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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Friars of the sack, Cambridge

    . (Rec. Com.), ii, 381. Lib. Mem . 218. Cal. Pat . 1266-72 , p. 236; H. P. Stokes , Outside the Trumpington Gates (C.A.S.), 23. Ibid. 24-7. Ibid. 22; Hundr. R . (Rec. Com.), ii, 360. 'Ricardi de Heke

    High Laver Church

    characters in memory of Robert Ramsey (probably died about 1436) and his wife Joan; 82 this plate has now disappeared. Outside the south wall of the nave is the brick altar tomb of John Locke ( 1704 ). A mural

    Arms, seals, insignia, and plate BOROUGH OF COLCHESTER

    in diameter; it depicts a castle or walled town with St. Helen standing in the doorway of a central tower. Outside the legend, which is black letter SIGILLUM OFFICII BALLIVORUM VILLE COLCESTRIE, is a broad border of roses and fleur-de-lis.

    Colleges Rushworth

    wear a white mantle or cope with hood or amice, save those who were in surplices or other ecclesiastical vestments. Outside the church they were to conduct themselves in gesture, dress, and in every particular as became honest clerks. They

    Liverpool Schools

    of Liverpool , are thrown open to the competition of pupils of these and other secondary schools in the city. Outside of the system controlled by the Education Com mittee, there are, in addition to the schools enumerated in V.C.H.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rglts, h oes n dysentran a o 'ass ~e s1re to tak foMs. .Wmowb, Soorxxo- an jd'eee tht'"Cuts an~d P5128 Ne''r,,,k siLodis on the Outside shldi ?i I6ld7iUala pw in (aait at 1. l b Id Dpeo t'484 ,0odl 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    universal application. The Church possesses the f- teachers in precisely the same way in which it iT possesses all things. Outside the Church there is no real possession. The power that most trulysubingates and uses for its own ends ell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    taste in art, after viewving the truly deieisids grounds, must. have been strtick with the contrast wihich presented itself within. Outside, Nature in all her loveliness: joside, Art, (if art it could be called,) " imfitating Nature most -abomi- nably."-Fronz Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be wondered at, when travelling by stage coaches has come down to the following rates:-" Inside what you please. Outside, ditto." Who would pay even nine-pence per mile for a post-coach, while such advantages present themselves ? This is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    36s.; Bright Red, ble, Darkl Red, 202s. per cwt.-These Paints being finely ground in Oil, are s5itsbte for Inside or Outside Work. They are very ornamental and durable. REFINED MINERAL TAR PAINT, ate 1r . per Cask, contain g 140ib.- Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUCHOUN, Edmund (d.c.1395), of New Romney, Kent.

    Held Jurat, New Romney 25 Mar. 1391-2. Biography Huchoun paid maltolts in Hospital ward, Romney, from 1379 to 1395. Outside the town he owned land in the neighbouring Kentish hundreds of St. Martin’s and Langport, on which he claimed exemption

    HOWE, George Grobham (c.1627-76), of Berwick St. Leonard, nr. Hindon, Wilts.

    active in the Cavalier Parliament. He was named to only 26 committees in 14 sessions, and made no recorded speeches. Outside Parliament he co-operated in the suppression of conventicles, but he took no part in preparing the Clarendon Code. In

    WALROND, Amos (c.1623-68), of Wells, Som.

    bill and those for the execution of those under attainder and confirming the dukedom of Somerset in the Seymour family. Outside the House he was, if anything, too active; as Thomas Gape pointed out, he had too many irons in

    ANNESLEY, Francis (1663-1750), of Castlewellan, co. Down and Thorganby, Yorks.

    ANNESLEY, Francis (1663-1750), of Castlewellan, co. Down and Thorganby, Yorks. Constituency Dates Preston 1705 1708 Westbury 1708 1715 Westbury 1 June 1715 Westbury 1722 1734 Ofifces Held M.P. [I] 1695-9, 1703-28 Sept. 1703. Ofifces Held Commr. for sale of

    BEVERLEY, Thomas, of Cambridge.

    was replaced by Robert Attilbridge* in the spring of 1399.[footnote]Nothing is known about the property Beverley held in Cambridge itself. Outside the town, however, he and his wife owned 12 messuages and some 180 acres of land at Arrington, which


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