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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Remembrancer E 364 Foreign Accounts, Rolls of E 368 Memoranda Rolls E 372 Pipe Rolls E 373 Pipe Rolls ( Norman ) Exchequer, Treasury of the Receipt E 42 Ancient Deeds, Series AS. E 43 Ancient Deeds, Series WS. Home

    The city of Worcester Cathedral and priory

    western bays apparently follow the lines of the earlier Norman nave. The main arches are slightly pointed and of four members carried on nook shafts, having capitals of freely treated Norman patterns. The triforium in each bay has two pointed

    The city of Durham The castle

    from excavations made in 1898 , it would seem that the Norman gateway consisted of a square tower with shallow projecting wings. All that definitely survives, however, of the Norman period are the circular turr et stair up to the

    Alien houses The priory of Povington

    . 9 d . of the Easter rent. 93 Notwithstanding the many charters granted in favour of this Norman abbey by the Norman and early Plantagenet kings, 94 the claim of the monks to their estates here did not pass

    The ancient borough Castle View

    the mound, the hall and some cellars, with gateways and some fragments of the enclosure wall. The mound of the Norman castle, which was probably thrown up in 1068 , stands rather to the south of the present hall and

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 3 [Guild-Hall.] Cheape Ward.

    Beard, and a grave Aspect; who, it may be, might be good Bishop William , Bishop of London , a Norman , but a great Friend to the City; and who obtained from the Conqueror, the continuation of its Privileges.

    Book 1, Chapter 20 TOWER of London. Office of the Records.

    III .) were placed under their proper Years; and a Catalogue made of them. That Abstracts were made of the Norman , Scotch, Welsh and Irish Rolls; with Alphabetical Indexes of the Names of Persons and Places. That Depositions in

    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward. Trinity Priory.

    the venerable Lady Maud , Wife unto the said King, by the Persuasion of Archbishop Anselm. It was given unto Norman , who became the first Prior not only there, and first Canon Regular of the whole Kingdom: For by

    Book 5, Chapter 14 [Farriers, &c.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Brown Bakers, &c.]

    the FARRIERS. My Relation concerning them, must needs be answerable to their own Allegation. Henry de Ferrariis, or Ferrers, a Norman born, came over with William the Conqueror , who gave unto the said Henry de Ferrariis (as being his

    Book 1, Chapter 20 TOWER of London. Regalia.

    them so published by him, shewed the ancient supreme Jurisdiction of the Kings of this Land, whether British, Saxon, or Norman ; but especially under the Reigns of King John , Henry III . and Edward I . The last

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saesneg, ni a ddyfynwn ddernyn neu d4au t wedi euapigo ar antur:-Tudal 255, " The stern iron grasp of the Norman apon Welsh soil had already r often proved frustrate by crushing it to mere illuding dust.' Y mae yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - BARN FFRANCWR AM Y Y SAESON, | i CYMRY, A' GWYDDELOD. l i Ymnddangosodd y sylwadau canlyn0ol ar y cenedl- redy Vr oedd Prydeinig yn Le Temps, newyddiadur syd -. Ffrengig, am Mai 8fed, 1872; ac feallai y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gynyagiad Jifr. JIiall-Mri. A. H. v Brown, J. E. Smith, Mundella, Syr J. Lawrence, Cad- ben Beaumont, Mri. Seeley (Lincoln), Norman, Steven- K son, H. Hoare, Daglish, Pease, Syr P. Goldsmid, Mri. J( r McArthur, Gilpin, Roden, Colman, Morley, Seeman, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    man mae'n debyg. Yr ael- odan blaenorol dros y f wrdeisdref han ydoedd H. C. Raikes, Ysw. (C.), a'r Anrhyd. Norman lGrosvenor (R.). Y maeyrolafwedi ymnneilldiao oer maes ykrot yma. Heddyw, sef Chwefror 3ydd, ydoedd diwrnod d mawr w'r etboliad. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    theulu cyfrifol o'r enw Norman, a Usk, yn swydd Mynwy, y rbai oeddynt ya talu ymwel- iad yn acelysurol A Chaerfyrddin; a bu Miss Charles yn (eu gwasanaeth am bedair blynedd, se yna ar 'farwolaeth Mrs. Norman, aeth at frawd Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NORMAN, Richard (?1757-1847), of Melton Mowbray, Leics.

    NORMAN, Richard (?1757-1847), of Melton Mowbray, Leics. Constituency Dates Bramber 27 Feb 1804 251806 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Leics. 1811-12. Ofifces Held Capt. Melton Mowbray vols. 1801, 1803. Biography Norman, a Leicestershire squire, was not considered by the dowager duchess of

    NORMAN, John (by 1483-1525), of York.

    NORMAN, John (by 1483-1525), of York. Constituency Dates York 1523 Ofifces Held Member, Corpus Christi guild, York 1512, senior chamberlain 1512-13, sheriff 1514-15, member of the Twenty-Four 1515, alderman 1517, 1521-d., mayor 1524-5. Biography The son of a merchant

    MACLEOD, Norman (1706-72), of Dunvegan, Skye.

    MACLEOD, Norman (1706-72), of Dunvegan, Skye. Constituency Dates Inverness-shire 1741 201754 Ofifces Held Gentleman of the police [S] 1754-64. Biography A posthumous son, Macleod succeeded his father as head of one of the most powerful of the Highland clans. During

    NORMAN, Thomas, of Canterbury, Kent.

    NORMAN, Thomas, of Canterbury, Kent. Constituency Dates Canterbury Dec. 1421 Ofifces Held Cofferer, Canterbury Mich. 1407-9; jurat 1410-12, 1413-15, 1416-18, 1421-3, 1425-7, 1428-30, 1431-3, 1434-6, 1437-9, 1440-1; bailiff 1423-4. Biography Norman was not a native of Canterbury. The civic authorities

    KEMEYS, Edward (d.1623), of Kemeys and Bertholdy, Llantrisant, Mon.

    Held Escheator, Mon. 1586-7, j.p. from c.1591, sheriff 1600-1. Biography The Kemeys family was of Norman origin, descended from one of the adventurers who overran Gwent in 1091. The manor house was reconstructed during the sixteenth century and has been

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

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    K. Henry. 8. Dauid Straton, Norman Gurlay, in Scotland. Thomas Hardyng, Martyrs.

    8. Dauid Straton, Norman Gurlay, in Scotland. Thomas Hardyng, Martyrs.PersecutersMartyrs.The Causes.ticke equall with M. Patrike aforesayd: and so hee suffereddeath for hys faythfull testimonie of the truth of Christ,and of hys Gospell, at the Northchurch style of theAbbaychurch of Saint

    K. Henry. 2. The lying miracles of Thomas Becket examined.

    question moued among the maisters of Paris, whether Tho. Becket were saued or damned. To this question answereth Roger a Norman: that he was worthy death and damnation, for that he was so obstinate agaynst Gods minister hys K. Contrary,

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    question moued emong the maysters of Paris, whether Tho. Becket wer saued or damned. To this question answereth Roger a Norman, þt he was worthy death and damnation, for þt he was so obstinate against Goddes minister his king. Cōtrary

    Book 2, page 45 (1563)

    Adrians tower wt his adherēts. Wher he being beset round about at length sēdeth for Robert Guiscardus his frēd a Norman. In the meane time while Kobertuscollecteth his power, the abbot of Cluniake, cōferring with Gregory, exhorteth him to crowne

    Quene Mary. The Submission & pardonyng of the Garnesey men, that put thē to death.

    and the infante of the said Perotine, executed by fire, for supposed heresie, as also for the acquityng of Nicholas Norman, a wilfull murderer, and other matters cōtained in their seuerall Submissions, praie the Queenes Maiesties Pardon for the saied

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Speech ... at the election of the University of Dublin, ... 1841., 1841

    , clerk, Killaloe Nixon,Edwaid, cleik, Navan Noble, Robert, clerk, Athboy Nolan, Thomas, clerk, ex-scholar, Lnerpool Norman , Hugh, cleik, Rathmelton Norman , Robert, clerk, Ashbourne Norman , Alexandei, Gieat Denmark street Norton , Robeit, 14 Eceles-«treet Nunn, Richard L 6, Subscribers-only content

    Temperament in relation to disease., 1887

    a powerful influence in this direction history bears ample evidence of. Look at the fierce and imperious barons of the Norman and Plantagenet periods, with their hands on the hilts of their swords and their heels on the necks of Subscribers-only content

    The truth about Ireland, 1884

    this assertion by the facts that our language is the tongue of nearly every Irishman, that a large proportion of Norman and Saxon blood flows in the veins of Irishmen, and, more than all, that half a million or so Subscribers-only content

    The truth about Ireland, 1884

    power; Brutus, when he drove Tarquin from Rome ; Boadicea, when she laid Verulam in ashes; Godwin, when he resisted Norman ascendency; Wallace , when he rose against Edward the First , Lord of Scotland ; William ' the Silent, Subscribers-only content

    The truth about Ireland, 1884

    saw im¬ posed. It is the allotted task of the English people to wipe out the stain cast by the Norman aristocracy upon the scutcheon of our land. You have achieved freedom for yourselves; it remains for you to join Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 May 1690, 13 May 1690

    496 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A 1690. " To-morrow Morning, the Firft Bufinefs, for the Houfe ** to be put into a Committee again on the faid Bill; and •• that fome of the Judges attend, and Subscribers-only content

    18 January 1695, 18 January 1696

    of the faid BiU be committed to the Lords following; (videlicet,) Dux Bolton. March. Norman by Comes Bridge- water. Comes Manchefter. Comes Sandwich. Comes Craven. Comes Rochefier. Comes Marlebo- rough. Comes Torrington. Comes Bradford. Epus. Winton. Epus. Sarum. Ds. Bergevennyt Subscribers-only content

    28 January 1695, 28 January 1696

    654 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A* 1695. Beere tjerfiis Gibbon* State of the Public Ac¬ counts, E. I. Com¬ pany and Merchants, concerning Powers ne- ceffsry to be given to an iS. I. Comp. Thornbill nierfus Clifton. Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1696, 20 February 1697

    Lords. tot Ordered, That be committed to-the March. Norman by.Q ^ E In ¦ith lents Bill. Bill. i pre- 11. Iks, rohi- s'Bill, Corifiueration of the faid Bill Lords following;. {videlicet,) Ds. Laivarr. Ds. Hunfdon. Ds. Howard Eß* Ds* Jermyti. Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1698, 10 May 1698

    IO III. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 279 IE Martis, xo° Maii. Epus, Epus. A MefTage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, ^e! by Sir Francis Marßam and others: Conference'on _ f. To defire a Conference, upon Subscribers-only content

 

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