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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Nunn Ric., 218 -, benefactor, 16 Glyn : Clayton L., 243 Clayton W. F., 243 Elinor, novelist, 242-3 Henrietta, see Hollingbury J. Clayton , 190 Juliet, 243 Margot, 243 Thos., 190, 243-4 Thos. C., 243 Glyn Dwr , Owain, rebel,

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 3, 29 June 1643, 29 June 1643-29 June 1643

    Die Jovis, 29 Junii, 1643. PRAYERS. Much Hollingbury Rectory. AN Order for putting Wm. Hales Master of Arts, a godly, learned, and orthodox Divine, into the Rectory of the Parish Church of Much Hollingbury , in the County of Essex

    Index - H, 15 March 1643-24 December 1644

    pay him 1000 Marks for the like Sum imposed on him by a Fine in the King's Bench, 24 July. Hollingbury Much, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, 29 June. Hollyland , Colonel, 1643, Order for delivering him Money,

    Cases before the Committee, May 1650, 01 May 1650-31 May 1650

    by Henry, Lord Morley, and bought from the Treason Trustees by John Wildman. viz.: O.T.T. 103 135 24 March 1653. Hollingbury and two other manors, co. Essex, and Tedmanbury Manor, co. Herts. 18 815 O.C.T. 103 141 8 Sept. Washington Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    impressions were struck off. Its title is- " A Calendar of the Shakspearian Rarities, Drawings, and Engravings Preserved at , Hollingbury Copse, near Brighton, that quaint wigwam on the Sussex Downs, which has the honour of sheltering more record and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    daughtnr Lieutenant and Mrs. Hail, subject to she pay. ment by them of £3,000. to his estate; and h devises Hollingbury Copse for sale at an u1pset price of 6,000 guineas, but if it should not sell for thatsum within Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a challenge from M1. Pilotell, this involving a repetition and explanation of the original insult lhich -will prove highly sensationaL Hollingbury Copse, near Brighton-" for a nrmnber of years until his death the residence of tite distinguislhled antiquary and biographer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sere re- elected -TJ hs' Slayer announced the receipt of the follow- ing letter romt Dr. I lalliwell Phillipp4, of Hollingbury Copsc Lrraiott 'll" Iu the course of the suilmmer I hope to comnmeice the puiblication of a series of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by a friend, and we believ>e it has nowa passed into the careful custody of MT-r. J. 0. Halliweil-Phillipp, of' Hollingbury Copse, Brighton, whose unrivalled collection of Shakspereana is likely to be still further enriched by what seems to be Subscribers-only content

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