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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tie exercise of thiis daunterou s frolic, tihie waiy-1;i!d ise Mary Ans Goaud, aped 17, a pas:-, apsre:atice to tar-in-e Lupton, as she was gelgoin from "Unidestv l Is houiie to her a aster'. at Colebrook, .st a soo~t i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Boaacts. &c- &f &c. Price 2s. The Engraving of the Sleeping Infants, sculptured by F. Chantcy, Bq. RI. 4- aitl certainly appear next mon . Published by Lupton Relfc, iI; Cornbilli and sold by all Beokeell1an in the Uulted Firigota. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he illustrated vcitti tw o lice Psetraits ofAti, sL VS:-i erd tr :ies, teds D 3.sp of tori'" Printed for Lupton Itelfe, 13. CnilitLill. .. _ _ _ _ _ WVIITI'INUiiAihI'S DIAMOND 1 SllitiSPi:AlEi:. III one poctet rolose, price one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Inquiry into the Effects aricingr from Perpetuatisag the Lard-Ta. By THOMAS V ICX, Land Agent and Surveyor. London: Printed for Lupton ltelfe, Cornhill. In the press, arid shortly will be published, price Is. inscribed, by pcrntt'lol, to IV. Jones, Esq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A FULL-LENGTH PORTRAIT of MISS BFoom Character of Maria Darlington, in a Roland for an Olive, ErTI ite Mezzotinto by Lupton, from a Paintingby G. Clint, Esg. tRA. Then the figure designed to suit the words- athtsidsa H Re sighs-Ahl! Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 1 [St. Michael Pater noster] Vintrie Ward.

    Finiit ipse dies, sis sibi Christe quies. Amen. Ejus sponsa pia, Generosa, probata, sophia, Jungitur, & c. Hic jacet Edvardus Lupton cognomine dictus, Occidit heu! juvenis cum spes foret omnibus unâ Pauperibus fuerât studiosis ille patronus, Mille & quingentos ter

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

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    Book 6, page 1292 (1563)

    I was borne in England. And he sayd, where? And I sayd in Sedber, and broughte vp by one Doctour Lupton Prouost of Eaton college. Wel said he: I know hym well. Remayne in your bond till after none. Thē

    Q. Mary. The examinations of M. Iohn Bland, Martyr.

    he saide, Where? And I said, in Sedber, and M Bland brought vp by D. Lupton Prouost of Eaton Colledge.brought vp by one Doct. Lupton Prouost of Eton Colledge. Wel, said he, I know him well. Remaine in your bond

    Queene Mary. Examination of M. Bland Martyr with his aunsweres.

    he sayd, where? And I sayd, in Sedber, and brought vp by one Doct. Lupton, Prouost of Eton Colledge. M. Bland brought vp by D. Lupton Prouost of Eaton Colledge.Wel, said he, I know him wel. Remayne in your bond

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    UPTON, John (1639-87), of Lupton, Devon.

    UPTON, John (1639-87), of Lupton, Devon. Constituency Dates Dartmouth Mar. 1679 Dartmouth Oct. 1679 Dartmouth 1681 Ofifces Held J.p. Devon 1673-6, commr. for recusants 1675, assessment 1677-80. Biography Upton’s ancestors acquired Lupton by marriage in the second half of the

    BOONE, Charles (1652-89), of Mount Boone, Devon.

    of them leaving a legacy to John Upton ‘desiring that love and friendship may be continued between the families of Lupton and Mount Boone’, and it was doubtless as Upton’s successor that Boone opposed the court candidates at Dartmouth in

    BULLER YARDE, Francis (1767-1833), of Lupton House and Churston Ferrers, nr. Brixham, Devon.

    Francis (1767-1833), of Lupton House and Churston Ferrers, nr. Brixham, Devon. Constituency Dates Totnes 1790 91796 Biography Buller Yarde’s father rose rapidly at the bar and was appointed a puisne judge of King’s bench at the age of 32. Through

    REDMAYNE, Sir Richard (d.1426), of Levens, Westmld. and Harewood, Yorks.

    they made the manor of Levens in Westmorland their home. As prominent local landowners with other estates at Troutbeck and Lupton, they played an important part in defending England from invasion by the Scots. Sir Matthew Redmayne, who spent much

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 April 1814, 25 April 1814

    Thomas Lupton and Thomas Houfeman are Plain¬ tiffs, and John Doe is Defendant. And in the laft, John Glover is Plaintiff, and George Cafar Hopkinfin, Charles Hopkinfon and Edmund Hopkinfon are Defendants. RandoH et al, againft Doe : Lupton & Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1821, 3 April 1821

    Lupton, in " the said County of Westmoreland, and now in the Occu- " pation of Mr. Conder, at the yearly Rent of ; " a Piece or Parcel of Land called Lady Lands, in the " Township of Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1821, 3 April 1821

    Kitchen Crofts, Ash " Gill, and Lords Intack, in Lupton aforesaid, now in the " Occupation of Mr. Conder, at the yearly Rent of Twenty- " three Pounds Sixteen Shillings; Lupton Mills, Dwelling " House, Barn, and Lands, now let Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1833, 25 March 1833

    the Purposes in the said Petition mentioned : 5 Upon reading the Petition of John Buller Yarde Buller Bullers' of Lupton, in the County of Devon, Esquire, (on behalf of Petition himself and his infant Son John Buller Yarde Bidler,) Subscribers-only content

    Contents of the Head

    XXI. 594; Thanks him, 603. 187. Lockyer, Dr. XX. 546; Thanks him, 562. 188. Lupton, Dr. XX. 367; Thanks him, 387. 189. Mangey, Dr. XIX. 210; Thanks him, 243. 190- Marfhall, Dr. XIX. 716; Thanks him, 731. *9*- Mawfon, Dr. Subscribers-only content

 

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