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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Reculver

    Tanner, 222. Hist. Mon. St. Aug . ( Rolls Sen ), 287; Bede, Eccl. Hist , v, 8. Dugdale, Mon . ut supra; Twysden , Decem Scriptores , 2211, 2220. Hist. Mon. St. Aug . 324. V.C.H. Kent , iii.

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The abbey of Minster in Thanet

    Abbesses Of Thanet Domneva St. Mildred St. Edburga, died 751 9 St. Sigeburga, died 797 10 Siledritha Leofruna, occurs 1011 Twysden , Decem Scriptores , 1906-12 . Hist. Mon. St. Aug . (Rolls Ser.), 215-25. Ibid. 288, 305, 310, 314.

    Friaries The Carmelite friars of Lossenham

    year. 9 , Among the goods of the house valued by Sir John Welles , parson of Newenden , John Twysden , farmer there, and others, were three vestments, the most valuable being worth 6 s .; 8 d .;

    Colleges College of Lambeth

    at Lambeth came to an end. 1 Manning and Bray 's Hist. of Surr . iii. 469-70; Tanner's Notitia , under Lambeth , Surrey ; Twysden 's Decem Scriptores , 705, 708, etc.; Ann. Mon . (Rolls Ser.), ii. 77-8.

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Minster in Sheppey

    house is taken from Wharton , Anglia Sacra , i, 595-6, and Historia Monasterii Sancti Augustini (Rolls Ser), 176, 191. Twysden , Decem Scriptores , 1931. Ibid. 1839. a Close, 9 Hen. III, m. 14. Printed in Dugdale, Mon .

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 2 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    usq; deflendo, Honorarium hoc Marmor, ingentis Amoris monumentum exiguum, P. Obiit A. D. MDCCIX . Ætat. suæ 29. JOHANNI TWYSDEN, Gulielmi Twysden , Bart. & Franciscæ Uxoris Filio natu Octavo. Qui in Nave Prætoria, cujus erat è Pronavarchis, cum Cloudesleio

    Book 6, Chapter 2 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Monument was erected by his mournful, and equally loving and beloved Widow CLEMENCE BRINGFIELD, 1706 . M. S. HENEAGII TWYSDEN, Gulielmi Twysden , Baronetti, & Franciscæ Uxoris, filii natu septimi. Qui in acerrimo illo prope Blazenniam Hannoniensem prælio, dum celsissimo,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Godalming, Thomas Cobb, Esq. late of Newgate street, in his 66th yeaw. On the 1lth inst. at Footscray, Heneage Twysden, Esq. 'At Otterbourne, the Rev. James Scott, LL.D. rector of Lainston, and vicar of Weston Super-Mace. On Tuesday, Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the r3nk of Commander:- G. G. Mi~all, Joseph Roche, Edmund Norcott, Henry Church, William Hubbard (a), Henry Stroud, Henry 1). Twysden, H. V. Huntley. Henry Frederick Peake, C- J. F. Newton, Frederick Wood, Francis Grove, James Hamilton Ward, Lewis Tobin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Cherriman, Wells street, Oxford street, dentist. Ann Woodroffe, Bury St Edmund's, out of employment. T. Lee, Halifax, innkeeper. F. Twysden, Maidstone. W. Bainbridge, jun. Fenchurch street, bootmaker. J. Mercer, Horsemonger lane, carpenter. Mtary Burgess, Acle, Norfolk, out of business. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SirJohn Kay, Bart. Alderman of London, Director of the Londonan Manchester Direct, and South and Midlands' Jutoction Railivays Sir William Twysden, Bart. Director of the Chepstowand Forest of Dean Railway William Hughes Hughes, Esq. F.S.A. FL.S. &c. Alderman of London, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Viscount Dnpplin-4tl Dragoon Goards: 1:. Gatter, Geot. to be Cornet by parchose, vice Glaseomv, pio- seoted-2atd l)ragoons: L. J. F. Twysden. Gent. to be Cornet by parciase, vice Sutherland, protioted-13tlh Dragoonis: J. Meltlain, Gent. to be Cornet by pur- chase, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 October 1690, 6 October 1690

    examine the Matter thereof; and report the same, with their Opinions therein, to the House. A Petition of Sir Wm. Twysden, Baronet, was read; NewRumney setting forth, That the Petitioner was duly elected one of Election, the Barons for the Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 January 1809

    Constable George C. Yarborough Robert Andrews - John Yeldham - Roynon Jones John Cam - Thomas H. Byde Sir Will01 Twysden Thomas W. Payler Sam'R. Fydell - Earth" Claypon - Edmund Estcourt Sir Roger Kerrison William Fisher - Edwd Boodle Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 25 November 1823

    Round - - - George Talbot --.,.¦- Philip Barneby - Thomas H. Byde - Owsley Rowley - Sir William J. Twysden, Bart. George W. H. D'Aeth - George Case - Edward Falkner - Thomas Peach - Samuel R. Fydell Bartholomew Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of books in the library at the House of Commons., 1830

    had to a duplicate entry of the more ancient Chroniclers, by dissecting the large collections of Saville, of Camden, of Twysden, of Gale and ]?ell, and the anonymous volume printed at Heidelberg by Commelinus, earlier in date than any of Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of books in the library at the House of Commons., 1830

    Script, post Bedanr, also in Gale's Hist. Ang. Script. Petrus Blesensis [A. D. 1091-1117]:— in Gale's Hist. Aug. Script. Simeon Dunelmensis [A. D. 1 116-H29] :— in Script. Decem Twysden. Ricardus Hagustaldensis [A.D. 11 35-1 139]:— »" Script. Decem Twyuhh. Subscribers-only content

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