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Articles of the charge of the wardmote inquest.
London. Corporation. Mayor.
1830 in (London .
Written in English
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Get this from a library. Articles of the charge of the Wardmote inquest. [City of London. Wardmote Inquest.]. Get this from a library. The Articles of the charge of the Wardmote Inquest. [City of London (England). Wardmote Inquest.]. The Articles of the charge of the wardmote inquest: England and Wales.
Parliament. / [ i.e. ] Articles of the Commons assembled in Parliament, in maintenance of their accusation, against William Laud Archbishop of Canterbury, whereby he stands charged with high treason.: Book 5: Chapter 23 ALSO, that you do give in Charge to the Wardmote Inquest of your Ward, all the Articles delivered to you herewith.
This following, added of later Times. The Articles of the Charge of the Wardmote Inquest. PEACE. YE shall swear, that ye shall truly enquire if the Peace of the King our Sovereign Lord be not kept as it.
And all Matters found by the said Inquest must be presented to the Alderman. And here we shall first shew the Maior's Mandate or Warrant to the Alderman of the Ward to summon the Inquest, and other Particulars by him at this Wardmote to be observed: Next, the Articles that he. Act for the Reformation of Abuses in the Wardmote-Inquest, with the Articles & Charge of the said Inquest, with others relating to the City: Charter of Henry K.
of England, concerning the Ordinance Romeney-Marsh: Turner 's Case of the Bankers stated, the Property of the Subject asserted: A grand Court of Wardmote was held in the Guildhall, on Monday, by the Lord Mayor and Aldermen, to receive the presentments of the several Wardmote Inquests.
The neglect of resident traders to take out their freedom, and the filth of the streets, formed general topics of notice in many of the presentments.
The Ward of Aldersgate pre- sented a long list of persons who were supposed not to have take. This ward is under the government of an Alderman, his Deputy, and nine other Common Council men; thirteen wardmote inquest men, eight scavengers, ten constables, and a beadle.
The jurymen returned by the wardmote inquest serve in the several courts of Guildhall in the month of August. Broad walk, 1. In the Tower. Bargehouse, Southwark.
INTRODUCTION § I. Life of Stow. John Stow, or Stowe (he spelt his name indifferently in either way), the first painful searcher into the reverend antiquities of London, was himself most fittingly a citizen of long descent, His grandfather, Thomas Stow, citizen and Tallow-Chandler, had died about the end of March,nearly two years after the birth of his famous grandson, and left his body.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Inmy piece ‘‘To avoide all envye, malys, grudge and displeasure’: sociability and social network in the London wardmote inquest, c’ won the Curriers’ Company London History Essay Prize.
In Decemberit had been posted in The London Journal and ended up being my very first book. This article had been predicated on. THE SURVEY OF LONDON. BY JOHN STOW Citizen of London. LONDON PUBLISHED by J M DENT & SONS L TD AND IN NEW YORK BY E P DUTTON & CO INTRODUCTION.
Stow’s Survey of London, from its first publication inhas taken rank as the first authority on the history of London, but this very fame has been the cause of some injury to the unity of the work, owing to the additions of.
“The pub was built on the side [sic]of a monastery which dated to where, amongst other duties, the monks brewed ale.” – it was a friary, not a monastery. They were friars, not monks. A house for the Carmelites, more fully the Order of the Brothers of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel, was founded by Sir Richard Gray in Fleet Street in or aboutnot AN ACT FOR THE REFORMATION OF DIVERS ABVSES VSED IN the Wardmote Inquest: Together with the Articles of the charge of the said Inquest.
By the Maior. To the Alderman of the Ward. Wardmote Inquest for a yeere. Inquest dying. Non appearance. Watch, Light, Vizard. Common Councell. The Oath. Constables, Scavengers, Beadle, Raker. Roll of names.
Articles from the "London Times," signed a "States" 'man, with others from the "New York Courier and Enquirer," under the same signature.
(Boston, ), by E. Childe (page images at HathiTrust) Articles of impeachment against Sir John Gurney Knight. It may have also been before a wardmote, which held inquests for, among other things, complaints involving prostitution (I. Archer, The Pursuit of Stability: Social Relations in Elizabethan London (Cambridge, ), pp.
78, ). There is no mention of indictment, which would have required 12 or more citizens to swear under oath that there Author: Mark R. Horowitz. Details of Fa/LC/1; Reference: Fa/LC/1 Description: The earliest parts of the book (folios 5rr and 30rv) appear to have been written in the early years of the fifteenth century, probably soon after,followed closely by folios 27rv.
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Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them., Free ebooks since The book consists of Preliminarys divided into two parts, and a third section called the Council of Legislators; then follows the Model of the Commonwealth, or the body of the book; and lastly coms the Corollary or Conclusion.
The preliminary discourses contain the principles, generation, and effects of all governments, whether monarchical. I am very well aware, that now a-days the Mayor, in his Precept which he sends to the Alderman, to hold his Wardmote, directs, That the Inquest should return the Names of the Offenders, with their Additions and Places of Abode, that they may be prosecuted by due Course of Law: And that the Practice now is, when the Presentments are return'd to.
In the mayoralty of Gregory de Rokeslee (–81) an ordinance was made whereby each wardmote was to elect four men 'a garder les pavimens e les desturbances' (C. Letter-Book A, ; cf. Lib. Cast., i, ). In four paviors were sworn for the whole City. Full text of "Liber albus: the white book of the City of London" See other formats.
He was Foreman of the Wardmote inquest,and he held the rank of Captain of the Trained Band in the London militia for several years, holding the rank of major two or three years more. Somewhere near the end of his life he was a Governor in the New River Company; he was a trustee for Sir William Backhouse in that company.
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Domesday Book Briefly, the Domesday Book was the outcome of King William I's attempt to find out just what it was he'd conquered in As a newcomer, he knew little of the resources of England, and particularly of those resources on which the king had direct call.
But he knew well enough that the land was the source of wealth and power. [Note: This is a work in progress] Revised: 25 May, Note: As corrections are made to the files, they will be made here first (the “Pages” section of the OLL) and then when completed the entire volume will be added to the main OLL collection (the “Titles” section of the OLL).
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In there was a complaint by the wardmote inquest against Sarah Fortescue, widow and victualler of the Boar’s Head alehouse in Fleet Street, for keeping her house open at unseasonable hours, frequently the greatest part of the night, and for harbouring and entertaining “lewd women and other infamous and disorderly persons to the great.
THE CHIEFEST MATERIALS THAT Go to the Compilement of this new Peece. A Proeme. The Historical part of London touching her first Rise and Foundation, with her degrees of growth.; 3.
Of the Great and glorious Temple of St. Pauls, with its dimensions, and places annexed; together, with the rest of the Churches in City, or Suburbs. Read Morning Chronicle Newspaper Archives, May 1,p. 26 with family history and genealogy records from London, Middlesex Several other Fleet Street hostelries were situated in Shire Lane, and among them was the ` GRIFFIN,' which is notable as having been the tavern whence Sir John Denham, then a student in Lincoln's Inn, and some boon companions set out in a drunken frolic one night in the yearand having obtained pots of ink and brushes, solemnly proceeded.
(Letter-Book E. ) On Wednesday next after the feast of Saints Fabian and Sebastian, 13th Edward II, Lawrence the Barber, one of the men sworn to keep the Poultry Market on Cornhill, laid an information against John Bakon that he the said John was a. The book will be sent post free direct from the author's residence, 8, Burton- crescent, London, W.
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4.) the compasse and circuit of the Wall was mea sured, and a note thereof taken and registred in the Re cords of the Chamber. Let me present you with the Co py of it, in the identity of words and language that I finde it. The great inquest of is illustrated by the famous Cambridgeshire return, as well as by characteristic excerpts from the final condensation that became known as Domesday Book.
Although Henry I's reign is especially noteworthy for the development of a more efficient central government, it has little to offer in the way of formal. Full text of "The Endowed charities of the City of London: reprinted at large from seventeen reports of the Commissioners for Inquiring Concerning Charities: with a copious index" See other formats.We have new books nearly every day.
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