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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 Battersey.

    Wife Judeth Paget hath erected this Monument. He was born at Slinkfold in Sussex : He was Clerk of the Spicery to Queen Elizabeth and King James , and lived in the Court 35 Years. He delivered his Soul to

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 The Circuit Walk. Hackney.

    Ordinary to K. Charles I . and K. Charles II . and William, one of the Clerks of his Majesty's Spicery . Joan, Dorothy, Mary, and Elizabeth. All go unto one Place: All are of the Dust, and all turn

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 Hackney.

    Pleas. Departed 1504 . He was Founder of a Guild in this Church. Robert Walsingham , third Clerk of the Spicery to K. Henry the Eighth , [and Margaret his Wife. ] Dyed 1522 . [ 1524 . ] By

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Ancient Housekeeping.

    Hall Kitchen , two Clerks of the Kitchen, a Clerk Comptroller, a Surveyor of the Dresser, a Clerk of the Spicery ; all which together kep t also a continual Mess in the Hall. Also, in his Hall Kitchen he

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, October 1686, 11 October 1686-15 October 1686

    same to pay to Mary Hope and Elizabeth Luck, widow. daughters of Robert Hope, esq., deceased, late Clerk of the Spicery, the pensions of 30 l . and 50 l. per an . respectively from April 1 last for their

    House of Commons Journal Volume 8, 17 July 1660, 17 July 1660-17 July 1660

    from the Place of its Growth in English shipping, be one Peny in the Pound. Resolved , That all other Spicery and Drugs imported directly from the Place of their Growth in English Shipping, be one Third Part of what

    East Indies, December 1527, 01 October 1527-31 December 1527

    the country. Difference between the Emperor and King of Portugal about those islands. The first navigation for discovery of this spicery purposed by the Portugals in 1484; the Pope grants the King of Portugal all he should discover; the island

    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 19 March 1644, 19 March 1644-19 March 1644

    Comptrolments, Nicholas Bond . "Clerks of the Kitchen, Nicholas Downes . John Humphreyes . Ra. Jackson . "Clerk of the Spicery, Bringhest . "Clerk of the Woodyard, Scullery, & c . John Marre . "The abovenamed Officers of Household, who

    Index, T

    to Whale Fins, Blubber, & c . Ib . Ib . How Drugs imported from Place of Growth charged, and Spicery, except Pepper, and Linen and Foreign Silks, and Wrought Silks, and Tobacco and Wines herein mentioned. 2. Ib .

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Winchester Fairs and trades

    12 d ., one shop of Laurence Andevere which paid 8 d ., 2 terragia of the Wardens of the Spicery [ Speciarum ] of St. Swithun's which rendered 20 d ., one house and one place of John Nhottele

    Parishes Bishop's Stortford

    of the two roads. Converging on it were rows (probably of permanent booths) called the Fish Row , 10 the Spicery Row, 11 the Mercery, 12 the Buchery, 13 Shop Row, 14 Barley Hill and Wheat Hill . 15 The

    The city of Durham Introduction (3 of 3)

    sea and not used in England till about the year 1670.' One deponent had lived with the Clerk of the Spicery to Charles II and remembered the Duchess of 'Mazarene' who came from beyond sea that year and brought 'the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Continent, and even with Eastern countries. Articles of English con- sumption have already been mrrhtioned which came from abroad. Spicery and wines were perhaps the mcit pro- minent of these. Wealthy. as barons eome of these merchants were, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    do considerable trade with the Contiuient, a and even with Eastern countries. Articles of English e consumption caie froni abroati. Spicery and wines were s perhaps the most prominent of these. Wealthy as barons some of those ulerchants were, end Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Garter in 1673. Ho married, first, Mary, daughter and heiress of Sir Heury e Wood, St., Clerk of the Spicery, temp. Charles I., and one of the Clerks of the Green Cloth under Charles II., and niece to Thsmas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,$eaon. Come, all ye jolly riddling wights, this marry Christmiae time, Come, rearsemble round " The Yuletide Sphinx," Another Speeial Spicery of Mfirth and Mystic Rhyme Awaits each doughty knight and blithesome mint. Acrostics, with their sparkliug lights, Charades a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    one behore, to give eta appear- eeanco of' great height. It proved to be an old man named T. L_ Spicery upw'~ards of 70 years of age, who lived in a wvretcheil Ac shed itear the steps, a recipient of Subscribers-only content

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