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  • * British History Online * *

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    TOLETAN, Lambert

    Lambert TOLETAN Lambert TOLETAN Biography Name Lambert TOLETAN (TOLETON) Gender Male Period of medical practice 1545-1565 Other notes Punished 1555 as friend of CORNET (189, q.v.). Censorial hearings 1555-6 Entry 'There were examined and punished ... Lambert Toletan'. Action taken

    Errata

    * read [Vormuyden ? ] . 259, 7 " " for Plumby read Plumly. 268, 12 lines from top, for Lambert read Lawrence. 269, 14 " " before 111 insert 106-. 282, 18 lines from bottom, for Cougham read Congham. Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 18 February 1652, 18 February 1652-18 February 1652

    Business, Tomorrow Morning; nothing to intervene. Grant to Lambert. Resolved , That in an Act of this present Parliament, intituled, An Act for the settling certain Manors and Lands upon Major-General John Lambert , and his Heirs; and upon Isaac

    House of Commons Journal Volume 8, 23 November 1661, 23 November 1661-23 November 1661

    And to send for Persons, Papers, and Records. Vane and Lambert. Mr. Tompkins made Report from the Committee appointed to attend his Majesty for remanding Sir Henry Vane , and Lambert , and the Persons attainted, That according to the

    Minute Book, May 1662, 01 May 1662-31 May 1662

    said county. Said Oakes produced a bill given by Edward Robinson, sometime a major under Lambert, who by several orders under the hand of said Lambert took 250 l . of the said farmer for paying the said Robinson's troop.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    City of Ely Fairs

    St. Etheldreda; 95 in 1312 a fair was granted to the prior for 15 days at the festival at St. Lambert ; 96 in 1318 a fair was granted to the bishop for 22 days, beginning on the Vigil of

    Editorial note

    M. Hobson , M.D., B.Sc., Mr. L. Inkster , Mr. Jarvis Kenrick , Colonel F. A. H. Lambert , J.P., F.S.A., Mr. Uvedale Lambert , J.P., the Rev. G. H. Marten , M.A., Mr. R. Mould , Mr. Philip Norman

    Parishes Thistleton Bussey. Barry argent and sable . Colville of Bytham. Or a fesse gules .

    son Lambert was living in the reign of King John , 6 and presented to the church of Thistleton in 1226 . 7 Hugh de Bussey who in 1242 -3 was holding the manor of Hougham (co. Linc.) which Lambert

    Sport, ancient and modern Cricket: The University Match

    to be invited to play. Two matches were played in 1806 , but the Gentlemen were assisted by Beldham and Lambert . Although in 1819 they played unsupported, in 1820 Howard was introduced. Odds were not given after 1838, since

    Colleges Staindrop

    officiating minister. 10 Masters of Staindrop Robert Knayton , clerk, occ. 1432 11 John Norman , occ. 1438 12 William Lambert , occ. 1457, 1477 13 Thomas Nevill 14 William Pollard, app. 20 July, 1498 , p.m. Nevill 15 John

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monuments Of the Churche.

    your thyrde demaunde, where you do aske whether I was constitute priest and in what diocese, and of why byshop. Lambert made priest in norwich.I saye that I was made priest in Norwiche, and of the byshopps suffragan of the

    K. Henry. 8. The disputation of Lambert before the king.

    is Iohn Nicolson, althoughe of many I be called Lambert. What (sayd the kyng) haue you two names? I would not trust you hauyng two names, although you were, my brother. Lambert. O O most noble Prince, your Byshops forced

    Book 4, page 587 (1563)

    painted out in my presens, but briefly go to the matter without any more circumstance. This he spake in Latten.But Lambert beinge abashed at the kinges angry wordes, contrary to all mennes expectacion, stayd a while: Considering whether he might

    Actes and Monumentes of the Church.

    is Iohn Nicolson allthough of many I be called Lambert. what said the kinge, haue you twoo names? I woulde not trust you hauinge twoo names, although you were, my brother: Lambert. O most noble prince, your bishoppes forced me

    K. Hen. 8. The disputation of Lambert before the king.

    a cushion of white cloth of tissue, turnyng himselfe toward Lambert with his browes bent, as it were threatnyng some greuous thyng vnto him, sayd these wordes:The kinges wordes to Lambert. Hoe good felow, what is thy name? Then the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYn I, Dyddlle M rc-.-YnNhyycyff. redinheddyw cynygioddcMr. Lambert ail ddarlienja fei 'fe er dwFnt, eg;wyddor Q brawf trwy reithwyr yn ol y drefn Scotaidd, i weithrediad yn' IwerddonQ ief cymeiydy ddedfryd y ol Alaisa mwyarif yrheith. ,wyr. Ar. ol pethdadl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o fywiog. Traddodwyd aroithian o blaid yr Urdd gan y Brodyr Edwards a Parry, a chafwyd canenon aoadroddiadau gan yMisses Lambert, Jones, Wylde, Morgan. a-Willisms; y M-1stri Wil. liams, Evans. Davies, Roberts, Price, Davies, a J W. Jones. Cafwyd hefyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn Potchefstroom wedi ei saethu gan Cadben d Lambert, o'r 21ain eatrawd. Mor fuan ag y 2eallodd f' y brodorion hyn, penderlynaaaint ddialu gwaed eU cyd- e ddyn, a smethwyd y Cadben Lambert yn farw. Pro- o testisi cerahadwr o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sllan cjn i'r cerbyd gyraedd gwaelod yr alit. Anfonwyd yn ddioed am y Doctoriail Jones, Millar. Proctor, L mat a Lambert, yr rhai a wein rseant ar y dioddefwyr. Wedi gwereyd ymelhwilied. cafwyd el y personall canlynol wedi ell niweidao Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hym- .geisydd eto. Gwrthwynebr ef gan Mr. A J Lambert, o Lundain. Ceidwadwr, dewisedig y Gyindeithas Geidwadol. Fel cadeirydd y Swan- sea Tramways Company, disgwylia y Ceidwad- wyr fod gan Mr. Lambert ddylanwad, ond y mae Mr. Dillwyn yn aelod Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Occurrences.

    was Indicted, and found guilty of High Treason; and Collonel Lambert the like on the 9th of June ; and on the 11th both received their Sentence of Death; but Lambert 's Execution was respited by order from his Majesty,

    Book 3, Chapter 3 Cheape Ward. [St. Mildred.]

    Ann. for ever. William Watson , Grocer, gave 100l. towards a Lecture for ever, Whereof received 65 13 04 Lambert and Stile, Grocers, gave every 16 Years to the Poor 00 16 00 Margaret Dave [Dane ] gave to

    Book 1, Chapter 16 TOWER of London. Later Buildings.

    House in the Liberty. One Fisher dwelt in an House next Will. Beare , built also about the same time. Lambert Bowet also built his House within this Time, being before but as it were a Shed. Henry Nayler built

    Book 3, Chapter 10 [The Bounds.] Queen Hith Ward. [Trinity Church.]

    of the Parish Church called the Holy Trinity ; and runneth West on the South side, to a Lane called Lambert hill, which is the length of the Ward in Knightriders street . Out of the which Street are divers

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LAMBERT, Thomas II (c.1558-1621), of Southampton.

    a sister of Lambert’s wife. Lambert resided at Laverstoke in 1582 but by the early 1590s he had moved to Southampton, where some of his relatives already were. From 1596, when he became a burgess, Lambert took an active part

    LAMBERT, Edmund (1666-1734), of Boyton, Wilts.

    the borough. Lambert himself first became involved in electoral politics in 1702 when he tried unsuccessfully to put a stop to a Whig petition against the return of the Tory George Morley* for Hindon. Chosen himself in 1708, Lambert was

    LAMBERT, Christopher, of Winchester, Hants.

    LAMBERT, Christopher, of Winchester, Hants. Constituency Dates Bridport 1593 Ofifces Held Servant of Sir William Paulet, 3rd Mq. of Winchester. Biography Lambert owed his seat at Bridport to his master the Marquess of Winchester. Lambert’s sister Jane was Winchester’s mistress.

    LAMBERT, William.

    LAMBERT, William. Constituency Dates Old Sarum 1529 Biography The surname Lambert was common in the 16th century and the christian name William abounded: it is thus not surprising that the identity of this Member remains largely a matter of conjecture.If

    LAMBERT, Thomas I (d.1604), of Winchester, Hants.

    LAMBERT, Thomas I (d.1604), of Winchester, Hants. Constituency Dates Wareham 1586 Biography At Wareham in 1586 Lambert was presumably the nominee of the 3rd Marquess of Winchester, his name having been inserted in a blank return. His sister Jane was

 

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