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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Note on abbreviations

    Office L.M. London Museum L.M. Lay . London Museum , Layton Collection L.P.A . Later Prehistoric Antiquities of the British Isles ( British Museum , 1953) Lysons, Environs of Lond . D. Lysons , The Environs of London ( 1792-6

    Hospitals Hospital of the Holy Sepulchre, Nottingham

    There was an early-founded order of canons regular of the Holy Sepulchre, which had several small houses in the British Isles , the first of them being established at Warwick . 96 This order was specially connected with the pilgrims

    Introduction

    of Glastonbury , ed. J. Scott ( 1981 ), 24; John of Glastonbury , Chronicle , ed. J. P. Carley ( 1985 ), xxxix, 1, 59, 63-5; G. Ashe , Mythology of the British Isles ( 1990 ), 208, 210.

    Greenstead Church

    . He was persuaded to return them to the church but they were lost in a shipwreck off the Scilly Isles on their return journey in 1871 . 9 Hanging in the nave is a round-headed wooden panel on which

    Agriculture

    beaten, and their robust constitutions and early maturity make them highly esteemed for crossing purposes all over the Bri tish Isles . They feed readily and are by far the heaviest wool-producers of Down type known to the British agriculturist.

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Preface 3 The Preface.

    of thirteen Chapters; Beginning thus, De Britaigne, que ore est appele Engleterre, & qui est si benure sur toutes autres Isles ; & qui est si plentiuous de blez & des arbres, & large de boys & de rivers &

    Book 1, Chapter 20 TOWER of London. Office of the Records.

    Fishing therein, without Licence from England ; proved by several Prescriptions, and Records before the Conquest: The Interest of the Isles of Man, and of Jersey , Guernsey , Sark and Alderney , being the only remaining Parts of the

    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward. Monuments in S. Augustines.

    John Ellsworth , Sept. 7. 1700 . Aged 77. At the East End of this Dutch Church between the two Isles , is a Rising with several Steps both from the North and South Sides , and likewise on the

    Book 5, Chapter 17 [Merchants.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [of the Canaries.]

    the other Companies of Merchants. These Merchants trade to all the seven Islands anciently called the Fortunate Isles , and now the Canary Isles , which are these following, Grand Canaria, Teneriff, Palma , Gomera, Iterro, Lanzeroce, and Fuerta Ventura.

    Book 5, Chapter 17 [Merchants] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [of Russia.]

    Parliament, have been at vast Charges in fitting out great Numbers of Ships, for the discovery of New Countries and Isles : And in fact have discovered several Countries, the Trade whereof, is of very great advantage to this Nation:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod, yn enwedig yn y parthau ag yr oedd y hong bellach wedi eu cyraedd, sef cym- ydogaethau y Scilly Isles. Heblaw y niwl dis- ! gynodd y nos hefyd ar y llestr anffodus o'r diwedd, fel ag i'w gadael Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    perchenog y liestr Catherine Griffiths, perthynol i Borthmadog, fod y ]long wedi mYned yn ddrylliau nos Lun ar y Seilly Isles, a bod yr holl ddwylaw, ond un, yr hwn oedd yn forwr Aws- triaidd, wedi boddi. Ymddengys ei bod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hen batrieirch ein euro mewn cymeryd observations. Y ma gan y morwyr ryw bwyntiau, megis Caergybi, Land's End, a'r Western Isles, i sierhan eu safieoedd ar y mor. Y mae y gofalus yn codi tir er sidrhau ei position; cyfyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mai yr 8fed, a chan y bydd y Cyfar- fod Miso1 nesaf yn cael ei gynal mewn lIle pur anghyf- Isles. trefnwyd i'r-arholiad gymeryd lie yn festri Penuel, Pontypridd, fel 'lle -eanolog i'r arholwyr, a'r dynion ieuanc, ac i ddechreu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones. Llanfaircaereinlon, wedi ei ddewis yn rhroleidd i'w ordeinio eteni."-W. WILLIAMS, Yg.- LANCASIEas.-"With regard to Sec. 5. in Rule V.'oafthe Isles d of *te Ministers' Fend, it wns iigreed--That the Presbytery bh prefers the payment of a inin of mo Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GODOLPHIN, Francis (1706-85), of Baylis, Bucks.

    1741 17 Jan. 1766 Ofifces Held Lt. gov. Scilly Isles 1739-66, gov. 1766-d.; recorder, Helston 1766-d. Biography Godolphin was heir to his cousin Francis, 2nd Earl of Godolphin, and to the barony created in January 1735. George IIdid not at

    EGERTON, William (c.1730-83).

    Ofifces Held Gent. usher to Princess Dowager of Wales 1761-72; yeoman and clerk of jewel office 1761- d.; lt.-gov. Scilly Isles 1776-9. Biography Egerton sat for Brackley on the Bridgwater interest; voted with the court (his one known vote in

    GODOLPHIN, Francis (1706-85), of Baylis, Bucks.

    Jan. 1766 Ofifces Held Recorder, Helston 1766- d.; lt. gov. Scilly Isles 1739-66, gov. 1766- d. Biography Godolphin sat on the family interest at Helston. Under George II he counted as a Whig, and Dupplin in 1754 classed him as

    GODOLPHIN, William I (by 1518-70), of Godolphin, Cornw.

    relief Cornw. 1550, church goods 1552, goods of churches and fraternities 1553, assessionable manors 1563; sheriff 1549-50, 1568-9; capt. Scilly Isles in 1549; v.-adm. Cornw. 1551; j.p. 1554-d.; custos rot. 1562-d.; dep. lt. 1569. Biography The Godolphins had been seated

    PROWSE, Robert (d.1592), of Helstead and Barnstaple, Devon.

    the Marlyn, paying duty at Barnstaple on the cloth and at London on 10 cwt. of wax. Off the Scilly Isles one of the Queen’s ships boarded her and took off some of the cargo, no doubt suspecting evasion of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 June 1817, 20 June 1817

    Civil or Military, within the United " Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Dominion " of Wales, Town of Benvic/c-upon-Tweed, Isles of " Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sarke, and Man, and " also in all and every of His Majesty's Foreign Subscribers-only content

    24 June 1817, 24 June 1817

    or Military, within the United King- " dom of Great Britain and Ireland, Dominion of " Wales, Town of Ber'wick-upon-T'weed, Isles of " Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sarke and Man, and " also in all and every of His Majesty's Foreign Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1817, 27 June 1817

    or Military, within the United King- " dorn of Great Britain and Ireland, Dominion of ** Wales, Town of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Isles of " Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sarhe, and Man, and " also in all and every of His Majesty's Foreign Subscribers-only content

    21 January 1819, 21 January 1819

    en- suivant. Les Recevours des Petitions de Gascoigne et des autres Terres et Paus de par la Mer et des Isles: Messire Richard Richards, Chevalier, et Chief Baron de PExchequer du Roy. Messire Robert Graham, Chevalier. Messire John Campbell, Ecuyer. Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1820, 27 April 1820

    procheinment ensuivant. Les Recevours des Petitions de Gascoigne et des autres Terres et Pays de par la Mer et des Isles: Messire Richard Richards Chevalier et Chief Baron de PExchequer du Roy. Messire Robert Graham Chevalier. Messire John Campbell Ecuyer. Subscribers-only content

 

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