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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Durston Local government

    37. Knights Hospitallers in Eng . 17. S.R.O., DD /AH 11/9. Inf. from Mrs. Miles based on deeds of ' Munday 's', Durston . S.R.O., DD /SL 18. Ibid. D/P/durn 4/1/1. Ibid. 9/1/1. Ibid. 13/2/2. Ibid. 9/1/2. Ibid. 9/1/1, 13/2/1-2,

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    H.A.D. 44. The New Parish Church and Hackney Proprietary Grammar School c . 1840. From a lithograph by Dean & Munday in Guildhall Library 45. The Old Parish Church, partly demolished, in 1798 . From a watercolour by John Varley

    Parishes Wilcot Wilcot , 1803

    Miles's land was bought by Richard Munday in 1694 . 191 It was held by Francis Munday in 1736 , 192 and by 1780 was held by John Munday . It passed to George Munday in 1785 , but in

    Parishes Sydenham SKETCH MAP OF SYDENHAM C. 1800

    a Munday , and a North signed the petition of 1711: see below, p. 124. For will of Roger White (d. 1663) of Sydenham Leys (as the grange was called) see Lee , Thame , 237 n.; for the Munday

    Crawley Introduction 60. Crawley village street in 2003 , looking north . 61. Chasewood Farm, as designed by William Wilkinson in 1874 .

    origin, 72 bears a datestone TM 1791 on a northwards extension along the street, built probably by Thomas Minday or Munday who sublet the premises to licensees. 73 Fir Tree House east of Dry Lane, a small two-storeyed house of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    see tS vwilich at intervals rendered him incapable ff rfansagitg hitiS6it. ji e went out for watk .aftr breakfast on Munday, at did nOi return at the usual time, and in tile course of the d3ay waiJ suspended from a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dancombe, of Blever ley,;-hsne-bls,coer ; he liad been narriesl-five cirznes, atid his la~t wife was hurned to deal i. Od Munday, of asdeclihe, in 4hvg.6s1s -yrar of her ngr, Lury, thie wife of Mr. A~snBfS4TOD,@ Aurstionetr, Ne~gae-slseet A few-mdaysiice.,V Dr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF WING'S BiENCH. Munday, Oct. 2. Mary WPhilby was arraigned ler perjuiry. This case arroe from the proceeding. in a prosecuitnin caried on some time ago, oR behalf of Miss Glenn, against the familv of tUme Bowditchen, for a forcible Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    time made their report on the charges against himn. He will of course make one to the Commi-ssioners Ddessrs. Estcourt, Munday, and Phelps.-If the allega- tions in a Petition from the Debtors confined in this jail are true, tbey too Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Taiporley, Cheshire, innkeeper. Attornies, MNesssr Mil ne and Parry, Temple. S. Gartont, Wood-street, Ciheapside, silk-manofactitrer Attu' nies, Messrs. Fisher and Munday, Fttrnivai's-ins, Helbot-er W.N'WelslhLiverpooldysalter.' AttorniesMessrs.Teylera a00 Roscoe,_Kinwg's Bench-walk, Temnple. T. Stabb, J. Preston, Torqury, D1 vornshire; and J. S PrsanO' Subscribers-only content

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

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    Book 6, page 1220 (1563)

    answering thē as I did their master: that night þe bishop came home to Fullā a gain. Then vpon the Munday morning verye early, þe bishop did cal for me: there was wt hym Harpsfield Archdeacon of London, to whō

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Authentick Coppie of the Trial of William Haunt Dragoon, Anno 1711. Laid before the House, pursuant to their Lordships Order for that Purpose, 18 Aprilis 1737. , 11 June 1736

    give" in his betwixt and laydays Night thereafter, at fix a-Clock, and continued the Dyet of the faid Caufe till Munday next at nine a-Clock, and ordain Affizers and Witnefles to attend then each under the Run of two hundred Subscribers-only content

    24 January 1688, 24 January 1689

    his JJe- puty or Deputies, do forthwith attach the Bodies of Domini tarn Spirituales quam Temporales prefentes John Holland and Munday, and bring in fafe fuerunt: Cuftody to the Bar of this Houfe, to anfwer iuch i hings as fhall Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1696, 13 March 1697

    depending, be¬ tween the Attorney General of the faid Dutchy, on relation of Thomas Glad-win^ Thomas Leigh Efquire, Gil¬ bert Munday Gentleman, Robert Hayxvnrdj Robert Feme, Robert Pidcoik, and Edward Parks, Complainants, and the Petitioners Defendants; as alio upon the Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1731, 25 March 1731

    committed to the Conlideration of the Lords Committees abovenamed: Their Lordftiips, or any Five of them; to meet ' on Munday, next, at the ufual Time and Place; and to adjourn as they pleafe. Ordered, That the Petition of John¦ Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1808, 13 April 1808

    Mr. Attorney Generall doe attend that Comittee on Monday next in the Afternoone." Journal. <c c< ii It ii " Munday, Jun. 17, 1661. " Committee of Privileges. c< E. of Banburfs Bill & Order read. " 2° Caroli imi Subscribers-only content


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