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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chichester cathedral The canon gate and bell tower

    the two west pinnacles were wholly rebuilt and the two eastern partly. The stone used for the purpose came from Philpots Quarry, near East Grinstead . The Pulpitum or Screen constructed by John Arundel (bishop, 1459-1478 ) stands in the

    Parishes Thruxton

    manor on their eldest son, Henry Philpot , and his heirs. 53 About this time, however, the line of the Philpots failed and the manor passed to Henry Rogers of Cannington (co. Somers .), only surviving son of Sir Edward


    of the old part is of cross-shaped plan. There is also a 16th-century barn of four bays with original trusses. Philpots , south-west of the church, mentioned in 1721 under the name of ' Barleylands ', appears to be of

    Parishes Compton

    III . Egerton MS. 2032, fol. 49. Inq. p.m. 35 Edw. III , pt. 2 (1st Nos.), No. 5. The Philpots were descendants of Sir John Philpot , a Kentish man who was Lord Mayor of London in 1378 .

    Parishes Farnham Royal with Seer Green

    and 17th centuries Gascons Grove , a messuage in Leer called Pewes 16 ; in the 17th closes called Leichboroughs, Philpots , Whaples, Silkenstreet, Tallowes and Purtons, a small coppice called Wocfield and a tenement called Chadwell House . 17

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    alerigevr a yn Kingston. Wedi hyny aethum iwasanaeth, a Y phan yn bedair blwydd ar hugain oed, priodais John rl .Philpots, gwagenwr i Mr. Mewarth, ffermwr yn Stoke Edith, lie yr aethom i breswylio. Yno aefais e ail blentyn; pan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alderson for the Defendant. John George Lunubton, Esq M.P., sat at the bottom of the table among the Counsel. Archdeacon Philpots took his place on his Lordship's left hand oni the bench. Mr. SCARLETT stated, that this was a criminal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and enables us to read that which is graven deeper than even the thirty-nine articles on the heart's core of Philpots. Milton knew what was in Bishops. But to return to St Peter:-"0Feed the flock," saith he, "not for filthy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    we owe more to bishops than to admi- rals and generals ? more to Bloomofield than to Codrington, more to Philpots than to Wolfe? If the services of such men are to be rewarded with such profhsion, Whig and Tory Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the voluntary priniuple; they constituted the fanciful part of the Right Hon. Gentleman's bpeech. THE BATTLE OF Tl-E BISHOPS. Bishop Philpots liroduced three strong cases against the sys. tern of National Education in Ireland :-First, That a tatsier lef' his Subscribers-only content

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