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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 17 [The Standard] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Merchants.]

    be used and continued for Standards to size all Weights by, throughout the Realm, without hurt to the Commonwealth of the same, to their best Knowledge and Understanding. This last Verdict, and the several Standards were presented, and remained in

    Book 5, Chapter 17 [Weights,] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [and Measures.]

    they could, whether the said Standards so newly sized, were agreeable unto the antient Standards , allowed and appointed by the Laws of the Realm; or whether they might be allowed and appointed to be Standards , for the sizing

    Book 1, Chapter 31 Worthy Maiors. Sir Richard Martin.

    marked with distinct Marks, according to that Proclamation, and remained in the Exchequer of Westminster , as her Majesties approved Standards , to Size and reform all other Weights by: And by the Proclamation, the Mint, the Clerk of the

    Book 1, Chapter 31 Worthy Maiors.

    Weights, agreeable to her Majesties approved Standards , and abolishing of all others, he thought it convenient, that some Law or Order might be set down, for the receiving and using these approved Standards ; as in a like Case

    Book 6, Chapter 3 The COURTS.

    Victory. I remember, when I was a Boy, I saw the Hall hung full, on one Side, with Colours and Standards taken from the Scots at Worcester Fight. But upon K. Charles the Second his coming to his just Right,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Shipton-on-Cherwell Local government

    passed to the tenants in demesne, Robert and Alice Standard . From 1569 the the Rathbones and their successors the Standards held a manorial court or court baron which made some agricultural bylaws, chiefly about the grazing of sheep and

    Schools St. Marylebone Grammar School

    latent sparks of genius'. Nine years later the school removed to King Street , Edgware Road (later renamed Nutford Place). Standards of discipline and learning were low. 47 In 1827 the school moved to its present site in Marylebone Road

    Shipton-on-Cherwell Economic history

    13 sheep and lambs worth £5 10 s ., and cheese-making equipment. 60 On the demesne, the Rathbones and the Standards practised mixed farming with a bias towards sheep. John Rathbone 's widow Anne was accused in 1617 of having

    Friaries Austin friars

    the community. 41 Among its benefactors was Richard, Earl of Arundel (d. 1397), a lifelong friend of the order. 42 Standards declined in the later 15th century; in 1456 there were only six friars there 43 and the last century

    Shipton-on-Cherwell Church

    dated 1573. 31 Richard Newbury , rect or 1592-1625 , brought several tithe suits against the Rathbones and later the Standards ; he wrote or witnessed several parishioners' wills. 32 The next rector, Philip French ( 1625-75 ), lived on

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 6, 9 November 1649, 09 November 1649-09 November 1649

    Ordered , That it be referred to the Commissioners for Trial of the Pix Money, to give Order, That the Standards for the Coins of this Commonwealth be new made of the same Allay with the former; and present the

    House of Commons Journal Volume 6, 20 December 1649, 20 December 1649-20 December 1649

    : That, upon the Two-and-twentieth of November , they presented their Verdict, as followeth, subscribed by them; and therewith two Standards, one of Gold, and one other of Silver, indented and marked, divided into Four Parts: Whereof one Part was

    Acts, 1837

    before he can be enrolled. IX. Sess. ult., May 29, 1837. Act for the Examination of Students on the Catechetical Standards of the Church. The General Assembly, with the consent of the Presbyteries of the Church, as re ported by

    Note on funerals mentioned

    or word (his motto); and to be slit at the end." The standards borne at funerals, as mentioned in the present volume, were made after this model. Standards became more frequent in use than banners. They were borne by knights;

    Acts, 1737

    his expressions, so this Assembly do stedfastly adhere to the doctrine of our Church on that head, expressed in our Standards, particularly in the answers to that question in our Shorter and Larger Catechism, "What is the chief end of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    follow- B ing Cargoes of Tresh and Superior Timber:- The ' Ocean Child,' from St. John, N. B., with 150 Standards of Spruce Deals. 'Rose,' from Sundswall, with Red Deals, Battens and Boards. 'Margaret Jones,' from Frederickstadt, with Planed Red Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the follow- m ing Cargoes of Fresh and Superior. Timber The 'Ocean Child,' fromLl St. John, N. B., with 150 Standards of Spruce Deals. 'Rose,' from Sundswall, with Red Deals, Battens and Boards. 'Margaret Jones,' from Frederickstadt, with Planed Bed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the follow ing Cargoes of Fresh and Superior Timber:- The ' Ocean Child,' from St. John, N. B., with 150 Standards of Spruce Deals. 'Rose,' from Sundswall, with Red Deals, Battens and Boards. 'Margaret Jones,' from Frederickstadt, with Planed Red Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the follow- ing Cargoes of Fresh and Superior Timber:- The ' Ocean Child,' from St. John, N. B., with 150 Standards of Spruce Deals. 'Rose,' from Sundswall, with Red Deals, Battens and.Boards, 'Margaret Jones,' from Frederickstadt, with Planed -Red and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the follow- _-in-Wg Cargoes of. Fresh and Superior Timber:- 'tltc't (ceean Child,' from St. John, N.; B, with o50 Standards of Spruce Deals. 'R1ose,' froml Sundswall, with Red Deals, Battens anti Boards. 'M argitrit Jones,' from Frederickstadt, with Plated Subscribers-only content

 

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