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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 6 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maiors and Sheriffs.]

    a Maior, but by a Custos, as in Times before: And that the Marshal of England (who was then Lord Percie ) should have all the Power of making Arrests within the City; with other Petitions tending to the like

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Ancient Housekeeping.

    sick and weak, in a Whirlicote, the Earls of Buckingham , Kent , Warwick , and Oxford , Sir Thomas Percie , Sir Robert Knowles , the Maior of London , Sir Aubery de Vere that bare the King's Sword,

    Book 1, Chapter 4 Gates, and Posterns.

    in the mean time committed to Newgate . Not long after, Sir Thomas Percy , Lord Egremond, and Sir Richard Percie his Brother being in Newgate , brake out of Prison by Night, and went to the King; the other

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The story of Ireland., 1887

    a cow nor the voice of a ploughman was that year to be heard. ' The troops of Sir Richard Percie ' left neither corne nor horn, nor house unburnt between Kinsale and Ross . ' The troops of Captain Subscribers-only content

    The Wallaces of Elderslie: ... [and ] The two Elderslies., 1884

    the marks are thick in and round Glasgow . Within the city itself he fights a great battle with the Percie : again he swoops down on the Bishop ' s Castle and harries it: on Glasgow Muir he has Subscribers-only content

    The story of Ireland: the Irish difficulty., 1886

    of a cow nor the voice of a ploughman was that year to be heard.' The troops of Sir Richard Percie ' left neither corne nor horn, nor house unburnt between Kinsale and Ross .' The troops of Captain Harvey Subscribers-only content

    The prerogative of creating peers., 1832

    Jac. 1. t/o/jH Paulet Lord < S7. JV/«, eldest Son to William Marquess of Winchester , 1 Car. 1. Algernon Percie , eldest Son to Henry Earl of Northumberland , 3 and 4 Car. 1. Edward Montagu Lord Kymbolton, eldest Subscribers-only content

    The prerogative of creating peers., 1832

    the title of Lord Ferrers of Groby , in 25 . 27. 28. 29. 31. 33 Hen. 6. Sir Henry Percie , Knight, son and heir to Henry, Earl of Northumberland , having married Alianore, cousin and next heir to Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flynedd. Cofia fi yn gynes at r Owen John Owen a John Owen Thomas os a gweli hwynt. Ac at Percie Lloyd, yr wyf 5 wedi cymeryd at y plentyn yn rhyfedd.- i Dy gyfaill ffyddlawn, i OWEN M. EDWARDS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOVE. Kate Wynsley, Ilias Vincent; Polly Pey, Miss Eliza ft Terry. Wilfred Ulithere Ifor this nighton.y), Mr E. I. Saville; Percie, 5a Mr Seaman. With FIDELIO.orthe onDen. Viceut1o, MrObaidlo- 3t ton Thy nheown HrJ. '1'. Johnso~n; Fdello, bliss Vincent, And Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    may be, But not one foot of garden ground Ye'll take from Lord Percie !" He waved a good two-handed sword- God wot a raritie- Lord Percie poked them up behind, But Hope the van led he. " Now who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    frohn Scott," arranged for every day in the year (Ninrmo, I-lay, and Mlfitchell). Bertie Linton; or, Lost in Japan," by Percie Ainslie (Nimmo, Hay, and Mitchell). Pp. 128. "'Selected Essays of Arthur Schonenhaner," by Ernest Belfort flax (B ell and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iLfant; : 3rd and 4th Battalions tIbe iSooth Staffordsbire itginient: The undermontin)ured gentlemen to be second lieute-nants--Gdlbert Edward Talbot and Percie Eidwin Buekeridoe Fitzwarine Suiith; 4th Battalion the Prince of Wales's (North trtaffordshire Regiment)-Lieutenant Fane to be captain Voluetoer Ridles: Subscribers-only content

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