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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Myerscough

    for religious reasons. 17 The family have been noticed in the accounts of Morleys in Astley and Wardley in Worsley . Edward Tyldesley , the first of Morleys , was in 1587 18 succeeded by his infant grandson and namesake,

    East Lavant Parish Church of St Mary Lavant

    from 1638 to 1828 corresponds with the ownership of the manor only in the cases of the two Sir William Morleys , 1638 and 1676, and James, Earl of Derby , 1721 and 1726. The other patrons were: 1663, the

    Townships Astley

    of Richard de Atherton , William de Astley and Hugh his son, Robert son of Elias , and Hugh de Morleys , free tenants of the manor, with remainder to Richard de Radcliffe a nd Isabella his wife and their

    Townships Entwistle

    field . Tyldesley . Argent three mole-hills proper . The manor thus passed into the hands of the Tyldesleys of Morleys . 10 The hall and lands in the township were sold by Edmund Tyldesley between 1657 and 1670 to

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Beeston

    and Eleanor her cousin, wife of William Lovell , Lord Morley , inherited it. This patronage had come to the Morleys as heirs of the Cressys. John de Walsam, one of the canons of Beeston , got into serious trouble

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BROKESBOURNE, Edmund (c.1340-1396/7), of Bradfield, Essex.

    Lancaster’s army which attempted to seize Harfleur in 1369. He recalled seeing the contested coat of arms borne by the Morleys on each of these expeditions, and further recounted what his late stepfather Sutton had told him about the banners

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the outcry most uproarious down with it even to the ground-he wondered whether to the Brights, the Mialls, and the Morleys there assembled, in the midst of their vociferations, there ever oc- curred or obtruded itself on their minds that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    craft. They thought he objected to all use of public- money for the propagation of religion. But no; if the Morleys and the Baineses be true witnesses, that was not his objection at all. What offended him was that public Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gazette, the scheme should have the force of law. This plan, if carried out, would prevent the Bradlaughs and the Morleys, and the McArthurs, et hoc genus onzne, from legislating for a Church from whose doctrines and system of government Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,ED DOCATIONAIL. BIR~IINGHAMI CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL FOR i GIRLS, AT QUEEN'S COLLEGE. . ni to Term cemmeniolfll 18th Seltemnber next. posscI Freyq Pupil~s unuder 12. 4. 4a.; above 12 and under 14. £4. ~FOL. lbs. 6d.; tbove 14, Lo. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    past he was not unwilling to admit considerable obligations But I am not concerned, gentlemen, with the tone of Mr. Morley's speech, with his latest and Irish manner. (Applause.) f have to deal with the matter of his oration, and Subscribers-only content

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