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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Austin nuns The priory of Harrold

    4, 6). ' Sampson Fortis ' is the name on the charters; but Hund. R . (Rec. Com.), ii. 329 speaks of ' Sampson le Fort' as donor of the church of Harewold. The charters of Sampson le Fort and

    Houses of Austin canons Hood

    , and while at Byland 82 Abbot Roger , at the request of Roger de Mowbray , their founder, and Sampson de Albini, gave Hood to certain canons of Bridlington , who were coming to colonize Roger de Mowbray 's

    Parishes Cold Brayfield

    fee of Sampson , 30 but the connexion of the earlier lords with this manor is so far unexplained. St. Liz. Party in dented argent and azure . Forz. Gules a cross vair . In the time of Sampson the

    The eighteenth century Religion and education

    visitation. In 1743 St. Sampson 's, St. Saviour's, St. Helen's , St. Martin -cum-Gregory, St. Mary 's, Bishophill, Senior, and St. Mary 's, Castlegate; in 1764 St. Martin's , Coney Street , had replaced St. Sampson 's. York Corp. Rec.,

    Alien houses The priory of Folkestone

    , fol. 90 b . He is also called Sampson Senis ( Hist. MSS. Com. Rep . ix, App. pt. i, 355), and in a list of aliens is called Sampson Veillard , and said to have two monks under

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

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    K. Henry. 6. The Councell of Basill. The Bohemians.

    is not lawfull for any man to kill himselfe:Sampson killed himselfe without sinne. and when as he maketh example of Sampson, he aūswereth with these wordes: when as God commandeth & doth affirme himselfe to commaunde with out any doubt,

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    lyk Loth, in chastitie and brotherly loue like Ioseph, in mekenes and myldnes lyke Moses, in strēgth & valiauntnes lyke Sampson. Let him be founde faithfull, as Dauid after thy heart. Let him bee wise amōg kings as the moste

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Churche.

    of the clocke, and than the sayde deponent brought hym a quarte of ale, and at that tyme one Wylliam Sampson, went with the sayde deponent to see the prysoner where he was. and sawe him and spake together, and

    K. Henry. 6. The Councell of Basill. The Bohemians.

    lawfull for any mā to kill him self: Samsen killed hym selfe without sinne.and when as he maketh example of Sampson, he aūswereth wt these wordes: when as God cōmandeth and doth affirme him selfe to cōmaunde without any doubt,

    K. Hen. 8. Defence of Ric. Hun against Cope. Diuerse men and wemen forced to abiure.

    Sampson,Ioanne Sampson. wife of Iohn Sampson Carpenter of Aldermanbury in London: Against whom being cited, and examined before the Bishopof London, certaine witnesses were producted: who vpon theyr othe being sworne, did detect and denounce the sayde Ioane Sampson in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    zar ydyddian hyny. Yr oll a*yddis yn -bresenol ydyw, i'rjleatr, oddeutn dau o'r glochipryd. nawn .ddydd ,Mercher, daraw a y Sampson, ynys oddeatti 40,, milldiri'rgorllewini Penzance; ac yn fuanar ol taraw, dbehreandd dori i fyny. :Rhydd llygaddyst o'r trychineb- adegrifiad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'r pwysicaf o'r cwbI, n ydoedd cystadleuaeth y coran yn datganu, -Then d round abont the Starry Throne," allan o "Sampson" a gan Handel. Ymgeisiodd pedwar o gorau, a gwnaeth n y beirniad, Mr. Thomas, ni feddyliem, berffaith chwar. f, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    v 0,01da 6abb-oriat. Arafoer pob gohefioaeth cyylitwedig dir goto0 hon fel y canlyn: To the EditoA, Y GOLXUAD, Dyfryn, (E. S. 0.), Merionethshci -Y U0lcft. Gerddorol.' Yu 1 cii h~adde id cyflwynWn i'n darllenwyr y d, a aorl . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod vtoallan presenol mor uchael fel ag i fod yn at. If a yn ffortd dadfcriad y g-inoedd rhataf.- Mt. Sampson ~lo~yd a gefnogai at y tir yr arwemniai 1M- tyugiad y tollau i ddadforiad3 gwinoedd rhagoraeh.-Mt. , ht hefyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tua B yttanyn yatod yr haf, -geey reao hyny: ydd Sye 'offi swyniaon, go yfydd' -ia~tuf, soy may Mn 'y .Sampson Low, JIErston- & Co.: yn :ddiweddar'iedi'oyhoeddi Ilyfr o dAn ytii ".Breton, olk I yd"do f y II d iyri Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Battersey.

    Thrice twenty mounted Moors he overthrew, Singly on Foot; some wounded, some he slew; Dispers'd the rest. What more could Sampson do? True to his Friends, a Terror to his Foes. Here now in Peace his honoured Bones repose. Under

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark. Benefactors.

    built, there is paid to the Poor, per ann. 8 0 0 John A Figure of a Knight Templar. Benefactors St. Mary Overies Parish . 16 Septemb. 1619 . Sampson 's Will. J. S. Benefactors and their Charities. *Qu. *Qu.

    Book 6, Chapter 3 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    St. Stephen. The Dean was commonly of great Confidence with the King, and often preferred to some Bishoprick. Such was Sampson , Bishop of Litchfield and Coventry . It was richly endowed, but the Revenues were made away, and alienated

    Appendix 1, Chapter 5 ANTIQUITIES.

    digging a Foundation and Cellars for an House which he built for Mr. Woolly . On this Brick was formed Sampson (as I had it from J. Bagford ) with the Jaw Bone of an Ass in his right Hand,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ERDESWYK, Sampson, of Sandon and Pillatonhall, Staffs.

    the chief protagonists were denied the royal pardon (Sampson obtained his in May 1415), and none appear to have been punished in any way for their riotous behaviour.[footnote] On the contrary, Sampson Erdeswyk, now sufficiently recovered from his wounds, was

    ERDESWICK, Sampson (1489/90-1544), of Sandon, Staffs.

    ERDESWICK, Sampson (1489/90-1544), of Sandon, Staffs. Constituency Dates Stafford 1529 Ofifces Held Escheator, Staffs. 1542-3; j.p. 1543-d. Biography Sampson Erdeswick was returned to Parliament at a by-election held at Stafford following the death of Thomas Stanford early in 1532. He

    LENNARD, Sampson (c.1544-1615), of Chevening and Knole, Kent; later of Hurstmonceaux, Suss.

    Lord Dacre’s resolution, naturally quarrelled with Lady Dacre, and Sampson and his wife found themselves at the centre of the dispute. In 1571 a settlement was reached whereby, on Dacre’s death, Sampson would receive about one-third of his lands, consisting

    MEVERELL, Francis (1514/15-64), of Throwley, Staffs.

    of his religious sympathies is his removal from the bench under Elizabeth; this suggests that he differed from his kinsman Sampson Meverell, after whom he had named his heir, if it was indeed this kinsman who fled abroad after being

    HUSSEY, Sampson (c.1565-aft.1623), of Edmondsham, Dorset and Bristol.

    HUSSEY, Sampson (c.1565-aft.1623), of Edmondsham, Dorset and Bristol. Constituency Dates Wareham 1597 Ofifces Held Adv. Doctors’ Commons 1609. Biography Hussey, about whose activities little is known, was brother of James Hussey, registrar of Oxford University from 1589-1610, and a relative

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 March 1819, 30 March 1819

    59 Geo. III. 30° Martii. 219 Garrett Gough (Seal.) Joseph Ringrose (Seal.) " Re-entry and Surrender, giving Six Months Warn- " ing : And it is further concluded and agreed upon " by and between the said Parties, that Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1820, 2 May 1820

    0. >n 1 Geo. IV. 2° Mail. 47 Jills, Or- set- i: re- t» Ld. Dun- boyne against Mülvihill et al. Petition of some of the Respon¬ dents for a further Hear¬ ing, referred to Appeal Com«*. a Writs Subscribers-only content

    25 January 1821, 25 January 1821

    Respondents, be heard by Counsel at the Bar on Wednesday next. That " put Two Persons of the Names of Sampson and Roe " into Possession of the Subjects, under Leases or pre- " tended Leases, bearing Date subsequent to Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    de Faucumbge. Wilis de Colevile. Arnaldus de Percy. Rics de Romundby. Thm de Hetengton. Wal?s de Gousiil. Robs Ugtherech. Johes Sampson. Thm de Chauncy. Johes de Pochon. Johes Coyners. Robs de Flyxthorp. Alex de Ledes. Johes de Seton. Nichs de Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    de Umframvift A Reynaud de Grey. A Geffrey de Camvifl. A William le Vavasour- A Robt de Hilton. A Williame Sampson. s 6 conte de Anegos. A conte PatriK. A Hen de Lancastf. A Aymer de Valence- A Johan de Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Curiosities of Edinburgh., 1885

    one room there were walls of books, regularly built up to the ceiling, with narrow passages for exploration. With Dominie Sampson , I might have cried " prodigious. " On all ordinary topics Mr. Twig was reticent and spoke little, Subscribers-only content

    Other Works, 1882

    tall, raw divinity student, knock-kneed and six feet two, who was his lodger, and was of course called young Dominie Sampson . They bore down upon Bob and his master, who were walking calmly on the shore. Bob was for Subscribers-only content

    A supplicatory letter to Lord Viscount Castlereagh., 1819

    of military despotism. In¬ deed Mr. Solicitor seems to have laid much such a hold on his two pillars as Sampson did on those of the temple of Dagon-he grasped them the firmer only to pull them down the easier. Subscribers-only content

    A letter to Lord Viscount Castlereagh., 1819

    of military despotism. In¬ deed Mr. Solicitor seems to have laid much such a hold on his two pillars as Sampson did on those of the temple of Dagon-he grasped them the firmer only to pull them down the easier. Subscribers-only content

    Analysis and review of the blue book of the Ro yal commission on capital punishment., 1866

    age from Sampson , Esq. Criminal Jurisprudence, " by Marmaduke B. " Those who will take tho trouble to refer to any considerable number of cases of murder, will be struck by the remarkable fact that the homi¬ cidal is Subscribers-only content

 

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