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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Radcliffe Camera

    northerly of which was built right on to the Schools, some gardens and outbuildings belonging to Brasenose College, and Black Hall . 2 A number of other colleges were involved in the ownership of 'on account of ye building of

    Brasenose College

    office to which he had been elected in 1648 . He was prepared to allow Greenwood to live at Black Hall , but Houghton was afraid that this would make difficulties. 'He, his mistresse, and his Presbyterian gang may at

    Moreton Church

    the poor people of the parish. There is no later reference to this guild. 67 The house known as Black Hall or Guildhall Cottage, at Moreton End , is traditionally supposed to have been the meeting place of the Guild

    Hertford College HERTFORD COLLEGE

    Dokelynton, burgess of Oxford , his messuage called Hert Hall , situate between the tenement of the University called Black Hall on the west side, and the tenement of the Prioress and Convent of Studley called le Micheldhall ( rectius

    List of illustrations and maps

    ) " " 136 Wynter's Armourie, Magdalen Laver , containing part of a 14th-century aisled hall " " 137 Black Hall or Guildhall Cottage, Moreton , probably a Guildhall of c . 1473 " " 137 Former Steam Mill, Navestock

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MORE, Thomas II (c.1395-1461), of Cumcatch, Cumb.

    previously served on the jury at an assize held to determine the title of William Stapleton* to land in Black Hall, being thus embarked on a busy public career.[footnote]Although he attested the returns for Cumberland to the Parliaments of 1431,

    COWLEY, Thomas (d.1422), of Oxford and Cowley, Oxon.

    COWLEY, Thomas (d.1422), of Oxford and Cowley, Oxon. Constituency Dates Oxford 1406 Ofifces Held King’s attorney and coroner in KB 27 Nov. 1398-1 Oct. 1399, c. Easter 1400-d. Ofifces Held J.p. Oxon. 28 Nov. 1399-Jan. 1406, Oxford 8 Jan.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, 1582, 01 January 1582-31 December 1582

    her Majesty's letter to ye king of Scotts by Mr. Ashton." 1 p . ( 133. 139.) Knole and Black Hall. 1581 2, Jan. 20. Mr. Bosevile's answer to Mr. John Lennard's information. The lands in question in the cause

    Charles I - volume 451, April 20-30, 1640, 20 April 1640-30 April 1640

    that if the Parliament were dissolved Black Hall would be fired," but he remembers not any other passage of this business, neither that there was any discourse upon the name of Black Hall. He says he heard this and reported Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 149, September 1629, 01 September 1629-30 September 1629

    Christchurch, Oxford. 45. Dean and Chapter of Christchurch, Oxford, to Sec. Dorchester. Unfounded claims set up by Brazenose to Black Hall, Glazing Hall, and Staple Hall, which lie between St. Mary's and the Schools. Pray him to take order that Subscribers-only content

    Index of places

    44, 89, 279 80, 350. Blackfriars , in Holborn, ii. 88 9, 102, 372. Blackfriars Stairs , i. 40. Black Hall , i. 298; ii. 339. Blackheath , ii. 179, 193. Black-loft , ii. 18. Blackman Street , ii. 52.

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    the surname 'Tuie'. Location: Sandal Magna (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Crigglestone (Criggleston, Crigleston, Chriggleston) : hamlet Painthorpe (Painethorpe) : hamlet Location: Black Hall (Blacke Hall, Blacks Hall, Blackher Hall, Blacker Hall) : hamlet Cannot identify; spelling modernised Location: Windsor : undefined Place(s):

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a~fortlincperfectseo alnti-h tog ; And such lovely sim ts as Castle Ries Dene, Hurdwick D~es, __ Scolchmnan'sGill, ansi the Black Hall Rocks are. farniiiar objects. libavinszagreat repuelationftorbeasat~y, notonly locally,bhltthreughesirt on, ill the northern disgtricts. The Doses uison this Property are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to commit an indecent assault on the person of Penelope Miller, aged 13, daughter of the landlord of the Black Hall Rocks public-house, near Castle Eden, and with committing a rape on the person of IsabellaJeffrey, 11 years of age, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Whiteley lighter Ada were landed at Shields on Satur. day, the lighter having sprung a leak, and foundered off Black Hall Rocks, Hartlepool. The Dean of Chichester, who has been staying at Aix les Bains for the benefit of his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    off at ten o'clock at night, attired in evening dress, including thin shoes and silk stockings, and walked from Black Hall, in. Kincardineshire, to Inverness, one taking the coach route and one striding across .the Grampians, the latter covering the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being let down themine. The names of the deceased men were ikicliard Oaklev (601, Plox Green. Joseph Evans (45), Black Hall; Arthur Wardman (26), Crow's Nest; John Purslow (52), Wagbeach; Andrew Dorricott ,DO), Snail- beach; George Lewis (45), Pennerley; and Subscribers-only content

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