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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BODILLY, John (d.1394), of Bodilly in Wendron, Cornw.

    spent at least ten years of his life, years in which he was returned to all eight of his Parliaments. Tresilian was appointed as a judge in the King’s bench in May 1378, the very month and year that Bodilly

    TREGOOSE, John (d.1406), of Tregoose, Cornw.

    I, whom he then accompanied to the Commons (this being his own sixth Parliament).[footnote]It could have been Tregoose’s association with Tresilian which led to his own persecution by one of the Lords Appellant, Thomas Beauchamp, earl of Warwick. In 1392

    COLSHULL, John I (d.1413), of Friday Street, London.

    these was permitted in consideration of Colshull’s good service to the King, whose support, which had failed both Brembre and Tresilian, stood the vintner in better stead. Indeed, Colshull was able to sell certain of these goods to the King

    HAWLEY, John I (d.1408), of Dartmouth, Devon.

    with Richard II’s council, in insisting on a provision that if ever he or his heirs were evicted from the Tresilian estates the Crown would be obliged to compensate them for their loss. His possession of the Cornish estates was,

    POMEROY, Sir John (c.1347-1416), of Berry Pomeroy, Devon.

    royal service was undistinguished may have had something to do with his political sympathies. As well as his contacts with Tresilian he had also materially assisted the judge’s clerk, John Blake (who was likewise condemned to death by the Merciless

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Iffley Cowley , Iffley and Littlemore . Sketch map before the Inclosure.

    Meanwhile the lordship of the whole estate was acquired by Sir Robert Tresilian , under his fellow courtier Sir Richard Abberbury, then lord of Iffley . After Tresilian 's attainder and forfeiture in 1388 , his services were still paid

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    Tozer, Rob., trades, see industries tradesmen's tokens, Trafford, fam., n Tremaine , Thos., and his w. Ruth, Tresham , Wm., Tresilian , Sir Rob., Trilling, fam., Tristram, Chris., rector of Duck- lington, trousermakers, see dressmakers tuckers, see textile industry Tuckwell,

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    Tramways Co. transport workers, and see bargemen; carriers; coaching; livery stables; railways Treacher , Sir John , Tresham , Wm., Tresilian , Sir Rob., Trill mill , Trill Mill Bow , Trill Mill stream , Trillock's Inn , Tring (

    Churches

    second husband Richard Preston granted the chantry properties to Sir Robert Tresilian , reserving £5 6 s . 8 d . to the chantry chaplain for ever. On Tresilian 's attainder in 1388 the property was acquired by William of

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    Towynsyn , Mic., 152 n Treason Trustees , 17 Tregian , John, 223; Kath., m. Rob. Doyley (d. 1577), 223 Tresilian , Sir Rob., 194 Trinity Coll . , Oxf., 34, 148, 155, 167; ch. belonging to, 152-3; pres. of,

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 13, 10 April 1677, 10 April 1677-10 April 1677

    at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon, to answer to the said Complaint; and hereof they may not fail. Tresilian & al. versus Tremenheere & al. in Error. Upon reading the Petition of John Tremenheere and Thomas Benner ,

    Debates in 1681, January 3rd-6th, 03 January 1681-06 January 1681

    would know whether that was Felony at Common-Law? It was only Breach of Trust against the Government. The Offence of Tresilian and Belknap was no Felony before. But as Maynard said, "That what is committed to the destruction of the

    Index, T, 01 January 1699-31 December 1699

    , 894 XVII. Trench , Robert, document signed by, 877 I. (1). Trenwich , William, deposition of, 1011, 1011 XXIII. Tresilian , Thomas, 503. Trevor , Sir Thomas, Attorney-General, 39, 44, 48, 164, 172, 180, 216, 225, 232, 233, 249,

    Appendix, Legal cases

    the Printed Statute , c. 3. and 5. where it appears, that divers questions were propounded by the King to Tresilian and Bealknap, the two chief Justices, and to the other Justices: one of wh ich questions was, how they

    Index of persons and Places, T

    Warden, Chief Justice and Justice in Eyre. See Wharton, Lord. Tresilian , Francis, tidesman, Plymouth port, 173. -, Thomas, junior, outlaw, estate of, 316. - See also Tresitian, J. Tresitian (Tresilian), John, tidesman, Plymouth port, 212. Treslebois , James, captain,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ol cafwyd corff Mrs. F. M. Wesendorif, priod Mr. Wesendorf, meistr porthladd Portheawl, wedi ei oleli i'r lan yn Tresilian. Yrn- ddengys ei bod o arferion anghymedrol, a bernir iddi gyflawni hunanladdiad. - PRIFYsGOL CYsmRu.-Mae Arglwydd Aberdar wedi 4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vant (Mr. LiSTON), extricates his friend Alfred Tresilian (Mr. BARNARD) cut of his pecuniary embarrasirment, by writing an account of the latter's death to old Mr. Tresi- lian, hs tincle (AMr. TERRY). Yountg Tresilian is not a accomplice in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The profligate Odo, with whom we start, is a type repeated again and again till we tire of the rascality. Tresilian gets hanged at Tyburn, which is some relief; but pursuing the list of the tn-hanged, deep sadness repossesses the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the punishment of death; and that the sentence against De Ia Pole was revocable as contrary to law. Sir Robert Tresilian, the chief justice, who was already devoted to their party, having prepared a series of questions with answers suitable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    life of that sovereign; ending with the Violt " Michael de la Pole, of the Archbishop of York and R-obert Tresilian, and the encampment of the Duke of Gloucester With o0,000 men in the suburbs of London in the year Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    negociis tractaturi vfmq, consiliu impensuri Et hoc nullatenus omittatis. T. ut sa. Cong bfia dif subscriptis sub eadem dat videit Johi Knyvet chivaler. Roglo de Fulthorp. Henf Asty. Robto Tresilian. Robto Bealknap. Rofeto de Asshetoii chivaler. 11 P Henf 975 Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    qd aiiquali? illuc laborare non po?itis Cong bfe dirigitr vicecomitib3 London p quatuor civib3 Rex dilco & fideli suo Robto Tresilian capitali justic suo sattm. Quia de avisamento consilii nfi p quibsdam arduis negociis nos statum & defensione regni nfi Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    ut s\ V ipm Regem. ConS bfe dif vicecomit^ London p quatuor civib3 eligend. I^ dilco & fideli suo Robto Tresilian capitali justic suo saltm. Quia de avisamento consilii nfi p quibusdam arduis negociis nos statu & defensionem regni nfi Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    vie Bristol! de duob3 burgensib3 in com Bristoft eligend mu? mutand. T' ut sa. 1& dilco & fideli suo Robto Tresilian capitali justic suo 1 saitm. Quia &c. ut sa in bfi de vicecomitib3 usq, ibi tractatum et tunc sic Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    vie Bristol! de duob3 burgensib3 in com Bristoft eligend muta? mutand. T'. ut supa. & dilco & fideli suo Robto Tresilian capitali justic suo i sattm. Quia &c. ut supa ut in bfi de vie usq> ibi tractatum & tunc Subscribers-only content

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