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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Dorchester

    in November of the same year committed th e custody to Master Oliver Kyng, one of the clerks of the Signet (ibid. 13 Edw. IV , pt. 1, m. 10 and 2), the letters patent for the last being exchanged

    Parishes Whitnash

    xv), 1379. Ibid. (xviii), 2206. Dugd. 365. Cal. Inq. p.m. Hen. VII , ii, 693. He was Clerk of the Signet to Henry VII Dugd. 365). Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), clxxxvii, 98. Feet of F. Warw. Trin. 2. Jas.

    Houses of Austin canons The abbey of St James , Northampton

    'best surplus of Raynes,' 23 to the abbot and convent his best breviary, to the prior a silver spoon, his signet of silver, and his 'beds of Mistelden'; to Robert Chamberleyn, one of the canons, a double bottle of a

    Parishes Stoke Hammond

    against claimants through Robert Earl of Salisbury to Levinus Monke . 39 He was one of the Clerks of the Signet and died in 1623 . 40 His widow Elizabeth was holding in 1625 , during the minority of their

    Witney borough Economic history: medieval trade and industry

    Margaret Yates . Below (ancient mills). Fulling mills in Cassington , Cogges , Ducklington , Hardwick , Standlake , and Signet (in Burford ) were associated with the Witney industry at various times: cf. VCH Oxon . xii. 67; xiii.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iel We tli UVarrebj of tihe Milit, acud Clerk of the lrott;; ('olk nf pllid- tne-itu; four Clerks of tie Signet and four Clerk of ithe prity S-ea! ; Comriptroller-General of Accoonts iat tie Excite, anti I. spetor-rGenerall; Register-Genenal nfExcisc; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ceeding 30)Ol. there is a duty of IL1 Oil Articles of Clerkship to Attornies, 111.-ApprerC tices to Writers of tbe Signet in Scotdand areako su4hived to a duty of 551.-and ali inoutneralhe FI t of artizec in law process, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rriry Seal for Scotland. - a, lo7 lit. Hon. R~~~ - - . I~,5oo Dait05 Regts rlood05, S3>Keeper of the Signet - - ,n69 lianqe, ~te of Sixaio - Irln 2, ?84 La u ellesle, Chief Remembrancer, Ireland 4,!2o1 Ireland Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , IN SCOTLAVD' Kteeper of the Great SealSel . . Weeper n~f tbe Privy Seal 2411. e t9-t *1eeper~of the Signet -- . .-nb~2 Eicrd fIeghtes' - -' . - .. - -00o 2'-t -Dimet ,jf tbe Court of Chancery Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    w tl'-matter cbitaie. in it gave ollence tf the Court, wvilho sended fun froro his ottice of Wintd to. the Signet for twe ive inonmls; and oldered thiat he should, he impnmpsybric 5'or tii~ree. MY. Jsa~raSO9 coaitetidsthat his imprismisnretit hs Subscribers-only content

 

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