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aged Alnwick Anne appointed April attorney August baptized bart beeing bishop born Bowes brother Brown buried called Cambridge Captain Castle Cathedral Charles Christopher church College Courant court daughter dean death December died Duke Durham Earl Edward eldest Elizabeth father February Forster four Francis gave George give Grey Hall Henry History horse issue James Jane John July June king king's lady land late letter living London Lord March Margaret marriage married Mary master merchant Miss month Morpeth never Newcastle Newcastle Courant Nicholas night North Northumberland October Oswald's parish pedigree Ralph rector Registers of St Richard Robert Rothbury says Selby sent Sept September sister sons third Thomas thought told took town uncle vicar widow wife William Writt York
Seite 299 - When I mention religion, I mean the Christian religion; and not only the Christian religion, but the protestant religion ; and not only the protestant religion, but the church of England.
Seite 122 - A Form of Prayer with Thanksgiving to Almighty God, for having put an end to the Great Rebellion, by the Restitution of the King and Royal Family, and the Restoration of the Government after many Years' interruption ; which unspeakable Mercies were wonderfully completed upon the Twenty-ninth of May, in the Year 1660. And in Memory thereof, that Day in every Year is, by Act of Parliament, appointed to be for ever kept holy.
Seite 4 - And Margaret my feare. That I spent, that I had : That I gave, that I have ; That I left, that I lost. AD 1579. — ' Quoth Robertas Byrks, who in this world did reign threescore years and seven, and yet lived not one.
Seite 170 - Bowes, esq., one of the knights of the shire for the county of Durham, was brought to bed of a daughter at his house in London.
Seite 98 - Then said the king unto him, Thinkest thou not that Bel is a living God? Seest thou not how much he eateth and drinketh every day?
Seite 229 - County of York, with the following epitaph ; '" Near this Wall is interred Thomas Gyll, Esq. equally esteemed for his knowledge of the Common and Canon Law, and for his integrity in the practice of both. At the Bar an Advocate in the former, - on the Bench a Judge in the latter. Nor was he less distinguished for his accuracy in the History and Antiquities of his Country. By a steady discharge of the duties of his...
Seite 45 - ... various publications of the day, an alderman, master of an hospital, and a registrar of marriages, worth =£200 per annum. He appears as a magistrate of the county in 1658. — Sharp's Burg. of Dur. 1682 (April 26-27).— There was a great flood in the river Wear, at Durham. — Surtees. May 6. — The first day that men and women servants presented themselves to be hired in Durham market. — Ibid. The following entry occurs in the parish register of Ryton, Durham : — " William Silvertop,...
Seite 286 - -I world by sinking into a Puisne Judge of the Court of King's Bench, in the room of Mr. Justice Eyre. There never before had been an instance of an Attorney General accepting a puisne judgeship, and hardly any of his condescending even to become Chief Baron of the Exchequer. Till the Revolution, when parliamentary government was established, and the practice began of his going out with the addministration...
Seite 49 - twas reported y' he see a coach drawn by 6 swine, all black, and a black man satt upon cotch box ; he fell sick upon't and dyed, and of his death severall apparations appeared after.
Seite 117 - Oxburgh, who was formerly a soldier, and had obtained a great reputation, though it is manifest in our case, that he either wanted conduct or courage, or perhaps both. He was better at his beads and prayers, than at his business as a soldier, and we all thought him fitter for a priest than a field officer.