The Publications of the Thoresby Society, Volume 17

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The Society, 1908
 

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Page 126 - Bloomfield, accordingly, to hold to him, his heirs and assigns for ever, according to the custom of the said manor, and...
Page 212 - Geoffrey, whose heir he is, was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day on which he died in the time of King Henry III.
Page 274 - The parish makes the constable, and when the constable is made, he governs the parish. The answer to all these doubts is, Have you agreed so ? If you have, then it must remain till you have altered it.
Page 277 - And further, it is commanded that highways leading from one market town to another shall be enlarged, whereas bushes, woods, or dykes be, so that there be neither dyke, tree, nor bush whereby a man may lurk to do hurt within two hundred foot of the one side and two hundred foot on the other side of the way...
Page 154 - The names of the Roman Catholics Non-jurors, and others who refused to take the Oaths to his late Majesty King George...
Page 98 - Barnboo in the parish of Barwicke in Elmett in the tenure of Robert Briges And all those our three roods of land lying in a certain field called Marelepit felde now or late in the tenure of the same Robert Briges And all those two roods of land in the tenure of Thomas Bridges lying in Soonesicke felde in the parish of aforesaid And all that acre of land in the Townefelde of Potterton now in the tenure of Potter being given to the Church of Barwicke aforesaid for the maintenance of a priest . . ....
Page 251 - Hampshire, and of 100 acres of land, 40 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, and 30 acres of wood in Hockerley — of whom held the jurors are ignorant — worth yearly, beyond reprises, b.
Page 18 - Loidis, in the thirteenth year •of his reign, on the isth of November, to the great benefit of both nations ; for he both delivered his own people from the hostile depredations of the pagans, and, having cut off the wicked king's head, converted the Mercians and the adjacent provinces to the grace of the Christian faith.
Page 65 - May, 1561, when he was stated to be n years of age, he took his BA degree in 1567-8, MB in 1574 and MD 1579. At Paris in 1572 he only escaped death in the Massacre of St. Bartholomew by taking refuge in the house of Sir Francis Walsingham, the English ambassador. He was elected physician to St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, 1584, and published his first medical work, a volume in two parts, Hygienia,* on preserving health, and Therapeutica,6 on restoring health.
Page 177 - Isabella, elder daughter of Richard Oliver Gascoigne, of Parlington Park, Yorkshire, and co-heiress, with her sister, of Sir Thomas Gascoigne, of Parlington. Their son is the present owner of the Gascoigne estates. The Arms of Trench are : — Argent, a lion passant, gules, between three fleurs de lis, azure ; on a chief of the last a sun in splendour, or.

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