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    Supplement, July 1563, 01 July 1563-31 July 1563

    Harbottle Castle. Extract from the account of Ric. Ashton, Esq., the Queen's Receiver General, respecting money paid (by virtue of the Lord Treasurer's warrant, dated July 1563) to Sir John Forster for the repairs of the Castle of Harbottle, as

    Queen Mary - Volume 9, August 1556, 01 August 1556-31 August 1556

    and aid promised from France. Aug. 21 (?) 25. Answers of Peter Kyllygrew to the above. His dealings with Dudley, Ashton, the Tremaynes, and Horseys. Ships taken by Kyllygrew and his companions at sea. August 21. 26. Further confession of Subscribers-only content

    Queen Mary - Volume 8, April 1556, 01 April 1556-30 April 1556

    wife. April 8. Coberley. 2. Examination of Sir Anthony Kingston relative to a conversation which he had with Ashton and Dudley. Ashton broke a piece of coin, and delivered it to Sir Anthony Kingston as a token, & c. April Subscribers-only content

    Minute Book, April 1664 , 01 April 1664-30 April 1664

    in arrear, on which it was advised that the said farm should be re-assumed and let to John Weekes, of Ashton, co. Northampton, at the rent of 6, 800 l per an . for the remainder of the term. Forward

    Queen Mary - Volume 7, March 1556, 01 March 1556-31 March 1556

    Bedell and Christopher Ashton were also there. March 24, 25. 32. Full confession and detail by Richard Vuedall concerning Henry Dudley's measures fo r privately going beyond sea. Disclosure of a plot in which Dudley, Throckmerton, Ashton, and Bedell were Subscribers-only content

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 28, June 1584, 01 June 1584-30 June 1584

    of Edington or of Steple Ashton. In 1550, Edward VI. granted another similar patent to petitioner's grandfather, containing the lands before mentioned and others, with all appurtenances deemed to belong thereto; and although Steple Ashton manor was omitted, yet the Subscribers-only content

    Queen Mary - Volume 8, May 1556, 01 May 1556-31 May 1556

    be at large in a few days. May 6. 49. Deposition of Sir Nich. Arnold relative to his conferences with Ashton and Dudley. May 7. 50. The Select Council to King Philip. The Kingdom is tranquil, and justice duly administered. Subscribers-only content

    Index, A, 01 January 1724-31 December 1725

    recommended to, 82 i. -,-,-, vote for, 82. -,-, Speaker of. See Warner, Ashton. -, Attorney General, vote for revisal of laws, 82; and see Warner, Ashton. -, condition of, flourishing, 82 i. -, Council, advice of, 440. -,-, Governor's

    Queen Mary - Volume 6, December 1555, 01 December 1555-31 December 1555

    character of the people, but dare not for fear of his life. Dec. 27 (?) 80. John Bedell to Chr. Ashton. Has been in London and left a nag at the Checkers without Temple Bar. Understands Mr. Dudley is gone, Subscribers-only content

    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 3, October 1549, 01 October 1549-31 October 1549

    continue in his charge of captain of Lawther, till Council here devise a meet successor; but should he fail, Wm. Ashton, captain of Douglas, is to take the place, and Gower, captain of Eyemouth, to be captain of Douglas. Finally, Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 2, September 1595, 01 September 1595-30 September 1595

    for the pay of the garrison of Berwick for the half year ending 29 Sept. 1595. Extracts . Received by Ashton from the receivers of York (5000 l )., Northumberland (2000 l )., and Lincoln (2000 l )., 9,000 l Subscribers-only content

    Index, A

    tried by the Lord Chief Justice, 103. Asheton , see Ashton. Ashley : Sir Anthony, letter from, 44. Thomas, Baylie of Tamworth, letter from, 51. Ashot , , 324. Ashton (Asheton, Asshton, Asshtoun): Mr., 20. Ralph, 395. Ralph, letter from,

    Index, A

    from, 329. Ashton , Mr., 38. see also Aston. Assarts , bill of, 143. summary and definition of, 402. commission of, 426, 467. Asshton , see Ashton. Aston and Stoell , manor of, see Alton Priors. Aston (Ashton, Asshton): Arthur,

    Volume A 82, August 1645, 01 August 1645-31 August 1645

    to pay, will hardly keep them together, but they mutiny and desert the service. There was a division wherein Col. Ashton acted, but it was not allotted to him for payment of his soldiers only; 3,000 l . of sequestration Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 90, November 1572, 01 November 1572-30 November 1572

    claim between himself and Mr. Wykham. Nov. 7. Notes for the Solicitor-General of the case in Chancery between Mr. Alford, plaintiff, and Mr. Lodovike Grevell, defendant, and Mr. W. Porter, as to fraudulent conveyance of lands at Ashton, & c. Subscribers-only content

    America and West Indies, June 1634, 01 June 1634-30 June 1634

    1634 June 1634 June 6. Ashton, near Bristol. 17 . Sir Ferd. Gorges to Sec. Windebank. Hopes he has already sufficiently enlarged upon the necessity of some speedy course for settling the affairs of New England. Has had conference with

    America and West Indies, December 1639, 01 December 1639-31 December 1639

    of effecting any thing thereupon. [ Colonial Entry Bk., Vol. III., p . 367. ] Dec. 16. Commission to Hen. Ashton, Peter Hay, and others, declaring in the King's name, that Henry Huncks is appointed Governor of Barbadoes, and requiring

    Index, A

    1000 (2), 1034 (4), 1138, 1319, 1395, 1500 (6), 1526, 1527. Ascham , Roger, 278 (2), 625, 1362, 1500 (7). Ashton , Sir Edward, 926, 988. Assehart , Pierre d', letter from, 1300. Assenburgh , John Van, 1416, 1545. Assonleville

    Index, A

    Ascham , Roger, 1179, 1568, 1569, 1755, 1786. Ascoli , 373 (1). Ashley , Mr. John, 1355. -, Mrs., 1337. Ashton , Mr. Richard, 796, 797, 835, 1131, 1213, 1306 (1), 1353, 1397, 1775. Assonville , M. d', 105, 147,

    Cases before the Committee, November 1650, 01 November 1650-30 November 1650

    d ., charged on the lands of Thos. Ashton for the use of John Ashton, his son, and sequestered for the recusancy of Rich. Ashton, and for the delinquency of John Ashton. 64 374 385 24 Dec. The County Committee Subscribers-only content

 

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