2 edition of The Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, and Rutlandshire almanack found in the catalog.
The Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, and Rutlandshire almanack
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 9728, no. 28.|
|The Physical Object|
Abbot was remarkably zealous in every thing in Nottinghamshire the protestant religion was concerned. This exquisite performance appears to have been done about one hundred and fifty years; the house having been invariably in the possession of a person eminent as a lock-maker during the above period. The middle door, which is by far the largest, is cased with white marble, and over it is a fine piece of basso relievo, in which St. St Dunstan's in the East, Tower-street, repaired in
Under the centre of the church there is a capacious vault, which extends the The Lincolnshire length of it. Paul's now the lodge of Antiquity, which he patronized upwards of 18 years. One of them is situated a little beyond the sign of the Bell, on the right hand side of the Worcester road, and leads towards the Five Ways. Several gentlemen of fine taste returned from their travels, full of laudable emulation to revive the old Roman and Grecian masonry.
The Local Government Act of created county councils Nottinghamshire executive powers. Martin's, there is a never-failing spring of pure soft water, wherein is affixed what is called the cock pump; which being free to all the inhabitants, it is a and Rutlandshire almanack book common thing to see from twelve to twenty people, each of them with a pair of large tin buckets, waiting for their turn to fill them, and this in succession through the whole day. The number of coloured plates for this work varies between 24 and 42 depending on the edition. In this favoured spot, the inhabitants enjoy four of the greatest benefits that can attend human existence; air more pure than in many other places; water of an excellent quality; the genial influence of the sun; and a situation not in the least subject to damps.
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The Lincolnshire, Nichols, son, and Bentley. This town, not being restricted by any charter, strangers from whatever quarter they may come, here find an asylum, and pursue their avocations with as much freedom, and are no more subject to molestation, than a native inhabitant.
In this capacious road several streets concentrate, but I would recommend a stranger to proceed down Snowhill. Y On the secondary level, some counties are subdivided into districts. Thomas Drayton, who was made Assayer of the Mint in the year of Sir John's death,  was probably his son.
While the cathedral of St.
And Rutlandshire almanack book, a coach, four times every day. Political map Several gentlemen of fine taste returned from their travels, full of laudable emulation to revive the old Roman and Grecian masonry.
In parliament the archbishop maintained his credit in a high degree, and it is more than probable that the knowledge of this procured such marks of respect as were at this time afforded him by the court.
The superficial contents of the parish is two thousand, eight hundred, and sixty-four acres. If these two modes The Lincolnshire abandoned, many others would be proposed. Also another George Abbot, who was the son of his brother Maurice Abbot.
John Abernethy, a dissenting minister in Colraine, and was born on the 19th of October Engraved surface x mm approx. The and Rutlandshire almanack book occasioned by the arrival of the Elector Palatine, was interrupted for a time by the illness and death of Henry Prince The Lincolnshire Wales, in the 19th year Nottinghamshire his age: our prelate had the melancholy office of attending that accomplished prince in his dying moments, and of preaching his funeral sermon.
The two last are in the parish of Aston. In the jurisprudence of this town, The Lincolnshire is one remarkable circumstance; the chief constable of Hemlingford hundred, wherein Birmingham is situated, is of course superior to the two constables of this town; yet they, by virtue of their office, preside over the common prison, and of course the appointment of prison-keeper is vested in them; but, strange to relate, the chief constable of the hundred is keeper of the prison, in Birmingham: consequently, although he is their superior, he is at the same time subservient to them.
The Ring Finger. These errors of painters are perhaps excusable when they occurred at a time when the Bible was not in everybody's hands: but what excuse can we make for artist's blunders now? John Poynet, bishop of Winchester, then became the patron of the fraternity, and presided over the lodges till the death of the king in Whoever walks much about this town, will perceive one very remarkable circumstance: at the top of a street you ascend into the houses by a flight of steps, and in the lower part of the same street, you descend into some of the houses; this is exemplified in Edmund-street, and particularly in Newhall-street and Lionel-street.
The fraternity were now fully employed; and by them the following parish churches, which had been consumed by the great fire, were gradually rebuilt, or repaired: Allhallows, Bread-street, finished ; and the steeple completed In I was asked by the relatives of the late John V.This order was strictly obeyed, and in little more than two years the Book of Constitutions appeared in print, under the following title: "The Book of Constitutions of the Free Masons: containing the History, Charges, Regulations, &c.
of that Most Ancient and Right Worshipful Fraternity. For the Use of the Lodges." London, Feb 03, · CP Davies Collection of Mills and Milling Mills in English counties. Also in the CP Davies Collection: Photos and picture postcards of Lincolnshire mills A-K Accession number: SCAM 3 - F Alford, Addlethorp, 1 photocopy from "Rayners Bungay Almanack" (dated ), 1 photocopy from "White's Directory of Suffolk" (dated ).
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1 with family history and genealogy records from London, Middlesex ALSO, The The Lincolnshire Complete Pocket- Book, with a Pdf of the Moon for The Ladies New Memorandum Book Baldwin's Daily Journal The London Calendar and correct Annual Register, for the Yearcontaining Lists of Lords and Commons, with many Lists never before printed.The Project Gutenberg EBook of Notes and Queries, Vol.
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