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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 8 [Pauls Cross.] Faringdon Ward within. [Pauls burnt.]

    shew the Deceits of those Times, and the Guides Paul's Cross Sermons. J. S. Provision for Paul's Cross Preachers. E. Howes Chron. Paul's Steeple and Church newly burnt. Chaloner's Verses upon the firing of St. Pauls. J. S. Dean of

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    evil disposed Men; which is suggested by Edmund Howes , that set out with Enlargements, Stow 's Chronicle, after his Death; who in his Preface, mentioned some, that when he, the said Howes , had moved them to go on

    Book 2, Chapter 13 Walbrook Ward. S. Stephen's Walbrook.

    of St. Stephen by Walbrook . Painted Glass, and other Repairs in this Church An. 1613 . J. S. Edm. Howes Chron. Repairs. R. An Aniversary here held. J. S. Great Preaching here in Q. Mary 's Time for Popery.

    Book 1, Chapter 31 Honourable Citizens. Their Loyalty.

    Citzens Loyalty to Queen Elizabeth . The Recorder's Speech to the Queen in her Praise, Anno 1582 . Her Answer. The Cities Supply, Anno 1588 . E. Howes Chron. Pag. 744. Their Entertainment of King Charles I . 1641 .

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    in the Times when they were dispersed and scattered abroad, and conveyed away into His Death, and Monument, And Inscription. Mr. Bagford . Had a Wife and four Daughters. Edm. Howes 's Chron. His Character. Studious of Antiquity. His Library.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Girton Economic History

    18 a. of closes at Howes had its own sheepwalk in 1685 and 1746. 83 In the 14th and 15th centuries Girton had several prosperous yeoman families, such as the Anfleys, the Mabelys of Howes , 84 the Yaxleys, and

    Impington Introduction

    cottages were put up on other farms outside the village. 88 The parish included part of the medieval hamlet of Howes north of the Cambridge-Huntingdon road . 89 Old inclosures there covered c . 40 a. in 1806 . 90

    Girton Introduction Girton and Madingley c. 1800

    Histon to the north, partly from Impington to the southeast, including most of the closes around the ancient hamlet of Howes . 3 In 1985 Girton 's south-western boundary was altered to follow the line of the new motorway bypassing

    Girton Church

    1540s , 36 retained the living until his death in 1558 . 37 By 1279 there was a chapel in Howes hamlet, by the main road. Named for St. James , probably by 1386 , 38 certainly by 1463 ,

    The city of Cambridge Wards CAMBRIDGE IN 1958

    which hawgavel rentals of 1483-1524 56 are arranged. These were (1) the ward beyond the bridge, from the Cam to Howes End; (2) the ward this side of the bridge, including St. Clement and probably St. Sepulchre ; (3) Trumpington

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sie hail dine; thatwitness cooid go faster than her, andshle wonle hold the child; aiMd that her iame was MIiss Howes. Witness went to herinnotheinc and lelt the prisoner withi the child. W hea they returnedl, the irisorer alid tluid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Captain to tie Howes, acWdi.when he came on deck he tied Marley himself. Murley, Keating, and Howes, were on deck, and the Captain desired witness to watch, and not byl any means to untie them, or Howes, who was near Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BAN KRtUPTS. J. Mills, Camera street, Chelsea, currier. [Mayhew, Lincol's isin 6elds. C. Scbroder, Berner street,sugar-refiner. [Paterson, Mincing laile. 1. Howes, Norwich, grocer. [Bruttoo,New Broad street. G. B. Costde, lletton-le-Hole, innkeeper. [Wilson, Bloomsbury. V. ithodes, Stockport, corn dealer. [Tyler, Pump Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,I-a the afternoon heard the cry of a boy overboard. Heinlrgediately went on deck, and was told that the boy Howes had been sent on thes paiikr boom and fell overboard. It was extremely improper to::send sucl sa boy there Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Wakefield, Thee. HL, Fitrosy H. square Harrison, R. M., fleet street Webb, Henry, Nottingham Hastie, Archibald, West st. place Howes, W. Henry, Mincing Wilson, R., Drury lane lane Wilson, Richard, Drury lane K. Wornald, John, Fleet street Ketn, Wm. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOWE, Sir James, 2nd Bt. (c.1669-1736), of Berwick St. Leonard, nr. Hindon, Wilts.

    a minor Somerset gentleman from whom, in addition to his own line, were descended the Grobham Howes of Great Wishford in Wiltshire and the Howes of Langar in Nottinghamshire. Through this forebear’s marriage to the Grobham heiress, the family had

    BRETT, Charles (c.1715-99), of Greenwich, Kent

    November 1776 he vacated his seat at Lostwithiel, and was returned on the Government interest for Sandwich-at that time the Howes were high in Government favour. But on 18 Apr. 1777 Brett voted with the Opposition on the civil list,

    D'OYLY, Christopher (c.1717-95), of Walton-on-Thames, Surr.

    together with Burgoyne settled the plan and instructions for Burgoyne’s expedition.[footnote]In January 1778 D’Oyly protested against Germain’s treatment of the Howes: that his letters ‘were so cold and dry in respect to Sir William Howe’s successes in Pennsylvania, and left

    HOWE, George Augustus, 3rd Visct. Howe [I] (?1724-58), of Langar, Notts.

    she allowed the corporation to set him up against an opposition candidate. Newcastle refused his support and none of the Howes appeared at the election, though it was reported locally that ‘the women of the Howe family’, i.e. Lady Pembroke

    MORDAUNT, Hon. John (?1709-67).

    his commission in the army and began to look for a parliamentary seat in Nottinghamshire, where his wife’s family, the Howes, had an hereditary interest. In 1737, on the news that one of the Members for the county was dying,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 December 1775, 14 December 1775

    though duly ferved with the Order of this Houfe for that Purpofe :" *e And thereupon an Affidavit of Jehn Howes of Gray's Inn, in the County of Middle/ex^ Gentleman, of the due Service of the faid Order being read Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    de Duresme. Rofeto de Gretewych. Johi de Cotes. Rog'o de Weston de Derby. Johi de Lemynstf de Asshebourn. Henf de Howes de Derby. Johi Perbroun. Henf Randolf. Thome Sidher. Rofeto Elys. Johi Elys. Bartho de Thorp. Henf Tebbe de Normanby. Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    sup Tynam. RoDto de Gretewych. Johi de Cotes. Ro^o de Weston de Derby. Johi de Lemynstre de Asshebourn. Henf de Howes de Derby. Johi Perbroun. Henf Randolf. Thome Sidher. Rofcto Elys. Johi Elys. Bartfeo de Thorp. Henf Tebbe de Normanby. Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1825, 9 March 1825

    into the Sedbergh and Kirkby ** Kendal Turnpike Road, and out of and from the same " Turnpike Road to Howes, in the North Riding of the " County of York, and a new Branch from Ha'wes " aforesaid to Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1825, 10 March 1825

    the Sed- " bergh and Kirkby Kendal Turnpike Road, and out of " and from the same Turnpike Road to Howes, in the " North Riding of the County of York, and a new " Branch from Hawes aforesaid to Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.F.163

    (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Thornton in Lonsdale (Thornton in Lonesdale) : undefined Participant: JohnChambers [Chambye] Role: witness Details: male; 56 Location: Howes(Howes) : undefined Cannot identify Place(s): Kendal (Westmorland) Kirkby in Kendal (Kyrkby in Kendale) : undefined Participant: JohnDenison [Denyson] Role:

 

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