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  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 105, July 1575, 01 July 1575-31 July 1575

    Frenc h king, for obtaining compensation for the piratical capture of their ship the "Pelican," by Captain Landreaw. July 16. Losely. 19. Bishop Horn to Walsyngham. Will do all that lieth in him to quench the fiery coals kindled in Subscribers-only content

    Mitcham

    friends." Dr. Donne . The celebrated Dr. Donne resided for some time at Mitcham 31 . Sir George More of Losely, whose daughter he had privately married, was so much exasperated, that he not only refused to forgive, but employed

    Elizabeth, July 1586, 11-20, 01 July 1586-31 July 1586

    py. Dutch . 8 pp . [ Ibid . 42. ] [ Printed in Bor, bk. XXI, f. 37. ] Losely, Sir William More's house near Guildford. Month illegible from damp, but given in endorsement. i.e., morgen ; said to

    Entry Book, February 1694, 1-10, 01 February 1694-10 February 1694

    Thomas Howard, yeoman of the Tents and Toils, for the charges of removing 35 brace of fallow deer from Loosly [Losely ] Park, co. Surrey, to St. James's Park 58 3 4 to Edmund Waller of Beaconsfield and Edmund Valle

    Beddington

    border Az. bezanty for Bryan. 7. Carew impaling Azure on a cross Argent, 5 martlets Sable fo r More of Losely. Dugdale's Monast. Appropriation of the church of Beddington to St. Saviour's, Bermondsey, Regist. Winton. Hen. Woodlock. f. 72. b.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The ancient parish of Harlow HARLOW c. 1875

    404/13. Latton , Econ. Hist. Rot. Hund . (Rec. Com.), i. 160. Para. based on E.R.O., D/DEs M1-40, M45-6, M52; Losely MSS. 289/1-4 (draft rolls). E.A.T . N.S. xxii. 267. Essex Par . Recs . 3,128. Below, Charities; E.R.O., Q/SBa

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr hon sydd yn ymddang- os yn hynod o lom. Yr oeddym yn lletya yu y Stott gyda un Mr. Losely yr hwn sydd yn fas- nachwr yma, ac yn ymyl gorssf y reilffordd. Y mae ei briod yn wyres Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as much contempt upon the 101. clause, as he did usen the whole measire, and Tavistock hoane, Altrorp house, and Losely mighlt be thenext sacrificed.-Sir J. WaOTTEsLsY spoke to order, ontheground that the right hon. gent. was pointing out places Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    acid Vast-The h'attsia of the Prinst. Penh's History of E:glalnd. The Night Mail Train in Isdian Thc Slltniment Chamber at Losely Place. Some TLI3 bltosIL Sootch Peculiarities. Song of the BIachaniers. WuP t every Christien must know. ,leauings from Uhland. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 B2-5boe~d -ro~omtnsratenne : good gardens. greenhouse, vinsey, nosery, tonuis lames, stabilinm o, scsl-houao, Cohousefoo, orchard, and 16 acres land. Losely situation. Rent mnderato-Lu~dlow, Roberts. and Wieler. 327 C'IHSTRO londleerOsete ollee).-OxordVilla ; eonstainisg ive be ees snshusadsal:gra. fotLzu I)DGBASTGN-VlmeHsideons 51, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that their annual watch shoulddie with its founder, formed themselves into a coeumittee, and matured the plans originated by Mr, Losely. The match was commenced yesterday morning on the Chuckesy Ground, under influential patronage. The ground is very pleasantly situated Subscribers-only content

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