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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks Hermitage of Goathland

    Houses of Benedictine monks Hermitage of Goathland 7. GOATHLAND, QUASI-CELL OF WHITBY The ecclesiastical establishment at Goathland was at first a hermitage. Henry I , 1 by a charter addressed to Archbishop Thomas ( 1109-14 ), Nigel de Albini and

    Hermitage The 'Priory' hermitage of Blackmoor

    Hermitage The 'Priory' hermitage of Blackmoor HERMITAGE 18. THE 'PRIORY HERMITAGE ' OF BLACKMOOR 1 Obscure though the early history of this house is it may reasonably be assumed that, originally a hermit settlement in the heart of the forest

    Parishes Hampstead Norris

    chapels here. A chapel of ease was built about 1835 at Hermitage in the south of the parish, which was called the Adelaide Chapel . 2 In 1840 Hermitage was formed into a separate ecclesiastical parish. There is a Primitive

    Houses of Austin canons The hermitage of Grafton Regis

    Houses of Austin canons The hermitage of Grafton Regis 15. THE HERMITAGE OF GRAFTON REGIS A beneficed hermitage or small priory of some importance stood near Shaw Wood at the extremity of the lordship of Grafton Regis , bordering on

    Faircross hundred Introduction Index Map to the Hundred of Faircross

    name of the hundred of Cottsettlesford. The hundred of Faircross seems to have taken its name from a spot near Hermitage , where two ancient trade routes crossed. One, a branch of the Berkshire Ridgeway , left the main track

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 5 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maior.]

    known than the proper Seal of the said J.S. The Maior pro tempore was constituted Custos and Protector of the Hermitage near Cripplegate , in 3 Ed. I. The Maior's Person is inviolable, and 'tis an high Crime to assault

    Book 3, Chapter 8 Faringdon Ward within. [St. Nicolas.]

    it, as would cover it. ] At the North Corner of this Street, on the same side, was sometime an Hermitage or Chappel of St. James , called In the Wall, near Cripplegate . It belonged to the Abbey and

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

    the Third . From thence towards Radcliff, up East Smithfield , by Nightingal Lane , (which runneth South by the Hermitage , a Brewhouse, so called of an Hermite sometime being there: beyond this Lane to the Mannor of Bramley

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Edward the Fourth ; but now the same is suppressed, and turned into Tenements. Near unto this Hospiral was an Hermitage , with a Chapel of St. Katharine, over-against Charing-Cross ; which Cross, builded of Stone, was of old Time

    Book 1, Chapter 4 Gates. ALDGATE.

    his Ships. Add concerning Aldgate , that near it antiently on the Wall was a Turret; whereon was placed an Hermitage ; which in the Reign of Edward I . was presented to the King's Judges at an Inquisition in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINE ARTS. MR. DEVIS'S APOTHiEOSTS OF THE PRINCESS CHAR. LOTTE.. Tuis picture is in the possession, and was completed tinder the iispection, of PRlilce LEOPOLD. It poUrtrays an acknowledged strOng likeness of the Princess, united with a look of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gaskill, Wigan. E. Dvickwortk, Ribehester, Lancashire, victsaller. Attornies, Messrs. Appleby and Sergeant, Grnv's-inn-cquare. W. Young end J. Renard, Down's Wharf, Hermitage, Middle- sex, wsharfingers. Attornies, Messrs. Beetlmine and Corn- thwaite, Siaple-inn. J. Firmstone, the younger, Hamlet of Lower Mitton, Worcester, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sale, superior Cape Madeira, that will astonish all Eng- land, 16s. per dozen, by six dozen, or 17s. lees quantity; Hermitage, 90s. per dozen; Old Crusted Port, 46s. East India Madeira, 50s. West India, 48s. Bucellas, 4os. a small quantity Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sale, superior Cape Madeira, that will astonish all Biug laud, 16s. per dozen, by six dozen, or u7s. less quantity, Hermitage, 9Os. per dozen; tld Crusted Port, 465. East India Madeira, 5Cs. West India, 48s. Bucellas, 4ts. a small quantity Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sion beefsteaks, chops, kidneys, brains (in patties), roast fowls, sallad d vtnolaille, partridges (red), aux troeiFfs, and other game, white Hermitage, and Chablis, Bordeaux (claret), Vin de Grave, Burgundy (of fair kind), ordinaire, Macoa, Beaun:, and Cbamp Berlin, red and Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Act for Explaining the Will of Joseph Banks, Esquire, deceased, and for impowering several Persons claiming under the said Will to make Jointures and Leases in such Manner as is therein mentioned., 11 June 1735

    Privileges relating to the faid jtww, as well belonging to the faid diffolved Abby as purchafed by himielf; alfo the Hermitage in #7/^//wfe jRww, with the other Dwelling-houfes and Lands there, and his feveral Dales, Meadows and Lands in v5/7////g/;tfj/ Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1771, 15 March 1771

    Encroachments and Ob- " ftruclions therefrom, and preventing the like for the " future; and for opening a Paffage from Hermitage " Street into Nightingale Lane, and for paving fuch " Paffage, and the Eaft Side of Nightingale Lane." Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1771, 22 March 1771

    Encroachments and Ob- " ftructions therefrom, and preventing the like for the " Future, and for opening a Paffage from Hermitage " Street into Nightingale Lane, and for paving fuch " Paffage and the Eaft Side of Nightingale Lane." The Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1818, 21 May 1818

    to the said Docks from the River " sent Suit; and also from the Precedents produced " Thames, at the Hermitage, as required and autho- " at their Lordships Bar, it appears that all Matters " rized by the Act Subscribers-only content

    8 June 1821, 8 June 1821

    Yes; those Wines are called Hermitage and Cöte Rotie ; there is Roussillon Wine also; but, according as I know the Taste of English Gentlemen and Noble¬ men, will not suit. Cote Rotie and Hermitage are very capital Wines; they Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Sea Captains' Lodge

    (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places St. Andrew's Cross, Hermitage, Wapping, London 1751 Salutation Tavern, Billingsgate, London 1761 King's Head Tavern, Fenchurch Street, London 1762 Nag's Head Tavern, Leadenhall

    St. Andrew's Lodge, again

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Bell, Thames Street, London 1797 Blue Anchor, Upper East Smithfield, London 1799 St. Andrew's, Hermitage, Wapping, London 1802 Coopers' Arms, Lower East Smithfield, London 1808 King's Head, Bakers' Row, Whitechapel Road, London 1816 Northumberland

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Robertus Lane, 22/4/1613

    Lane Forename Robertus Title Mr Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Presentation Date 22/4/1613 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Hermitage// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D5/19/21 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction / 0- 0 Comment Patron Details PATRON SUMMARY Patron

    George David Davis, 20/12/1833

    Forename George David Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 20/12/1833 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Clerical Status Location Hermitage// OTHER INFORMATION Source BRO, EP/A/13/2/1 (Curates licences) (Bound Curates' Licences) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Gray, Robert/Bristol 1827- 1834 Comment Value:

    Will'us Arnold, 0/0/1668

    Record ID: 65499 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Arnold Forename Will'us Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1668 Office/Status Curate Location Hermitage// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D5/29/3 (Visitation Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Salisbury, dean of/Salisbury 0- 0 Comment "non comp't"

    Will. Arnold, 0/0/1669

    ID: 65537 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Arnold Forename Will. Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1669 Office/Status Curate Location Hermitage// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D5/29/3 (Visitation Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Salisbury, dean of/Salisbury 0- 0 Comment "non comp't"

    Will'us Arnold, 0/0/1665

    Record ID: 66003 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Arnold Forename Will'us Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1665 Office/Status Curate Location Hermitage// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D5/29/2 (Visitation Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Salisbury, dean of/Salisbury 0- 0 Comment "non comp't"

 

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