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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1569, Jan-June

    Stewinsoun,thesaurer, to pay to Jhone Adamesoun the sowme of fourty merkis for the maill of his hous occupeit be Jhone Knox the yeir past, deduceand thairof the sowme of aucht pund debursitt be the said thesaurar in reparalyng of the

    Extracts from the Records, 1560, Jan-June

    delyuer to Johne Carnis the sowme of xl li. for furnesching of thair minister Johne Knox in his houshold, and becaus the said Johne Knox hes bene furnesit vpone Dauid Forresteris expenssis sen his cuming to this toun be the

    Elizabeth, October 1563, 01 October 1563-31 October 1563

    lordship. Edinburgh. Signed : John Knox. 3 pp. Holograph, also address. The latter very faint. Indorsed: 6 8bris 1563. M r Knox to my Lord Robert. Much injured and defaced by damp . 36. Knox to the Congregation. [Oct. 9. Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the Records, 1563, Jan-June

    and sclandarous wordis bayth of the doctrine and ministeris, and in speciall of Jhonne Knox, minister, sayand that within few dayis past the said Jhonne Knox wes apprehendit and tane furth of ane killogye with ane commoun hure, and that

    Extracts from the Records, 1561, Jan-June

    . Precept, knox [The dean of guild ordained to pay to "Johne Knox, minister, the sowme of fyftie poundis for supporting of his chargeis;" and the treasurer to pay "Robert Mowbray, heretour of the hous occupyit be Johne Knox," ten

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y daeth yir ysbrydoliaeth a roddes fodolaeth i Psalmau Coverdal', a'r eiddo Sternhold a Hopkins yn y nai1l, a Psalmydd Knox yn y llall. 'Ac - wrth edrych ar gysylltiadau Prydain A'r Cyfandir.y pryd hwnw, hawdd ydyw gweled mat o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pob coegyn*edi tewi, pob saethwi wedi ymnollwng, a'i enw, ei yindrech, a'i lafnr yntau yn ymddisgleirio mewn tanbeidvydd' gyda Howard, Knox, Charles, &c. Wedi i ni gaee caeg ar ei fedd, a marmor yn y coleg, er cadw 'i enw, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bresbyteriaid trwy y deyrnas yn ogystal, fel dydd coffadwriaeth trichanmliwyddol John Knox, arwr y Diwygiad yn Scotland. Mae ein darllenvyr yn gyifredinol, yn ddiameu, yn hysbys o enw John Knox fel un o brif gedyrn Protestaniaeth, fel cydoesydd a ohyfaill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o Ragfyr, 1873. Wrth hyn gwelir fod personau o safle unhel mewn eymdeithas yn teimlo ymhlaid . sobrwydd. I TRICHIANMLWYDDIAETHE KNOX YN AiRai.- - Cafodd y dydd hynod hvwn sylw mawr ymysg Presby- i teriaid America, y mis diweddaf. Yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stoughton, Parker, Angus, Rigg, y ,i Parch. Stanley Leathes, C. Stovel, o Loegr; y Drd. Arnot a Brown, o Scotland; Knox, o'r Iwerddon; J. Harris Jones, Trefecca, o Gymru; o'r Americanilid eu huuain, Dr. Hodge, prif dduwinydd yr oes hoa; Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stretton Established church

    by J. E. Knox of Kennington ; chancel floor inlaid with black and white marble; stone side-chapel arch carved by Robert Bridgeman of Lichfield ; octagonal font of Frosterley marble with elaborate wooden canopy, also carved by Knox ; stained

    Townships Huncoat

    church and well instructed in the duty of a Catholic man, he went away assisted by a collection of alms'; Knox , Douay Diaries , 99. Towneley MS. DD , no. 579. Lancs . Inq. p.m . (Rec. Soc.), ii,


    33 and by Smith and Forrester in 1854 . 34 In the early 1860's it passed to Pratt, Crewe and Knox , who worked it with the Botteslow Colliery. 35 F. E. Pratt was in sole control by 1868 36

    Parishese Broadway

    17thcentury L-shaped house of stone with an 18thcentury west front. Spring Hill was the residence of the late Major Vicesimus Knox , J.P., and Farncombe is the residence of Mr. William Skidmere Barrett. Sir Arthur William Blomfield , the architect,

    The City of Coventry Churches: Introduction

    ii. 55, 56-58, 340. Brookes, Bpric., Collegiate Ch., and City, 56-57 ; cf. E. A. Knox , Reminiscences of an Octogenarian, 1847-1934 , 163-4, 176. Knox , Reminiscences , 154, 161, 163, 180. Lond. Gaz . 1892, pp. 4569-82 ;

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 March 1704, 1 March 1705

    Cap- '* tain Thomas Knox, who is employed, by the Order of " the Lord Treafurer, to prevent a pernicious Trade " carried on in Ireland, of tranfporting Wool to France; " foKr which Purpofe, Knox was juft then going Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1738, 12 February 1739

    to enter into a Recognizance for Thomas Butler Efquire and others; for the fame Reafon. Knox, for fhe like Motion and Order, fox Ralph Knox, ofLondon, Gore & at. s jflercijantj t0 enter jnto a Recognizance for Dame Letitia Gore Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1757, 8 February 1757

    the Firfl Time. Plunket againlt Knox. Adjourn« The Anfwer of John Knox Efquire Son and Heir of Arthur Knox Efquire, deceafed, William Knox and Roger Volmer Efquires, the only furviving Executors of the faid Arthur Knox, to the Appeal of Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1765, 17 December 1765

    the faid Court of Seflion in Scotland, fiiall be deemed good Service. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of PPiTiiamKcox Knox of the City of Dublin Efquire ; complaining of an a8ain* .Order of Diimiffion of the Court of Chancery Subscribers-only content

    23 January 1766, 23 January 1766

    appointed. p The Houfe was informed, " That Bryan Kelly and peremptorily t< ot^ers Refpondents to the Appeal of William Knox to anlwcr » c t\ 11- re • i i • Knox's Ap- " of the City of Dublin Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KNOX, Hon. George (1765-1827), of Dungannon Park, co. Tyrone.

    1799 Abercorn decided to test his weight by asking government to except Knox from their threat to dismiss all placemen who did not vote for the Union, but Knox relieved government of embarrassment by voluntary resignation and helped to thwart

    KNOX, Hon. Thomas (1754-1840), of Dungannon Park, co. Tyrone.

    KNOX, Hon. Thomas (1754-1840), of Dungannon Park, co. Tyrone. Constituency Dates Co Tyrone 1806 211812 Ofifces Held MP [I] 1776-97. Ofifces Held Jt. weighmaster, Cork 1791-4; jt. prothonotary of c.p. [I] July 1794-1814. Ofifces Held Trustee, linen board [I]

    KNOX, Thomas (1786-1858), of Dungannon Park, co. Tyrone.

    of the claims of the Knox family on the government’, Knox’s uncles being then possessed of the bishopric of Derry, the richest in Ireland, the deanery of Down and a pension of £800 p.a.[footnote]In 1818 Knox was driven out of

    LOK, Henry (?1557-?1609), of London and Acton, Mdx.

    puritan upbringing, his mother being the friend and correspondent of John Knox. When she went to join Knox’s congregation in Geneva in 1557, she took him with her. After Knox had left Geneva in 1559 he wrote to Anne Lok:as

    KNOX, Hon. John Henry (1788-1872).

    Of his four sons, Edmond Sexton Pery Knox became an admiral and the other three, including his eldest son and namesake, were Members in this period.[footnote] Like Thomas and John James, John Henry Knox, whose army career apparently ended after


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