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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    AVERY, Bartholomew.

    AVERY, Bartholomew. Constituency Dates Old Sarum May 1382 Old Sarum Oct. 1382 Old Sarum Feb 1383 Old Sarum 1386 Biography Beyond the fact that he went surety for the attendance of George Joce, MP for Old Sarum in 1378,

    CHIPPLEGH, John.

    CHIPPLEGH, John. Constituency Dates Old Sarum May 1382 Old Sarum Feb 1383 Old Sarum Apr. 1384 Old Sarum Nov. 1384 Old Sarum 1385 Old Sarum 1394 Biography John Avery I* was Chipplegh’s surety for attendance at the Parliaments of

    AVERY, John I, of Old Sarum, Wilts.

    AVERY, John I, of Old Sarum, Wilts. Constituency Dates Old Sarum 1362 Old Sarum 1381 Old Sarum Apr. 1384 Old Sarum Nov. 1384 Old Sarum 1385 Old Sarum Feb 1388 Old Sarum Sept. 1388 Old Sarum 1394 Old Sarum

    UPTON, Walter, of Uptonlond in Old Sarum, Wilts.

    UPTON, Walter, of Uptonlond in Old Sarum, Wilts. Constituency Dates Old Sarum 1362 Old Sarum 1368 Old Sarum 1369 Old Sarum 1381 Old Sarum Oct. 1382 Old Sarum 1386 Old Sarum Feb 1388 Old Sarum Sept. 1388 Biography Upton

    PAGE, Robert.

    PAGE, Robert. Constituency Dates Old Sarum 1395 Old Sarum Sept. 1397 Biography Page was one of those by whom, in 1390, the sheriff of Wiltshire summoned Walter Pese, canon of Salisbury, to appear in Chancery. Beyond this, and the

  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and plans

    List of maps and plans LIST OF MAPS AND PLANS All the maps were drawn by G. R. Versey of the Department of Geography, University College, London , from drafts prepared by K. H. Rogers . They are based

    Old Salisbury The cathedral

    Old Salisbury The cathedral THE CATHEDRAL In 1075 the Council of London decreed that seats of bishops in villages should be transferred to cities, and in pursuance thereof the united See of Sherborne and Ramsbury was removed to Old

    Old Salisbury Later history

    Old Salisbury Later history LATER HISTORY The arrangements for keeping the site were at first not radically altered by the removal of the castle fabric. In 1531 Sir Edward Baynton secured a forty-year grant of the keepership of the

    Old Salisbury Before the Norman Conquest

    Old Salisbury Before the Norman Conquest OLD SALISBURY The name of Salisbury , which today calls up a vision of the loveliest of spires rising from the serenest of lawns, primarily belongs to the majestic solitary mound a mile

    Old Salisbury The castle

    Old Salisbury The castle THE CASTLE : ADMINISTRATION AND USE With the Norman Conquest began the great age of Old Salisbury , when military considerations dictated so much of civil and ecclesiastical policy. It was a natural fortress; it

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ? XtemOiatth. ADOLYGIAD. A HISTORY Or WALES, DERVED FROM AUTBENTWCI SOURCES. By Jacse Williams, Ysgafell. Longnans ] &; Co., London. Er mai papyr newydd aymraeg ydyw y GOLEuAD, f eto yr ydym yn tybied nad. oes eisiau nuarhyw esgus- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 = =i= - = - , - 't' 4' PO0LITIC At .:X:6E Er I I E - - p,-tyis dirhe mad"leSs uflalaw for: the gaitnfaltMe POPa. No. 4fQ- TO THE ENkOTA-H Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THSE CEX AM I N ER, O POLITCS, DO;MdESTIC IEC3YONOMY, A1ND .TRETR}IC aALS, FOR T7nE YE!R 1(816 ?.ART'T J THE MADNESS OF MANY FOR Till GAIN OA FAVW.-iVX LONDON: FkH.NTED AND PGBjiLS& ) BY'yDORN HUNT, AT THE FXAXINEN 3WVICI8 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iJIke POLITICAL EXAMINER. | iat the Maainess of "'any for t'le gain of a fe w. POPE. No. 631. SPIES AND INSTIGATORS. .i thepe Ople of England are constantly invited to admire tic rx~inpl of the " holy altar" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'I lHE POM rPJtAL EXAMOIIEA. party is the madness of many for the gaio of a Few. PoaPii. No. 637. QUESTION BETtEEl.mc KNG AND' QUEEN. irEm reader hill see by our subsequent columns the present <atC ot tlhis question. Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 02/1784

    Names, Settlements, Taken from, Convey'd to, Magistrates, Hewtage Mary Swafford Warwick Tothillfs Ridge W Tyler Esqr Harris Thos Penn Bucks Do Do Treslove Esqr Holderway Sarah Whitechurch Hants Clerkll Egham Do Wilmott Esqr Higgs Ann St Mary le bon

 

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