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Surrey Archaeological Collections Surrey Archaeological Collections
Category Histories, Family & Biographies, and Society & Organization
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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The public is informed that 12 Separate Copies of each of the following Papers
have been printed, and can be obtained by application to the Secretary, at

the prices annexed to each:—

s. d.

Bowyer Family ................. ... ... ... ... ... • • • • • 1 0

Surrey Etymologies. First Part—Wallington Hundred ... ... ... 2 6

Abbott Family .................................................................2 0

Duncumb Family ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... • • • 1 0

Wyatt Family ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2 6

Cheam Church, &c. 3 0

The publication of the paper on Half-timbered Houses, by Charles Baily,
Esq., is unavoidably postponed.

The Inventories and Returns of Church Goods of the County of Surrey (temp.
Edward VI.), by J. R. Daniel-Tyssen, Esq., F.S.A., will appear in the next

volume. .

The numerous illustrations in this volume having been a heavy expense to the
Society, the Council respectfully solicit donations towards defraying the cost, and
to enable them to issue to the Members a volume similarly illustrated, in a short
time. SURREY

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RELATING TO THE

HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE COUNTY.

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COVENT GARDEN. [The Council of the Surrey Archaeological Society desire that it should
be distinctly understood that they are not responsible for any statements or opinions
expressed in the “ Collections ; ” the Authors of ...
Autobiography of James Silk Buckingham Autobiography of James Silk Buckingham
Category Histories, Family & Biographies, Interviews & Personal Histories, and 1 moreDiscourses & Writings
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, England, Turkey, and 1 moreWorld
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Voyage from Jedda by Loheia and Hodeida to Mocha
Hydrographical information acquired
Arrival at Mocha.—Reception at the Residency
Agreeable party of seven English gentlemen Occupations and researches while at Mocha l
Letter to Mr. Burckhardt on the fate of Dr. Seetzen
Lines adapted to the air, “ Go where Glory waits thee ”
Peculiarities at Mocha.—Head-dresses of the Samaulies
Abstinence from coffee, and substitute of ghasheb
Anecdote of an Indian Princess.—English tea
Visit to the port of Aden.—Letter to Mr. Forbes
Call at the Arabian port of Macullah
Singular disease and deaths among the crew Influence of the Moon at sea.—Pythagoras and Moore
Safe arrival in the harbour of Bombay

CHAP. XIX.

Entrance to the noble harbour of Bombay
Inquiries of Commercial Houses and their results
Private acquaintances speedily formed
Domesticated with intelligent and agreeable friends Competition of Hindoo and Chinese agriculturists
Remarkable English women in Bombay
Hospitality and gaieties of general society
Excursions to the Cavern Temples of the Hindoos
Basaltic pillars.—Geological Explorers
Adventures with Tigers in the Island of Salsette
Lines addressed to my Wife, with the rose-dew of Egypt

CHAP. XX.

Mercantile want of confidence in the Egyptian Pasha
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Cathedral Antiquities. Historical and Descriptive Accounts, With 311 Illustration, of the Following English Cathedrals. Viz. Canterbury, York, Salisbury, Norwich, Winchester, Lichfield, Oxford, Wells, Exeter, Peterborough, Gloucester, Bristol, Hereford, and Worcester. The Engravings, Mostly by J. Le Keux, Esq. From Drawings by E. Blore Cathedral Antiquities. Historical and Descriptive Accounts, With 311 Illustration, of the Following English Cathedrals. Viz. Canterbury, York, Salisbury, Norwich, Winchester, Lichfield, Oxford, Wells, Exeter, Peterborough, Gloucester, Bristol, Hereford, and Worcester. The Engravings, Mostly by J. Le Keux, Esq. From Drawings by E. Blore
Category Histories, Local or Place, and Church
Date Pre-1000, 1200's, 1300's, and 2 more1400's, 1500's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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The Pastors Wife: a Memoir of Mrs. Sherman, by Her Husband [j. Sherman]. The Pastors Wife: a Memoir of Mrs. Sherman, by Her Husband [j. Sherman].
Category Histories, Family & Biographies, Royalty, and 1 moreLetters
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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History of Modern English Law History of Modern English Law
Category Histories, Local or Place, and Society & Organization
Date 1700's, 1800's, and 1900's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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Guide Book to Wells Cathedral, the City and Neighbourhood Guide Book to Wells Cathedral, the City and Neighbourhood
Category Histories, and Local or Place
Date 1800's, and 1900's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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THE ancient City of Wells is one of the most
remarkable and perfect examples which we possess
at the present day of an ecclesiastical town of the
middle ages. Mr. Parker writes : “ It is one of the
most interesting cities in Europe to the student of
Gothic Architecture, and not to the student of
architecture only, but to the student of the History of
England also." Wells is first mentioned at the beginning of the 8th Century, when it began to grow up
round the Church of Saint Andrew and College for
Secular Priests then newly established by King Ina;
it was entirely dependent on the Church to which it
owed its importance, if not actually its origin, and
such it remains to this day.

The City takes its name from the three wells, or
springs of water which, filtering through the Mendip
Hills, rise up in the Palace garden, where they form
a broad lake, the clear waters of which reflect the eastern
end and the central tower of the Cathedral. The principal spring is called S. Andrew’s Well, regarded
traditionally as ‘ bottomless.’ It is also anciently called
Welve, Welia, Fonticula, Tiddington, Tethiscene, and
Ad Aquas, ...
Illiam Dhone and the Manx Rebellion, 1651; Records and Proceedings Relating to the Case of William Christian of Ronaldsway, Receiver-General of the Isle of Man, Who Was Shot for Treason at Hango Hill, 2d January 1662-3, With Copies of the Various Depositions Preserved in the Rolls Office, Castletown, and Other Documents Connected Therewith; Illiam Dhone and the Manx Rebellion, 1651; Records and Proceedings Relating to the Case of William Christian of Ronaldsway, Receiver-General of the Isle of Man, Who Was Shot for Treason at Hango Hill, 2d January 1662-3, With Copies of the Various Depositions Preserved in the Rolls Office, Castletown, and Other Documents Connected Therewith;
Category Histories, Family & Biographies, Local or Place, and 1 moreProceedings & Programs
Date 1600's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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The Great House, Leyton The Great House, Leyton
Category Directories, Organizational, Histories, and 2 moreFamily & Biographies, Local or Place
Date 1600's, 1700's, and 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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THE task of writing this monograph has been rendered somewhat difficult, so far as the historical data are concerned, by the
paucity of references and the way in which the description of
Strype has been utilised again and again by subsequent writers.

I would here acknowledge the valuable help I have received from various sources.

My thanks are due to the Rev. John Kennedy, who both personally and
through his interesting ‘History of Leyton,’ has led me to much useful
information. I regret that I have been unable to agree with several of the
statements given in his book as to the fabric of the Great House, which
however, he gives me to understand are admittedly based upon oral tradition, to be taken for what they are worth.

Mr. Vere L. Oliver has kindly supplied valuable details of the history of
the Tench and Oliver families, of which I have made free use.

I am further indebted to my friend Mr. Sidney North, A.R.I.B.A., for
the drawings reproduced under his name and to Mr. Ernest Godman and
Mr. A. P. Wire for their fine photographs and other material help. Mr.
C. R. Ashbee, ...
NelsonS Hardy : His Life, Letters and Friends NelsonS Hardy : His Life, Letters and Friends
Category Histories, Family & Biographies, and Letters
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, England, and Europe
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I talked to in this room a lengthy while.1
He says our navy still is in the dark
As to the aims by sea of Bonaparte
Now the Boulogne attempt has fizzled out,

And what he schemes afloat with Spain combined.

The Victory lay that fortnight at Spithead,

And Nelson since has gone aboard and sailed ;

Yes, sailed again. The Royal Sovereign follows,

And others her. Nelson was hailed and cheered
To huskiness while leaving Southsea shore,

Gentle and simple, wildly thronging round.

1 See pp. 134-135-  PREFACE

OF all the subordinate characters in the tragedy of
Trafalgar, the personality of Thomas Masterman
Hardy is unquestionably by far the most interesting,
striking, and attractive. The “Kiss me, Hardy” of the
dying Nelson has perhaps taken a firmer hold on the
popular imagination than either the “ Remember ” of
Charles Stuart, or the real or supposed “ My country,
oh my country ” of William Pitt.

Another of the “greatest sailor’s” utterances during
the brief interview which preceded Hardy’s return to his
duties on deck, within about half an hour of “ his Lord’s ”
death, is scarcely less distinctly graven on men’s minds.
It was, as we are told by the ...
Diary of Ralph Thoresby, F.R.S. Diary of Ralph Thoresby, F.R.S.
Category Journals
Date 1600's, and 1700's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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them weekly, and a gown and coals yearly. From
Mr. Clark I had an account of two remarkable de­
liverances that Archbishop Sterne received when a
b o y ; one, when with his comrade he run into a
church’s steeple to catch a daw’s nest, which, being
on the outside of the steeple, they got a board ; one
boy sat upon the end within the steeple, and he
upon that out of the loop-hole ; there proved but
five, the boy demanded three ; he justly thought the
odd one his due because in the more dangerous ser­
vice ; the boy, in a pet, jumps off the board, and the
Bishop consequently falls to the ground, yet without
damage. A t another time, playing near a mill, he
fell within the clow ; there was but one board or
bucket wanting in the whole wheel, but a gracious
Providence so ordered it, that the void place came
down at that moment, else he had been inevitably
crushed to death, but was reserved to be a grand
benefactor afterwards.

a. D. 1709 .
Jan. 1. Morning, disconsolate enough for the
reasons before-mentioned, only found some comfort
in reading two or three psalms in secret; retired,
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The Private Diary of Richard, Duke of Buckingham and Chandos The Private Diary of Richard, Duke of Buckingham and Chandos
Category Journals
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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A Modern Franciscan : Being the Life of Father Arsenius, O.E.M A Modern Franciscan : Being the Life of Father Arsenius, O.E.M
Category Histories, and Family & Biographies
Date 1800's
Location Canada, Quebec, United Kingdom, and 1 moreEngland
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The idea of bringing out an English life of Father
Arsenius was first suggested to me by my Dominican brother, Raymund. I willingly undertook the
work, not only on account of the pleasure and encouragement that it gave to me personally as a
member of the Order of which Father Arsenius was
so bright an ornament, but also because I had come
to realize how many people were deprived of the
example of this holy religious, simply on account of
the absence of any English biography.

My manuscript was submitted to an old confrère
of Father Arsenius, and the following extract from
his report may be of interest : “ I have experienced
real pleasure in reading over again the life of
Father Arsenius, with whom I lived many years
both in France and in England. He was truly such

vii Till

FOREWORD

as the author of his life describes him to the reader
—a religious exemplary alike for his piety, his
unremitting activity, and his mortification; very
austere, very hard with himself, and yet with all this,
very affable and very charitable towards others. . . .
Those in particular who had the privilege of knowing him will read his ...
Memoirs of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America; Containing, I. A Narrative of the Organization and of the Early Measures of the Church. II. Additional Statements and Remarks. III. An Appendix of Original Papers Memoirs of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America; Containing, I. A Narrative of the Organization and of the Early Measures of the Church. II. Additional Statements and Remarks. III. An Appendix of Original Papers
Category Histories, Church, and Discourses & Writings
Date 1500's, 1600's, 1700's, and 1 more1800's
Location United States, United States, United Kingdom, and 1 moreEngland
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I. A NARRATIVE OF THE ORGANIZATION AND OF THE
EARLY MEASURES OF THE CHURCH
II. ADDITIONAL STATEMENTS AND REMARKS
III. AN APPENDIX OF ORIGINAL PAPERS

BY THE

RIGHT REV. WILLIAM WHITE, D.D.

Edited with ATotes and a Sketch of the Origin and Progress of the
Colonial Church ,-^.-'

BY THE REV. B^.'^eCOSTA

NEW YORK
E. P. DUTTON & COMPANY

713 Broadway

1880 /CORNFL l\

ÜHlVEhi: ’ÏY i
LIBRARV

Copyright

1880

By E. P. DUTTON & CO.

St. Johnland
Stereotype Foundry,
Suffolk Co., N. V. PREFACE.

The first edition of the “Memoirs of the Protestant Episcopal
Church” was published by S. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, 1820.
The title page of that edition lacks the clause, “from its organization up to the present day,” which occurs on that of the second;
while the author is described as Bishop of “the Protestant Episcopal
Church in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,” instead of “Bishop
of the Protestant Episcopal Church.” The preface and table of
contents of the first edition occupy fifteen pages, and the body
of the work four hundred and seventy-four. It is an octavo volume,
in clear bold type, superior to that of the second edition, which
contains only three hundred and ninety-three pages, the ...
Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the Royal Institution Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the Royal Institution
Category Proceedings & Programs
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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Mémoirs of the Count de Grammont : containing the amorous history of the English Court under the reign of Charles II Mémoirs of the Count de Grammont : containing the amorous history of the English Court under the reign of Charles II
Category Histories, and Family & Biographies
Date 1600's, and 1700's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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Though the bride was no perfect beauty, yet, as there
were none at the Court of H olland who eclipsed her, the
duke, during the first endearm ents of m atrim ony, was
so far from repenting, th a t he seemed only to wish for
the king’s restoration, th at he m ight have an opportunity
of declaring his m arriage in a brilliant fashion. But
when he found him self enjoying a rank which placed
him so near the throne, when the possession of Miss H yde
afforded him no new charms, when England, so abound­
ing in beauties, displayed the rarest she possessed at the
Court of the king his brother, and when he considered
th a t he was the only prince, who, from such superior
elevation, had descended so low, he began to reflect
upon it. On the one hand, his m arriage appeared to him
particularly ill-assorted in every respect. H e recollected
th at Jerm yn had not engaged him in an intim acy with
Miss H yde, until he had convinced him, by various p etty
circumstances, of the facility of succeeding. H e looked
upon his marriage as an infringem ...
The Ancren Riwle; A Treatise on the Rules and Duties of Monastic Life The Ancren Riwle; A Treatise on the Rules and Duties of Monastic Life
Category Directories, Organizational, Histories, and 3 moreFamily & Biographies, Society & Organization, Church
Date Pre-1000, 1100's, 1200's, and 7 more1300's, 1400's, 1500's, 1600's, 1700's, 1800's, 1000's
Location United Kingdom, England, and Europe
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m The Ancren Riwlea has long been known and appreciated by
many of those who have made the literary antiquities of England,
and the history of its language, the subject of their study and
research ; a class more numerous now, perhaps, than at any former
time. It has often been thought desirable that it should be printed,
in order that the interesting information to be derived from it with
regard to the state of society, the learning and manners, the moral
and religious teaching, and the language of the period in which it
was written, might become more generally accessible than it could be
when contained only in a few copies in MS. deposited in two of our
public libraries. Influenced by such motives, and desirous of
thereby forwarding the objects of the Camden Society, of which he
has the honour of being a member, the Editor has endeavoured, in
the intervals of professional labours and duties, and with such
limited abilities and means of illustration as he possesses, to prepare
it for the press, to which he now commits it, not without fear that
he may sometimes have failed to elucidate the obscurities of its
language, but in the ...
Memoirs of the Life and Negotiations of Sir W. Temple, Bar., Containing the Most Important Occurrences ... From the Year 1665 to the Year 1681. With an Account of Sir W. Temples Writings Memoirs of the Life and Negotiations of Sir W. Temple, Bar., Containing the Most Important Occurrences ... From the Year 1665 to the Year 1681. With an Account of Sir W. Temples Writings
Category Documents & Records, Government, Criminal & Court, and 5 moreHistories, Family & Biographies, Society & Organization, Letters, Discourses & Writings
Date 1600's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1857 Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1857
Category Directories, Organizational, Histories, and 2 moreSociety & Organization, Periodicals & Magazines
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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Summary of a paper on the resemblance between the effects of the
section of the Sympathetic Nerve in the Neck and of a transverse
section of a lateral half of the Spinal Cord. By E. Brown-Sequard,

M.D................................................................... 1

Experimental Researches on the Influence of Efforts of Inspiration
on the Movements of the Heart. By E. Brown-S6quard, M.D. .. 1

Summary of a paper on the Influence of Oxygen on the vital properties of the Spinal Chord, Nerves, and Muscles. By E. Brown
Sequard, M.D.......................................................... 2

Summary of a paper on the power possessed by Motor and Sensitive
Nerves of retaining their vital properties longer than Muscles,
when deprived of Blood. By E. Brown-Sequard, M.D........................ 2

Ocular Spectres, Structures, and Functions, Mutual Exponents. By
James Jago, A.B., M.B., &c........................................... 2

On Hourly Observations of the Magnetic Declination made by Capt.
Maguire, R.N., and the Officers of H.M. Ship ‘ Plover,’ in 1852,
1853, and 1854, at Point Barrow, on the Shores of the Polar Sea.

By Major-General Edward Sabine, Treas. and V.P.R.S. &c 2

On the Expansion of Wood by Heat. By J. P. Joule, LL.D.,
F.R.S. &c............................................................ 3

On the Partitions of the r-Pyramid, being the ...
Guide to Plymouth: and Recollections of the Pilgrims Guide to Plymouth: and Recollections of the Pilgrims
Category Directories, Organizational, Histories, and 4 moreLocal or Place, Society & Organization, Church, Native American
Date 1700's, and 1800's
Location United States, Massachusetts, United Kingdom, and 2 moreEngland, Netherlands (Holland + Europe)
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The Guide to Plymouth and Recollections of the Pilgrims is
respectfully submitted to the public, and is designed to present, in
at volume of convenient size, such historical facts connected with our
early history, and descriptions of interesting localities with which
they are connected, as are deemed of essential importance to the
numerous visitors, who resort to the spot rendered memorable as the
scene where the foundations of empire were first laid, and the principles of religious and civil liberty were successfully established in
New England.

Much of novelty can harclly be expected in relation to subjects
which have engaged the attention and careful research of so many
distinguished visitors. The author of the present work therefore, if
he may hope to secure the public favor m behalf of the humble
labors he has ventured to undertake, is not unconscious, that he
must mainly rely upon the earnestness and diligence with which he
has sought to present the subjects considered, in a form rendering
them easily accessible to all inquirers after interesting memorials of
the pilgrims.

In preparing this work for publication, the various histories of New
England have been attentively consulted, and the Old Colony
records have supplied ...
The Book of Family Crests The Book of Family Crests
Category Histories, Family & Biographies, and Catalogs & Bibliographies
Date 1700's, and 1800's
Location Canada, Nova Scotia, United Kingdom, and 5 moreUnited Kingdom, England, Scotland, Great Britain, Ireland
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Journal of George Fox : Being an Historical Account of the Life, Travels, Sufferings, Christian Experiences, and Labour of Love, in the Work of the Ministry, of That Eminent and Faithful Servant of Jesus Christ ... ; Journal of George Fox : Being an Historical Account of the Life, Travels, Sufferings, Christian Experiences, and Labour of Love, in the Work of the Ministry, of That Eminent and Faithful Servant of Jesus Christ ... ;
Category Histories, Family & Biographies, and Letters
Date 1600's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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The present re-issue of the Journal of George Fox has, in a great
measure, resulted from the concern of a Friend lately deceased, who
was actively engaged in the last edition, and who provided a handsome
sum towards the further republieation of this valuable Testimony to
the Truth.

Assisted by the above bequest, and prompted by the encouragement of many Friends, the Editor of this Seventh Edition of the
Journal has endeavoured to increase its usefulness by issuing it in a
manner considerably more adapted, than heretofore, for general
usefulness, and calculated, he hopes, to insure a still more extended
circulation.

In printing from the last edition (which was collated with the

first and third), some further slight improvements in the style have

been made, and redundancies omitted, with an occasional transposition

in the construction of a sentence, or the omission or insertion of a

word to impart clearness to the sense of the author, care being taken

in every instance not in the least to misrepresent his meaning. In

addition to this, the work lias now, for the first time, been divided

into chapters ; a general table of contents has been supplied ; and a
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Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
Category Histories, and Society & Organization
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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Record Society for the Publication of Original Documents relating to Lancashire and Cheshire : [publications] Record Society for the Publication of Original Documents relating to Lancashire and Cheshire : [publications]
Category Histories, Local or Place, and Society & Organization
Date 1400's, and 1500's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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relating to the Pleadings—these are however very
imperfect and only a comparative few have been
preserved, but where they have been found I
have added them to the Pleadings. The whole
of these records in 1868 were transferred from
the Duchy office to the Public Record office.
The Pleadings, etc., are written on parchment,
and those from Henry VII. to Elizabeth (inclusive)
are bound in volumes; those from James I. to
the present time are in bundles and are referred
to by an old MS. calendar. The depositions and
surveys are in volumes only from Henry VIII.
to Philip and Mary, and are referred to by the
calendar in vol. ii. of Ducatus Lancastrice; from
Elizabeth to present time they are in bundles to
which there is an old MS. calendar, but a new
one is in preparation for the reign of Elizabeth.
All these records are in English, the custom of
recording all legal transactions in Latin having
fallen into disuse in the Chancery and other
courts in the time of Henry VI. The mode of
conducting the suits brought before the Duchy
courts varied according to circumstances, in some
instances a vivd voce examination appears to have
been ...
Memoirs of the Duke of Marlborough, With His Original Correspondence: Collected From the Family Records at Blenheim, and Other Authentic Sources Memoirs of the Duke of Marlborough, With His Original Correspondence: Collected From the Family Records at Blenheim, and Other Authentic Sources
Category Histories, Family & Biographies, and Correspondence
Date 1700's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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Chap. LXXXVI.— Return of Marlborough to England. Speech from
the Throne. He receives the Thanks of both Houses.' Public Ferment occasioned by Dr. Sacheverell. His Impeachment. Attempts of
Harley to humble Marlborough. The Queen appoints Lord Rivers
Constable of the Tower, and orders the Duke to confer a Regiment on
Colonel Hill. Marlborough retires to Windsor Lodge. Proposes to
extort the Dismission of Mrs. Masham. Counteracted by Godolphin.
Correspondence. Marlborough is persuaded to accept a Compromise.

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LXXXVII. — Artifices of Harley to hasten the Departure of the Duke
for the Continent. Passage of the Duke for Holland. Trial and
Sentence of Sacheverell. Hostile Conduct of Shrewsbury, Somerset,
and Arygle. Popular Enthusiasm in favour of Sacheverell - 21

LXXXVIII. — Arrival of Marlborough in Holland. Congress of
Gertruydenberg. Ineffectual Expedients to modify the Article relative to the Evacuation of Spain. Louis rejects the Demands of the
Allies. Rupture of the Negotiation. Cautious Conduct of Marlborough. Further Refutation of the Charge of prolonging the War.
Plan of the Campaign. Eugene and Marlborough assemble the
Army in the Vicinity of Tournay. Force the French Lines. Surrender of Douay and Fort Scarpe - - - - Si

LXXXIX.—Violent Altercations between ...
The Parish Register, Walton-on-Thames The Parish Register, Walton-on-Thames
Category BMD, Birth, Marriage, and 3 moreDeath, Histories, City
Date 1500's, 1600's, 1700's, and 1 more1800's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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This compilation being a descriptive
account, with suggestions about the study,
of parish registers, the foregoing chronological table will supply all the historical
material necessary, and a fuller notice will
not be needed, as many of the items are
referred to in the following pages.

be seen and consulted by his permission, for
which he is entitled to charge certain fees,
viz.: 1/- for the first year searched, and 6d.
for each succeeding year; also 2/7 for each
certified copy of any entry in addition to the
search fee, i.e., 2/6 for the certificate and id.
for the stamp; therefore each certificate will
cost 3/7 at least, the document must be
signed by the Incumbent or officiating

Fees

Chargeable

The Parish Register is
in the custody of the Parson
of the parish, and can only Register 1/ M

\ jil

priest in charge of the parish: a certificate,
attested by the parish clerk or churchwarden is valueless. A properly signed
certificate is received as evidence in Courts
of Law, in spite of the doubt expressed by
Lord Eldon as to the reliability of the
registers, and the opinion of Lord Rosslyn
that none of the registers had been kept
according to law, ...