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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Whitestaunton Plan of Whitestaunton House Showing the Medieval Building and its later Development

    17th century, and 20th-century development has been concentrated on Howley . There were four licensed victuallers in 1735 one of whom, John Meacham , evidently held the Rising Sun at Howley , first mentioned by name in 1766 . This

    East Donyland Church

    ii. 214; E.A.T . n.s. xix. 110; E.R.O., D/DU 315. Guildhall MS. 25750/1; Lamb . Pal. Libr., Lowth Papers 4, Howley Papers 48; Essex Map ( 1777 ). E.R.O., D/DEl T280; White's Dir. Essex ( 1848 ), 122; photo in

    Parishes Addington

    is of stone in the classical style, with a long front facing west. Various archbishops have made additions, particularly Archbishop Howley ( 1828-48 ), who made the house his principal residence and built a little private chapel in the north

    Paddington Paddington Green

    Place in 1840 , although Porteus Road and the parallel Fulham Place and Howley Place were already p rojected. Building agreements for some of the houses in Howley Place were made in 1841 and, with Matthew Wyatt , for some

    Wormingford Church

    23; ibid. D/ACV 9A, f. 67v. Lamb . Pal. Libr., Osbaldeston Papers 7. E.R.O., D/P 185/1/3. Lamb . Pal. Libr., Howley Papers 49. E.R.O., D/ACM 12. Inf. from Mrs. I. McMaster. Cart. St. John of Jerusalem , i, p. 308.

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 27 May 1643, 27 May 1643-27 May 1643

    Saturday last in the Night, I caused to be drawn out of the Garrisons, in Leeds, Bradford, Hallifax , and Howley , some Horse, Foot, and Dragooners, in all about Fifteen Hundred Men, and sent them against Wakefeild , commanded

    1582 London Subsidy Roll, Bridge Ward

    ( £ 200) 10 William Francklyn ( £ 50) 50 Clement Howlet ( £ 6) [ass. 14s. in Mddx. as Howley ] 6 Thomas Dutton ( £ 3) 3 Rowland Stockes ( £ 10) 10 William Hicson and his parteners

    Yorkshire Fines, 1500-1505

    Marshall Messuage with lands in Thornor. William Mirfeld, kt. John Mirfeld, esq., and Margaret his wife Manors of Morley, Fyncheden, Howley, Mirfeld, Hopton, Dygton, Batley, Boulton, Newstede, Wakefeld, Gyldersom, Kirkheton, and Little Smeton, and 50 messuages and 6 mills with

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 227, October 1589, 01 October 1589-31 October 1589

    one Clement Howley, for the reversion of a house in New Fish Street, called "The Sunne," they immediately held a solemn vestry, but found Her Majesty's request might not be yielded unto, without great prejudice to the parish. Howley had Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 497, February 1643, 01 February 1643-28 February 1643

    have to the value of 1,300 l . in money and goods, and yet threatens to deface the carcase of Howley [Hall ] . Whether I have deserved this usage God will one day determine, and how just it is Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the lessons which would restrain or balk the wordly appetites. We have not yet the Gospels according to Van Mildert, Howley, Blomfieid, and Ponsonby. We only say to the Clergy what they said to the laity, petitioning for mercy to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Church Establish- ment which has such a Bishop for the metropolis and' such an Archbishop for the kingdom as Howley and Blomfield. To proceed with the argument ; when Paley and others advocate Churich Estalishents the shold pove hatthese Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uno-standing even on the foot that is gouty-what gospel or epistle we are obliged to for the legislation of a Howley or a Blomfield; or by what sacred authority their holy- brother of Exeter sheds the sanctifying influence of his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Physician to the St Mary-le-bone Dispensary. Thomas Hodgkin, M.D., Physician to Guy's Hospital. Charles James Fox, M.D., 23 Billitersquare. R. Howley M.D., Physician to the Aldersgate street Dispensary. J. Campbell, M.D., Queen street, Cheapside. Amoa Middlcton, M.D., Senior Physician to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    official report on this subject is highly spoken of.-The other gentleman gazetted as an Assistant Commissioner is kV. H. Toovey Howley, Eiq , a Magistrate for the county of Southampton, acting in the Odihana division. He is also a deputy Subscribers-only content


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