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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Drayton Other estates

    1529) 57 in 1516 , and who died about 1549. By 1540 Burnell had united two West Drayton estates, called Palmers and Fitzhughs, totalling 120 acres, 58 with a rental of £13 6 s . 8 d . 59 The

    Almshouses Ludlow (Hosier's)

    . 4 d . a year, with a sum of money and a silver cup together worth £20, to the Palmers ' Guild as a permanent endowment. 3 Admission to the almshouses was restricted to brethren of the guild and

    Religious Guild Ludlow , Palmers ' Guild

    Religious Guild Ludlow , Palmers ' Guild RELIGIOUS GUILD 41. THE PALMERS' GUILD OF LUDLOW It was said in 1388 that this guild had been founded in 1284 by a group of Ludlow burgesses, who assigned rent-charges on their property

    Hospitals Ludlow ( St John )

    patronage 11 guaranteed the hospital's survival at a period when Ludlow burgesses seem to have diverted their interests to the Palmers ' Guild. 12 The foundation charter had made no reference to a patron, merely directing that masters were to

    Parishes Ruscombe

    the end of the 18th century, when William Walter Knight conveyed it to Richard Palmer , the ancestor of the Palmers of Holme Park , Sonning , 15 who also purchased other property in the parish. Garth . Or two

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 1 [St. Michael Pater noster.] Vintrie Ward.

    their hands. This Paragraph I thought fit to restore, being left out in the two last Editions. ] Next is Palmers lane, now called Anchor lane. The Plummers have their Hall there, but are Tenants to the Vintners. Then is

    Book 3, Chapter 6 [Monuments.] Cripplegate Ward. [Inscriptions.]

    being placed above an Helmet , a Mans Arme couped, the Sleeve, Azure, Cuff. Argent, and Hand, proper: Holding a Palmers Staff, Sable, garnished, Or. He whose Monuments this is, was of Cotes in Nottinghamshire ; and had an honourable

    Book 3, Chapter 1 [Chief Streets.] Vintrie Ward.

    the Fruiterers have their Hall. Anchor lane, long and narrow, running down to the Thames : It was formerly called Palmers lane; and here the Plumbers have their Hall. Vintners Hall seated in Thames street , now a curious large

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ndei, rbpu t' nne I*2 mytun -t mercliPS; - - 7~~~~~~~~------- F. JelT, Coventry, 4li3pkeeper.. W. Jac1ksodi, Bristol, ecrn-faetor. J1. Palmers Rligeley, S'taffordslirn, butchter. R. Ritehie, Mill-lhe, Deptford,. brewer. J. Wright, Bermondeey-street, Southweik, provision-merc lant. G. Seaman, Bishopsgale.street, litriI-drmper. R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WORKS pubhlished dnring-the.woesk ,by Longman, Roes, Orme, Brownl, andt Green, London. HF MISCELLANEOUS PROSE WORKS of TLSjR WA.LTER SCOTT. Bart. now first collected. In 6I vole. 890.- price th les beards. Contents p-Vol. . Life of Dryden-2. Life of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Queen took her usual ride in the afternoon, accom- panied by her illustrious mother, and also by Viscounts Melbourne and Palmers. toss, and a numerous suite. On Friday afternoon her Majesty rode out on horseback through the Great park, accompanied Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MEHEMET ALT AND THE PONSONBY PORTE. [From the Times' Correspondent at Alexandria, Dec. IOti.] It was admitted, without hesitation, that Sir Robert was at first well enough satisfied with the convention achieved by the Commodore, but on the arrival Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COURT AND ARISTOCRACY. HER MAJsESTY_ All the preparations rendered neces- sary in consequence of the near approach of her Majesty's accouchement are in readiness. Although the Queen has been rather indisposed the last day or two, she has never Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Accounts, March 1532 - March 1534

    iiij s Item Receued the ij de day of Nouemb'r for the .ij. smayll lights At the Buriall of Agnes Palmers childe iiij d Item Receued the xxij th day of Januarij for the .ij. smayll lights At the Buryall

    Vintrie warde

    of Edward the third, and confirmed the 15. of Henry the 6. Palmers lane or anchor lane. Plummers hall.; worster house. Frewterers hall.; Olde Swanne . Next is Palmers lane, now called Anchor lane: the plummers haue their Hall there,

    Calais Papers, April 1547, 02 April 1547-24 April 1547

    some of the Council should in like manner every day go to see what went on; and yesterday, the two Palmers having met there M. le Baron, who is now lieutenant to M. de Rieulx, lately come from the Court,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, May 1756, 1-10, 01 May 1756-10 May 1756

    Bill, at the said Second Reading; as may also Counsel be heard for the said Bill, at the same Time. Palmers against Jackson & al. After hearing Counsel in Part, in the Cause wherein Roger Palmer the Elder and Roger

    General Index, P, Q, 01 December 1637-31 August 1638

    letters of letter to Sir James warrant to grant to Lady, letter to her children her father Mr. Sir Roger Palmers alias Rawlies, Suffolk, a tenement Pangbourne , Berks Pannett , John, mayor of Chichester Panting , Mr., vicar of Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PALMER, .

    Michaelmas term 1549 for evidence of an action interrupted by the invocation of privilege has proved fruitless. Of the numerous Palmers then being sued in the court none was a resident of a parliamentary borough and most were of humble

    PALMER, Thomas I (1542-by 1616), of Angmering, Suss. and Blackwall, Mdx.

    Held J.p. Suss. 1572; sheriff, Surr. and Suss. 1572-3; dep. lt. Suss. June 1585-at least 1591. Biography The Palmers had been established in Sussex from at least the beginning of the fourteenth century, and towards its end a fortunate marriage

    PALMER, William I, of Bridgnorth, Salop.

    statutes of weights and measures and regarding shoemakers), Mar. 1396 (maladministration of the hospital of St. John, Bridgnorth). Biography The Palmers had long been prominent in Bridgnorth as reeves, bailiffs and MPs from the early 14th century onwards. Theirs was

    PALMER, Sir Thomas (by 1498-1544), of Pollicott, Bucks. and London.

    if the choice falls on a namesake and kinsman of the knight porter. This Sir Thomas Palmer, one of the Palmers of Angmering, Sussex, was perhaps a younger son of John Palmer and thus uncle to the knight porter and

    BURLEY, John I (d.1415/16), of Broncroft in Corvedale, Salop.

    BURLEY, John I (d.1415/16), of Broncroft in Corvedale, Salop. Constituency Dates Shropshire 1399 Shropshire 1401 Shropshire Jan. 1404 Shropshire Oct. 1404 Shropshire 1410 Shropshire 1411 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Salop Feb. 1389 (robberies), Oct. 1398 (murder), Nov. 1400

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 April 1702, 16 April 1702

    Abjuration, and fubferibed the fame, purfuant to the late Aft of Parliament. The Lord Jeffreys reported from the Lords Commit- Palmers Bill. tees, the Bill, intituled, " An Aft to enable Jeffrey **. Palmer Efquire to fettle a Jointure upon Subscribers-only content

    27 January 1795, 27 January 1795

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. Adjourn. Dominus Cancellous declaravit prafens Parliamen- Accordingly, the Lord Walfingham prefented to the Bill prefented, turn continuandum effe ufque ad et in diem Jovis^vi- Houfe, a Bill, intituled, " An AQ. for naturalizing Subscribers-only content

    13 June 1808, 13 June 1808

    taken into Con¬ fideration To-morrow; and that the Lords be fum¬ moned. Ordered, That the Lords following be appointed a Palmers Committee to confider of the Agreement made with Agreement, Mr. Palmer for the Reform and Improvement of the Poft Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1813, 29 June 1813

    each Year ; including in fuch Net " Revenue any Expence of Packets, beyond the Sum " limited by Mr. Palmers Agreement, the Expence of " Irijh Government Expreffes, and the Annuity of " .#3,000. per Annum paid to Mr. Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1823, 7 February 1823

    " That Mr. Walpole, from '.' the Treasury, attended ;" He was called in ; and delivered at the Bar, pursuant to the Directions of several Acts of Parliament, " Report - Adjourn. Archiej Epus. J Palmers ?'; agains ^ii Subscribers-only content


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