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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 29 May Games. Evil Mayday.

    Lincolne went unto one Doctor Bell , a Canon of the foresaid Spittal , that was appointed likewise to preach upon Tuesday in Easter Week at the same Spittal , whom he perswaded to re ad his said Bill in

    Book 5, Chapter 8 [The Apparel.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    wearing their Scarlet Gowns furred, with their Cloaks, and Horses. And after Breakfast take their Horses, and ride to the Spittal . And there they put on their Cloaks, and so sit down in order to hear the Sermon. Which

    Book 1, Chapter 26 The WORKHOUSE in Bishopsgatestreet.

    which pretended Calamity was notoriously false, the said Mary and her two Children being sound of State of this Hospital. Spittal Sermon at St. Brides by Dr. Ibbot . The Workhouse in Bishopsgatestreet. J. S. For poor Children, and idle

    Book 5, Chapter 1 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [Offerings.]

    what Dr. Hall (afterwards the most pious Bishop of Norwich ) observed of it an hundred Years ago in a Spittal Sermon, is much more applicable to it now. I cannot but thankfully congratulate the Happiness of this famous City;

    Book 1, Chapter 26 The WORKHOUSE in Bishopsgatestreet.

    . 193. Such a Reputation had he for his Ability in teaching Youth. CHAP. Treasurer, and Officers. Dr. Hall 's Spittal Sermon, Anno 1618 . The Cause of the Sufferings of Mr. Dugard Master of Merchant Taylors School, Anno 1649

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Spittal on the Street'

    Hospitals Spittal on the Street' 105. THE HOSPITAL CALLED 'SPITTAL ON THE STREET ' The hospital called ' Spittal on the Street' was built in 1396 by Thomas Aston , a canon of Lincoln , and connected with the chapel

    Fangfoss

    foss of the place-name, and by Salt beck; the two unite in the parish as Spittal beck. Fangfoss was apparently an Anglian settlement but Spittal , a hamlet to the south of the village where the Hospitallers had an estate,

    Hospitals Wigton , Bewcastle , Caldbeck and Keswick

    as this and those following must have been numerous in Cumberland , for near to many villages the name of Spittal , the usual term in the vernacular for hospital, still survives to remind us that some such institution once

    Hospitals St Leonard , Newark

    hospitals that escaped destruction at the hands of Edward VI . This hospital of St. Leonard , usually called the Spittal , was leased to Sir Robert Constable, and hence passed to William Cecil, Earl of Exeter , who built

    Hospitals Tamworth , St James

    136. S.H.C . 1915, 272, 275 n. 39. Ibid. 272; Cal. Pat . 1548-9 , 38-39. P.C.C. 13 Dixy. For Spittal Field see C. F. Palmer , Hist. of the Town and Castle of Tamworth ( Tamworth , 1845), map

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, 1571, 01 January 1571-31 December 1571

    . ( 190. ) Robert Reve to the Same. [Before 25 Feb., 1571. ] As to the almshouse called the Spittal, Hoddesdon, Herts, with appurtenances, the lease of which he bought from William Smith, to whom it was demised by

    Index, S

    Meliardus, letters from, 876, 1072. -, -, 57, 183 (1), 420, 656, 1000 (1). Spires , Bishop of, 763 (2). Spittal , 34 (1). St. Aignan , 84 (3). St. Albone , 896 (16). St. Andr , Marshal, 9 (6),

    The manors of Cardiff district, Descriptions

    lane." It does not appear from the public records that the Spittal itself was ever in the hands of the Crown. Possibly, like the Spittal close above mentioned, the Spittal itself was claimed by Bawdrib as having been originally granted

    Index, S

    to, 329. Spires , 224 (5), 414 (3), 700 (2). Spithovius , Johannes, letters from, 96, 216. -, -, 181. Spittal , 533, 548 (2), 612 (1). Spitz , Frederic, see Spedt. Spott , the Laird of, 371, 381 (1),

    James 1 - volume 91, April 1617, 01 April 1617-30 April 1617

    to Lake. The Lords will attend Her Majesty this Easter at Greenwich, but on Easter Monday will go to the Spittal sermon, and dine with the Lord Mayor. April 16. 37. Note of muster rolls and inventories of munition in Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 6th September 1853

    Spittal of Glenshee, where we stopped for luncheon, & Braemar. The day was quite beautiful & the scenery in its greatest beauty. We however suffered from the intense heat of the sun. Between the Bridge of Kally & the

    Saturday 31st August 1850

    , where we changed horses. From here to the Spittal of Glenshee, is the most tedious part of the drive, as one hardly gets out of a walk. At the Spittal we stopped for luncheon, & found Mr Farquharson ;

    Wednesday 15th August 1849

    a very long stage of 20 miles to the Spittal of Glenshee. We got into completely wild Highland scenery, barren, rocky hills, through which the road winds, till one reaches the Spittal of Glenshee, which is hardly to be called

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with the Blood Mre, werethe best and hiaviest I havever grown, and almost thehaviest 1 have ever seen grown-F YTHAL, Spittal Fam, Bonbury.-.Jannry, 7, 1871." AGENTS .-Mr. Iobert William, i -i Carnarvon ; M.,John T , a wD, Alesea.; Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Manure, ?we~e the beat and heaviest| I have ever grown, Pa almost the heaviest 1 have ever seen grown.-F.. LY!IL, Spittal Fan, Banbtry.-January, 7,'1871." AGJENiTS :Mr. Robert Williams, Brni~wick lioai~dingscarar.v~on. Mr-Joan: Thomas, Lanfair pwll- Anglesea; Mr. Hugh W~illiamls, Sea View, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were the best and heaviest 4I hive ever grown,, and almost the heaviest 1 have ever seen grown-. . LYTEHiL, Spittal Farm, Banbury.-January, 7, 1871." AGENTS :-Mr. Robert Wifliamsis, Brunswick Buildings, Carnfarfoii; Mr.h Thomas, Lanfai pwll Anglesea; Mr. Hugh Williams, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blood Manure, were, tl best and heavies Ir have ever grown, and almost thegheavest 1 have ever seen growTn.-F LHA Spittal Farm, Beanury. -January, 7, 1871." AGENTSe:-Mr. Robert Williams, Brunswick Building. Carnarvo Mr. JohnuThomas, Llanf airb pwl- Anglesea ; Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    withlthe BloiodManure, .werethe best and heaviest I have' ever grown, and almoit the heaviest 1 have ever seen grown.-F. 'YmAL, Spittal Farm, Banbnr.-4anuarY, 7, 1871." AGENTS :-Mr. Robert Williams, BrnnswidkK@uildings, Carnarvon; Mr. John Thomas, Iianfair pwll, Angleses; Mr. Hugh Willams, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 May 1789, 20 May 1789

    and enclofing the Open and Common Fields, Common Meadows, Common Paftures, and Wade Lands in the Parifli of Normdnby next Spittal, in the County of " Lincoln," to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. The Order .of the Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1789, 20 May 1789

    Geo. III. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. Adjourn. to it this .'ill in the i and s Bill. Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords Committees aforenamed: Their Lordfhips, or any Five Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1789, 22 May 1789

    the Open and Common Fields, " Common Meadows, Common Paftures, and Wafte " Lands, in the Parifli of Normanby next Spittal, in the " County of Lincoln." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Consideration of the Lords Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1789, 25 May 1789

    the Open and Common •* Fields, Common Meadows, Common Paftures, and " Wafte Lands, in the Parifh of Normanby next Spittal, " in the County of Lincoln," was committed : " That iC they had confidered the faid Bill, and Subscribers-only content

    26 May 1789, 26 May 1789

    the Open and Common Fields, " Common Meadows, Common Paftures, and Wafte " Lands, in the Parifh of Normanby next Spittal, in the " County of Lincoln." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill fhall " pafs ?" It Subscribers-only content

 

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