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You searched for: Place: "Arnolds" "Arnolds", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Quedgeley Church

    glass. 53 The aisle has a panelled roof with carved bosses and coats of arms of the Barrows and the Arnolds . In the early 18th century the south aisle belonged to the Barrows of Field Court in Hardwicke ,

    Lambourne Introduction

    wet weather. 19 The most serious flooding occurred on the main London road , between Arnolds and Abridge . About ½ mile west of Arnolds the Roding flows beside the road and is joined by a stream which rises near

    Parishes Trumpington

    of 1486 one manor, ARNOLDS , was held of the Crown as 1/40 fee. 287 The other, TINCOTES , was supposed by the 1520s to be held of De la Poles . 288 By 1232 Arnolds was held by Alan

    Edmonton Other estates

    St. Giles wood was conveyed with other woods to Lord Burghley in 1574 49 and was subsequently part of the Arnolds estate. 50 Although the Benedictine nunnery of St. Helen , Bishopsgate , owned land in Edmonton c . 1274,

    Lambourne Manors

    of the farm was 160 acres. 65 The manor of ARNEWAYS , whose name has been corrupted to the modern ARNOLDS , probably took its name from Adam Arneway, who is said to have held land in Lambourne 'about the

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 530, February 1629, 01 February 1629-28 February 1629

    of Laycock, co. Wilts, spinster, an annuity of 10 l . secured on a parcel of meadow or pasture called Arnolds, situate in the parish of Laycock, payable immediately upon his decease for term of her life. With proviso that Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, Corrections to volumes 2 and 3

    of Arnolds is now the property of Isaac Walker, Esq. and is called Arno's Grove. It descended from Sir John Weld to Sir William Acton, who married his grand-daughter. Sir William Acton's daughter married Sir William Whitmore, who sold Arnolds

    Index, U, Z

    Market Stainton, co. Lincs ] , mentioned in tract called Nova Magna Charta , 408. Weld (Welde), Sir John, of Arnolds, co. Middlesex, 152. Welden , John, yeoman, of Grimston, co. Norfolk, sued for non-payment of tithes, 164. Weldon (Welden),

    August 1654, An Ordinance for ejecting Scandalous, Ignorant and insufficient Ministers and Schoolmasters., 28 August 1654-28 August 1654

    August 1654 An Ordinance for ejecting Scandalous, Ignorant and insufficient Ministers and Schoolmasters. August, 1654 [28 August, 1654. ] Commissioners in the several Counties . Whereas by the continuance of divers scandalous and insufficient Ministers and Schoolmasters in many

    General index

    Westham, 249.; at Deptford, 387.; at Eltham, 395.; at Blackheath, 489, 490.; at Stanmore, 638. Armory mills at Greenwich, 492. Arnolds , at Southgate, 624, 625. Assheton , William , rector of Beckenham, 300. Atkins , John , (author of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ARNOLD, John (c.1635-1703), of Llanfihangel Crucorney, Mon.

    (justifiable) animosity of Shrewsbury, whose deputy James Vernon I* wrote in September 1697, ‘I have a great contempt for the Arnolds, Colts, and all that would rise by accusations, and should have a stubbornness not to give way to them.’

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aialysis of Sentences; (c) Essey'; (C) History; Green's Short' History of English .People, 1066-1688. 2. Latin-(a) 3 Grammar; Bradley & 'Arnolds Latin Prose Composition. First 22 Exercise, (b)Horace: Odes I., or Virgil's Euclid Book VI; and Cicero De Seiectute.; 3. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Leopolds from the lion; Everards and Offas, from the boar; Ursulas and Bernards, from the bear, Latin and Teutonic; Arnolds and Ernests, from the eagle; and Ophelias, Rosa- linds, and Omars, from the serpent; to say nothing of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    congratulatory ode to the French Republic, we are delighted, but not impressed; c'esl son m.tier. A similar production from Mr. Arnold's pen, though probably much inferior as a composition, would be far more significant as an event: it would go Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ntier 'Sing we 1.DALE will Preach at Carr's Lane To- OLD MfN Cuia~i Wil Do cc A~~ltoi no Theloiiisn~of Mas,bew Arnolds on theteleiicarnmtcceat 707 The eni's U-atr"oitow will be conducted by the Res'. 3'. DAVIBSO efBere.L~eheaio at1'.a m inuc n.0z.m. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I OCAOG NOTES AND Q R - . , Nu:m-sR - 491. A NORTH BIDING HURINGIG SONG. Mr. W. W. Parldn, Eastbourne, Darlington, - -a follows to Mr. ank Rjdson, Leeds:- . I read with much pleasure the series Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    La représentation proportionnelle., 1882

    deBiebersteiti (cath.) Middelburg 2005 977 — de Jonge (anti-r.) Nymegen 1480 133 — v. Nispen (cath.) Roermond 1277 69 — Arnolds (cath.) Rotterdam 2143 1426 Mees v. Stollc - - Sneek 3505 1799 Moens — Steenwyk 1367 656 — vanderHoop(anti-r.) Subscribers-only content

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