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  • * British History Online *

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    British History Online

    to their respective Dates until the same should be fully discharged and paid off and the Interest upon every such Talley should be paid every Three Months until the Satisfaction of the Principal And it was thereby further enacted That

    British History Online

    or be in any wise effectual for the assigning or transferring the Right or Property of any such Order or Talley or any the Moneys thereby due or payable unlesse such Assignement or Transference be made in Writing and be

    British History Online

    and every such person on such payment made shall immediately have a Talley or Tallies importing the receipt of the consideration money soe paid and upon every such Talley proper words shall bee written signifying that such payment is made

    William III, 1696-7, An Act for the better Observation of the Course anciently used in the Receipt of Exchequer. [Chapter XXVIII. Rot. Parl. 8 & 9 Gul.]

    of the Exchequer on Receipt of Money on Loan, & c. to throw down a Bill into the Talley Court for a Talley to be struck for the same, and be charged with the Sum received. Teller, & c. refusing

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    the considerac[i ] on money and orders for the payment of the said annuities beareing the same date with the Talley the said Talleys to bee levied and the said orders to be signed in the same manner as in

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses The Cluniac priory of Newton Longville

    William, 12 occurs 1236 Peter, 13 occurs 1262 John de Panneville, 14 occurs 1277 Richard, 15 occurs 1297 William de Talley , 16 occurs 1306 Round, Cal. of Doc. France , 74-77. Ibid. 75-76. Close, 5 Edw. I . m.

    Houses of Premonstratensian canons Abbey of Halesowen

    of the culprits themselves (lacrymabiliter misericordiam implorantes) but of the abbot himself and other brethren, and of the abbot of Talley 60 who was helping in the visitation, the bishop referred 'both the crime and the penalty' to the next

    House of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Welbeck

    Titchfield , Hampshire , founded in 1231 by a colony from the recently-formed house of Halesowen . The abbey of Talley , Carmarthenshire, was founded from the monastery of St. John 's, Amiens, but was subsequently made subsidiary to Halesowen


    ash, hazel, maple, and thorn, was said to be saleable every 12th year and the vicar rented 4½ a. at Talley on Pedwell Hill , although the great trees were later said to be reserved. 1 The farmer of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    talu; giyda dynee ar yr un pryd r wneuthur rhyw,'allowance'-mewn rhaio~rcharas.' ' Darllenwyd llythiyr eddiwrth un ofihehnoai~d Eskernarnt .v a Talley, ye hysbysu en ad: yn-o'wedi eofrestru y capei , er niwyn gwcini priodasan ynddo. wnoenwd ]ythyr hefydioddiwrth ac.B atd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at hyn o orchwyl; hefyd, penodwyd y Parch. D. Morgans, p Llandil6, a Mr. Isaac N~athan, Liangadog, i yned i Talley ar yr ui neges. Bn sylw, ar' amryw bethau a ddaeth o'r Gymianfa ddiweddaf, neo mewn perthynas i Ftigeiliaethtglwysigpendttfynwyd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    blaenorol i fyned i Cayo, Talley, a Llanddowror, i gael llais yr eglwysi yno yu newisiad bugeiliaid. Y maent yn Oayo yn rhoddi galwad Pr Parch. Thomas Phillips, Siloh i fod yn fugail arnynt.; Talley, Parch. John Jones, Lianybyth- a Subscribers-only content

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    fel arferol. LEnwyd y Parchn. T. Thomas, Llandovery, W. T ewis, Llanfynydd, a Air. W. Lewis, Llaiifvnydd, i fynied 1 Talley, i gynorthityo yr eglwys yno i sefydle bugail a deivis biacenoriaid. Y Parch, J. Waiters, Naetgarcdig, a Mr. Willia.m Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sefydliad y Parch. John Jones, yn ddiweddar o Llanybydder, yn fugail ar yr eglwys Fethodistaidd yn nghapel Esgair. nant, plwyf Talley, neu Talyllychau, yr hwn le sydd yn gorwedd oddeuta wyth milltir i'r gogledd o Lan. deilo. Amser dechreu v Subscribers-only content


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