Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester, Volume 110

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Chetham Society., 1882 - Cheshire (England)
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Page 2 - Cheshire." pp. xxxii, 372. III. Chester's Trinmph in Honor of her Prince, as it was performed upon St. George's Day 1610, in the foresaid Citie. Reprinted from the original edition of 1610, with an Introduction and Notes. Edited by the Rev. THOMAS CORSER, MA pp.
Page 196 - Proud prelate, I understand you are backward in complying with your agreement : but I would have you know, that I, who made you what you are, can unmake you ; and if you do not forthwith fulfil your engagement, by God I will immediately unfrock you. Yours, as you demean yourself, Elizabeth.
Page 205 - April, 1880, pp. 121-4, where illustrations of this bell are given. and his heirs male, with remainder to the right heirs of the said John.8 William Orrell of Turton, Esq., who succeeded his father in 1581, had no issue by the above-named Ellen his first wife, but by his second wife Mary, daughter of George Ireland of the Hutt, Esq., he had three sons and four daughters, whose names will be found in the Visitation of Lancashire taken in 1613 (Chet.
Page 1 - The first general meeting to be held on the 23rd day of March, 1843, and the general meeting in each year afterwards on the 1st day of March, unless it should fall on a Sunday, when some other day is to be named by the Council. 3. That the affairs of the Society be conducted by a Council, consisting of a permanent President and...
Page 1 - Vice-President, and twelve other members, including a Treasurer and Secretary, all of whom shall be elected, the first two at the general meeting next after a vacancy shall occur, and the twelve other members at the general meeting annually. 4. That...
Page 178 - Blackrode, and had issue," &c. Of this Mabel is a story by tradition of undoubted verity, " that in Sir Wm. Bradshage's absence (beinge 10 yeares away in the wares,) she married a Welsh knight. Sir William, retorninge from the wares, came in a palmer's habit amongst the poore to Haghe, who, when she saw, and congetringe that he favoured her former husband, wept, for which the knight...
Page 203 - Company in heyven," and desires his " bodye to be buryed in the Chappell of Jesus betwix my father & ye churche Wall w'in the parrisshe churche of bolton in the mores, and I giffe unto ye curet of bolton ten shillyngs for to praye ffor my ancesters saulles, my saulle and all Crysten saulles.
Page 178 - William, retorninge from the wares, came in a palmer's habit amongst the poore to Haghe, who, when she saw, and congetringe that he favoured her former husband, wept, for which the knight chasticed her; at which Sir William went and made himself...
Page 178 - William went and made himself knawne to his tennants; in which space the knight fled, but neare to Newton Parke Sir William overtook him and slue him. The said Dame Mabell was enjoyned by her confessor to doe...
Page 143 - ... John, who created Liverpool a free borough, merely granted burgage tenure to some of the inhabitants ; this is all that is specified. I apprehend, however, that the word/ree implies fixed dues, and that the burgages were of a minimum value. Twenty years later, Henry III. conceded a merchant guild, a hanse, and other liberties and free customs to that guild pertaining...

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