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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Hertford Introduction and map

    The hundred of Hertford Introduction and map THE HUNDRED OF HERTFORD CONTAINING 1 THE PARISHES OF Parts of ALL SAINTS and ST. JOHN'S ESSENDON HERTFORD, including the liberties of HERTINGFORDBURY Brickendon and Little Amwell ST. ANDREW RURAL GREAT AMWELL STANSTEAD

    The borough of Hertford Introduction

    The borough of Hertford Introduction BOROUGH OF HERTFORD 1 Heortforde, Heorotforda (x cent.); Hertforde (xi cent.); Hurtford (xiii cent.). The borough of Hertford is situated 2 miles west of the main Cambridge road . From it a road runs north-eastwards

    Friaries Trinitarian friars of Hertford

    Friaries Trinitarian friars of Hertford 18. THE TRINITARIAN FRIARS OF HERTFORD Who founded the hospital of St. Mary Magdalene outside Hertford , afterwards a Trinitarian Friary, is not known, but it was in all probability one of the earlier owners

    The borough of Hertford Castle, honour, manors, church and charities

    The borough of Hertford Castle, honour, manors, church and charities CASTLE, HONOUR AND MANOR The vill or manor of HERTFORD was demesne of the Crown and was granted by William I as the 'lordship of Hertford ,' 1 together with

    Parishes Hertford (All Saints' & St John's )

    which he had endowed the abbey. 109 The manor of Hertford Priory was styled in 1637 'the manor of Hertford Priors otherwise called the manor of the Priory of Hertford and now or late called or known by the name

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CLARKE, Sir Thomas (c.1672-1754), of Brickendon, Herts.

    Brickendon, Herts. Constituency Dates Hertford 1705 1710 Hertford 24 May 1715 1722 Hertford 22 Jan. 1723 1741 Biography Clarke, a lawyer, was the son of a London merchant who bought an estate three miles from Hertford. Soon after coming of

    HARRISON, George (1680-1759), of Balls Park, nr. Hertford.

    HARRISON, George (1680-1759), of Balls Park, nr. Hertford. Constituency Dates Hertford 23 Jan. 1727 1734 Hertford 1741 2 Dec. 1759 Biography George Harrison, who succeeded his brother at Hertford in 1727, did not stand in 1734, but was returned for

    Hertford

    Hertford Borough Background Information Right of Election: in inhabitant householders and in the freemen Estimated number qualified to vote: about 800 NICOLSON CALVERT 7 Mar. 1820 JAMES BROWNLOW WILLIAM CECIL, Visct. Cranborne 7 Mar. 1820 THOMAS BYRON vice Cranborne,

    Hertford

    Hertford Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen and the inhabitant freeholders JAMES COWPER 4 Apr. 1660 ARTHUR SPARKE 4 Apr. 1660 (SIR) EDWARD TURNOR 25 Mar. 1661 THOMAS FANSHAWE 25 Mar. 1661 SIR THOMAS BYDE vice

    Hertford

    Hertford Borough Background Information Right of Election: in inhabitant householders and in the freemen CHARLES CAESAR 25 Jan. 1715 RICHARD GULSTON 25 Jan. 1715 Sir Thomas Clarke 25 Jan. 1715 John Boteler 25 Jan. 1715 CLARKE 25 Jan. 1715

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 26 Christ's Church Hospital. Their Diet; And good Orders.

    be considerable Numbers belonging to it, which are sent out and provided for in the Country; viz. at Ware and Hertford , in Hertfordshire . And they are of the least and youngest sort; and afterwards brought home to London

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Clapham. Camberwell.

    Richardus Atkins, Baronettus, (filius & Hæres dicti Richardi) duxit in uxorem Elizabetham filiam Thomæ Bide de Ware Park in Com. Hertford . Militis. Maria Atkins , Reverendo in Christo Patri Gulielmo ( Moreton ) Episcopo Kildarensi in Hibernia nupta est.

    Book 1, Chapter 31 Worthy Aldermen and Citizens. Their Loyalty.

    Corporation of Cambridge was accused before the King and Lords, for complying with the Rebels of Essex , Kent and Hertford ; their Council pleaded against the Jurisdiction of the Lords House , in the Point of Treason, and the

    Preface 4 STOW'S Epistle Dedicatory.

    they were born, or dwelt; Of which none that I know (saving Mr. Morden for the Counties of Middlesex and Hertford ) have vouchsafed their Labours to the common good in that Behalf. And therefore concurring with the first, in

    Book 2, Chapter 8 Cornhil Ward. St. Michael. Interments.

    to the Church; not performed but concealed. A handsome Monument in the Wall of the Chancel, the South side. * Hertford . A. M. A very fair Monument richly gilded, in the Chancel Wall on the North side. His Picture

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr hyn a ddylai fod telerau gosod- iad tir, deddfau helwriaeth, &c. Ymddengys fod y dwymyn wedi cyraedd i swydd Hertford a manau eraill, ac mewn cyngoer amiaethyddol y dydd o'r biaen pasiodd yr aelodan farn condemn- iad ar y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    terbury. Etholwyd ef yn ysgolor ("demy") o Goleg Magdalen yn Rhydychain, yn 1843. Enillodd y ddwy ysgoloriaeth a elwir yr "Hertford" a'r "Ireland" yn 1844. Cymeroddy radd o B.A., yn 1847,yn ydosbarth cyntaf. Enillodd y wobr amy traethawd Saesneg goreu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn griddfan o dan feichiau gorthrymus y deddfau anghyfiawn hyn. Ond y mae yn dda genym ganfod symudiad yn swydd Hertford ymysg y Nimrodiaid en hunain ag sydd yn de- byg o arwain i ganlyniadau pwysig. Ar gynyg- jad Iarll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ystod y blynyddoedd diweddaf, cynryebiolid ei Mawrhydi gao Ddirprwyaeth Frenhino1, cynwyeedig o'r Arglwydd Granvilie, Iarll Beauchamp, Iarll Brad- ford, Ardalydd Hertford, ac Arglwydd Skelmersdale. Tr YR A11GIWYDDI,-Wedi gwysio aelodau Ty y Cyffredin i'r Ty Uchaf oddeutu dau o'r glech, darllen- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Spenscer. ficer St. Matthews, Mary-le- ysb bone, wedi bd yn pregethu y dydd uor blaen mewn Ws cepel Cynulleidfaol yn Hertford, er cynal gwyl cyd g--ffadwriaethol am ddechrtnad yr achos yno, sef 201 1o0 o fivnyddau yn ol. yn WVlrLIAM Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 13th May 1839

    and unable to sign a Commission which was wanted in the House of Lords. William Cowper had been down to Hertford and returned. The House of Lords immensely full, Lord M. said. “Must say something one day,” he said; “having

    Monday 28th June 1841

    me. He gave good news from the Country, & also from the City. Talked of the elections &c, of the Hertford one, being probably our today. - Went down to Louise for a little while. Later, played on the piano.

    Sunday 22nd September 1839

    church, which was too bad; and at his being fidgety and noisy when he did go; that the Clergyman at Hertford had complained of his never going; of some Clergymen having written to reprove Lord Londonderry for fighting a Duel;

    Friday 24th May 1839

    J.R. was greatly for it, I said. “I understand they say now, they're sorry they opposed William so much at Hertford ”, said Lord M. He hears Captain Cust was very active against him. Talked of it's being J.R.'s and

    Friday 30th July 1841

    - At ½ p. 12, we went down & received, each of us, Addresses from the town & Cc of Hertford . It was in the Gallery, & everyone was there, excepting Ld Melbourne, & Ly Palmerston , who had

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

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    K. Edward. 6. The prayer of K. Edward. A letter and Protestation of Lady Mary.

    Paulet Controller of your house. The effect whereof was, that I should wyth all diligence remoue vnto the Castell of Hertford. Whereupon I desired him to see the same letter: which he shewed me. Wherein was written, that the Lady

    K. Edw. 6. The prayer of K. Edward. A letter and Protestation of Lady Mary.

    Paulet Controller of your house. The effect wherof was, that I should with all diligēce remoue vnto the castle of Hertford. Wherupon I desired him to see the same letter, which he shewed me. Wherein was written, that the Ladye

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Churche.

    was, that I knew non. Then they asked me of my lady of Suffolk, my lady Sussex, my Lady of Hertford, my Lady Denny & my lady Fizwilliams. I said, if I should pronoūce any thing against them, þt I

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.An. 1521.Ex Registr. Io. Longland. Lincol.Accusers.Parties accused.Crimes obiected.Iohn Mordens wife.Richard Ashford.VVilliam Litlepage, prentise some-time of Iohn Scriuener.Emme his wife.Iohn Scriuener.IsabellMorwin.For teachyng Coplandeswife her errours.ThomasHalfakersworne v-pon hysothe, dyddetectethese na-mes herefolowing.Iohn Milsent, andhis

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne. An. 1521.Ex Regist. Io. Longland Lincoln. Accusers. Parties accused. Crimes obiected. The fore-said Tho.Holmes de-tected. Iohn Frier, seruaunt to M. Pen.Iohn Morwen and Isabell his wyfe.Elizab. Houer, wyfe of Henry

 

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