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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drachefn a thrachefn. Yr oedd MN[r. Duncan wedi gorphen y gwasanaeth unwaith, ac yn cerdded i fyny yr alit tua'r Manse, gan bwyso ar fy mraich i, oblegid yr oedd yn dra diffygiol, ac yn nghanol y ganulieidfa a arosas6i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cetnogeeth W'u cynuortiwy ar 'yr am. gyIchiad. Agorwyd y Bazaar am un o'r gloch ddydd Llun,;gan. y Psrcll T.,Davison, Qeinta Manse, yn &bsenoldeb~fr.I Barnes, yr'lhwn sydd yn wael ei iechyd. Rhoddodd eeindorf bras Tbmlwyr Da Glyn Ceiriog eu gwaswaseth yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Jeremy asnrchiad -an Mins West, a ehod yn oynwys swm a arian fel tysteb gan 3Lss Liazie Roberts, Cambrib= Manse. Siaradai yr oll o honynt ye echai law amgynwyader cc Mr. Jeremay, ac yr aeddynt ,ye bar ofildag wrth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y gwasanaethai Y rhai canlynol ;- Owain Ajsw, Acrfasr Philharmonic Society, Cefn glee party, Miss Huges Mis Mria Hughes, The Manse; The Misses Davies, Plaskynasit~n Shep; slies M- E. Williams a Miss A. H. W~iLeso Acr Hose Mis . Rbets Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oymerwyd rhan yn y oyfarfod gan y rhai canlynol:-] Miss Williams, Caernarfon ; Misses Tyler, Aerfair; a Miss Hughes, The Manse; Miss M. B. Williams, a - Miss A. H. Williams, Acre House ; Mri. T. Jones, _ Belle Vue; Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Bedford Charities

    Pary 's Avenue, purchased in 1897 for £1,800 as a minister's house, out of the proceeds of sale of The Manse in Dame Alice Street referred to below. The official trustees now ( 1910 ) hold the following securities in

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Walsingham

    another at Walsingham, namely on 3 June , depositions were taken before Sir Roger Townsend of certain who charged Henry Manse , the priest in charge of Our Lady's Chapel of Walsingham, with certain seditious words. The main evidence was

    Parishes Tooting Graveney

    as Tooting Independent Chapel, in the High Street , comprised in deed 16 February 1766 . 3. The Defoe Memorial Manse in the Charlmont and Selincourt Roads, regulated by schemes of High Court of Justice , 1893, and of Charity

    Bray with the borough of Maidenhead Churches and charities

    £800 (towards which the above-mentioned trust funds were applied) conveyed to trustees to be used as a manse for the minister. The manse was in 1906 vested in the official trustee of charity lands, together with a small piece of

    Wivenhoe Charities for the poor

    in the 18th century. Activity picked up again early in the 19th century. For smart new work, such as the Manse in High Street and the river frontage of the Colne Marine and Yacht Co.'s premises on The Quay ,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 March 1817, 4 March 1817

    certain Matter or Cause " depending before the Second Division of that " Court, relative to the building of a Manse for the " Respondent, the Minister of the said Parish of U " Aberdour: Dingwall against Gardiner, Respondents Petition Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1817, 4 March 1817

    still undetermined the first and " original Question in the Cause; namely, what is " the proper Size of a Manse and Offices for the " Minister of the Parish of Aberdour ; and the In- " terlocutors appealed from Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1817, 9 June 1817

    lant, which stands appointed for hearing; setting forth, " That the present Appeal respects the build- " ing of a Manse and Office-Houses for the Parish " of Aberdour, in the County of Aberdeen : That by " this Appeal Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1825, 29 March 1825

    in fact, the People give " nothing to the Bishop unless he has a Parish, what " they call a Manse; some of them have Two, but they " cannot be said to have the full Income of such Parish, Subscribers-only content

    13 June 1827, 13 June 1827

    Case, that the Minister of a Royal Burgh, having a Landward District annexed, is by Law entitled to have a Manse assigned to him. The House was adjourned during Pleasure. The House was resumed by The Lord Chancellor. It was Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1597

    favor of the College against Williame Steuarte "as occupeyar, heretour and intromettour with the tenement in the Drygate callit Askirk Manse" for payment of "the sovme of xiij s. iiij d. money yeirlie be the space of xvj yeiris bygane,

    CIV, Charter of Charles I confirming rights and foundation etc. of the University (1630)

    said churches of Govan, Renfrew, Kilbryde and Torrence, lying within our said city of Glasgow; and specially that manse called the Chantoris Manse , and garden in Glasgow, on the east adjoining the alley of the vicars commonly called the

    House of Lords Journal Volume 19, 13 March 1712, 13 March 1712-13 March 1712

    . Ds. Balmerino . Ds. Blantyre . Ds. Boyle . Ds. Hay . Ds. Mountjoy . Ds. Burton . Ds. Manse l . Ds. Middleton . Ds. Trevor . Ds. Masham . Ds. Foley . Ds. Bathurst . PRAYERS. Gothurst

    Extracts from the records, 1659

    samyne may be divydit amongs the prenteissis according to the mortificatioune sett doune theranent. 13 August 1659. Minister of Goveanes Manse . Ane motioune being made anent the repairing of the minister of Goveane his hous, and craving the toune

    Acts and Proceedings, 1576, April

    to be untrue; Mr John Colvill summoned be the Visiter to compear upon Fryday; Andrew Spence had not obtained his Manse, yet used reading in my Lord Forbes his house; Mr William M'Gown, William Boile and James Stewart ordained to


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