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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Wotton Introduction and map INDEX MAP TO THE HUNDRED OF WOTTON

    appears as Dorking Hundred in Norden 's Map of Surrey ( 1610 ), given in V.C.H. Surr . i, while the name Wotton is alternative to Blackhea th , by a mere error of Norden 's. V.C.H. Surr . i,

    Staines Market and fairs

    the history of trading, & c. in Staines , see p. 24. Rot. Litt. Claus . 1204-24 (Rec. Com.), 381. Norden , Spec. Brit . pt. 1, Mdx. pp. 13, 40; Brewer, Beauties of Eng. and Wales ( 1816 ),

    Parishes Portchester Portchester Church

    window in the north curtain wall near the keep. The last document of importance which need be quoted here is Norden 's survey of the castle in 1609 . 91 It is accompanied by a bird's-eye sketch of the buildings

    Heston and Isleworth Markets and fairs

    103-4. Cal. Chart R . 1257-1300 , 463. Valor Eccl . i. 402; B.M. Harl . MS. 607, f. 122; Norden ( Speculum Brit . pt. 1) does not mention the market. C 66/ 3282 , no. 2; for the

    Heston and Isleworth Mills

    1833 ), 923. Norden , Speculum Brit. pt . 1, p. 37. E 134/ 26 Eliz. Trin. 2; cf. Rocque, Map of 10 miles round Lond . ( 1746 ). E 134/ 26 Eliz. Trin. 2. Norden , op. cit.;

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, December 1668, 01 December 1668-31 December 1668

    Walks and enjoyed the same upwards of five years, and in Nov., 1656, by agreement between Norden and Hawles in the Earl's presence, Norden was to have the benefit of Hawles' bargain, he making Hawles 500 l . a clear Subscribers-only content

    The Common Paper, Assessments of £20 levied 1573

    of £ 20 levied 1573 [p. 286 transcript ] Temp'e Joh'is Norden & Th' Brend gardian' & c A ° 1573, Annoqz Elizabeth Regine xvj ° & xvij ° A sessement off xx li levyd of the Company of Scryveners

    Charitable accounts of the Salters' Company

    d . 30 June 1880 to 30 June 1881. To cash received from Mr. Joseph Gardner, half year's rent of Norden Farm, due Michaelmas 1880 118 0 0 To cash received from Mr. Parsons for half-year's rent do. do., due

    The Common Paper, Money lent towards provision of wheat 1560 and 1561

    Willyam Hewet knight then Lorde Maire of the Citie of London towarde A p'vision for Wheate Imprimis lent by John Norden and Bartylmewe Brokesbye Wardens of the said companye videl't by everye of them xxvj s viij d liij s

    The Common Paper, Apprentices and servants, 1478-1573

    the Nativity of St. John Baptist, 3 Elizabeth, in the time of John Norden and Bartholomew Brokesby', Wardens. Apprentices or Servants 4 Masters [blank ] John Norden John Walker Bartholomew Brokesbye [blank ] John Hulson Lambert Thomas and John Baker

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

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    K. Hen. 8. A Table of Martyrs which suffered in Germany.

    Frenchberlayne ofGeorge.Church here in Eng-Gaunt, andland, during the reignethe Friersof King Edward. Af-there.ter the comminge ofAt Gaunt.Queene Mary he wētto Norden in Frise-An. 1555.land, wyth hys Wyfeand Children. Fromthence, hauing busi-nesse, hee came toGaunt: where (after a certayne space that

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of Martyrs which suffered in Germanie.

    first wasin the Frenche Churche here inEngland, duryng the reigne ofking Edward. After the com-myng of Quene Mary, he wentto Norden in Friselande, withhis wife & childrē. Frō thēce, hauing busines, he came to Gaunt:where (after a certain space thathe

    Queene Mary. Richard Gibson. Iohn Rough, Margaret Mearing, Martyrs.

    Rough with his wife flyeth into Friseland.he fled with hys wife into Friseland, and dwelt there at a place called Norden, labouring truely for his liuing, in knitting of cappes, hose, and such like thinges, till about the end of

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    thereupon arise, and fealing his owne weakenes) he fledde with his wife into Friseland, and dwelt thereat a place called Norden, labouringe truly for his liuing, in knitting of cappes, hose, and such like thinges, till about the end of

    Q. Mary. Richard Gibson, Iohn Rough, Margaret Mearyng, Martyrs.

    Rough with his wife flieth into Friseland.he fled with his wife into Friseland, and dwelt there at a place called Norden, labouryng truely for his liuyng, in knittyng of Cappes, hose, and suche like thinges, till about the ende of

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. The Bounds.

    an Inscription ancienter than that set up by the said Corporation, lost long since in the Church, but preserved by Norden ; we learn, that this Gentleman had three Wives, Dame Margery , Dame Anne , and Dame Mary ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE,4TRE ROYlL, DRURY-LANE. ON MONDAY, JUNE 10, KING RICHARD THE THIRD. Duke of Gloucs-ster, Ur. IKEAN; with GIOVANNI in LONDON. On Tuesday, the Opera of LOV E in a VILLAGE. Hawthorn, Mr. BRAHAM, wvith MODERN ANTIQUES. On Wedufysday, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    merchants, who will have to pay for them. Alter the Hong had settled for the purchase of the Danish ship Norden for 45,000 dollars, the government had receded from the bargain, on the plea that she is not worth so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POSTSCRIPT. LONDON, Saturday, Dec. 27,1845. The I Gazette' of last night contains the official notification of the further prorogation of Parlia- recently from the 30th to the 22nd of January, then to meet for the dispatch of business. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINR The Liberty of Rorne: a History. With anr Historical Account of the Liberty of Ancient Nations. By Samuel Eliot. Two vols. Bentley. The author of this book, an accomplished American, calls it a History. Others may Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    staffordshire, iil lils 74th year, aecletlyraedsllttm, thle sea.-On5 the 2tnd nit., at Ilalifax, NMIa Scotin, Magdalen, wid~st stllsp J. Vais Norden, of St Gerges Bermuda. an the ~4th ye it of her "-nw intin vyvian terrace, Cliftso, Airs Lee, asatisorof Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NORDEN, John (c.1612-69), of Rowde, nr. Devizes, Wilts.

    NORDEN, John (c.1612-69), of Rowde, nr. Devizes, Wilts. Constituency Dates Wiltshire 1654 Old Sarum 27 Apr. 1660 Devizes 3 Dec. 1666 June 1669 Ofifces Held J.p. Wilts. 1646-53, 1657, Mar. 1660-d., commr. for assessment 1657, Jan. 1660-d., militia Mar.

    JAYCOCK, John, of Norden in West Alvington, Devon.

    John, of Norden in West Alvington, Devon. Constituency Dates Plympton Erle 1391 Plympton Erle 1393 Plympton Erle 1394 Plympton Erle 1395 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Devon May 1403 (piracy). Ofifces Held Escheator, Devon and Cornw. 12 Feb.-30 Nov. 1407.

    MARROW, Thomas (by 1516-61), of Redfern, Warws. and Hoxton, Mdx.

    several times amerced for his failure to read and to act as steward. He nevertheless made a sufficient reputation for Norden to call him ‘a famous lawyer’.[footnote]Marrow’s aim in life was the creation of a coherent landed estate in Warwickshire.

    LEWKNOR, Edward (1542-1605), of Kingston Buci, Suss. Denham Hall, Suff.

    abuses in the ministry on behalf of the inhabitants of east Sussex. A survey of Sussex ministers, compiled possibly by Norden, whom he had presented to the living of Hamsey St. Peter, was found among his papers. On as Feb.

 

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