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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Leonard , Durham

    only trace of it now remaining is to be found in the name of a field called ' Spital -flat,' or ' Spital -close,' which lies to the north of Chapel-close. 4 It occurs, under the name of St. Leonard

    Hospitals Windsor

    April, 1382 , custody for life of the chapel of St. Peter in the parish of Windsor , called 'le Spital ,' void by the resignation of Simon de Merstone . A few days later, namely on 9 May ,

    Hospitals St Leonard , Thrapston

    township of Wadenhoe , the flesh was sent 'to the lepers of St. Leonard 's, Thrapston , being the nearest Spital .' 4 The clerk whom the king in vain tried to force Bishop Grossetete to institute to the rectory

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Marrick

    Marrick , the convent received many donations in most of the adjoining villages and also the hospital known as the Spital on Stainmoor, which was given by Ralph son of Ralph , lord of Moulton , and which continued in

    Hospitals St John Baptist , Berkhamstead

    72) marked this spot as the site of one of the hospitals, pointing to the names ' Spital Mead ' and 'the Spital trees' in proof, but he thought the hospital that of St. John the Evangelist . The nearness

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grownvwithltheBlood r were the bes andheavest I have ever grown, and. almost the heariest 1 have ever seen grown.-FP. LH, Spital Farm, BaburY-J5UaT 7, 1871" AGENiTS :-Mr. Robert Williams, Brunswick;Buildings, arnarvoc'; Mr. J~hn Thiom~aa LlanFair~ll Au glesea, Mr. HEugh Williamns,. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '[ANUIE-. : WOLVERIAXPtO.: almos theheavest ha'e evr sen gr'wn.F. LrHAL Spital earv auuy esrt Z 87 AGETS :-Mer.Robert.W iiiiamns; Brunswick Buildings, Oar wson, iafi pf Anelesea. hIr Hi[h W~tiliams, Sea-.View, Abergele ; MZIr. Johui Rbberts, Gsra5ba Farm, near enbigh; Mr.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4l1aninm Y dycld blaenorol i'r etholiad trefol aeth y gwahanol swyddogion yn Leeds trwy fath o 'chwareu etholiad,' er mwyn eymshwyso eu hunain, a dywedir fod yr ymn- arferiad wedi ateb diben cla. Hysbysir o Ffraine fod o'ylifisdaa rnawrion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SATUH-IDA I'S LONDON GAZETTE. P ANi-jiitTP1,'CiES SIJT'EIIS DE1. - Siecolti,)s Th:liirlieoieie, Clittlii-?-dteillfi. S. N.'Ici. ?',r: ilt, ,grocer. ji nt , l e it en hanw-tireet, foon llderI. BANKiRUP1TS. J . Criap, Tow r- r1 l et 1, uelrhIiant. Atternhi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINEIR. Party is the madness ot' many for the gain of a few. POPE. No. 5.54. DEATH AND CHARACTER OF THE QUEEN. As we are in general more eleborate than rmost papers in our oticee of deceased Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    The Diary of Thomas Burton, 27 January 1657-8, 27 January 1658-27 January 1658

    very long, especially on public occasions. Thus Dr. Barrow occupied " three hours and an half" in delivering his famous Spital Ser mon, "On the Duty and Reward of Bounty to the Poor." See Brit. Biog , vi. 322; Biog.

    Preachers and preaching

    preach one of the Spital Sermons. ( Circa 1924 5.) VII. 21, 22, and 23. Draft forms of Letters from the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, inviting Preachers to preach the Easter Sermons at the Spital, before the whole

    Captives

    would bestow herself, had recommended him to the Bishop of London, so that at the sermons usually made at the Spital, without Bishopsgate, in the Easter holidays, and otherwise within his diocese, the people might be moved charitably to assist.

    Morden

    a charter of free warren 5 . The prior and convent of Merton had also an estate here, called the Spital Farm, which was granted by Hen. VIII. to William Forman 6 , and afterwards became the property of the

    Index, Subjects

    Master of Choristers , 449 Almonry, see Almoner Matricula , 101 Mayor , Lord, 126, 147, 196, 277, 381 attends Spital Sermon, 451 Mazer , 460 Menestralli , see Minstrels Mercers' Company , to show by what right they govern

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 30 Honourable Acts of Citizens.

    therewith to purchase Lands, that their Relief (by the Revenues of the same) may be perpetual. To St. Thomas 's Spital , or Hospital, in Southwark , towards the Succour of the Sick and Diseased, he gave 4l. yearly for

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Reasons humbly offered for a Pound-Rate towards the Maintenance of the Ministers in the intended New Parishes of Stepney., 1 August 1726

    '5 >J REASONS For d Pound-Rate z» *£<? i«te«<fed? New Parifhes /"« Stepney. / TH E Inhabitants of each new Ptir^J have petitioned for a PorW Raff, and therefore it cannot be prefumed to be in their Opinion a Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1758, 2 June 1758

    widening the Road from The Swan Inn at Leather- te head to The May Pole at the Upper End of Spital " or Somerfet Street, in the Parifh of Stoake near the " Town of Guldeford, in the County of Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1758, 6 June 1758

    the Road from The Swan Inn Road, Bill. " at Leatherhead to the May-pole at the upper End of " Spital or Somerfet Street, in the Parifli of Stoake near " the Town of Guldeford, in the County of Surrey." Subscribers-only content

    7 June 1758, 7 June 1758

    and widening the Road from The Swan /««Road, " at Leatherhead to the May-pole at the upper End of " Spital or Somerfet Street, in the Parifh of Stoake near " the Town of Guldeford, in the County of Surry." Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1758, 9 June 1758

    and widening the Road from The Swan Inn at " Leatherhead, to the May-po!e at the Upper End of " Spital or Somerfet-Street, in the Parifh of Stoake near ** the Town of Guldeford, in the County of Surrey,'' was Subscribers-only content

 

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