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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Hagnaby

    Houses of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Hagnaby 56. THE ABBEY OF HAGNABY The abbey of Hagnaby is said to have been founded in 1175 by Agnes, widow of Herbert de Orreby, in honour of St. Thomas the Martyr.

    Premonstratensian houses Egglestone Abbey

    Premonstratensian houses Egglestone Abbey 62. EGGLESTONE ABBEY 1 The Praemonstratensian abbey of St. John the Baptist of Egglestone lay in the parish of Rokeby on the extreme northern edge of the ancient earldom of Richmond . Documentary and structural

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Shelford

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Shelford 8. THE PRIORY OF SHELFORD Shelford Priory, a house of Austin Canons, was founded by Ralph Haunselyn or Hauselin, 1 in the reign of Henry II . In a suit between

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Worksop

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Worksop 10. THE PRIORY OF WORKSOP The priory of Worksop for Austin Canons, according to an old chronicle cited by Dugdale, was first founded, probably after a humble fashion, by William de

    Parishes Little Gaddesden

    Parishes Little Gaddesden LITTLE GADDESDEN Gatesdene (xi cent.). Little Gaddesden is bordered on three sides by the county of Buckingham . The northern part of the parish lies on a high spur of the Chilterns about 646 feet above

  • * British History Online * *

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    Introductory Note

    Introductory Note INTRODUCTORY NOTE. The papers here calendared, which are the residue of the records of departments of State in 1697, after the removal of the bulk of the important papers by successive retiring Secretaries of State according to Subscribers-only content

    Preface

    Preface PREFACE. In the autumn of 1697, after the conclusion of the treaty of Ryswick, William was considering what forces he could keep on foot. On returning to England he wrote to Heinsius that, though he had not had Subscribers-only content

    James 1 - volume 83, November 1615, 01 November 1615-30 November 1615

    James 1 - volume 83 November 1615 November, 1615. Nov. 1. 1. Sir R. Winwood to Coke. Has examined the bearer who was sent by the Earl of Essex, but sends him for further questioning. Incloses , 1. I. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 July 1645-31 December 1647

    General Index W, Y, Z W. Wadley , Capt. Waggon-master-general , the and see Richardson, Thos. Wagstaff , Thomas Capt. Thomas Waite or Wayte , Col. letters to Walbancke , Matthew pamphlet printed for Walden Wales coast of committee Subscribers-only content

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 January 1648-31 January 1649

    General Index W, Y, Z W. Wagstaff , Sir Joseph escape of, from Peterhouse Wainwright , James, haberdasher Waite , Col. letter to Wake , George, master of St. John's Hospital Wm., a pretended minister attempted rescue of to Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PERSONAL NEWS. FUNERtAL OF LoRD HOLLAND.-Tuesday morning the remains of the lamented Lord Holland were removed for interment at Melbrooke, near Ampthill, in Bedford- shire. Innumerable requests were made to attend or send their carriages, by noblemen and gentlemen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tattot Enttfligencr+ SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEBnsR 23, 1848. The insurrection has been put down at Frankfort, and order to a certain extent restored. The troops, however, still occupy the streets, and a proclamation has appeared, cautioning families to keep within Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Olftuary. TEE Duze oS PORTLANaD died on Monday, at Welbeck Abbey, Not ts, in the 86tbh year of his age, having been born in 1768. He was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, and succeeded in 1809 his father, ,he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CURRENT EVENTS. [A mark (i) is attached to the Events discussed or more bUlly nar- rated in this -week's EXAXMIfNE. AMERICA' FOREIGN. June 3.-A Democratic State Peace Convention is held at the Cooper Institute at New York.* A great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F.AOMONTABLE MARRIAGES. lr. Audlcy Miles, second son of Colonel Miles, M.P., of Mirton f1ill, Malnsesbary, was married yesterday morn- in, to Miss Ilartotsp, eldest daugihter of Sir JohL and laOdy llartopp, at S'. P'eter's, Eaton Square, London; the I'e'v. Subscribers-only content

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