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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 31 Honourable Citizens. Loans.

    and your Lordships, then to yield and submit himself Prisoner again at your Lordship's Command. But we are in good Hopes so to prevail with him by our good Persuasions and Endeavours, as to win him to that Submission, as

    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds.

    so many that had spent both their Youth and Wealth in her Service, and overthrown their better Fortunes by the Hopes and Expectations of Preferment here, when it fell. And that this was for a long Series of Time the

    Book 1, Chapter 17 Tower of LONDON. Stealing the Crown.

    as taken in so flagrant a Crime, that no Plea could possibly lie in favour of his Life, nor no Hopes could be so impudent as to expect it. Observe then what he doth. He maketh a voluntary Confession of

    Book 1, Chapter 27 SUTTONS's Hospital.

    ever was given in England by one Man, and to pious uses. Mr. Sutton died before he could see his Hopes take their effect. The Executors to Mr. Sutton . A very costly and beautiful Tomb in the West side

    Book 3, Chapter 9 [St. Mildreds.] Breadstreet Ward. [Monuments.]

    Towards us, insomuch that Rome and Spaine, This Land accounted their assured Gaine. But marke how God did quite their Hopes confound, Both Ships and Men we did see flee and drown'd. Queen Elizabeth 's Monument. Marvell not why we

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'r G fidde ~yna~wdd a waitl Coleridge; unarddeg weda hoandln f6mas Morrie, gyda Meistri 9des ; & Jep, L !*im Hopes, o Groesoawalit, yn gyr-j , gadd yn Unig a ddaeth ymlaen i el3mrer v b i ,ddetoion o Fantasia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    perwyl, " Fod y Gyideithasfa yn dymuno cefnogi yr yandrechion a wneir i sefydlu Temlan, y Plant a Band of Hopes, a phob moddion eraill at wrthweithio drygau y fasnach feddwol." Parch. ID. Edwards wrth gefnogi y cynygiad a sylw- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    newid tipyn ar y math o ganenon salw, di-afsel, di-chwaeth, a syml, a genir yn ysgolion dyddiol a Band of Hopes ein gwlad. Caqigymeriad ydyw meddwl nas gall plant ddysgr darnau anhawdd felyr Hallelnjah Chorus. Hfyddleton. Hall, Ivndain.-Cafwyd cyngerdd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yu wir fod liawer o latur yn oaes er n y gydyweryd g r yplant yn.yr ermwysi a'r Band of Hopes, r y wae hyag y mae yn ddal, mao yn w di c end dymn syod yn ode s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    geisio gwaith syda pliethan mwy difadd, a pheryglI6 i'w crefydd. Dylid ymdxechu en dwyn i weithio gyda y Bcvtd of Hopes, cyfarfodydd darllen, ac yii neilldnol eyfarfodydd gweddi y bobl ieuainc, ac i gvnal cvf- &rfo(dyd gweddi weithiau yn nhai Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes West Rounton

    John Strangways paid subsidy for their lands in 'West Rungton cum Ireby and Standfray.' 16 The families of Fox, 17 Hopes , 18 Warcop 19 and Lascelles 20 all dealt by fine with messuages and lands here in the 16th

    Sheen SHEEN 1994

    . Eccl. Revenues , 497. P.O. Dir . Staffs . ( 1850 ); Law, Beresford Hopes , 185. L.J.R.O., B/V/6/ Sheen , 1853; Law, Beresford Hopes , 186-8; above, plate 20. Nicoll, Sheen , 58-9; Lich. Dioc. Regy., Bp.'s Reg.

    Twentieth century Chester 1914-2000 Town planning and the built environment, 1918-39

    the cost, but in 1931 the financial crisis halted the project. In 1935 work was resumed on the same terms. Hopes of a rapid conclusion were, however, dashed by the outbreak of war. 12 By the early 1920s there was

    Later medieval Chester 1230-1550 City government and politics, 1350-1550

    the main civic offices were dominated by a relatively small group of families, mostly merchants, such as the Blunds, Bellyetters, Hopes , Hattons, Ewloes, and Whitmores. Mayors generally held office repeatedly. John Blund , for example, was mayor for eight

    Parishes Benington

    Hill . Great Brookfield Common , Lamsden Common, and Leatherfield Common lie in the south of the parish, with Small Hopes Wood and Stocking Spring to the north of the last. Moon Leys Spring is on the south-eastern border. Slipes

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOPE, John (d.c.1599), of Broughton Hall, Hawarden, Flints.

    1584 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Flints. 1585-6, j.p.q. by 1593. Biography The Hopes were relative newcomers to Hawarden, their rise to county status being largely due to prudent marriages. Hope was related through his mother to the Pulestons of Emral, and

    HOPE, Henry Thomas (1807-1862), of The Deepdene, Dorking, Surr. and 1 Duchess Street, Mdx.

    and Westminster Bank. Ofifces Held Dep. recorder, East Looe 1830. Biography Hope came from a Scottish family, related to the Hopes of Hopetoun and Craighall, who had migrated to the Netherlands in the seventeenth century and became merchants in Rotterdam.

    HALES, Sir Thomas, 3rd Bt. (?1694-1762), of Bekesbourne, Kent.

    and applied to Newcastle for a pension. On 11 Mar. 1761 Newcastle noted about Hales: ‘Two sons and four daughters. Hopes to have £800 per annum amongst them till something may fall to provide for some of them.’ And on

    HOPE, John (1739-85), of Craigiehall, Linlithgow.

    1761-8. Biography In 1752 Hope was sent to Holland to be initiated into business in the great house of the Hopes of Amsterdam, his distant kinsmen. His seven years’ residence abroad were, he believed, the formative part of his life,

    HERRIES, Sir Robert (1730-1815), of Richmond, Surr.

    London Exchange Banking Company for handling the ‘circular exchange notes’ (prototype of travellers’ cheques) which Herries had invented. Through the Hopes, the Company established a network of exchange facilities extending from Lisbon to Moscow.Herries successfully intrigued against Thomas Walpole and


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