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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1529

    he is ane sterk young fallow and will nocht werk, under the pane of burning of his cheik. Jonet Heriot. Jonet Heriot is ordanit be the prouest bailies and counsall till decis and ces fra all baging in tyme to

    House of Commons Journal Volume 8, 1 February 1662, 01 February 1662-01 February 1662

    Servant to the Baron of Kinderton , one of the Members of this House, for taking a Distress for a Heriot due to the said Baron of Kinderton ; which he can only justify under the Baron of Kinderton 's

    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Helen's within Bishopsgate

    Hutchins 24 Humphrey Foorde 20 Henry Ward 10 Gylbert Kinder 16 John Wild 24 William Robbinson 24 John Slany 24 Heriot Washburne 29 Edwin Griffin 12 Michael Alexander 5 William Rutland 15 John Fuller 12 Thomas Turner 14 Edward Flood

    Extracts from the Records, 1510

    Lauder prepositus, Willelmus Foular decanus gilde, Andreas Elphinston de Selmys, Robertus Rynd,Patricus Richartson, Georgius Diksoun, Willelmus Hopper, Robertus Brus, Patricius Heriot, Willelmus Clerk, Johannes Merche, Walterus Chepman, et Jacobus Aikman, lineatores admissi, per Bartholomeum Wawane ab vna, et Cristinam Lamb

    Extracts from the Records, 1527

    merediem, in taberna Willelmi Adamson, testibus Willelmo Sym, Patricio Barone balliui, Michaele Blyth, Henrico Scot, Edwardo Hammilton, Henrico Blak, Alexandro Heriot, et Alexandro Tennent, in presentiis quo Johne Williamesone duelland in Osterdame, of his avne fre will, nocht compellit nor

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Launton

    Heriot consisted of the best beast. It was paid at the death of the customary tenant or at the expiry of his widow's free bench. A widow holding for more than a year and a day would also pay

    Little Wenlock Economic history

    Nooks and half-nooks owed proportionate fractions. Each tenant owed suit of court and paid tallage, and on his death a heriot was due, with a third of his movables, called terciary, an exaction usual oh the priory's estates. 30 The

    Parishes Upper Heyford SKETCH MAP OF UPPER HEYFORD C. 1800

    however, was the tenant who took up a virgate in 1375 , paid 14 s . yearly and owed heriot.Heriot and suit of court were usually the only services mentioned in the court roll, but in 1377 three days'

    Deuxhill Deuxhill in 1882

    1507 and 1532. Heriot and terciary were then, 32 and long had been, exacted from such tenan ts by the priory: in 1379 , 33 when Agnes of Deuxhill died, her prosperous peasant farm owed a heriot of 1 ox

    Bampton and Weald Economic history

    impleaded the farmer of the manor for attempting to increase services, claiming special status as tenants of ancient demesne. 1 Heriot was the best beast or 5 s ., and villeins owed 2 gallons of beer or 2 d .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appear. Itis said to he called The Fortune of ANigil, and that the story is connected with the history of Heriot, the founider ofan Hospital in Edinburgh. WHITEHALL CHAPEL.-A Currespondetit informs tlS, that the Bishop of London has appointed his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Mrs C5I&TTiRLe.Y) who aie 'made teruiiietherewith the Barber and bisWife of the original, ard to perorfn douhle dat. -f Heriot and-the roguish Scrivenet aie also preserved,a inse latter is ,workled up into a principal personage, a rapacious b -t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNITED PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, Sept. 26. The Marquis of WESTMINSTER presented a petition agreed to at tile Westminster meeting, praying their lordships to pass the reform bill. Every body was anxiously enquiring, ",what will the lords do Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to announce the death of Sir Robert Dundas, Bait. of Beechwosd, 'who expired on Mlonday last, at his livuse in Heriot row. Sir Robert's illness niust have been short, as lie was out on Saturdav; he was in the 75th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Their lordships met on Monday, when, after the, presentation of seve. ral petitions, the Stafford disfranchisement (witnesses indemnity) bill was read a second time.; both the Duke of WELLIwGToN and Lord MEl. BouRM: having Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 11 [St. Gregories.] Castle Baynard Ward. [Monuments.]

    Sacrum. Sanctissimæ & charissimæ Conjugi, Alisonæ Heriot , Jacobi Primrosii, Regiæ Majestatis in sanctiori Concilio Regni Scotiæ Amanuensis filiæ, feminæ omnibus tum animi tum corporis dotibus, ac pio cultu instructissimæ; Mœstissimus ipsius Maritus, Georgius Heriot , Armiger, Regis, Reginæ, Principum


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