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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Old and New Shoreham Parliamentary representation

    Carew , Elections , ii. 126. D.N.B . Hist. Parl., Commons , 1715-54 , i. 337-8; on corruption cf. Defoe, Tour Thro' G.B . ed. Cole , i. 130. B.L . Add. MS. 11571, f. 121v. 11 Geo. III, c.

    Hornsey , including Highgate Judaism

    district synagogue of the United Synagogue by 1962 13 and a constituent synagogue from 1976 . 14 D. Defoe , Tour through Eng. and Wales (Everyman edn. 1928), ii. 3. Trans. Jewish Hist. Soc . xxi. 80; see above, p.

    The city of Lichfield Introduction

    2 and 4; econ. hist. (agric.; fi sheries). Leland , Itin . ed. Toulmin Smith, ii. 100-1. D. Defoe , Tour thro' the Whole Island of Gt. Brit . ( 1927 ), ii. 479. Lichfield Mercury , 4 Aug. 1989

    Newnham Local government

    C.3, f. 138. Cal. S.P. Dom . July- Sept. 1683 , 440. Lond. Gaz . 1-4 Oct. 1683 . Defoe, Tour thro' G.B . ( 1761 edn.), ii. 313. Cf. p. 30. Bodl. MS. Top. Glouc. C.3, f. 138. Sta.

    Parishes Meonstoke

    being a minor, Hugh de la Tour , son of William de la Tour . 54 It is doubtful, however, whether Hugh succeeded to his inheritance, for in 1316 a certain Thomas de la Tour was holding lands in Meonstoke

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boblogaeth. - d Mae y Weinyddiaeth wedi ei ffurfio gyda'r Cadfridog Montauban yn Weinidog Rhyfel, M. c e Magne yn Weinidog y Cyllid, TYwysog de la I Tour yn Weinidog Tramor, ao M. Grandperret yn Weinidog Cyfiawnder. :===:== I I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I CYFARFOD MISOL LLEYN AC 'EIFIONYDD. Syr,-Yny GOLEUAD amyr wythnos ddiweddsf gwel- ais ymhlith penderfyniadau Cyf Misol Morfa Bychan, eu bod yn bwriadu aafon cylcblythyrau i'r eflwyai i'r diben a gael eu Uais, Aydyw yn angnrhoidial ordeinio rhai yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YN EISIAU, C YSODYDI) CYMEAEGf da a sobr. Ymofyfner yn ddioed a Mr. D. H. Jones, 'Goleuad' Office, Dolgellan. Yn awr yn barod, Rhif 9, Pris Ceiniog, o Y P TlJ L P U D.- YNWYSA Anerchiad, gan y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Newydd ei gyhoeddi, Pris Ceiniog, Rhif 9 o'r Ail Gyfrol o PULPUD, yn cynwys Pregeth ar,,"YTad.yn Y gogoneddu y Mab, neu Farwolaeth, Crist yn ogoniant," gan y Parch. John Davies, Gwaitad, Sir Benfro. Yn awr yn barod, mewn Amlen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . BALA, on TEUnSDAY, 'July 1st, and on the FIRST THURSDAY of each subsequent month. Hlours of attehdance, Eleven till Tour, to Yn barod,. Y TRAETHODYDD, AM HYDREF, 1875. ( YNWYSIADJ:-Gweidyddiaetb a Chrefvdd-Cof- C ,; golofn Mr. Charles-Cywydd Berwyn-Manyldeb Deddtau Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 1 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    the one in Latin, and the other of the same Import in English, which is as follows: Esther de la Tour de Governet. A Name renowned in France , and which her excellent Endowments of Mind and Body rendered much

    Book 6, Chapter 3 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    another Patent 32. of his Reign, he gave the Dean and Canons a Tower in Bokelesbury, London , called Sewtes Tour , with the Appurtinences. In the 43. of his Reign, he gave them another House in London called The

    Book 1, Chapter 8 The Jurisdiction of the THAMES.

    Citezens of London al that the Constables of our Tour of London was wont to take of the same Weres. Wherefore we wyll and stedfastly commaund, That no Constable of the Tour ony Tyme from hens forward ony Thing axe,

    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds. Heraldo-Memoriale.

    And this Ceremony is taken notice of by the Describer of the Funeral Solemnity of the Lord Henry de la Tour , Marshal General of the Field and Armies of LEWIS the XIVth of France . They have immediately retained

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Act for taking down several Buildings, and inlarging the Streets and Market-places, in the City of Gloucester., 11 June 1749

    which is a JRefervoir for holding of Water, formerly brought there by fome old Waterworks; which be- long to the Tour feveral Perfons next herein after-named; that is to fay, Two Sixth Parts thereof to the Honourabley»£» S^/w^w, Efq; Two Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1685, 22 May 1685

    Speech this Day ; and their Lordlhips having fent to His Majefty, to know what Time He will appoint for both Houfes to wait upon Him, His Majefty hath appointed this Afternoon, at Tour of the Clock, in the Banqueting Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1700, 10 March 1701

    Houfe of Lords. A. 1700. Tour. mer Applies- « an Addrefs from this Houfe to His Majefty, His il Fa"« Majefty be humbly defired to take off the faid Suf- " penfion. " And whereas this Houfe hath formerly made Subscribers-only content

    4 December 1706, 4 December 1706

    to do me : Nobody in Rtpl>* " the World can be more fenfible of it than I am, nor " more defirous to deferve the Continuance of your Fa- •* Tour and good Opinion." Y y Dominus Gr re's Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1757, 5 April 1757

    Holland and Flanders " to Paris, and from thence to Lyons, Marfcilles, Toulon, " Nice, and Genoa; and made the Tour of Italy, and " ftaid in Italy till March 1756, and then went into " Germany, and did not Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TOUR, Simon, of Shrewsbury, Salop.

    TOUR, Simon, of Shrewsbury, Salop. Constituency Dates Shrewsbury Jan. 1404 Ofifces Held Assessor, Shrewsbury Sept. 1388-90, 1395-6, 1398-9, 1414-15; bailiff 1391-2, 1403-4, 1409-10. Biography Tour’s grandfather, John, had been bailiff of Shrewsbury in 1337-8. His father appeared on the

    HOPYERE, Edward, of Winchelsea, Suss.

    to map out the position of proposed new walls for the town.[footnote]As master of the King’s balinger George de la Tour, Hopyere was ordered in February 1417 to recruit a crew, and a few months later he took part in

    GUISE, Sir William, 5th Bt. (1737-83), of Elmore and Rendcombe, Glos.

    wrote, ‘and without being a profound scholar is far from wanting either parts or knowledge.’[footnote] Together they made the Grand Tour of Italy ‘in great harmony and good humour’,[footnote] and their friendship continued after their return to England.Guise, with the

    PRIDE, Thomas, of Shrewsbury, Salop.

    behind Shrewsbury castle which he leased in 1398 to William Tour (brother of Simon*), who had married his daughter Jane, and which, five years later, he finally settled on Tour and his heirs. In the autumn of 1410 Pride and

    DICKER, Samuel (d.1760), of Walton-on-Thames, Surr.

    the Board of Trade about West Indian affairs.Dicker spent large sums in building bridges over the Thames-according to Grosley’s A Tour to London[footnote] ‘by that means [he] became Pontifex Maximus. Among these bridges that ... at Walton makes a conspicuous

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    which everyone knows now to have been imported by Columbus ' s Spaniards from America , has made almost the Tour of Europe for it ' s we gave it to our rural nation, they to the A nation country


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