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" ... pounds in ready money, and three thousand florins, They also carried away three charters of Canute, four of Hardicanute, one of Edward the Confessor, two of Henry I. three of Henry III. twelve papal bulls, with several deeds, written obligations-... "
History, gazetteer, and directory, of Suffolk - Page 165
by William White - 1855
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The Beauties of England and Wales: Or, Delineations ..., Volume 20

John Britton - 1813 - 1036 pages
...money, and three thousand florins, They also tarried away three charters of Canute, four of Hardrcanute, one of Edward the Confessor, two of Henry I. three...abbot being at this time in London, the rioters seized awl confined Peter Clopton, the prior, and about twenty of the monks, whom they afterwards compelled,...
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Suffolk, Or, Original Delineations, Topographical, Historical, and ...

Frederic Shoberl - 1818 - 480 pages
...took great quantities of rich plate, books, vestments, and other valuables, besides five hun^ dred pounds in ready money, and three thousand florins,...execute, under the capitular seal, a deed, constituting the burgesses a guild or corporation. They also forced them to sign an obligation for the payment of...
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Excursions in the County of Suffolk: Comprising a Brief Historical ..., Volume 1

Thomas Cromwell - 1818 - 320 pages
...of Canute, four of Hardicanute, one of Edward the Confessor, two of Henry I. three of Henry III. 12 papal bulls, with several deeds, written obligations...many of the manors and granges belonging to it in the town and its vicinity shared the same fate. The abbot being then in London, the insurgents seized...
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A Guide to the Town, Abbey and Antiquities of Bury St. Edmunds: With Brief ...

J. Deck - 1821 - 188 pages
...of Henry the Third, twelve papal bulls, with several deeds, written obligations and acknowledgements for money due to the convent. Great part of the monastery...belonging to it, in Bury and its vicinity, shared the stime fate. The abbot being at this time in London, the rioters seized and confined Peter Clopton,...
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A Concise Description of Bury St. Edmund's: And Its Environs, Within the ...

1827 - 448 pages
...£500 in ready money, and 3000 florins. They carried away several charters and many other things : great part of the monastery was reduced to ashes, and many of the granges and manors in the vicinity of the town shared the same fate. The King, being informed of these...
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A Guide to the Town, Abbey and Antiquities of Bury St. Edmunds: With Brief ...

J. Deck - 1836 - 150 pages
...four of Hardicanute, one of Edward the Confessor, two of Henry the First, three of Henry the Third, twelve papal bulls, with several deeds, written obligations,...and many of the manors and granges belonging to it iu Bury and its vicinity shared the same fate. The abbot being at this time in London, the rioters...
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A topographical and historical description of the county of Suffolk

John Kirby - 1839 - 542 pages
...3 charters of Canute, 4 of Hardicanute, 1 of Edward the Confessor, 2 of Henry I. 3 of Henry III. 12 papal bulls, with several deeds, written obligations...many of the manors and granges belonging to it in the town and its vicinity shared the same fate. The abbot being then in London, the insurgents seized...
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History, Gazetteer and Directory of Suffolk, and the Towns Near Its Borders ...

William White - 1844 - 770 pages
...and three thousand florins. They also carried away three charters of Canute, l'ouļ' of Haruicauuie, one of Edward the Confessor, two of Henry I., three...whole chapter of the convent, to execute, under the apitular seal, a deed, constituting the burgesses a guild or corporation. They also forced them to...
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