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  • * British History Online * *

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    Edward VI, February 1550, 01 February 1550-28 February 1550

    and lords of the Queen's Council and Session As we wrote to you to continue a summons by our cousin Patrick lord Gray against the Laird of "Duncrowb" and his spouse touching the redemption of certain lands, to the end Subscribers-only content

    BROWNEGOLD, Patrick

    Patrick BROWNEGOLD Patrick BROWNEGOLD Biography Name Patrick BROWNEGOLD Gender Male Primary occupation medical physician (Practitioner of physic) Period of medical practice 1586-1606 Other notes Charged & fined 1596. Censorial hearings 17 Sep 1596 Entry B was summoned, and charged with

    PARTIC, -

    Biography Name PARTIC (PATRIC, PATRICK) Gender Male Primary occupation medical empiric (Empiric) Period of medical practice 1545-1573 Place of birth Scot Other notes Punished 1555 1563. Cornet supporter. Cf Francis P, William P, BSC cards. Censorial hearings 1555-6 Entry 'There

    Errata

    Errata ADDITIONAL ERRATA NOTICED IN VOL. III. Page 619, column 1, line 5, for Hanmer, Dr. Meredith, Dean of St. Patrick's, 239, 557, read Hanmer, Dr. Meredith, 239. Page 634, column 1, line 20, for Meredith, Mr. Dean of Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 29 June 1607, 29 June 1607-29 June 1607

    Highness' Manors. Steward's Nat. LL. 2. An Act for the Naturalizing of John Steward Esquire, Brother and Heir apparent to Patrick Earl of Orkney. Union with Scotland. Mr. Attoney-general was sent in Message to the Lords, to pray a Conference,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The ancient borough Roman Catholicism

    other churches in and near Leicester owe their foundation to the Dominican community. The first to be built was St. Patrick 's, Royal East Street , which served a large settlement of Irish immigrants who had come to Leicester during

    Wellington Roman Catholicism

    a numerical strength attributable to an influx of Irish workers since the late 18th century. The church, dedicated to St. Patrick , was repl aced in 1906 by a new one in King Street built of stone and brick in

    Gilbertine houses Priory of Watton

    14 Roger, occurs 1240 15 Patrick , occurs 1251-2 16 to 1260, 17 elected Master of Sempringham 1261-2 18 Roger (? de Dalton ), occurs 1267-72 19 Reginald, before 1278 20 Robert de Cave 21 Patrick de Middleton , occurs

    Parishes Weston Patrick

    Parishes Weston Patrick WESTON PATRICK Weston Patrik (xiv cent.). Weston Patrick is a small parish containing 1,183 acres. There is a small detached portion of 16 acres on the west, separated from the main part of the parish by Upton

    Parishes Berwick St James

    passed with Kempsford before 1096 to Patrick de Chaworth, probably Ernulf's son-inlaw, and after 1133 to Patrick 's son Patrick (d. by 1155 ). 42 It was held in 1169 by the younger Patrick 's son Pain, also called Pain

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HArmoxNY IN RELIGION. By a Roman Catholic Priest.. i;s 6d IONAANDOTHERSONNETs. By WadeRobinson ... 2g 6d : LIFE OF ST. PATRICK. By Joseph S. Smithson ... Os 6d MAnsH's (Sir HENRY) CLINICAL LECTURES ... ... 2s 6d 3 MEDICALiXiAMNATIONPAPERsOfUniversityofDublin,&els Od Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYFARFODYDD MISOL. AmyO~. - CynhAliveyd y cyfarfod Y mais liwn yn Mhentir ddyddiau Llun a Mawrth, y 3ydd a'r 4ydd cyfisol, dan Iywyddiaeth y Parch. Rees Jones. 'Rhodd- wyd caniatad ac anogaeth i'r Parch. E. 'Lloyd, Cesarea, i fyned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tealu- sidd ofslen :ycyfioedd . -. .:... .,.- , YrY oedd dydd Gwener'yr iythnaso ddi-weddaf yn ddydd gwyl genedigaeth St. Patrick, -ant yr Ynys Werad, a gwnaed arddangoiasmamu' byviog ar yr achlysur gan.y vwydd-ladeynLloegr. Yu Birming- ham eymerwyd mantais o'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    saethodd yr heddgeidwad yn d( st- cael ameer i .fynd.yn; ddigon pell. Mae y 'C ddlyfaishon yn deilwng a,'blant St.! Patrick;: PI onh a yr hynasyddi yn dywyll ydyw' paham na 4al dd buasid yn dwyn y ddadl ymlaen yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coffadwriaeth ea seintiau. Cymerwyd dim llai na '!15 o flaen yr ynadon yn Dublin am fcddwdod ar ddydd gwyl St. Patrick. Nlynega newyddion o Gaercystenyn fed ter. fyaegoedd wedi tori allan yn Lebanon, ac anfonwyd milvyr yno gyda brys. AUifonodd Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHAWORTH, Patrick (?1701-31), of Annesley, Notts.

    CHAWORTH, Patrick (?1701-31), of Annesley, Notts. Constituency Dates East Retford 1722 1727 Biography Chaworth owed his unopposed return to his father-in-law, William Levinz, one of the leading Nottinghamshire Tories, who had an interest at Retford. On the other hand his

    DUNBAR, Patrick (c.1676-1763), of Bowermadden, and Northfield, Caithness.

    DUNBAR, Patrick (c.1676-1763), of Bowermadden, and Northfield, Caithness. Constituency Dates Caithness 1727 1734 Biography Patrick Dunbar was returned for his county by John Sinclair of Ulbster, the hereditary sheriff, after a contest in 1727, voting with the Administration. He did

    HERON, Patrick (c.1672-1761), of Heron, Kirroughtrie, Kirkcudbright.

    HERON, Patrick (c.1672-1761), of Heron, Kirroughtrie, Kirkcudbright. Constituency Dates Kirkcudbright Stewartry 1727 1741 Biography Patrick Heron’s family had been at Kirroughtrie since the early fifteenth century. A well-known cattle breeder and agriculturalist, he made money in the cattle trade, considerably

    HALDANE, George (1722-59), of Bearcrofts, Stirling, and Gleneagles, Perth.

    general election of 1747 his father, Patrick, arranged for him to stand for Stirling Burghs, in opposition to a candidate backed by Henry Pelham and the Duke of Argyll. In spite of Pelham’s remonstrances Patrick persisted in his campaign for

    CRAUFURD, Patrick (c.1704-78), of Auchenames, Renfrew, and Crosbie and Drumsoy, Ayr.

    CRAUFURD, Patrick (c.1704-78), of Auchenames, Renfrew, and Crosbie and Drumsoy, Ayr. Constituency Dates Ayrshire 1741 1754 Renfrewshire 1761 1768 Ofifces Held Burgess, Glasgow 1725, Edinburgh 1732. Biography Craufurd’s father made a fortune in the Netherlands trade, purchased his wife’s ancestral

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 24 SOCIETY of ANTIQUARIES.

    Shaw Esq; Frederik Slare , M.D. Thomas Smith , D.D. Sir John Stanley . Edward Smith , Dean of St. Patrick . Edward Southwell, Esq; George Stepney, Esq; Mr. Philip Stubs . Sir Philip Sydenham . The Lord Viscount Tarbat.

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

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    Book 6, page 1316 (1563)

    verie bodie of Christ is not in the sacramēt of the altar.Tenthlye, that thou This article was only obiected against Patrick Pachingan.Patrike Pachingham nowe being of the age of xxi. at the least, being within the house of the Byshop

    Q. Mary. The christian beliefe of M. Denley. Articles agaynst him.

    therefore the very body of Christ is not in the Sacrament of the aultar.Tenthly, This article was onely obiected agaynst Patrick Pachingham.that thou Patrike Pachingham now beyng of the age of 21. at the least, beyng within the house of

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TRANS.CP.1806/1

    Isle of Man Place(s): Glashin (Glashin) : undefined Location: Malew (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Castletown (Castletown) : town Location: Patrick (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Patrick (Kirk Patrick) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Malew (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Malew (Malew) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Kirk Michael (IsleOfMan) Place(s):

    TRANS.CP.1812/1

    : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Patrick Shimmin [Shimin] Role: appellant Details: male Location: German (IsleOfMan) Place(s): German (Kirk German) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Sylvester Kelly [Kelly] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Malew (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Patrick (Kirk Patrick) : chapelry Notes: Named

 

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