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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn siarad gyda Is awer u mwy o awdurdod yn ei hYs ei bun nag yn yr IouseP . of Lords. Itaboes y bue Richmlond ei bbri , fewn -ar oly _barnwr, ac yba larli Granville a alwodd 0 sylw'at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Court of Chaicery. A Bill to provide a reredyin these ecases >was con-- r .sequeiatly' inttoduced into the House -of Lords in'. n 1869.& i1870,.^bhy'Loid'Romilly; 'in place ofLord. g: Cranworth; -*hbohad promiised .me:before his dqeth. . &l to undertake the.cGnduct Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fellow Dlethodists, and his insinuation that I am one of those people who delight to follow in the track of Lords and Deans also falls to the ground, for in each of these contested elections I found myself in opposition Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord Rosebery at Birmingham that they will not disolvr Parliamnent until the Bill has been sent to the Hoese of Lords. At the same time, we desire to express eur profound regret at the long delay in pressing on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that on Tnesdav week lie had accompatied flie Reigent. when he *Yent to and ret; rned from tbe liosse of Lords. Onl coming out of the stable-said, lie- dieovered i' great nericouree of spectators, %who surroulnded the carriage, Itooririe, hissing. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Harmondsworth Roman catholicism

    West Drayton church of St. Catherine the Martyr. 45 B.M . Add. MS. 38856, f. 52. See also Hse. of Lords , Mdx. Protestation Rets. for 3 people who failed to take the protestation oath in 1642 . Guildhall MS.

    Miserden Church

    MSS. Com. 7, 8 th Rep. I, H. of Lords , p. 151. Hockaday Abs. cclxxxvi. Hist. MSS. Com. 8, 9 th Rep. II , H. of Lords , p. 122; Lords Journal , xiii. 284. Par . reg. 1574-1695

    Little Wenlock 16th- Century Little Wenlock

    /10. For the date see below, Econ. Hist. (Agric.). P.R.O., SC 6/Hen. VIII/ 3021 , mm. 10d-11d. Ho . of Lords papers 1641-2 , Protestations Oxon . and Salop . f. 200; P.R.O., E 179/168/219, mm. 17d.-18. T.S.A.S . 2nd

    Stanwell Mills

    fact it probably ex isted much earlier and may have been one of the two 17th-century mills held by the lords of Stanwell manor. It stood at the weir in Leylands Lane where this crosses the Colne , a few

    Harmondsworth Local government London Borough of Hillingdon

    6164, p. 98. S.C. 11/443. e.g. ibid./446, /449; E 315/416. M.R.O., Acc. 446/ED. 162. Ibid./EF. 46/1, 17, 73. Hse. of Lords , Mdx. Protestation Rets. Rep. Poor Law Com . App. B (2), H.C. 44, p. 100 f ( 1834

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Occurrences.

    of the Lyons granted him. In the Year 1501 , in the Month of May, was a Royal Turney of Lords and Knights in the Tower of London , before the King. In the Year 1502 , Queen Elizabeth ,

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Ancient Housekeeping.

    his Privy Chamber) he had twelve daily Waiters; and of Gentlemen Waiters, in his Privy Chamber, he had six; of Lords Nine or Ten, who had (each of them) two Men allowed to attend upon them, except the Earl of

    Book 6, Chapter 6 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    as appeareth by the Arms on the Capital. ] The 7th Day of January 1645 , was an Ordinance of Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for making the Covent Garden Church Parochial, and for dividing the same from the

    Book 5, Chapter 28 [By-Laws] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [for Fishermen.]

    in County of Essex , use or practice Trincking, Stow -boating, Trawling, or catching of Fish, or Bait, on the Lords Day, commonly called Sunday, upon forfeiture of 20s. for every such Offence. 2. Item, That no such Person shall

    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    highest Rank in the Kingdom: Famous also for the Tribunals, and publick Courts of Justice; where the Lord Chancellor, the Lords Chief Justices, and the rest of the King's Judges sit, to hear and determine the Causes of the People

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

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    K. Henry. 4. Examination of maister W. Thorpe. Actes and Mon.

    freely theyr learning. An exhortation to all degrees to see priesthoode amēded.Wherfore, all þe Emperours and kings, and all other Lords and Ladies, & all the common people in euery degree & state, which haue before time knowē or myght

    K. Edward. 3. The complaynt and prayer of the ploughman.

    forsake a pore estate and trauel, to ben afterward a Lord of his brethren, or ben a lords fellow and dwelling with Lords, as doth men of these new religions. Lord thou ne taughtest not men of thy religion thus

    Actes and Monumentes of the churche

    crown may not meddle. And so being exempted from the lawes of the realme, might liue in this realme like Lords & kings, without dāmage or feare of any man, so that they please their highe and supreme head at

    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche.

    which is committed vnto you prouiding for them not by cōpulsion, but willingly. And immediatly after he said, not as Lords ouer the clergie, for yf Christ the son of God, came not to be ministred vnto, but to minister

    K. Henry. 6. The disputation in the councell of Basill. The councell aboue the Pope.

    which is committed vnto you, prouiding for them not by compulsion, but willingly. And immediatly after he sayd, not as Lords ouer the Cleargie. For if Christ þe sonne of God, came not to be ministred vnto, but to minister

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    question is whether they are it is likely they should turn out so: just as Lords are wise, virtuous and valiant because they are Lords. His geese are always swans, wherever, for the purpose of the argument it is conve


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