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abbot acknowledges advowson aforesaid arrears bailiffs bishop bishop of Ely Cancelled on payment castle chamberlains chancery church clerk custody default of payment divers earl of Lancaster Edward Edward III elected in place Eltham escheator beyond Trent escheator this side exchequer ferm Geoffrey Gloucester granted hands by reason heir held Henry Hugh le Despenser inquisition taken issues thereof justices keeper king learns king therefore orders king to cause knight lands and chattels late king's hands late the wife learns by inquisition letters patent levied Lincoln London manor marks Membrane merchants messuage Nicholas Northampton Nottingham Order to cause Order to deliver Order to pay owes to John prayed the king prior prosecute the execution Ralph received recognisance restore the issues Richard Roger seisin shewn the king side Trent Simon de Bereford tenant in chief Thomas treasurer and barons Walter Westminster William Trussel writ yearly value York
Page 346 - Chester, who, having a certain leprous knight in his household, gave in pure alms for the health of his soul and the souls of his ancestors...
Page 11 - Edited by the Rev. FC HINGESTON, MA of Exeter College, Oxford. 1860. 19. THE REPRESSOR OF OVER MUCH BLAMING OF THE CLERGY. By REGINALD PECOCK, sometime Bishop of Chichester. Vols. I. and II. Edited by the Rev. CHURCHILL BABINGTON, BD, Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. 1860. The " Represser " may be considered the earliest piece ot good theological disquisition of which our English prose literature can boast.
Page 24 - OF THE ROYAL COMMISSIONERS APPOINTED TO INQUIRE WHAT PAPERS AND MANUSCRIPTS BELONGING TO PRIVATE FAMILIES AND INSTITUTIONS ARE EXTANT WHICH WOULD BE OF UTILITY IN THE ILLUSTRATION OF HISTORY, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, SCIENCE AND GENERAL LITERATURE. Date. 1870 (Reprinted 1874.) 1871 1872 (Reprinted 1895.) 1873 FIUST REPORT, WITH APPENDIX Contents : — ENGLAND. House of Lords ; Cambridge Colleges ; Abingdon and other Corporations, &c. SCOTLAND. Advocates...
Page 25 - Contents : — ENGLAND. House of Lords; Oxford and Cambridge Colleges ; Dean and Chapter of Canterbury ; Rye, Lydd, and other Corporations, Duke of Sutherland, Marquis of Lansdowne, Reginald Cholmondeley, Esq., &c.
Page 9 - Price 10s. each Volume or Part.] On 25 July 1822, the House of Commons presented an address to the Crown, stating that the editions of the works of our ancient historians were inconvenient and defective; that many of their writings still remained in manuscript, and, in some cases, in a single copy only. They added...
Page 11 - Yorkshire. 1861-1868. The first three volumes contain the historical works of Gerald du Barry, who lived in the reigns of Henry II., Richard I., and John, and attempted to reestablish the independence of Wales by restoring the see of St. Davids to its ancient primacy. His works are of a very miscellaneous nature, both in prose and verse, and are remarkable chiefly for the racy and original anecdotes which they contain relating to contemporaries.
Page 10 - The first part relates only to the history of the Empire, and extends from the election of Henry I., the Fowler, to the end of the reign of the Emperor Henry VI. The second part is devoted to English history, and extends from the accession of Henry I. in the year 1100, to the year 1446, which was the twenty-fourth year of the reign of King Henry VI.
Page 11 - Cambridge. 1859. 17. BRUT Y TYWYSOGION ; or, The Chronicle of the Princes of Wales. Edited by the Rev. J. WILLIAMS AB ITHEL.
Page 10 - S. AUGUSTINI CANTUARIENSIS, by THOMAS OF ELMHAM, formerly Monk and Treasurer of that Foundation. Edited by CHARLES HARDWICK, MA, Fellow of St. Catharine's Hall, and Christian Advocate in the University of Cambridge.