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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of classes of documents in the Public Record Office used

    Rolls C 88 Files (Tower and Rolls Chapel ), Records upon Outlawries C 112 Judicial Proceedings (Equity Side), Masters' Exhibits, Rose Inquisitions post mortem C 138 Series I, Henry V C 139 Henry VI C 140 Edward IV and V

    Parishes Willen

    virgates were apparently successfully claimed against him, possibly as heir male, by Rose de Verdon, 14 who was possibly the daughter of Roger de Salford . In 1208-9 Rose held 8 virgates in Willen , of which she granted to

    List of classes of public records used

    Close Rolls C 66 Patent Rolls C 78 Decree Rolls Masters' Exhibits C 104 Tinney C 108 Farrar C 112 Rose C 116 Court Rolls Inquisitions post mortem C 135 Series I, Edw. III C 138 Hen. V C 139

    Colleges Jesus , Bury St Edmunds

    to pray for the souls of the founder, of his wife Anne, his parents John and Avice, and his daughter Rose . By his will dated 12 September, 1480 , John Smyth left 20 d . to every priest of

    House of Augustinian nuns The priory of Grace Dieu

    THE PRIORY OF GRACE DIEU The Priory of Grace Dieu at Belton was founded by Rose de Verdon for Austin nuns between 1235 1 and 1241, and endowed with the manor and advowson of Belton , and the manor of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 217, May 1632, 01 May 1632-31 May 1632

    Donald Lord Reay against David Ramsey. It is in the handwriting of William Ryley, the herald, at that time Rouge Rose. The first sheet contains his draft account of the opening of the Court; the remainder was probably copied by Subscribers-only content

    DOLEBERY, Mariah

    medical practice 1597-1617 Address Sign of the Rose & Crown Grub Street 1607 Other notes Felon 1607. Medical specialities Chlorosis (yes - it did exist in 1607!) Known London address Sign of the Rose & #x0026; Crown, Grub Street Parish

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 33, December 1598, 01 December 1598-31 December 1598

    ., "Ut puerum chari delecta nt ora parentis." [32 Latin hexameters and pentameters . ] 105. Similar verses by Wm. Rose. Inc ., "Non tantas ornat laudes ignobile carmen." [20 Latin hexameters and pentameters . ] 106. Verses, in praise Subscribers-only content

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1494-5

    ix l'i v s iiij d. Rest of this C[h ] aunterey, xiiij s viij d. 12 Rent es of Rose wretell' Chaunterey. R esseyued of Ioh'n halhed, Groc er , for o yere. S umma vj l'i xiij s

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Tower Ward, Rose Precinct, -

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694 City of London, Tower Ward, Rose Precinct, - City of London, Tower Ward, Rose Precinct, - 11 records Name Property Stock Tax assessment £ Rental value £ Tax assessment £ Stock value £

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. Creechurch Bounds.

    converted into divers Tenements. So on into the Street to the Pump, and Westward on to the Sign of the Rose , sometime the dwelling House of one Thomas Shepheard . There crossing the Street to the Smith's House, his

    Book 3, Chapter 2 Cordwainers Ward. [S. Anthonines Church.]

    waies upright, That so both wealth and worship gate. Well fam'd, belov'd of each estate, Pleasant and sage in gravity, Rose by degrees in dignity. First Alderman elected here, Then Shrieve, and then Lord Maior he was: Pass'd all with

    Book 1, Chapter 20 TOWER of London. Regalia.

    also new made at the Coronation of King Charles II . It is exceeding rich, being embellished with divers large Rose , or Faucet, or Table Diamonds, and other Stones; but most remarkable for a wonderful large Ruby , set

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 Hackney.

    Hackney . An Epitaph upon the Death of the vertuous and worthy Gentleman, Edward Saunders, Esq; Obiit ultimo die Novembris, Anno 1599 . His Name, his Place, the Gentry of his Birth, And Credit held unto his dying Days;

    Book 3, Chapter 12 [St. Bartholomews.] Faringdon Ward without. [Monuments.]

    in pulvere prius deposuerunt. Upon a fair Stone, close to the other, is this Inscription. In the Figure of a Rose . Oritur & Moritur. Here lyeth the Body of Abigall Coult , the Daughter of Maximilian Coult ; who

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y GAUAF! Y GAUAF! MAE'r gwabanol ddosbarthiadau yn awr wedieu 1Lcyfienwi a phob math o nwyddau drapery tuagat y tymor presenal o'r flwyddyn, pa rai, o ran ainrywiaeth ac iselder y prisiau sydd yn sier o roddi boddlonrwydd i'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dychrynllyd ei Ct i chanlyniadau ddigwydd yn y dref hon. Yn yr ar- I dal ag yr oedd hen gapel Rose P'lace yn sefyll n ,d ynddi, mae gan y Pabyddion gapel a alwant hwy bi ~k yn eglwys St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei phriod a thri o blant i alaru ar ei hol. Ar yr 17eg cyfisol, yn ei d' ei hun. Rose cottage, Maesteg, ar Dl hir gytuLdd. y Parch. W. Watkins, gweinidog gyda'r An- nibynwyr, yn 60 mlwydd oed. Ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cymerwyd dwy faner, chwe' mitrailleuses, ac oddeutu 30 o gyflegrau. Y mae nifer y carcharorion oddeutu 4,000. Clwyfwyd y Milwriad Rose. Dioddefwyd colledion trymion o bob ochr. BRWYDR ARALL YN SAARBRUCK. Mayence, Awst 6ed, nos.-Ar y 5ed, cyrhaedd- odd colofnau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dn, .heb .efod neb.-am. grynba sier yn digwydd..ei gweled. E lrbyn eicoha~nfodira, myned , hi, i dy, M~r. Thomlas Euhes, Rose ,Place,, yr oedd byraidd ei boll dellad wedi lRosgi! Bui farwlmewn dru ddiwrnod.i Y :rheibfarn ar y treigholyad oedd Subscribers-only content

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

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    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.running title across gutter.But geue hym alwayes out of hand,His peny for hys payne.And as ye would that other menAgaynst you shoulde procedeMath. 7Do ye the same agayne to themWhen they do stand in

    Queene Mary. Godly Letters of Robert Smith Martyr.

    Queene Mary. Godly Letters of Robert Smith Martyr.Anno 1555. Iuly.In lyke with loue agayne.Be alwayes ayding at her hand,And let her not decay:Remember well your fathers fall,That should haue bene her stay.Geue of your portion to the poore,As riches

    Q. Mary. The troubles and examinations of Tho. Rose before the Byshop.

    and examinations of Tho. Rose before the Byshop.1558.preached, it is grounded vpon the word of God, set out also by the authoritie of two most mighty kyngs, with the consent of all the Nobility and Clergie of the same, so

    Q. Mary. The burning of Rose Allins hand, by Edmund Tyrrell.

    The burning of Rose Allins hand, by Edmund Tyrrell.1557. August.mother: & as she came backe agayn through the house, Tyrrell met her, & willed to geue her father & mother good counsell, and to aduertise them to be better Catholicke

    Queene Mary. Diuers deliuered by Gods prouidence. The troubles of Thomas Rose.

    writing to þe counsel. Vnto this he sayd little, but turning his face to certayne þt were by him: Tho. Rose belyed of Winchester,This is he (quoth the Bishop) that my Lord of Norwich told me had begotten his mayd

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ROSE, George (1744-1818), of Duke St., Westminster

    Pulteney thought that, ‘except Rose and Stephens, there is hardly one man of any service either in the Treasury or the Admiralty’; but he later criticized Rose: ‘Such stuff is brought into the House by Rose and Steele, and frequently

    ROSE, Hugh II (1684-1755), of Kilravock, Nairn.

    being able to elect again. When it did, three years later, Rose stood aside to give his brother-in-law John Forbes* the opportunity to enter the House. Although the elder Rose continued to put his interest in Ross-shire at the disposal

    ROSE, Hugh I (1663-1732), of Kilravock, Nairn.

    1706–22, 1729–32; commr. visitation, Aberdeen Univ. 1716–17; ld. lt. Nairn 1725–?d. Biography Rose was the 15th laird of Kilravock (and the 12th Hugh) in direct line from Hugh Rose of Geddes, who was given a charter of the barony of

    ROSE, John (d.1591), of Canterbury, Kent.

    ROSE, John (d.1591), of Canterbury, Kent. Constituency Dates Canterbury 1584 Canterbury 1586 Biography Rose, a tailor, may have been a member of the large family of that name which had lived for generations in the village of Chislet, north-east of

    ROSE, William II, of Canterbury, Kent.

    January 1411, a few months before Rose and Ickham’s son, William, travelled up to Westminster together to sit in the Commons. In 1413 the Roses acquired three messuages in Canterbury itself.[footnote] At Michaelmas 1418 Rose was named one of the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 May 1766, 5 May 1766

    therein mentioned;" to which they delire the Concurrence of this Houfe. The faid Bill was read the Firft Time. M Rose paving Lou« don Streets, Bill. A Meffage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, Meffage from by Mr. Edmunds Subscribers-only content

    29 January 1817, 29 January 1817

    Ro- " berts,) and Charles M'Carthey, their next Friend, •' John Maharg, Elizabeth Julia Lidwill, Thomas " O'Grady, Executor of Rose O'Grady otherwise ** Segrave; the Reverend Thomas Grady, The Right " Honorable William Saurin, His Majesty's At- *' torney, Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1817, 13 March 1817

    Lidwell, Mar¬ garet Kennel, Elizabeth Kennel and John Kennel, Charles McCarthy, John Maherg, Elizabeth Julia Lidwell, Thomas O'Grady Executor of Rose O'Grady otherwise Segrave, and The Reverend Thomas Grady, to the Appeal of Thomas Lidwell Esquire, was this Day brought Subscribers-only content

    25 November 1819, 25 November 1819

    Er¬ ror delivered, with a Billot' Exceptions. Writs of Error de¬ livered : Glandfield against Cowpland : Oxley against Rose. Pjpers rela¬ tive to the internal State of the Country delivered. delivered, pursuant to the Standing Orders of this House. Subscribers-only content

    13 December 1819, 13 December 1819

    That a Day may be against Rose, «£ appointed for hearing Counsel to argue the Errors in Error. « assjgned upon the Writ of Error wherein James " Oxley is Plaintiff, and Thomas Rose Defen- " dant:" It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    be said of that. A plant that is given for a Rose is not a species of Rose , if any thing can be said of the genus Rose that is of all roses, can not be said of that.

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    Min. Notes (2): United with No. 35 [No. 39 of 2 Feb. 1725], in 1743. Surrendered Warrant 8 February 1743. Meeting Places Bishopsgate Coffee House, Bishopsgate Street, London 1728 Hoop and Griffin, Leadenhall Street, London 1731 Rose, Cheapside, London 1739

    no name is given

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places George and Dragon, Queen Street, Milton (next Sittingbourne), Kent 1764 Rose, High Street, Sittingbourne, Kent 1767

    Union Lodge

    Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Last payment 1813. Meeting Places Rose, Edgbaston Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire 1795 Shakespear Tavern, New Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire 1808 New Inn, Broomsgrove Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire 1816

    no name is given

    ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places King's Arms, Edgebaston Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire 1736 St. George and Dragon, Digbeth Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire 1739 Rose, Edgebaston Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire 1746 The Swan, High Green, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire 1766

    Dillon Lodge

    (1): Not met since June 1754. MS., 1756. Meeting Places Queen's Head, Great Queen Street, London 1753 Queen's Head, Great Queen Street, London 1757 The Vine, High Holborn, London 1762 Buffalo Tavern, Bloomsbury, London 1773 Rose, Threadneedle Street, London 1779


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