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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 1, Quadragesimo die parliamenti, 09 February 1512-09 February 1512

    de Esterlings, ac ad Billam concernentem Vicecom. et Escaetor. ac Artifices Manuales, assignantur Episcopus Norwycen . Dominus Bernes , Dominus Mountjoy , et Custos Rotulorum, ad communicandum cum ceteris de Domo Communi, de et in premissis, die Lune prox. futur.

    Corrigenda

    10 from foot for Avecote read Alvecote. " 105 " 3 for XII read XI. " 111 " 4 after Mountjoy add [ sic for Montagu ] . " 111 " last line delete [Avecote ] . " 117 "

    Corrigenda

    read Secretary . P. 61, 1. 26, for foot read horse . P. 74, note, add to Earldoms Devon remove Mountjoy from barons. P. 81, 1. 32, dele him . P. 87, 1. 16, for eon read con . P.

    Preface

    November 7, Mountjoy was compelled by want of victuals to return to Newry. There word was brought that Tyrone had followed him all day, and had gone to re-occupy the Moyerie. On November 9, having got his victuals, Mountjoy determined Subscribers-only content

    Preface

    letter from William Hartpoole to Mountjoy, written at Carlow on April 11, stating that the Earl had been taken by Onie the previous evening. This letter was received at midnight on the 11th, and Mountjoy sent it off post-haste to Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Copford Charities for the poor

    CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. Edmund Mountjoy , by will dated 1623,left £20 to the poor of Copford to be invested at the discretion of his brother Alan (Allen). By indenture of 1624 Alan gave two cottages for the poor. The

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Mountjoy

    of Mountjoy 30. THE PRIORY OF MOUNTJOY William de Gyney or Gioneto, in the reign of Richard I , founded a chapel dedicated to the honour of St. Laurence at a place called Tueit, afterwards known as Montegaudio or Mountjoy

    Westbury Parish government and public services

    / Mountjoy and Ley . There were 2 serjeants, 2 ale-tasters, 2 surveyors of the fire-hearths, and 2 leather-sealers. See p. 175. Cal. Close , 1364-8 , 457-8. Cal. Chart. R . 1427-1516 , 137. C 54/ 1621 / Mountjoy

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Latton

    prior, with board and lodging at the priory. Ibid. 191. Ibid. On 29 June . He had been prior of Mountjoy , in Norfolk . Ibid. 213. On 12 September . He was prior of Stone . Previously prior of

    Copford Manors Richard Woods's plan for the gardens at Copford Hall , 1784

    of the tenant, Reynold Mountjoy (d. 1589), had sold the manor by 1612 to Reynold's elder brother, Edmund Mountjoy of Wethersfield (d. 1623). Edmund was childless and exercised the lordship jointly with his nephew, William Mountjoy , son of Edmund

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GREEN, William II.

    elected ‘at the instance and motion’[footnote] of Charles, 8th Lord Mountjoy, high steward of the town, has not been identified. The namesake who sat for Poole in 1563 and 1572 had some connexion with Mountjoy’s father, but he was almost

    BLOUNT, Charles (1563-1606), of Canford Magna, Dorset and Wanstead, Essex.

    Mountjoy had small experience of martial affairs, was ‘too bookish’, had too few followers and too small an estate. When Essex obtained the post Mountjoy did not go with him, but no quarrel arose between them. On the contrary,

    AYLWORTH, Edward (c.1553-c.1625), of the Middle Temple, London.

    AYLWORTH, Edward (c.1553-c.1625), of the Middle Temple, London. Constituency Dates Callington 1586 Biography A younger son of a retired duchy of Cornwall official, Aylworth inherited £60 in money and a £20 annuity from his father. He was fined for

    CAREY, George (c.1541-1616), of Cockington, Devon.

    He became a close friend of Charles Blount, 8th Lord Mountjoy, whose step-daughter Lettice Rich he later married. When Carey asked to be allowed to visit Devon in 1600 Mountjoy wrote: ‘I find a great comfort in your care which

    BLOUNT, Michael (by 1529-1609), of Mapledurham, Oxon.

    were to be, distantly related by marriage.[footnote]In view of his disgrace Blount was in a weak position to claim the Mountjoy barony when it became vacant on the death of Charles Blount on 3 Apr. 1606, and the heralds found

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A List of the Peers existing at the Time of King James the First His Accession to the Crown, and of those who have since been advanced to the Peerage by Claim of antient Right, by Writ or by Patent; a..., 1 August 1719

    Stafford. Morley. Darcey. * DUDLEY. Zouche. Scroop, E. o/<»hMW, Grey of Wilton (/rfzzzKJifea). ; Lumley. STOURTON [ t "J. Ogle. Mountjoy, E.»; D«hh/Jhm. Cobham (/fM«i>««0. Monteagle (wefgerf '« Aier/y.). Barons. Sandys. Vaux. Windfor, E. of PLYMOUTH. Wentworth, E of C/ew/awrf. Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1702, 25 May 1702

    An Aft for the Relief of William Lord Vifcount i< to aflaflinate the Perfon of His late Sacred Majefty " Mountjoy, of the Kingdom of Ireland, with relation King William the Third." " to the forfeited Eftates in Ireland» " Subscribers-only content

    22 December 1711, 22 December 1711

    Sommers. Ds. Halifax. Ds. Gernfey. Ds. Conway. Ds. Hervey. Ds. Cowper. Ds. Pelham. Ds. Balmerino. Ds. Blantyre. Ds. Boyle. Ds. Hay. Ds. Mountjoy. Ds. Burton. Ds. Manfell. Ds. Middleton. Ds. Trevor. Ds. Lanfdowne. Ds. Maffam. Ds. Foley. Ds. Bathurß. Vifcount Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1711, 14 January 1712

    35? y et» Ds. % Ds. Hay. Ds. Mountjoy, Ds. Burton. Ds. Man/ell. Ds. Middle ton. Ds. Trevor. Ds. Landfdowne, Ds. MaJJam. Ds. Jfy/gf. Ds. Bathurfl. Her Majefty's Meftage to adjourn: Comes Scarfdale. Comes Clarendon. Comes Cardigan. Comes Anglefey. Comes Subscribers-only content

    19 January 1711, 19 January 1712

    Sommers. Ds. Halifax. Ds. Gernfey. Ds. Conway. Ds. Hervey. Ds. Cowper. Ds. Bahneri.no. Ds. Blantyre. Ds. Boyle. Ds. Hay. Ds. Mountjoy. Ds. Burton. Ds. Manfell. Ds. Middleton. Ds. Trevor. Ds. Landfdowne. Ds. Majham. Ds. Foley. Ds. Bathurfi. Vifcount Vifcount Vifcount Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 7 Liberties of the Dutchy. The Savoy.

    Queen Eleanor , Wife to King Henry the Third , purchased this Place afterwards of the Fraternity or Brethren of Mountjoy , unto whom Peter of Savoy (as it seemeth) had given it, for her Son Edmond, Earl of Lancaster

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i aw,- durdod y frenhines. -Diau i ,amryw o'r m t- t wyr Seisnig a aeth' drosodd' dan Essei'e- y Mountjoy ymsefydlu. yn y wiad, ac y 'mae eu disgynyddion. yn6 hyd heddyw., Drachefn yn 'ddiweddarach da i IagoI, Brenin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ar Ian y bedd gwienyddrwyd gan y Parch. J. E. Davies. Thomas.-Medi 12fed, yn 50ain mlwydfd oed, Thos. Thomas, 1 Mountjoy Place, Casnewydd. Williams.-Medi 7fed, yn 28, Arnold Street, Garston, yn 11 oed, William John anwyl ac unig fab Owen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Duchess of Sutherland, Viscounteess Mahon Viscountess YValletort, Vis- countess Poweeseourt, L~ady Wilbelinlna Stanbope, Lady Fanny Cownor, Mrs Maberly, Mrs Mountjoy Martyn, Viscountess Fitzharris, Mrs Ver- schoyle, Mirs Ellen Home Purves, Miss Cockayne. ,"'I'aken altogether, we think the ' Book Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the head, and is in a I dangerons conditiosi. A severe isijury, and from a similar cause, happened to MIrs Mountjoy Martyn, who was a pas- senger by the express-train. 'this lady *eas sitting with her back to the ugienei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Austrian service, has been appointed Governor of the new con- vict prison at Phibsborough. It is tobe called the Mountjoy Govern- ment Prison, and conducted on the Pentonvilie system. It will be ready for the reception of convicts in Subscribers-only content

 

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