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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Whittington 's College

    sons. Add. MS. 8102, fol. 5. Newcourt , op. cit. i, 494. Newcourt , op. cit. 492. L. and P. Hen . VIII , iv, 964. Cal. of Pat . 1422–9, p. 274. Newcourt , op. cit. i, 493. Ibid.

    Little Laver Church

    1554 : Newcourt , op. cit. CP25(2)/126/ 1606 ; Newcourt , Repert . ii, 370. Newcourt , Repert . ii, 370. Ibid. CP25(2)/293 East. 7 Jas. 1. Newcourt , Repert . ii, 370. E.A.T . n.s. vi, 326. Newcourt ,

    Note on abbreviations

    (4 vols. 1916-23 ) Morant, Essex P. Morant, The History and Antiquities of Essex (2 vols. 1768) Newcourt , Report . R. Newcourt , Repertorium Ecclesiasticum Parochiale Londinense (2 vols. 1710) P.N. Essex (E.P.N.S.) P. H. Reaney , The Place

    Magdalen Laver Church

    Cal. Close , 1364-8 , 405; Newcourt , Repert . ii, 370-1. Newcourt , Repert . ii, 371. E.R.O., D/DA T199. Newcourt , Repert . ii, 371. CP25(2)/ 1309 Trin. 21 Geo. III; Newcourt , Repert . ii, 371. In

    Hospitals Domus conversorum

    256. Newcourt gives a certain Michael de Worth as appointed in 1334 , but this would seem to be a mistake. Cal. of Pat . 1338–40, p. 256. He was keeper of the Rolls. Ibid. 1341–3, p. 236. Newcourt inserts

  • * British History Online * *

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    Errata

    the last line, for Fullerand , read Fulcrand . P. 475. l. 3. after he is said , add, by Newcourt . P. 571. l. 15. for 14 . . . . read 1418. ERROR in the REFERENCES to PUBLIC

    Illustrative Documents, Charter of Henry II, c.1160

    5 Henry II., crowned 19 December 1154, died 6 July 1189. Probably we may date this confirmation about 1160. See Newcourt Repertorium , I. 853. Richard de Beaumes or Belmeis II. Bishop of London, 28 September 1152 4 May 1162.

    Wills, 6 Henry V (1418-19)

    charitable uses. Dated London, 24 January, A.D. 1417. Roll 146 (35). 1 Supra , p. 392. 1 It appears from Newcourt ('Repertorium,' i. 471) that the lands and tenements here mentioned eventually became the property of the church, and that

    Charles II, June 1675, 01 June 1675-30 June 1675

    woollen, etc . [ Ibid. No . 4 ii. ] [1675. ] [June ? ] The Archers' Song by Richard Newcourt. Seven stanzas beginning: "Too long the nimble shaft and trusty bow Have lain neglected and hung by forlorn Useless Subscribers-only content

    Statutes (Baldock and Lisieux), Pars prima

    therefore called de Arcubus. Newcourt, Repertorium , i. 437. S. Martin le Grand, Aldersgate: where was "of old time a fair and large College of a Dean and Secular Canons or Priests," founded in 1056. Newcourt, Repertorium , i. 424.

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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

    was the Stone for White removed to the round Chapel, where it now is. ] Plowden , Roop, Cole , Newcourt , Heyhoe, Richard Lemster , Chaplain, Tho. Mayhull , Chaplain, Edmund Berford , Dirland, Tho. English , Chaplain, Robert

    Preface 6

    Tanner . A Remedy for Sedition. Print. 1536 . Red Book in the Chamber of London . Repertorium Ecclesiastic. By Newcourt . Camdens Elizabeth. Reasons offered by the Governors and Assistants of the Eastland Merchants against giving a general Liberty

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Lord Orford's Mercy colt (laken) 40 to I - Lord Chesterfield's Parthian (taken) 40 to I - Mr Griffith's Newcourt 66 to I - Co. Peel's St Valentine 1,000 to 10 - Lord Bruce's Rosalie colt (taken) 600 to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 1 .gst Amorin-, (taken), 30 to 1 agst Maccabenim, 33 to I agst Lmingtbish c.. 35 to I dgSt Newcourt (taken) 35 to 1 agst Cornop,-an, 45 t- 1 art Nlercv c. (taken). 50 to I agst Fakeawwav 66 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to I agst Gaper (taken), 14 to I agst Aristides (taken) 15 to I agst Gamecock, 16 to 1 agst Newcourt, 20 to I agst General Pollock (taken), 20 to I agst Parthian, 40 to 1 agat Pickpocket (taken), 50 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with them Sirikol, Newcourt, A British Yeoman, Elixir, and two or three others. The leading horses maintained their positions till near the turn, where, no great had been the pace, we looked in vain for Aristides, Newcourt, and Elixir-they had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    favour of Col. Fermont. Three large warehouses in Louisville were destroyed by fire on the 29th ult. Messrs H. D. Newcourt and Brothers occupied one, and their loss is estimated at 100,000 dollars, of which three-fourths was insured in the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    VAUGHAN, Sir Roger (by 1522-71), of Porthaml, Talgarth, Brec.

    of Henry Miles alias Parry of Newcourt in Bacton, Herefordshire (brother-in-law to John Vaughan II); Sir Roger Vaughan evidently used this as one of his residences for it was as of Porthaml and Newcourt that he received a general pardon

 

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