Richard (by 1517-78), of Exeter, Devon. Constituency Dates Exeter Mar. 1553 Exeter Oct. 1553 Exeter Apr. 1554 Ofifces Held Town clerk, Exeter 1538-d., common serjeant by 1564. Biography Although Richard Hart claimed gentility, he probably sprang from a family

    HART, William Neville (1741-1804), of Westminster

    HART, William Neville (1741-1804), of Westminster Constituency Dates Stafford 12 Apr. 1770 1774 Biography Hart seems early to have entered the banking firm of Backwell, Hart, Darell, and Croft, of Pall Mall; and in 1765, on the death of his

    HART, Percival (c.1568-1642), of Lullingstone, Kent.

    HART, Percival (c.1568-1642), of Lullingstone, Kent. Constituency Dates Kent 1597 Lewes 1601 Ofifces Held J.p. Kent from c.1591, q.1601. Biography Hart’s grandfather and namesake, who died in 1580, was chief sewer and knight harbinger to four successive monarchs. Hart himself

    HART, George Vaughan (1752-1832), of Kilderry House, co. Donegal.

    was carried by six gentlemen of good property’. Government marked its approbation by entitling Hart to as much attention in county patronage as Lord Conyngham.[footnote] Hart was in the minority for Sumner’s amendment on the Camelford writ, 8 Apr., and

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TRANS.CP.1764/2

    Hart Location: Hart (Durham) Place(s): Hart(Hart) : undefined Participant: SamuelAther [Ather] Role: appellant Details: male; Churchwarden of the parish church of Hart Location: Hart (Durham) Place(s): Hart(Hart) : undefined Participant: ElizabethHuntley [Huntley] Role: appellate Details: female Location:

    CP.H.4918

    Employment: vicar of Hart Location: Hart (Durham) Place(s): Hart(Hart) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: Thomas Read [Reade; Read; Reed] Role: defendant Details: male; son of Richard Read Location: Hart (Durham) Place(s): Hart(Hart) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.H.890

    No sentence Outcome: Date: 20/11/1613 - 20/11/1613 People & Places Participant: Margaret Bromley [Broomeley] Role: plaintiff Details: female Location: Durham (Dunel') : diocese Participant: Michael Dunn [Dunn] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Hart (Durham) Place(s): Hart (Harte) : ecclesiastical parish

    TRANS.CP.1764/3

    Details: male Employment: Notary public; proctor in the consistory court of York Location: Durham Place(s): Durham : city Bow Lane (Lygate) : street name Participant: StephenWalton [Walton] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Hart (Durham) Place(s): Hart(Hart) : ecclesiastical parish

    TRANS.CP.1765/2

    Sherburn Location: Chester Le Street (Durham) Place(s): Chester Le Street (Chester le Street) : undefined Participant: AnneOvington [Ovington] Role: appellate Details: female; Widow; creditor of William Sober, deceased, late of Sherburn Location: Hart (Durham) Place(s): Hart(Hart) : ecclesiastical parish

 

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