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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 31 The Cities Entertainment of King Charles I.

    the Liveries, that should be in Readiness to attend the Lord Maior and Aldermen, in their best Array (either Velvet, Plush , or Sattin) and Chains of Gold, upon good Horses, well appointed; and each Rider to have a Footman

    Book 5, Chapter 16 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Merchants.]

    Civet, Ambergreese, Salt-petre , Grograins, Turkey Carpets, Silks, Raw and Wrought into several Fabricks, as Taffaties, Sarsnets, Tabbies, Velvets and Plush , Diaper, Damask, Cambricks, Hollands , Ghentings, Muslins, & c. also Caviare, Catchope, Pot-ashes, Firs , Pipe-staves, Oars, Deals,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Two chibafruit d.is5es lu~ kizaie Re~es, 'Plush hank ~0acet; Miss Rose, Pair of terra cotta hand painted plaques- Miss Howard, Album, bound in leather Mr. 0. Morgan Owen, 2 Volumes-bound in calf; Miss Higgins, Plush: covered ornamental table; Mr. Willoughby Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    than usual vivacity;, and the Mirk of W. CnAPMAN was quaint and diverting. The onus, how- ver,ilay on BAaTILEY, whose Plush, if a little overacted even for aureesupplied a pleasant personation of the ignorance, cunning, zapraity, and selfishness of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cassirere Waistcoat - 0 IS Patent Cord or Cassimere ditto - I 5 Dress Silk ditto - - I G Plush ditto - - - 1 is Quilting or Toilenet ditto - 16 Frii tiao Jacket or Overalls 9 14 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cassimere Waistcoat * 0 18 Patent Cord or Cassimere ditto - 1 5 Dress Silk ditto . - 1 B Plush ditto - - O 18 Quilting or Toilenet ditto - e 16 Fustian Jacket or Overalls 014 ExtraSaxo5yC5assiniererBreeches 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - ' - 4 5 0 A Suit, with Kerseymere Breeches - - - 4 '0 A ditto, with Hair Plush ditto - - 4 56 A Stable or Working Dress - - - i 4 6 A Footman's extra Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Holne or East Holme

    Years' War. On 8 October, 1324 , the farm of the lands of the prior of Montacute in Holme and Plush was committed by Edward II to Walter Beril and Roger de Blokkesworthe until the superior had found sufficient security

    Enmore Manors and other estates View of Enmore Castle , 1783

    1455 Barford was held of Enmore manor by Thomas Hill , and by 1475 had passed to Thomas Plush . 62 Margaret Plush , possibly daughter of the last, died in 1499 and her husband William Harding in 1500 .

    Parishes Swalcliffe SWALCLIFFE C. 1800

    with South America . Plush was supplied to the House of Commons and plush coats made for the Heythrop Hunt. Various industrial and other uses were developed: silk plush was used in the printing trade, fine plush for the lining

    Parishes South Newington South Newington , 1794

    centuries, 232 and in the early 19th century several men were involved in plush weaving, for which Banbury was a centre. 233 In 1841 there were 2 plush weavers and 7 weavers, but by 1861 none remained. Shoemakers were recorded

    Banbury Economic history THE OXFORDSHIRE HAMLETS OF BANBURY PARISH C. 1700

    ordinary woollen cloth to making two specialized products, the cloth used in horses' harness and trappings, and the cloths called plush or shag. Until the middle of the 18th century the Banbury weavers were mostly part-time workers, combining weaving with

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    Agriculturists, as well as by the manufacturing poorer Class of the Community. Was not Plush also used by them as Jackets, when Cloth was extremely high Plush particularly. Is that a eheaper Article than Wool Jt is more durable, I Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    - - -\ made of Foreign Wool, - - Walker, rBull, Pick Lock Wool, -¦} Goodman, - ISheppard, - 533.551. Plush, Durability of, - - Hughes, - 99. Poor Rates in Wilts, (Average,) Quantity "I of Wool sold to pay Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    586 INCLOSURES—-cowriflwet/. II. Petitions for Bills for Inclosures, &c—mzzwMed. 115. Peopleton (Worcester) ; Bill ordered, lxxiii. 45. JVof presented.—Perry Ban- (Stafford) ; iavi. 55- Bill presented, 125. Petitions against, 178. Lords Amendment agreed to, 314. R. a. 327.—— Perrott, Subscribers-only content

    Thirty-Fifth Report from the Select Committee on Finance., 26 June 1798

    Particulars of the Articles composing the Total Expense, defrayed from the Clothing Fund. Cavalry :' Clothing, ^consisting of, Coat, Waistcoat, Plush Breeches, Flannel Waistcoat, Heavy Cavalry -\ Flannel Drawers, Watering Cap, Hats, ^Gloves, Jacket and Shell, Leather Breeches, Flannel Waistcoat, Subscribers-only content

    4 December 1699, 4 December 1699

    again, * Real de Hatch; and to the time of his Discharge at Hispain'ola; also about Five Yards of Red Plush, and about 18 Yards of striped Stuff, and a Piece of Ossen- briggSi in the Sloop's Hold; and a Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, P, Q, 01 January 1699-31 March 1700

    England Plunkett (Plunckett), James, of Castle Plunkett, petition of, report on Patrick, father of James, settlement made by Plush . See Shag Plush. Plymouth , earl of. See Windesor, T. Plymouth , co. Devon: customers of, goods detained by fortifications Subscribers-only content

    Index, P, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    Parva , Norf., I. g. 100 (14). Plunket , Chr., I. 848. Pluscarden , Alex. Dunbar, prior of, I. 945. Plush (Plusshe), Dors., I. g. 802 (63). Plymmowthe . See Plymouth. Plymouth (Plymmouth), Devon, I. 24, 181, 184, 299, 668

    Index, P, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    Plunkett , Luke, merchant, 532, 583, 590. -, Richard ( sic for Patrick), tenth Lord Dunsany, royal bounty to, 423. Plush , 72. Plymouth , Earl of. See Fitz Charles, C. Plymouth (co. Devon), 39, 83, 123, 141, 159, 170,

    Index, A - E

    Coat, with gold and silver lace, A cloth, 250, 251 " lined with plush, A damask, 54 " plush, A, 31 " with silver clasp, A plush, 250 " riding, A, 73 " cloth riding, A, 314 " stuff, A,

    Index, P

    Holland, 1789. -, George, Volunteer from Holland, 1814. -, Margaret, widow of Luke, 3rd Earl of Fingall, payment to, 583. Plush and velvet manufacture , proposal for, 2033, 2127. Plymouth , Earl of, see Fitz Charles, C. Hickman-Windsor, T. W.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CARENT, William (d.1476), of Toomer in Henstridge, Som.

    latter’s mother Alice. His father was still alive, however, and according to the 1412 assessment held lands at Swanage, Marnhull, Plush and Winterborne St. Martin, Dorset (valued at over £27 p.a.), and the manor of Marsh near Yeovil and land

 

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