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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The white friars of Northallerton

    Yole, and Helena his wife, 5 were henceforth reckoned the founders, as was also John de Nevill, lord o f Raby , who is said to have built the church at his own expense 6 ; in his will, 1386,

    Friaries Grey friars of Richmond

    their dwelling, held of the Earl of Richmond and containing 4 acres of land. 8 John de Nevill, lord of Raby , granted them 11/2 acres of meadow in 1383 . 9 Richard le Scrope of Bolton left the friars

    Friaries Austin friars, Warrington

    the archdeaconry of Chester . 25 A large number of Warrington friars took holy orders. 26 In 1362 William de Raby , an apostate friar of the house, was seeking to be reconciled to his order. 27 Chantries were founded

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    the Shropshire Star Library. Lord Barnard very kindly made his deeds at Raby Castle available; his courtesy and the help of Mrs. E. Steele , the curator at Raby , are very greatly appreciated. The late G. G. Colton and

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Holmcultram

    the abbey and all its belongings, and gave and confirmed to the monks the island of Holmcultram with its appurtenances, Raby with its boundaries, the right to take wood in his forest for the building of their houses, pasture for

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    VANE, Thomas (1651-75), of Raby Castle, co. Dur.

    spelling of the name, and bought Raby with other property in Durham for £18,000 in 1629. His father, the well-known republican and millenarian enthusiast, was executed after the Restoration, and the steward of the Raby estate is said, with his

    CROWLE, Charles John (c.1738-1811), of Fryston Hall, Yorks.

    vacated his seat because of his vote on the Middlesex election. ‘You will have heard that Richmond was offered to Raby Vane’, wrote Sir James Lowther to Charles Jenkinson, 28 May 1769,[footnote] ‘and he not taking it, then to Crowle,

    VANE, Hon. Raby (1736-69).

    Hon. Raby (1736-69). Constituency Dates Durham County 22 Mar. 1758 1761 Carlisle 1761 1768 Ofifces Held Entered R.N.; lt. Feb. 1759; capt. Sept. 1759. Biography Vane sat for Durham County on the family interest, and for Carlisle on the interest

    MILBANK, Mark (1795-1881), of Thorpe Perrow and Barningham Park, Yorks.

    next election. He was one of Creevey’s hosts and the latter reported instances of his humour, sportsmanship and domestic happiness.[footnote] Nimrod described him as ‘the best mounted man, for his weight, in the Raby hunt’.[footnote] Milbank died 21 Oct. 1881.

    WENTWORTH, Hon. Thomas Watson (1665-1723), of Wentworth Woodhouse, Yorks. and Great Harrowden, Northants.

    bitterness; he grieved that while he had succeeded the 2nd Earl (his first cousin once removed) in the barony of Raby, he had been provided with none of the Strafford lands to accompany the title. An example of this animosity

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    XANIONl Yebydig ddyddian yn ol, hu Ysgol Sabbothol y Methodistaid 1alfinsidd Poakfield a'r gangeD y8eol t Brafsy-street am bleserdaith yn Raby Mare, lle ych. q ydig fihldroedd o r dref hon. Cawnrant dywydd brif, a a gwibdaith bleserus. I Boreu Subscribers-only content

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    y beidoneg, "First movement from Clementi's Sonatina, No 6." Gwobr 5e., goreu, John Hughes, Barton St. , ail, Arthur Jones, Raby St., I gwobr 2s. 6. Adrodd, "Willie Ivor a'i Geiuiog," 3 gwobr Is. 6o., goreu, Whallie Pritchard; ail, David Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    button. of all Chebist3 Is. lid. Fer bottle. A SAFE AND SPEEDY REMEDY SAFE FOR CHILDREN. Mrs. BALLIN, Editor of Raby, Feb. 1898, says:- " Hayman's Balsam has enmed an excellent reputa. tion I have tried it myself, and found Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SAFE F3R CHILDREN. Mrs. BNLLIN. Editor of Raby, Feb. 1898, says:- -' Hainan's Balsam li -s eaj e anl excellent re ut ei ,,e I al ve ~trie,( i~t mlyself, and found it give ilerandiate ,i(Fef Iliad it very ca~re- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be; for w-hat's a guz witholut a lock ? At Broughton, Lincolnshire, the Rev. J. Gifiard, of Raby, A.-M. Claplain, R. N. to Ann, widow of Tiiomas Swann, banker, of Gainsborongh. At Walcot church5 Bath, Majo!' Edward Batehellor, 6f the Subscribers-only content

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

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    K. Henry.5. Zisca. The Bohemians.

    force, burnyng all the priestes therein.Zisca loseth his other eye in battell.Afterward, when as he lay before the towne of Raby, and strongly besieged the same, he was stricken wyth a shaft in the eye, hauyng but that one before

    K. Henry. 5. Warres betwixt Zisca, and Sigismundus the Emperour. Bohemians.

    Citie, the which he tooke by force, burning all the Priests therein.Afterward, when as he lay before the towne of Raby, and strongly besieged the same, he was stricken wyth a shaft in the eye, hauing but that one before

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A List of the Peers existing at the Time of King James the First His Accession to the Crown, and of those who have since been advanced to the Peerage by Claim of antient Right, by Writ or by Patent; a..., 1 August 1719

    0/ Eeorfz). Clifford, (»»er^««' /'» E. of B«r/;Wzo»), Villiers, E. of JERSEY. Capel. LEMPSTER. WESTON, (£• of ^/T4« t» /«/*»«',) Raby, E. of STRAFFORD, *r X></«»'/r«m [E. Szn*j?W, «wi/ piarterf n<xf Eor«l A/ozjwh) HERBERT of CHERBURY. WILLOUGHBY of BROOK.C/zw'w*««»«*. [u»rf Subscribers-only content

    25 November 1695, 25 November 1695

    to the Statutes ; Dux Somerfet. Comes Cheflerfeild. Comes EJfex. Comes Rochefler. Epus. Gloucefler. Ds. Lawarr. Ds. Raby. Educed! Th5s Day Thomas Lord Raby, claiming by virtue of timing by a a fpecial Limitation in Remainder to Sir William Went* Subscribers-only content

    2 December 1695, 2 December 1695

    throughout the whole Kingdom. Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament affembled, That the Reafon why Thomas Lord Raby was introduced fhall be entered in the Roll of Standing Orders of this Houfe. It is Ordered, by the Subscribers-only content

    3 December 1695, 3 December 1695

    11 it it State of Trade to be con¬ fidered ; Ds. Sydney P. Ds. Lovelace. Ds. Howard Eß Ds. Raby. Ds. Vfiughan. Ds. Ward. Ds. Culpcper. Ds Ds. Lucas. Ds. Berkeley Sir. Ds. Granville. Ds. Dartmouth. Ds. Guilford. Ds. Subscribers-only content

    4 December 1695, 4 December 1695

    Lincolnc. Ds. Willoughh. Ds. Lawarr. Ds. Ferrers. Ds. Eure. Ds. Willoughby Par, Ds. Hunfdon. Ds. Lovelace. Ds. Howard Eß, Ds. Raby. Ds. Ward. Ds. Culpeper. Ds. Clifford L. Ds. Lucas. Ds. Berkeley Str. Ds. Granville. Ds. Dartmouth. Ds. Guiiford. Ds. Subscribers-only content

 

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