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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Reading The borough

    Reading Corp. (Cat. VII). Rec. of Borough of Reading , i, passim . Rec. of Borough of Reading , i, 113. MSS. of Reading Corp. (Cat. XII ). Ibid. Rec. of Borough of Reading , i, 5. MSS. of

    Friaries The grey friars of Reading

    Friaries The grey friars of Reading FRIARIES 11. THE GREY FRIARS OF READING The Franciscans or Grey Friars were first established at Reading in the year 1233. By a deed dated 14 July , Abbot Adam de Lathbury and the

    Hospitals Reading

    Hospitals Reading 24. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . JOHN, READING Abbot Hugh II , the eighth abbot of Reading , founded a hospital, dedicated in honour of St. John Baptist about the year 1190. Tanner, followed by the extended Dugdale's

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Reading

    550. Rec. of Borough of Reading , i, 1. Ibid. i, 20. Ibid. i, 37. Ibid. i, 43. Rec. of Borough of Reading , i, 46-76. Printed in full, Reading Rec . i, 280-2. Reading Rec . i, 49. Ibid.

    The borough of Reading Manors

    of Reading Abbey . Hugh last Abbot of Reading granted Battle in 1532 to Christopher Butler , yeoman, of Reading , for fifty years. It is mentioned in a Court Roll of 1549 as one of the manors of Reading

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 2, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    be referred to the Discre tion of the Reader, yet it is wished, that he follow herein Fernelius's Method, by reading first Physiologie, then Pathologie, and last Therapentice: Whearby the Body of the sayed Art may be better imprinted, by

    Appendix 2, Chapter 1 Gresham College.

    Friday: And this Method and Times of Reading have ever since been followed and observed. There is, indeed, no Instrument in Writing now left, whereby it appears, that this Course and Order of Reading was settled by the Appointment of

    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward.

    to the Maior and Burgesses of the Towne of Reading , in the County of Berkshire , (I meane, to the Body corporate, or Corporation of the said Towne of Reading , by whatsoever name or addition the same is

    Appendix 1, Chapter 1 Gresham College.

    in gener al, they make // five Terms of Reading ; but when they speak of the particular Professor's Times of Reading , they make but * four Terms of Reading : But farther, they enjoyn what it is impossible

    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward. Mr. Kendricks Will.

    end of one Yeere next a fter my decease. Item, I give and bequeath to my Brother William Kendrick of Reading in the County of Berks , Clothier, and to his Children now borne and living, the Summe of two

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KENELME, William.

    KENELME, William. Constituency Dates Reading 1407 Biography Nothing is known of William Kenelme, whose name does not appear in the surviving records of Reading.[footnote]

    BARBOUR, Henry I, of Reading, Berks.

    BARBOUR, Henry I, of Reading, Berks. Constituency Dates Reading Nov. 1384 Reading 1391 Biography Barbour, a barber in fact, was residing in Reading in 1377, when he paid 3s. as poll tax. His property in the town included a meadow

    STAPPER, William, of Reading, Berks.

    STAPPER, William, of Reading, Berks. Constituency Dates Reading 1386 Biography Stapper paid 4s. poll tax in 1379, when his trade, along with that of two other members of his family, was given as weaver. In 1396 he served on a

    CAPPELADE, Robert, of Reading, Berks.

    CAPPELADE, Robert, of Reading, Berks. Constituency Dates Reading Jan. 1390 Ofifces Held Constable, Reading bef. July 1390. Biography Although his name derives from a place in Lincolnshire, Cappelade undoubtedly lived in Reading, being assessed at 3 s. in the poll

    SAVILLE, William.

    SAVILLE, William. Constituency Dates Reading 1394 Biography Though his sureties when elected were two well-known Reading burgesses, John Kent I* and William Catour*, nothing further is known about Saville, whose name does not appear in any of the surviving local

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 9th July 1838

    would be a good deal in the Hse of Lds tonight about the Plurality Bill; there is likewise the 3rd Reading of the Irish Pour Law Bill, but he did not think he could get to it tonight. Tomorrow there

    Tuesday 14th August 1838

    the Tin Duties Bill had passed through the committee, but he feared that it would opposed tomorrow, on the 3rd Reading . The Hse of C. had not yet finished sitting & Ld M. feared the Prorogation would not be

    Thursday 29th April 1841

    - Read Despatches, rested & wrote my Journal. - At 6 I drove out with Mary & Sarah Mary - Reading & writing. - After dinner we went to the Opera, as last time, Mama joining us there. "Otello" was

    Saturday 22nd May 1841

    the Child, after breakfast, & then took an hour's walk. - Reading & writing, saw the Judge Advocate, signed. Ld Melbourne came before luncheon. Amongst other things he said "You must not expect that the Tories will let us go

    Tuesday 19th April 1842

    arranged costumes. - Wrote & read. - Saw Sir R. Peel & talked of last night's Division upon the 1rst Reading of the Income Tax Bill, & c. -. Albert went to his Commission after luncheon, & I drove out

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan Tegai. 3LYFB AE RESYMEG: gan Tcga;. YR ATURAWYDD PARlOD: pan William Harris. THE READY INSTPRUCTOR: the Beady Instructor In Reading and Penmanship, ganV W. HI rals. ILAWVLYFII Y DARLLENIADAU CEINTOG. GWNEWOIl Y GOrPiU 0 HONO: ga nyParch. T.Pugh,B.A. DRYCH Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LLYFB AR RESYMEG: gan Tegai. YR ATHRAWYDD PAROD: gan William P arrls. . THE READY INSTRUCTOR: the Reedy Instructor in Reading and Penmanship, gan W. BH-rns. LLAWLYFR Y DARLLENIADAU CEINTOG. G WNEWCO Y GOREU 0 MONO: gan y Parch. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan Teg&L LLYFR AR RESYMEG: gan Tegni. ,YR ATHRAWYDD PAROD; gan Wiiam Erdi THE READY INSTRUCTOR: the Ready Inatmintif In Reading and Penmanship, gan W. Barris. LLAWLYFR Y DARLLENIADAU CEIHTOG. OWNEWCR Y GOREU 0 YONO: gan yFParch-.J.PrhB.A. DRYCH CYWIR: drych Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Foreign.RESIDEI7T MASTERS, T HE course of instruction comprises the Latin and Greek Languages; E:nglish-,Grammar and Composition, Literature, History Geography, Reading, Penmanship, and Phonography;-Mathematics- Arithmetic, Algebra, Eiuclid, -Trigonometry, Land- Surveying and Conics ; Modern Languages-German and French; Natural Science; Music-Pianoforte, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RESIDENT MASTERS, r HE course of instruction comprises the Latin and b Greek Languages' English-Giammar and Composition, Literature, History, Geography, Reading, Penmsn'&ip, and. Phonography ;-Mathematici- Arithmetic, Algebra, Euclid, Trigonometry, Land& Surveying and Conies; Modern Languages-German and French; Natural Scienee; Music-Pianoforte, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Grey Friars' Lodge

    (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1101 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Greyfriars Road, Reading, Berkshire 1866

    Kendrick Lodge

    (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2043 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Greyfriars Road, Reading, Berkshire 1884

    no name is given

    Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 73 Lodge Number (A2): A Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Meeting Places [Place unknown], Reading, Berkshire 1759

    no name is given

    Lapsed: Notes (1): Is mentioned in Calendar for 1800 and in Ahiman Rezon of 1804 as at the " Dolphin, Reading," but the Lodge had lapsed about 1775. Notes (2): Petition from a former Member of No. 73 rejected, "

    no name is given

    Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 80 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Meeting Places Upper Ship Inn, Duke Street, Reading, Berkshire 1759

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Bristol cake.

    [Printed ephemera, Labels, Advertising, biscuits and cakes, biscuit manufacturers] \^^ ^ ro7' li*-"^ (^2) E^ .-4 K \^^ ^ ro7' li*-"^ (^2) E^ .-4 K Subscribers-only content

    Huntley & Palmers Madeira cake Reading

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    Butter finger

    [Printed ephemera, Labels, Advertising, biscuits and cakes] H39NIJ UBuns H39NIJ UBuns Subscribers-only content

    Ginger nuts

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    Tea rusks

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

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    Book 6, page 1085 (1563)

    a mā of Reading, imprysoned for the true testimonie of a Christian conscience.THe Lent followyng the coronation of Quene Mary, whiche Lent was in An. 1554. there was a wryting sette, vpon the church dore at Reading in Barkeshere, conteining

    Actes and Monuments of the Churche.

    not be in sauetie in no place, no not long amongest his frendes. It happened by chaunce he beyng at Reading, he was there taken for a vacabound, and brought to examination, where as the symple man, whiche coulde not

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    the truthe of this story, approued by sufficient and credible testimonies, aswell of the inhabitours of the sayd towne of Reading, whose letters at this present for the certification thereof we haue to shewe, dated to vs the xii. daye

    K. Henry. 8. The story of Iohn Frythe. Clarke, Sumner, Baylye, Goodman, Martyrs.

    the sea, and after two yeares he came ouer for exhibition ofthe Prior of Reading (as is thought) and had þe Prior euer with him.Beyng at Reading, it happened that he was there taken for a vacabond, & brought to

    Book 6, page 1608 (1563)

    now good lord here I do appeale to thy great mercy onely, which farre surmounteth al thy workes, as thou hast promised the same in thy holy and vnfallible word, wher thou hast said yea, and sworne as trulye

 

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