Marriages Recorded in the Register of the Sacrist of the Cathedral Church of Norwich, 1697-1754

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A. H. Goose [for the] Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society, 1902 - Marriage licenses - 143 pages
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Page 145 - THE EMBLEMS OF SAINTS," Demy 8vo., cloth boards, no copy remaining. " NORFOLK RECORDS," Vols. I. and II., Demy 8vo., price 4/- each. " STREETS AND LANES OF THE CITY OF NoRwiCH,"Impl. 410., no copy remaining. "GENERAL INDEX TO THE FIRST TEN VOLUMES OF NORFOLK ARCHEOLOGY," price 7/6"MARRIAGE REGISTER OF NORWICH CATHEDRAL,
Page 145 - Part i with Visitation, Vol. II. Seventh Portion 050 ,, 2 with Visitation, Vol. II. Eighth Portion 050 ,, 3 with Visitation, Vol. II. Ninth Portion 076 Vol. XI. Part i No copy remaining. ,, 2 with Visitation, Vol. II. Eleventh Portion o 10 o „ 3 076 Vol. XII. Part i with Visitation, Vol. II. Twelfth Portion 076 ,, 2 with Visitation, Vol. II. Thirteenth Portion ...076 ,, 3 with Visitation, Vol. II. Fourteenth Portion ... 040 Vol. XIII. Parti 076 „ 2 076 ,, 3 o 2 o, undamaged •js.
Page ii - March 25, 1754, were to be celebrated in the parish church or public chapel (in which banns were usually published) of one of the parties and all marriages celebrated without publication of banns or licence duly granted were declared absolutely null and void.
Page 145 - 2 076 „ 3 ╗ 076 As but very few copies of some of the Parts are remaining, early application to Mr. John Quinton, Norfolk and Norwich Library, Norwich, is particularly recommended. Cloth Covers for binding the volumes may be had either of the Publisher or of Mr. Quinton. A few Copies of the following still remain on sale, viz. : —
Page 146 - HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES, KG, &c. HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF NORFOLK, EM, KG THE RIGHT REV. THE LORD BISHOP OF NORWICH. SIR FRANCIS GM BOILEAU, BART., FSA His...
Page ii - March, 1754, should be solemnized in the parish church or chapel (in which banns were usually published) of one of the parties, and that all marriages celebrated without publication of banns or licence duly granted, should be absolutely void.
Page 145 - „ 4 with Visitation, Vol. II. Second Portion 050 „ 5 with Index, &c., to Visitation, Vol.
Page 146 - F. DANBY PALMER. ESQ., MS A ....... Great Yarmouth RJW PURDY, ESQ ............ Aylsham JC TINGEY, ESQ., MA, FSA ..... .... Norwich SJonorarg Smctarg : LEONARD G.

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