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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds.

    State for the proclaiming of Peace or War. They are to attend at Feasts of Kings or Princes, at Cavalcades, Coronations, Funerals, & c. of Kings , Queens, and Persons of Quality. And at these Times they are to be

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    the ancient Throne of their Kings, with their Crown and Sceptre , and offered them here at the Shrine of King Edward the Confessor . This Church hath been the Place also of Sepulture for Kings and Queens; as likewise

    Book 1, Chapter 24 CHELSEA COLLEGE.

    Works are not easily atchieved. Noah's Ark , God's Tabernacle and Temple, and famous Schools and Colleges, albeit founded by Kings and great Men, were long in building: And do we wonder that this College is not yet finished? Further;

    Book 3, Chapter 2 Cordwainers Ward. [S. Anthonines Church.]

    rich and beautiful Gallery, every Pane or Division of it (the Number of them 52.) filled with the Arms of Kings , Queens, and Princes of this Kingdom; beginning with Edward the Confessor , and ending with the Badge and

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    the Weight of one Ounce in the King's Name, as is customary in the Solemnity of theMass of the said EDWARD, as tho' the King himself were present. And to fill the King's two Halls at Westminster , in the

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Knights Templar Preceptory of Shipley

    a long list of household and farming implements, a small quantity of armour, twenty silver spoons, and 'a book of Kings and a book of Beasts,' the value of which was unknown to the jurors. The manor of Shipley was

    Alien houses West Mersea

    king's use and which the prior and others seized in defiance of the king's claim. Another whale was stranded on the soil of the priory in 1381 , and the sheriff was ordered 9 to seize it to the

    The later middle ages The city and the King

    with these other authorities as the context within which the mayors and their brethren exercised their responsibilities and powers. The king's most immediate stake in the city remained the farm of £160 yearly with which King John had burdened it.

    Houses of Dominican friars Salisbury

    time the kings and other members of the royal family had Dominicans as their confessors, so it is not surprising that for the first 50 years royal gifts poured in, nor that the local nobility followed the king's example. May

    Appendix Little Gidding

    he begged Ferrar to compile a Harmony on the Kings and Chronicles. He was equally delighted with this work when Ferrar sent it, saying it was a fit mirror for a king's daily inspection. Mrs. Ferrar died in the spring

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dignity oddiar urddio a dim arall drosodd. 3, Y mae i farw mor wirioneddol ar fliloreg o disine l4he of Kings." Tiiniwyd y mater Y mewn ysbryd rbagorol, ac yr oedd aeddfed- rwydd mawr i symud ymlaen er gwoeyd mwy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mae Mr. Nimmo yn dwyn allan argraffiad cyflawn- 'cabinet edition'-o weithiau Edmund Burke, mewn deuddeg cyfrol am bum' gini. Y gyfrol nesaf yn y Cambridge Bible fur Sehools fydd 'The First Book of Kings,' gan y Parch, Prof, Lumley, D.D. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following is a List of .lvpils who lave passed the above .Examination satisfactorily and obtained Prizes, Scripture. II. Book of Kings & Gospel by St. Mark. FIRST CLASS. 1 J S Roose 2 E B Roose 3 A Jones 4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RHAN 0 LYFRGELL Y DIWEDDAR c GOLEUFRYN." A. Academy, The. Vol. I.,-2s. Arnold, Thomas. Life and Correspondence of. By Dean Stanley.,-3s.6d. Arnot, W. 'The Anchor of the Soul,'-2s. B. Brown, John. Parting Counsels, an Exposition on 2 Peter,-2s. Boston, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Keil and Delitzsch on Pentateuch. 3 vols. 3s. 151. Do. On Joshua, Judges, and Ruth. is. 6d. 152. Keil on Kings. Is. (id. o53o. Do. On Chronicles. Is. 6d. Cl 154. Cassel on Esther. Is. Gd. 155. Hengensberg on Psalms. Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    may serve for all is that of a case which was agitated about 18 years ago in the Court of Kings Bench in England . Impropriety of the common one shewn by an example. 2 Burrow - 1125 . In

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GIFFORD, Henry (d.1592), of Kings Somborne, Hants.

    (d.1592), of Kings Somborne, Hants. Constituency Dates Stockbridge 1572 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Hants 1578-9, j.p. from 1583, provost marshal 1589. Biography Gifford was related by marriage to the Marquess of Winchester, the Kingsmills, the Wallops and the Nortons. His father,

    RIVETT (REVETT), Francis (c.1596-1669), of Kings Somborne, Hants.

    Francis (c.1596-1669), of Kings Somborne, Hants. Constituency Dates Hampshire 1654 Stockbridge 1659 Stockbridge 1660 Ofifces Held Commr. for defence, Hants. 1643, 1645, execution of ordinances 1644, assessment 1647-52, 1657, Jan. 1660-3, 1664-d., master of St. Nicholas hospital, Harnham 1647-56; j.p.

    STRODE, Essex (b.1646), of Westminster.

    bailiff.[footnote]Strode successfully contested Stockbridge in 1681 on the interest of his brother, who owned part of the nearby manor of Kings Somborne. He was appointed to the committee of elections and privileges and to that to recommend a better place

    HYETT, Clement (by 1534-72/74), of Wimborne Minster, Dorset.

    Wareham 1571 Wareham 1572 Ofifces Held Dep. steward, duchy of Lancaster, hundred of Kings Somborne, Hants, by 1561; gov. Wimborne g.s. 1563; dep. recorder, Melcombe Regis, Dorset by 1571. Biography Nothing has come to light about Clement Hyett’s origins and

    WARD, John (1670-1749), of Capesthorne, Cheshire and the Inner Temple.

    for appointing a committee to inquire into the conduct of the late ministry, declaring that ‘though his principle was that Kings can do no wrong, yet he was of opinion, that ministers were accountable for their maladministration’.[footnote] In June, however,


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