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  • * Victoria County History *

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    White Colne Charities for the poor

    1836 , £3 which was carried to the poor rate. 89 No further record of the charity has been found. Lamb . Pal. Libr., Lowth papers 4; E.R.O., Q/RSr 1; 32nd. Rep. Com . Char . H.C. 108, p. 643

    Little Horkesley Nonconformity

    some Methodists in the parish, and in 1818 about 5 or 6 nonconformists. 96 E.R.O., Q/SR 488/2. E. E. Estcourt and J. O. Payne , Eng. Cath. Non-Jurors , 63; E.R.O., Q/RRp 1/45. Lamb . Pal. Libr., Porteus Papers 26.

    Aldham Nonconformity

    D/ABV 2, f. 77. E.R.O., Q/SBb 33/2; S. H. G. Fitch , Colch. Quakers , 23; Lamb . Pal. Libr., Terrick Papers 14. Lamb . Pal. Libr., Randolph Papers 9. E.R.O., T/R 228; ibid. Acc. C764 (uncat.); P. Lewis ,

    Aldham Nonconformity

    D/ABV 2, f. 77. E.R.O., Q/SBb 33/2; S. H. G. Fitch , Colch. Quakers , 23; Lamb . Pal. Libr., Terrick Papers 14. Lamb . Pal. Libr., Randolph Papers 9. E.R.O., T/R 228; ibid. Acc. C764 (uncat.); P. Lewis ,

    Birch Nonconformity

    Primitive Methodists were recorded at Heckford Bridge in 1870 -1. 35 Guildhall, MS. 9583/2 , part iv; E.R.O., Q/SBb 33/1-2. Lamb . Pal. Libr., Porteus Papers 24; Randolph Papers 9; E.R.O., Q/CR 3/1/33 ; below, Copford , Nonconf. E.R.O., D/NM

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y geiriau" =An l ty gys " gain yr boll gorau. Can ddegiidl YMlr"gn y Pencerdd. Cydgan "Worthy :s the Lamb" (Handel),.gal yr hail gorau Ante D~sd noddfa " (Mills)ll an, yr ll gorau. . Setetos gan seindorf carris' Cauan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cfl- lenwad o fooh yr fawr, na'r gofyn ynt fywiog. Prisian biff o Ge. i la. Mn~ttos, Ic i ltd. Lamb, &e. i Go 69 ig lloi, co. i G. Beevn; los. i 11s. yr 20 pwys Poro, 11lsie lsy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyda yrcbydig gadiad ye mbrioiau agos bob math. Friccan bid, c}? i Sc. y pwyso Miottan, 7j i 9o. y Lamb, Sc. i %c. Cig l1id, 7jo. i Sc Bacwn, lls. 6c. i lis. 9c. y e score. Parc, lls. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;" "Unto us n ir 4 child is bornI;" 'Lift up your beads;" "Hale- ic Le Iwia;" "Worthy is the Lamb," a'r "Amen." n ? Unawdau: "Every valley;" "He shall feed his d I flock ;" " Oh! thou that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y caffomin *el- ed pa fodd y.bydd' yni gwelt ho menaaarill yn gyntaf.' I i wd gan l M TmasA Lamb I Rhoddwyd y gwelliaet i fyny, a ehbdwydpedair liaw i fyy!! heblaw llaw v rsad, deallwob. Yea rbodd- wyd Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 22 [Laws of ] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [the Market.]

    respective Market, as shall be provided for them, and there Sell and put to open Sale their Beef, Mutton, Veal, Lamb , Pork, Bacon, and other Butchery or Poultry Wares, or other Country Provisions, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Weekly,

    Book 6, Chapter 4 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    kill and put to Sale any Lamb , after the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel, before the Feast of the Nativity of our Lord, nor blow nor stopte the Kidney of any Lamb , upon Pain to forfeit 12d.

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 Hackney.

    As here on Earth her Soul enjoy'd a Heaven. Which to Perfection her strong Faith hath carried, And to the Lamb for ever blessed married. So that her Death's but Jacob's Dream exprest, A Ladder to convey her Soul to

    Book 5, Chapter 11 [Leathersellers.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    the Visitation 1634 . This Company by Patent from King Henry VII . had the Search of Calve-skins, Sheep-skins and Lamb -skins, Goats and Kid-skins, deceitfully wrought; and of all other like deceitful Works and Workmen touching that Mystery, in

    Book 5, Chapter 18 [Water-bailiage] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Rates.]

    4 Stock-fish, the hundred 1 Steel, the faggot 1 Steel, the firkin 1 Sheep-skins, the hundred 1 Skins, Lamb , the hundred 1 Sut, the load 2 Starch, the barrel 1 Staves

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ann Peach, Theft, 05/12/1744

    d. the goods of Benjamin Clayton , Nov. 2 . Benjamin Clayton . I keep a publick house at the Lamb near Turnstile in Holborn . The Prisoner at the bar called for a pint of beer, and wanted a

    Ordinary's Account, 16/06/1731

    Scranhan in Cornhill ; E. Midwinter, in St. Paul's Church-Yard ; C. King, in WestminsterHall ; J. Hodges on London-Bridge ; and J. Nurse, at the Lamb without Temple-Bar . Price stitch d 2 s, bound 2 s, 6 d

 

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