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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 14 [Upholsters.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Turners, &c.]

    said Wares. ] TURNERS. T HE Company of TURNERS had long continued a loving Fellowship or Brotherhood among themselves, to the good Example of others. They became incorporated in the Second Year of King James . These Turners anciently were

    Book 5, Chapter 15 [Coach-makers.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Patten-makers.]

    easy for the wearing of all Estates, Gentlemen, and other People. And that Persons of other Crafts and Occupations, as Turners , Carpenters, Woodmongers, and Colemakers used this Wood, and had no Restraint put upon them: And that there was

    Book 5, Chapter 15 [Companies.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    42. Weavers . 43. Woolmen. 44. Scriveners. 45. Fruiterers. 46. Plaisterers. 47. Stationers. 48. Embroiderers. 49. Upholders. 50. Musicians. 51. Turners . 52. Basket-makers. 53. Glasiers. 54. Horners. 55. Farriers. 56. Paviors. 57. Lorinors. 58. Apothecaries. 59. Shipwrights. 60. Spectacle

    Book 1, Chapter 25 Other Schools. For Drawing, &c.

    themselves. Of incredible Service and Advantage it would be to our Smiths of all sorts, Masons, Bricklayers, Carpenters, Joyners, Carvers, Turners , Embroiderers, Tapestry-Workers, Silversmiths, Jewellers, nay to all our Handicrafts in general. For shew most of these Workmen abovesaid

    Book 5, Chapter 30 [Acts of Com. Coun.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [agst

    Wares, Lace and Linnen; Grocery Wares, Confectionary Wares, Drapery Ware, Millenary Wares, Glasses and Earthen Wares; Ironmongers Wares, Braziers Wares, Turners Wares, Hosiers Wares, Cutlers Wares, Tin Wares, Toys and other Wares and Merchandizes, and such like Commodities, which by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Triner, law-stationer, 68, Clianeery-lanc, was-chGarged on suspi- ribn of mixing wvheaten flour and arsenie, tu be eaten bv Mrsu. Ctfsaflofte Turners Oife of Robert Tunrner& The prisoner pro- fessed her id orere of tie charge in the most solemn. ranner, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in progress and open to an intermisture Ot arselnic. This fact ill contradiction of her oath, wvas known to the Turners, the two apprentices and Eliza Pernning and ras collaterally proved by the depositions of NV16. Charkitte Turner, and of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inn himself to Mr. 0. Turner, said, a Then, Sir, you xwili not sien1 a Petition for her"- Mr. 0.6' Turner's reply wvas, " I cannot, Sir; yeo hear what the Recorder says. Thuse ended tite interview. App!icauions for srercy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    complete Sets of Proofs, before any letters, of Gems of Art and of River Scenery, by Turner and Girtin, and Turners Views in Yorkshire, complete in 20 Plates, India paper Proofs, with many other most choice ced valuable impressions. May Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t a4 nd- iL-VL' Scenes and Sketches of a Soldier's Life in Irelaid-Vil. Thurgday, 18th ianuary-. Twelfth Nighblt at Almrna6k's-IX. Turners Reign, of Henry. the'S-X rn~ieh- by Thet B lue, 4MYork. Summary C of the National Lamet fo Jauaryltt'-XII. ewlydieoverd Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill concerning the City of London., 1 August 1721

    Scriveners is ©f the Stationers is of the Tallow- Chandlers is ^ of the Tilers and Bricklayers is of the Turners is ' • of the Upholders is of the Wax-Chandlers/is 'arid of the Weavers is *.,,; Now to the Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1792, 7 March 1792

    300 Journals 0/* /fe Houfe 0/ Lords. ^ 792. Adjo Dominus Cancellarius declaravit prsefens Parllamen- turn continuandum effe ufque ad et in diem Jovis, oc- tavum diem inftantis Martii, hora undecima Auroras, Doaiinis fie decernentibus. IE Jovis, 8 Martii Subscribers-only content

    21 January 1819, 21 January 1819

    Arthur Knox, Alexander Lyel, John Yule, James Anderson, Andrew Wilson and James Denholm, Deacons of the Sur¬ geons, Goldsmiths, Skinners, Turners, Hammermen, Wrights, Masons, Taylors, Bakers, Corderies, Flesh- ers and Waulkers of the City of Edinburgh, to the Appeal of Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1829, 2 March 1829

    Upon reading the Petition of the Master, Wardens and Members of the Guild or Corporation of Carpenters, Millers, Masons, Healers, Turners and Plumbers of the City of Dublin, under their Common Seal; praying their Lordships " to enact such Measures Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1829, 2 March 1829

    Upon reading the Petition of the Master, Wardens and Members of the Guild or Corporation of Carpenters, Millers, Masons, Healers, Turners and Plumbers of the City of Dublin, under their Common Seal; praying their Lordships " to disfranchise the Irish Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ARCHDALE, Thomas (c.1675-1711).

    1699. With the sale of the family’s Buckinghamshire estates he did not stand again. His connexion through marriage with the Turners (his wife’s cousin was Charles Turner*), and subsequent residence at Stanhow, Norfolk, explain his commission in Roger Townshend’s newly

    TURNER, John (d.1607), of Ham, Bletchingley, Surr.

    Surr. Constituency Dates Bletchingley 1601 Biography The Turners had settled in Ham during the fourteenth century, and enjoyed a parliamentary link with Bletchingley dating back to Richard II’s reign. Their ‘considerable Elizabethan house’ is thought to have been built by

    TURNER, Sir Charles, 1st Bt. (1666-1738), of Warham, Norf.

    the Treasury 1720-30, chairman of committees of supply and ways and means 1728-d.; teller of the Exchequer 1729-d. Biography The Turners were one of the leading families in Lynn, which they represented in every Parliament for nearly 80 years. Returned

    TURNER, William (by 1512-68), of Kew, Surr., Wells, Som. and London.

    own references to ‘Northumberland where I uttered my first infant wail’ and to ‘my people at Morpeth’. There had been Turners at Morpeth since the mid 14th century but of William Turner’s immediate forbears nothing has been discovered beyond his

    WALPOLE, Robert II (1676-1745), of Houghton, Norf.

    in order to provide for him Walpole himself switched to King’s Lynn, where with the help of his kinsmen the Turners he was returned without difficulty, even though some Whigs in the borough grumbled at his bringing in a Tory

 

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