Remains historical and literary connected with the Palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester published by the Chetham Society, Volume 98

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Page 2 - I. Travels in Holland, the United Provinces, England, Scotland, and Ireland, 1634-1635. By Sir William Brereton, Bart. Edited by EDWARD HAWKINS, Esq., FRS, FSA, FLS pp.
Page 1 - That the accounts of the receipts and expenditure of the Society be audited annually, by three auditors, to be elected at the general meeting ; and that any member who shall IK; one year in arrear of his subscription, shall no longer be considered as belonging to the Society.
Page 29 - Sir Nicholas had two sons, who both died without issue ; and his younger brother, Sir John, became their heir. This person was made a Knight of the Bath at the coronation of James the First. He had eleven sons, of whom the major part distinguished themselves for their loyalty and gallantry on the side of Charles the First.
Page 1 - That every member not in arrear of his annual subscription, be entitled to a copy of each of the works published by the Society. 6. That twenty copies of each work shall be allowed to the editor of the same, in addition to the one to whi .': he may be entitled as a member.
Page 90 - Leleandcs place is buildid, saving the fundation of stone squarid that risith within a great moote a vi ' foote above the water, al of tymbre after the commune sort of building of houses of the gentilman for most of Lancastreshire.
Page 14 - ... Langtou of the Abbot of Peterborough, it being part of a grant of a considerable tract of land made to the abbey by Earl Ranulph about the period of Edward the Confessor. The barony of Newton, otherwise called "the fee of Makerfield," acquired by John de Langton, by his marriage already referred to, was before the Conquest, and for some time afterwards a distinct hundred in that part of " Cestrescire" lying between the Kibble and the Mersey.
Page 99 - A Roll of Arms of the reign of Richard II...
Page 11 - John Duke of Atholl and the Heirs General of the Seventh Earl of Derby...
Page 69 - Ward and w* ye seid erle duryng ye term of hys lyffe to be w* hym and do hym s'uice and attendance agenst all manr psones except hys allegence And y* ye seyd Sr John Trafford shal be redy at ye desir a comandement of ye seid erle to come vnto hym at all such tymes and in such places as ye said Earl shall call upon hym or geue hym warnyng sufficiant horsed harnesed arrayed and accompanyed as ye cas shall Requir and accordyng to...
Page 45 - Marshalsea ; then to York Castle ; then to the Blockhouses in Hull ; then to the Gatehouse in Westminster ; then to Manchester ; then to Broughton, in Oxfordshire ; then twice to Ely, in Cambridgeshire ; and so now, seventythree years old and blind, is bound to appear and keep within five miles of Towneley, his house.

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