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  • * Victoria County History *

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    High Ongar Charities

    its redemption in 1910 for £100 stock. In 1834 this charity, along with Peacock 's and Waller's, was given in bread to all poor parishioners. 2 William Peacock , at an unknown date, gave 20 s . to the poor

    The University of Cambridge The age of reforms ( 1800-82 )

    Peacock , Lowndean professor ( 1837- 58 ) and Dean of Ely ( 1839-58 ), and Whewell, who succeeded Wordsworth as Master of Trinity in 1841 , were both men who spoke with far more weight in the University.

    The University of Cambridge The Middle Ages

    ( C.A.S. Luard Mem. Ser. i), ed. S. M. Leathes , p. xxix. Peacock , Observations on the Statutes , 26, note. This account is based on Peacock , op. cit. 14-26; Comm. Doc . i, passim ; Heywood ,

    Mills and fishponds

    to the corporation, however, and Peacock was sent to London to secure a lease for the city; in fact, Peacock got the lease for himself. Although much displeased, the corporation agreed in 1601 to allow Peacock to retain the lease

    Stanwell Mills

    to the lord of Stanwell manor. 25 One of them was held successively by Richard Peacock and his son John in the 14th century; ' Peacock 's mill' was in existence in the early 17th century. 26 A second mill

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lloegr -yn. 7yr .oes ddiweddaf, - hyny yn benaf Y trwy offerynoliaeth, Charles, Babbage, mewn cy- syiltiad E Herschel a Peacock. Yn .ei " Adgofion b Athronvdd." a gyboeddwyd yn 1864, y mae wedi d ymgymeryd &.rhoddi ger ein bron Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4ettpbbion -T abhni, Dywedir fod Tywysog ICymru 'yn bwriadu' myrned i India i dreulio y gauaf nesaf. Cychwyna ynI Tachwedd, meddir,:yn nghwmni Syr Bartle Frere.. Sibrydir fod armryw gyfarfyddiadau i gymeryd le6 rhwng gwahanol benadhriaid y Cyfandir a'u gilydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ganlynwyr yn ei frsvydrau d'r bobl hyn.. flrwgigenym ; hefyd ganfed iddo golli dau o'i ganlynwyr Ewropeaidd, o'r envwau Edward; Peacock a Flrederick Barker, y .:rhai a syrthiasanlt yn ebyrth;i glefyd. -Giyda<'i fintai fel hyn vedieleikhau gwnaeth ein dirprwynrdi-ildio i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    islaw y gorwel. Mae arddangosiad- au o'r fath yn gyifredin iawn yn nhueddan y Penrhyn Horn. Adrodda 8wyddogion y gadlong Peacock iddynt waled ger Terra del Fuego, dair o ddelwau o'r llong yn yr awyr, dwy yn unionsyth, ac un Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Baird, 4546 Orabam, 3422 LANOA?]?[R? R40 South?ort. Pilkington, 3741 Edwards-Mo3s,3561 DWYRAIN LANCASHIRE, Prestwich. Buckley,5414- Mowbray,.4686 DEHEU DD*Yii1N LAX&SHIRE, Rhm oRton. Peacock, 5300 Flattelyj 3552?: MONMOUTHSHIRV, Gorllewin. Warmlogtan, 6730 Williams, 1341 XIDDLESEX, Rhpbarth Harrow', Aii-brose, 4214 Milner, 3241 NOTTS, Rhanbarth Basseti;r. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark.

    this sordid kind and condition. It was first let by the Corporation aforenamed, to one Wyat, after him to one Peacock , after him to one Cleybrooke, and last to one Wilson , all Bakers. And this Chapel still employed

    Appendix 2, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    APPENDIX. 10, Cons. at Nottingham , Roger Arderne, Galfrid Peacock . 11, P. at Westm . Adam Ferthing, Rob. Hammond. 11, ditto, Thomas Coleman , Galfrid Peacock . 12, ditto, Galfrid Peacock , Alan Ferthing. 13, ditto, Thomas Coleman ,

    Book 5, Chapter 27 [Statutes for buying] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Fish and Fowl]

    6d. One better Corlune, 3d. One better Plover, 1d. One Swan for 3s. One better Crane for 3s. A better Peacock for 12d. A better Coney with the Skin, 4d. And without the Skin, 3d. The Flesh of a good

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Sports and Exercises. The Quinten.

    Exercise of their Activity, set forth a Game to run at the Quinten, and whosoever did best, should have a Peacock , which they had prepared as a Prize. Certain of the King's Servants, because the Court lay then at

    Book 3, Chapter 6 [Present State.] Cripplegate Ward.

    being long and open, with good Houses. Kings Arms Yard, pretty large, with ordinary old Buildings, chiefly for Car Men. Peacock Brewhouse, a good handsome convenient Building, and of a considerable T rade. Kings Head Court , pretty well built,

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    G. L. 6 March 1799. Restored 3 December 1800. Meeting Places Carpenters' Arms, Castle Gate, St. Peter's, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1790 Peacock, Mansfield Road, St. Peter's, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1794 Ram Inn, Long Row, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1801 Robin Hood, Milton Street, Nottingham,

    Warren Lodge

    Nottinghamshire 1802 Greyhound, Castle Gate, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1805 Green Dragon, Park Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1808 George and Dragon, North Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1810 Green Dragon, Park Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1811 Peacock, Warsergate, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1813 Talbot, Warsergate, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 1817

    Corner Stone Lodge

    Bar, London 1730 Bacchus & Grapes, Gravel Street, Hatton Garden, London 1736 Masons' Arms, Maddox Street, Hanover Square, London 1739 Peacock, King Street, St. James's Square, London 1748 Albemarle, Dover Street, Piccadilly, London 1761 Lord Arron's Arms, New Bond Street,

    Gloucester Lodge

    1773 Queen's Head, Great Queen Street, London 1782 George and Blue Boar, Holborn, London 1784 Jacob's Well, Barbican, London 1793 Peacock, Whitecross Street, London 1795 Rose Tavern, Rose Alley, Bishopsgate Street, London 1796 The Ship, High Road, Tottenham, London 1800

    St. John's Lodge

    Wellington, Vine Street, Sunderland, Durham 1813 Queen's Head, Queen Street, Sunderland, Durham 1820 Dolphin Inn, High Street, Sunderland, Durham 1822 Peacock, High Street, Bishop Wearmouth, Durham 1824 Londonderry Arms, High Street, Bishop Wearmouth, Durham 1831 Golden Lion Hotel, High Street,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 November 1691, 11 November 1691

    abrogating the Oath of Supremacy liilfelQnd, and ap- &quot; pointing other Oaths.&quot; Upon reading the Petition&quot; of Thomas Peacock ; fliew- Peacock ing, &quot; That he was coming to Town, in order to bring ^a &quot; in an Appeal into Subscribers-only content

    13 November 1691, 13 November 1691

    i4lim inflantis Novembris, hora decima Aurora, Dominis fie decernentibus. Peacock •verfus Spoon r & al. Whifeing ami Pope •vefus Webb. Dafhwood &lt;verfus Chainpante. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Thomas Peacock, from a Decree made by the Lords Commif- Subscribers-only content

    25 January 1691, 25 January 1692

    London. Epus. Winton. Epus. St. David&apos;s. Epus. Sarum. Epus. Worcefler. Epus. Oxford. Epus. Ely. Epus. Norwich. Epus. Peterborough. Epus. Chichefler. Peacock •verfus Spooneiv Penny verfits Keyiner. Dux Cumberland. Ds. Pfasfes. Dux Norfalke. Dux Orniond. Dux Nor thumb&apos;land. Dux St. Alban&apos;s. Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1691, 17 February 1692

    of the Clock m {Qß Forenoon. After hearing Counfef, at the Bar, the Fifteenth In- Peacock ftant, upon the Petition and Appeal of Thomas Peacock, g,Xn«! from a Decree made1 by the Lords Commiffioners of the Great Seal, upon Re-hearing Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1701, 25 March 1701

    Dominis fie decernentibus. D IE Mercurii, z6° Martii. Domini tam Spirituals quam Temporales praefentes fuerunt: Peacock &quot;verfut Holmes. Upon reading the Petition of James Peacock; fhewing, That Thomas Holmes brought his Appeal into this Houfe, the Sixth of February One Subscribers-only content

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

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    Actes and Monumentes of the church

    despite of God.At an other tyme, he sitting at diner, pointing to a Peacock vpon his table, which he had not touched: kepe sayd he, this colde Peacock for me against supper, and let me sup in þe gardein: for

    Q. Mary. Restitution of Abbay landes by Q. Mary. The Popes Bull for the same.

    of Paradise for the same, why may not I being his vicar, be angry then for a Peacocke, sithens a Peacock is a greater matter then an apple? Behold here good reader, by this Pope, the holynes of that blasphemous

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 08/11/1738

    to got into the Country, and I went to Islington , and boarded a Month or 6 Weeks at the Peacock , at 2 s. a Week. From thence I went to Endfield , and at the Two Brewers I


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