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  • * British History Online *

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    Introduction

    was probably more dedicated to peace than any other statesman in France at that moment with th e exception of Sully. 1 The Queen, with her ineradicable distrust of Philip, could only bring herself with great difficulty to contemplate a

    Preface

    James, in which Sully declares that he acquainted the King with the great design ; though the key-stone of that scheme was, as Sully himself says, an offensive and defensive alliance between England, Holland, and France. Sully represents that this

    Custom House Records, Order Book, 1686-1733

    & meeter of the Creekes of Berry, Sully & the Districts there vnto belonging . . . for meetting & weighing of Coales & Cvlme." 1699. John Wilkins, "wayter & searcher at Sully & Barry Creeks of the port of

    Cecil Papers, March 1607, 01 March 1607-31 March 1607

    envoyez les Sieurs Gigor, pasteur, et de Cargroy, ancien, avec lettres a Sa M. et a Messieurs de Bouillon, de Sully, de Sillery et du Plessis. Lesdicts Sieurs Gigor et de Cargroy estans de retour ont apporte lettres de Sa

    The Diary of Thomas Burton, 25 December 1656, 25 December 1656-25 December 1656

    order, they incurred some suspicions; yet maintained their establishment. See Perefixe's Henri IV., Anno 1594, and M é moires de Sully , B. vii.; Henault's Abr é g é Chronologique (1789), ii. 601, 615. They were re-established at Venice in

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Olney with Warrington

    Mabel and Walter de Sully . Walter died before the beginning of 1285-6 , when her land in the hundred of Bonestou was v alued at £16. 121 Before 1310 Mabel and her son Raymond de Sully granted their fourth

    Huntspill Sea wall of 1799-1802 protecting Huntspill parish from the tidal river Parrett

    de Sully similarly lost his land in 1233 for his part in rebellion in Ireland with Jordan Marsh . 17 In 1284-5 Walter de Sully held Alstone of John de Cogan . 18 He was succeeded by Raymond de Sully

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Glastonbury

    not of the latter. The death of Henry II in 1189 was soon followed by the appointment of Henry de Sully Prior of Bermondsey as Abbot of Glastonbury . His abbotship is memorable for the grant in 1191 325 by

    Index K-Z

    rector of Mitcheldean , Stroat , see Tidenham Strode : Mercy, m. Francis Wyndham , fam., Stroud , Sully , John of, Sully , see Lydney : Soilwell surgeons , Surrey , see Southwark Sussex , see Firle ; Midhurst

    Bridgwater Economic history

    were 145 ships registered in the port totalling 8,943 tons. 95 Four companies, Stuckey and Bagehot, Haviland, Axford , and Sully dominated business in the port in the 19th century. The Havilands had a fleet of small vessels in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan M. Chapman (lO,. 6c.); ' O utlines of Psychology, with Specal Refer- ence to the Tbeory of Education,' 3. Sully (12s. 6e.), Bywgraffyddol: 'Missionary to Africa,' E. B. tinder. hill (2.o. 6c.); 'Life of General Gordon,' awdwr 4 'Or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ARHOLIAD BLYNYDDODc ATHROFA TREFECCA. 1 : ADHODDIADLU YR ARHOLWYR, Treveco3, 24th June, 1885, To the Comrmittee of Treteeea Cotlege. Gentlemen,-In handing you the appended list of marks obtained by the students st the examination, which was conducted last week Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4ydd, yn 75 mlwydd oed, Jane, anwyl briod Mr William Griffith, 23, Wellington Terrace, Caernarfon. HOPKIN.-Mawrth 4ydd, Mr John Xopkin, Sully, ger Barry, Sir Forganwg. yn 74 mlwydd oed. Yr oedd yr ymadawedig yr hynaf o frodorion y plwyf, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    said. that tlihee are the abuses of religiA, not religion itself; but not to stop and examine the stil~more fea Sully mi- nine portion of mankind to Which thiis.would confine the chence of salvation, the abuses of Pga nism led Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oil the score ofjussie. lle thea moved, eStith '' moetioun be re-committed. A.flLL~ y-to thtuhat the tume pov grwaited a..5 Sully cy 0 pe tent to 44s i er the parpse, and -was sure' the Calholics of Ireland wIuld bevii Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PERCEVAL, John, Visct. Perceval (1711-70).

    figures as a future secretary of state. It was to him that Frederick wrote:Let us remember both Henry IV and Sully, in all times these are our models, let us follow ’em in most all, except in their extravagances.[footnote]On the

    STRADLING, Sir Thomas (by 1495-1571), of St. Donats, Glam.

    out by the number and tone of the depositions. Stradling’s purchase in the following year of the Glamorgan manor of Sully from Herbert’s uncle the 1st Earl of Pembroke may have been a piece of reconciliation after this episode.[footnote]After 1558

    DENYS, Sir Gilbert (d.1422), of Siston, Glos.

    was on the duke’s behalf that, in May 1375, he had taken formal custody of the manors of Aberavon and Sully in Glamorganshire, part of the holdings of the late Lord Despenser. He was to make his mark as a

    RAYMOND, Thomas (d.1418), of Simpson in Holsworthy, Devon.

    the Black Prince, Bishop Brantingham of Exeter and Sir John Sully. It may be that in his youth Raymond had seen service under either the prince or his retainer, Sully, who enjoyed the fee farm of the city of Exeter

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    the Daughters, " Margaret, the Wife of Ralph de Crumbwell, John Le- " strange,Son of Joan, another Daughter, Walter de Sully, " Son of Maud, another Daughter, and Isabel, Widow " of Henry de Erdinglon, another Daughter, were the " Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Arundel, her Daughter Margaret, Wife " of Ralph de Crumbewell, John Lestrange, Son of Joan, " another Daughter, William de Sully, Son of Maud, " another Daughter,- and Mabell, another Daughter, " Widow of Henry de Erdington, are stated to Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    34, Bill ordered; presented ; 155. Lords Amendment agreed to, 377. it. A. 393. StOW Bardolph *.—See srepra, 26.65. 66. Sully, Cadoxton, Juxta Barry, &C. (Glamorgan) :—For embanking, draining, and improving; Referred, ixx. 42. IVof reported. 67. Sutton, Chetteris, &C. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    lx,vij, 14. Bill ordered, 20. Presented, 29. Lords Amendments agreed to, 141. R. a. 158. StOUr : See supra, 11. Sully, &C. (Glamorgan) :-—See Drainages, 66. Thorne, Hatfield, and Fishlake :—See i«cZew«re*, 144- (Tforne.) 16. Traeth Mawr Estuary (Carnarvon and Subscribers-only content

    Index, 6 March 1782

    of the real value of the lands, 857 ab.— this compared with the improvement of the revenues of France by Sully, 944b.—debates in council on the subject, 857 b, 858 a, 93910 1008.—the project ascribed to Cantoo Baboo, Mr. Hastings's Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John David, 20/1/1561

    DETAIL Surname David Forename John Title clerk Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 20/1/1561 Office/Status Rector Location Sully// OTHER INFORMATION Source CCC, MS 122 (Clerical Survey) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Kitchin, Anthony/Llandaff 1545- 1566 Comment R: yP/D: M: LP: Preachers: PL: VL: CS:

    Thomas Bassett, 7/8/1802

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 9743 Linked to person: Bassett, Thomas 1763-1802 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Bassett Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 7/8/1802 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Sully//Glamorgan

    Robert Peters, 30/8/1822

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 12920 Linked to person: Peter, Robert 1785-1822 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Peters Forename Robert Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 30/8/1822 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Sully//Glamorgan

    Robert Peter, 7/8/1802

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 9743 Linked to person: Peter, Robert 1785-1822 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Peter Forename Robert Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Subscription on Appointment Date 7/8/1802 Office/Status Rector

    Thomas Clowes, 13/4/1824

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 12635 Linked to person: Clowes, Thomas 1823-1831 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Clowes Forename Thomas Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 13/4/1824 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate

 

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