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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Q, 01 October 1571-30 June 1574

    Index Q Queen's Ferry , the: Captain Cockburn meets Morton at, 601. Quhattane , the clan: 434. Qwinton , Laird of: at the convention, 15th Nov. 1572, 433. Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, January 1577, 01 January 1577-31 January 1577

    Walsingham to the Regent Morton. [Jan. 30. 1576 7. ] William Dod, John Bigges, and Ralph Radford, merchants of Westchester, were, in the time of your late Queen's government, now eleven years past, spoiled on the sea by one Whyte, Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, February 1577, 01 February 1577-28 February 1577

    Elizabeth to the Regent Morton. [Feb. [26 ] . ] "Right trusty and right welbeloved cousin," your letter directed to us, of the 1st instant, wherein you exhort us to take that way of counsel which is most necessary for Subscribers-only content

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1498, 01 January 1498-31 December 1498

    and assigns. Release and quitclaim with warranty of all lands etc. late of the said John White in Hyxton, Charteley, Morton and elsewhere in Staffordshire. Dated 24 August, 14 Henry VII. 1503 (?) Memorandum of acknowledgment, 17 May. 1 The Subscribers-only content

    Addenda, April 1681, 01 April 1681-30 April 1681

    Addenda April 1681 April 1681 April 13 7072 . Minutes of Assembly of Nevis. Seven members present. Proposed, that two members, of whom the Speaker to be one, be chosen to meet the Governor and Council to treat about

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn Garthbeibio, eiddo John Ellis, a dedfrydwyd ef i chwe mis o garchar, heb lafur caled. Cafwyd Peter Clark, George Morton, G. H. Beck, a John Williams, pedwar olddynion ieuainc, yn euog o dori siop Mr. Joseph Hughes, Maehyn- Bleth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr anrhydedd o fod yn llysgenadwr i Loegr, os gwrthodid hi gan Morton. Yn Scotland dywedir fod 571 o leoedd addoliad yn perthyniwohanrolenwadan ac ynddynt wasanaeth ;lDywed gohebydd yr codC7 yn Rhufain fad y Pab yn hawlio pum' miliwn a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ; ' ^ ' 'CYN-WYSIAD. Hybysadan ... .1, 2, a 16 Nodiadau Wythnosol , ........ . . . . 3 C:yfarfodydd Misol ............... Cyfarfod ymnadawol y Parcb. E. Roberts, Birmin- Goejeham ....... ...-i. ... ... ... ......4 Gohelhiaethan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYNWYSIAD. Hysbysiadau . .. 1, 2, a 16 Nodi sdau Wythnosol 3 Eisteddfod Dolgelliu 4 . Gohebiaethan ............ .... ... 6..., 6 Newyddion Eglwysig ....... ... .... ....6 Cyfarfodydd Misol 7..... .... .... .... 7 Mri. Moody a Sankey Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    darllen llyfr y chwareuydd- iaethau yn yr eglwys ar y Sul, yr hwn lyfr a gyfansodd- wyd gan yr Esgob Morton yn y f'wyddyn 1617. A dyma frawddeg o hono, "Nad oedd gwasanaeth Sabbothol i fad yn yr Eglwys ond Subscribers-only content

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

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    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    thou haddest allowed the church of heretikes, I would haue burned thee with fire for thy labour.Morton. Then saide one Morton, beinge a priest: my lord, you know not yet what church it is, that he calleth catholicke. I warrant

    Q. Mary. Examinations of Rafe Allerton, Martyr.

    thou haddest allowed the Church of heretickes, I would haue burned thee with fire for thy labour.Morton. Then said one Morton, a Priest: My Lorde, you knowe not yet what Churche it is that hee calleth Catholicke. I warrant you

    Quene Mary. The story and Examinations of Rafe Allerton, Martyr.

    thou haddest allowed the Church of heretickes, I would haue burned thee with fire for thy labour.Morton. Then sayd one Morton, a priest: My Lorde, you know not yet what Church it is that he calleth Catholike. I warrant you

    Quene Mary. The examination of Rafe Allerton Martyr, with his answer to the same.

    thou haddest allowed the church of heretikes, I would haue burned thee with fire for thy labour.Morton. Then said one Morton a Priest: My Lorde, you know not yet what church it is that he calleth catholicke. I warrant you

    Queene Mary. Examinations of Rafe Allerton, Martyr.

    Apostles, saying: there shall come greuous wolues to deuoure the flocke.Boner. Now, by the blessed Sacrament of the altar, Maister Morton, he is the ranckest hereticke that euer came before me. Now say you? haue you heard þe like?Morton. I

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 March 1697, 12 March 1698

    Comes Jerfey. Vifcount Tcwnßjefid. PRAYERS. Upon reading the feveral Petitions of the Inhabitants Town, of of the Towns of Crediton, Morton Hampflead, Alhburton. Creditor» && TT ' f*\ o 71/T j Ti concerning tioniton, Otter ot. Mary, and Bampton, in Subscribers-only content

    22 December 1703, 22 December 1703

    Blood, and Family, hath, in Con- fideratibn thereof, granted all his Eftate and Intereft in the Manors and Farms of Morton and Hurfi, in the County qf Dorfett, to the faid Giles Frampton, to pre¬ ferve the reft of his Subscribers-only content

    12 January 1703, 12 January 1704

    " An Aft for " the better vefting in Giles Frampton Efquire, the " Manor and Farm of Moreton, alias Morton, and Hurfl, " in the County of Dorfett, in Poffeffion ; and for the " better fecuring the fame, Subscribers-only content

    13 January 1703, 13 January 1704

    " An Aft u for the better veiling in Giles Frampton Efquire the " Manor and Farm of Moreton, alias Morton, and Hurfi, 11 in the County of Dor/ett, in Poffeffion; and for the •' better fecuring the fame, and Subscribers-only content

    28 January 1706, 28 January 1707

    0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 QuEENSBERRY, C. P. S. Mar, S. Loudoun, S. Sutherland. Morton. Wemyss. Leven. Starr. ROSEBERIE. Glasgow. Arch. Campbell. DuPPLIN. ROSSE. Hen. Dalrymple. Ad. Cokburne. F. MONTGOMERIE. David Dalrymple. Patt. Johnston. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MORTON, John (?1714-80), of Tackley, nr. Woodstock, Oxon.

    Mr. Morton. I objected most strongly to it; that I could not be for Mr. Morton; that he was a Tory, and besides a very low and inconsiderable man.Although Bute supported Grenville, Newcastle for once had his way, and Morton

    MORTON, George (b.c.1540), of East Stour, Chilham, Kent.

    MORTON, George (b.c.1540), of East Stour, Chilham, Kent. Constituency Dates Hythe 1572 Hythe 1584 Ofifces Held J.p. Kent from c.1561-c.87; capt. of cavalry, Low Countries by 1589; capt. in Brittany by 1591. Biography Morton belonged to a family of Milborne

    MORTON, John I, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb.

    the Tyne. The appearance, in August 1394, of a John Morton the younger suggests that he had a son or kinsman who was also involved in trade.[footnote]In February 1390, Morton secured a licence from the Crown, under heavy securities, to

    MORTON, Robert (d.1424), of Harworth, Notts. and Bawtry, Yorks.

    Kirton, Lincs. c.1420-d. Biography The Morton family is known to have lived on the borders of Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire from the mid 13th century onwards, owning estates at Bawtry, Morton, Harworth, Limpole and Tickhill. Robert Morton the elder played a

    MORTON, John II (d.1434), of York.

    left all the extensive equipment for brewing then in her home to Morton, presumably as a reward for his work in administering her estate. Another beneficiary was Henry Morton (d.1439), with whom John had previously joined in standing surety for

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    DC.CP.1675/11

    Date: 1675 - 1675 People & Places Participant: Anne Staker [Straker] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Wife of William Straker Participant: John Straker [Straker] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Osbaldwick (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Murton (Morton) : undefined Location: York (Ebor) : city

    CP.H.73

    Richardby [Rickarbie; Richarbye] Role: plaintiff Details: male Participant: Francis Bulmer [Bulmer] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Houghton-le-spring (Durham) Place(s): Morton(Morton) : township Location: Kirkleatham (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Kirkleatham (Kirklethome) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Kirkleatham (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Wilton (Wilton) : township

    DC.CP.1543/5

    Osbaldwick with Murton Location: Osbaldwick (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Osbaldwick with Murton (Osbaldwyk cum Morton) : prebend Participant: William Davey [Davy] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Osbaldwick (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Murton (Morton) : undefined Osbaldwick (Osbaldwyk, Osbaldwik) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Brian Lawtey

    TRANS.CP.1608/1

    appellant Details: female Location: Bishop Wearmouth (Durham) Place(s): Bishop Wearmouth (Bishop Wearmouth) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: JohnFolk [Fowke] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Dalton-le-dale (Durham) Place(s): Dalton le Dale (Dalton) : undefined Location: Dalton-le-dale (Durham) Place(s): Murton (Morton) : undefined

    CP.H.3166

    Place(s): Murton (Murton) : undefined Participant: Anthony Beverley [Beverley] Role: witness Details: male; 50; yeoman Location: Osbaldwick (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Murton (Morton) : undefined Osbaldwick (Osbaldwicke) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Henry Mangy [Mangy; Mangie] Role: witness Details: male; 48 Employment: goldsmith

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 12 [Temple Church.] Faringdon Ward without. [Monuments.]

    beatæ memoriæ primi, & c. 1672 . Lady Anne Morton , late Wife of Sir William Morton , Kt. 1668 . John Morton, Esq; eldest So n of Sir William Morton Kt. and Anne his Wife, of the Inner Temple.

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 Lambeth.

    Sir Ambrose Payne , Parson of Lambeth , and Bachelour of Musick, and Chapleyn to the Lords Cardinals Bousar and Morton , who departed May the xxviii. A.D. 1528 . Here lyeth the Body of Beter Bettesworth of Chidden in

    Book 3, Chapter 3 Cheape Ward. [S. Thomas of Acars.]

    and one Daughter: And of Margaret Morton his second Wife, seven Sons and two Daughters. His Coat was born impaled with his two Wives. 1. two Lions passant Gardant. 2 Harpsfield, 3 harps. 3 Morton , One Escalop between three

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Speech ... at the election of the University of Dublin, ... 1841., 1841

    Enniscorthy Moore , Thomas Duke, Cork Moore , James, clerk, Fivemiletown Moore , J. R. clerk, Castlewellan Moorehead, William B. Ruskey Morgan, Moore , clerk, Dunlavin Morgan, William C. College Morgan, Samuel M. clerk, Tullamore Morton , James, clerk, Clonmel Subscribers-only content

    What shall we name it?: a dictionary of baptismal names for children., 1885

    A mariner. Moritz, German, In the right way. Morris, Saxon, Hope. Mortimer , French, Ever living. Morton , Saxon, Unsatisfied. Moses , Hebrew, Drawer-out. Mozart, Austrian, Immortal. Muca, Moorish, Ardent lover. Mudjekeeuis, Indian, A warrior; bold. Mungo, Scotch, Mixed. Murillo, Subscribers-only content

    Land registers: memorandum., 1881

    we specially pointed out to Messrs Gurdon and Morton , it was only to the extent of examining whether the reference number on the Draft Minute applies, in the Keeper ' s opinion, to the proper folio, and that no Subscribers-only content

    Land registers: memorandum., 1881

    At the outset, Mr Morton informed Mr Bryce that the inquiry was unofficial. On Tuesday, 14th December , Mr Bryce , and Mr Guthrie , hi ' s ' ^arth^f^hatl another interview with Messrs Gurdon and Morton ; and as Subscribers-only content

    Land registers: memorandum., 1881

    the Sasine Office, we pointed out to Messrs Gurdon & Morton that the final proof-print Abridgments and the revised manuscript Index of Edinburgh , for 1870 , had lain on the shelf for the last seven or eight years. Many Subscribers-only content

 

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