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  • * British History Online *

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    Churchwardens' accounts, 1530-1

    [Wax Reckoning. Rehearsal. ] [The following details respecting the sale of certain articles of the property left by Mr. John Porth belong probably to this year or the next, in both of which Thomas Goodneston held office as warden. The

    Introduction, The manuscripts

    how many are wanting at this place it is impossible now to even guess. With perhaps the exception of the Porth Inventory, the leaves up to the year 1537 are probably in their right order. After this date, the proper

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1528-9

    s viij d. The charge is mor then the recept es , ix l'i vj s iiij d. [Wax Reckoning. Porth Receipts and Payments. Rehearsal. ] The names of the wardens on the outside leaves of the year's accounts at

    The Chronicle of the Grey Friars, Richard I

    . A . In this yere the kynge went in to the holy londe, and toke the citte of Akers, Porth . . . and Babilon, the yere of our lorde God M l clxxxxvj. viij . A . In

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1529-30

    Bird A Note. Obit List. Quitrent List. Chantry Accounts (with Porth). Church Rents. ] 1 Paymentt es of the same. Paid to M r Channon, Curate, for the Beed-Rowle for a yere ij s iiij d paid to the orgon

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,Attoybbion (fpmtttg 0 0 Deallwn fod marchnadfa TEfestiniog i gael ei helaethu, ac y bwriedir cael ystafell uwoh ei phen -at wasanaeth llenyddiaeth y lie, &c. Dechreuir ar y if gwaith yn ddioed. n Cafwyd corff Cadben William Parry, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Imatthilbbiath. CYFFR EDINOL. Mae yu awr symudiad drwy y deyrnas i gael cydweithrediad boll gymdeithasau amaetbyddol Lloegr i gael ganddynt arfer eu dylanwad gyda'r tirfeddianwyr i gael eu caniatad i gyhoeddi rhyfel yn erbyn y ewningod. I r ydym Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Athpbbin Tnmtra. Aeth y llestr Lady Augusta Mostyn, o Gonwy, Cadben Hugh Parry, yn ddrylliau, yn agos i enau'r Dyfrdwy, ar yr 22ain cyfisol, tra ar ei thaith o Ler- pwl i Amiwoh, yn llwythog o lo. Achubwyd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    un natur, yn ngwahanol ardaloedd yn y sir hon; yn Bethesda, nos Fercher; yn Pont Menai, nos Iau; ac yn Porth Dinorwig, nos Wener. Yr areithwyr oeddynt y Parchn. D. Evans, Corris, ac H. T. Edwards. Ni chafwyd ond ychydig Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hedd-ail afon Ddylifo i'ch anedd; Yn wych bo'ch yn eich buchedd, Unfryd ofywyd i/fedd. *Byddweh dda, byddwch ddiwyd-a chryfion Gyda chrefydd deufyd ; Bithau o'r boen.,qa thwrw hyd, Wna'ch anfon CWwi i wynfyd. Porth cawl, Ohwef. 2, 1870. 1 BROuaFXs. Subscribers-only content

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

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    Book 3, page 162 (1570)

    Nā-canleodus.This Nathanleod seemeth by someold stories to bee a Britaine, and thechiefe Marshall of kyng Vter, whomPorth the Saxon slew.Porth.This Porth a Saxon, came in at theHauen whiche nowe is called of hymPorthmouth.Ethelvuelsus.Redvvallus.Because I finde but little mēcion ofthese. ij.

    A Table describing the seuen kingdoms of the Saxons, raigning here in England.

    Nathanleod seemeth by some old stories to be a Britaine, & the chief Marshall of king Vter, whome Porth the Saxon slew.Porth.This Porth a Saxon, came in at the hauen, which now is called of him Porthmouth.Ethelwelfus.Redwallus. Because I find

    Book 3, page 134 (1576)

    Nathāleod seemeth by someold storyes to be a Britaine, & the chiefMarshall of kyng Vter, whom Porththe Saxon slew. Porth. This Porth a Saxon, came in atthe Hauen, which now is called of himPorthmouth. Ethelwelsus.Redvvallus. Because I finde but litle

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 March 1773, 8 March 1773

    continuing a navigable Cut or Canal from Maugan Porth, through the feveral Parifhes of Maugan, Saint " Columb Major, Little Colan, and Saint Columb Mi- *f ncr, to Lower Saint Columb Porth, in the County of " Cornwall;" to which Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1773, 10 March 1773

    the feveral Parifhes of " Mangan, Saint Columb Major, Little Colan, and " Saint Cclunib Minor, to Lower Saint Columb Porth, " in the County of Cornwall." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1773, 19 March 1773

    a navigable Cut or Canal from Maugan fied t0 St- Porth, through the feveral Parifhes of Maugany Saint Colomb Major, Little Celan, and Saint Colomb Minor, to Lower Saint Colomb Porth, in the County of Cornwall" was pleafed to confent, Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1790, 21 April 1790

    of Devon, to be fettled " the County of Norfolk ;" to which they defire the Con- Hon'iton Paving B'll. Porth and Clyde Navi¬ gation Bill. Bradford "Water Bill. «' in lieu thereof. Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1803, 26 April 1803

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 1803, « tc cc cc it cc is. cc t<. cc cc cc now here, that there is no Error either in the Record and Proceedings aforefaid, or in giving the Judgment Subscribers-only content

 

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