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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Corrigenda

    116, line 20, for ' Henry Stanley Lord Mounteagle ' read ' Edward Stanley Lord Mounteagle .' " " 72, note 36, for 'Henry Lord Mounteagle ' read ' Edward Stanley Lord Mounteagle .' " " 123, note 64, for

    Townships Priest Hutton

    56, m. 167; the deforciants were William Parker , Lord Mounteagle and Henry Parker . There appears to have been another sale or mortgage of the manor by Lord Mounteagle and Elizabeth his wife in 1596 ; ibid. bdle. 59,

    Townships Hornby

    conduct at Flodden Field in 1513 was created Lord Mounteagle by Henry VIII . He was present at the Field of the Cloth of Gold in 1520 . 64 Lord Mounteagle died in 1523 and was buried at Hornby ,

    The hundred of Leyland Introduction and map LEYLAND HUNDRED

    p.m. 36 Edw. III , pt. i, no. 99. This descended to the Lords Mounteagle , and was in 1574 sold by William Stanley , Lord Mounteagle , to Sir Richard Shireburne; Pal. of Lanc. Feet of F. bdle. 36,

    Townships Heath Charnock

    other Harrington estates it was obtained by the first Lord Mounteagle , 7 and descended in his family during the 16th century, being sold in 1574 by William Lord Mounteagle to Thomas Walmesley the younger and Robert Charnock . 8

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    recollected, too, that even the celebrated Gunpowder Plot had been discovered to the Protestant Government of James I, by Lord Mounteagle, a Catholic Nobleman, The Duke of RUTLAND admitted that a necessity for the measure had been proved, and all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Tobin cook. There was a person named James Gordon, with a man-servant, on board, and a. race- horse called Mounteagle, valued at 3001., which was lost. The names of the other passengers, who were dealers in pigs, are as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 2 apst Legacy colt, 6 to I each as~gt Mother Ida and Mounteagle, and 100 to 8 agst any other.-Finale and Jodel made joint running from Mounteagle and Dalwhinnie, With the Legacy colt and N Mother Ida lying next, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Galliffet, gst. G. Barrett 3 Pimperne (Calder), Dazzling Light (Robinson), British 2 Queen (Morrell), PFliton (White), Try Again (F. Barrett), Mounteagle (Liddiard), and Claud Mr. R. Woodland) also ran.-Betting: 5 to 4 on Llewellyn, 6 to 1 eacb agst Galliffet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7 agst Mounteagle, and 100 M ton 6 agEt lour-pester.-Eidor (on the inside) showed the way rom Rpoyal Stuart and Mounteagle7 witd h Exact and Hackiernext, and Four-poster last. Eider came into the straight in advance of Mounteagle and Exact, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 January 1691, 4 January 1692

    the Bar, and a Witnefs upon Oath, as alio feferal Witneffes on the Behalf of the faid Lord Morley and Mounteagle ; and after due Confideration had of what was faid on either Side (upon Oath) in this Cafe ; Subscribers-only content

    9 January 1691, 9 January 1692

    now Pri-£rf™dff" loner in The Gatehoufe at Wejlm. for fwearir.g that Thomas Powley was Servant to the Lord Morl/y and Mounteagle ; and praying to be difcharged : It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament affembled, Subscribers-only content

    15 January 1691, 15 January 1692

    Honourable Thomas Lord Morley & Mounteagle was read, as followeth: " To the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and " Temporal affembled in Parliament. ** The humble Petition of Thomas Lord Mor* " ley & Mounteagle y " Sheweth, " Subscribers-only content

    22 January 1691, 22 January 1692

    Clock in the Forenoon. L. Morley The Houfe being this Day moved, " That the Lord andhhisSFees " Morfy and Mounteagle, now Prifoner in Their Ma- &c. to be pai'd " jellies Tower of London by Order of this Houfe, Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1696, 8 February 1697

    Leave to proiecute Abell Weeke«, Weckes, Keeper of New Prifon, who is protefted by the proteaeu by Lord Morley and Mounteagle, as his Lordfhip's Ser¬ vant : The Lord Merely offered and declared, " That, after " One Month, the Subscribers-only content

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