Family memoirs

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1849 - 78 pages
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Page 61 - ... plaintiff's market, for selling and exposing to sale flesh-meat, for hire and reward, without the licence, and against the will of the plaintiff. There is a special verdict, and the result of that special verdict is, that the plaintiff was...
Page 50 - ... succeeded in his titles and estates by his eldest son — 8. Sir Oswald Mosley Bart., who chiefly resided at Rolleston. It is stated in the privately printed Family Memoirs (to which work we gratefully acknowledge our obligations for many facts and corrections in these brief notices of the Mosleys) that he entered into a treaty with Mr. Egerton, of Tatton, for the sale of the manor of Manchester; and in January 1756 that gentleman paid him a visit at Rolleston Hall, for the purpose of concluding...
Page 21 - THEN to the use of such surviving husband and his assigns, during the term of his natural life, without impeachment of or for any manner of waste. And from...
Page xviii - He struck so hard, the bason broke : When Tarquin heard the sound, He drove a horse before him straight, Whereon a knight lay bound. Sir knight...
Page 37 - fined" in 1643 for his "delinquency." He was the author of a book published in 1653 entitled, Contemplations on the Passions and Faculties of the Soul of Man, in three parts, the first dedicated to his nephew.
Page 18 - Esquire, for his delinquency, and for discharge of the sequestration of his Estate was this day read : and upon the question passed : and ordered to be sent unto the Lords for their concurrence.
Page 10 - Knt sometyme Lord Mayor of London who dyed the 12th day of December 1612 of ye age of 85 and lyeth here interred.
Page 46 - In the summer of the year before the Rebellion, or, as she used to say, before the Highlanders arrived from Scotland, a handsome young gentleman came every post-day for several weeks in succession from Ancoats Hall, the seat of Sir Oswald Mosley, where he was on a visit, to her father's house to read the newspapers. He appeared to hold no communication with any one else, but to take great interest in the perusal of the London news. She saw him frequently, and could not help admiring his handsome...
Page 12 - Judith, at the two most usual feasts or days of payment in the year, videlicet, the feast of the Annunciation of the blessed Virgin Mary, and Saint Michael, the archangel...
Page 46 - ... gentleman came every post-day for several weeks in succession from Ancoats Hall, the seat of Sir Oswald Mosley, where he was on a visit, to her father's house to read the newspapers. He appeared to hold no communication with any one else, but to take great interest in the perusal of the London news. She saw him frequently, and could not help admiring his handsome countenance and genteel deportment; but she particularly recollected that on the last day that he came to her father's house, he asked...

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