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officers of this court, states that on 10 April 1450, in London, John Duke forcibly took and carried off one blue woollen cloth worth 7m, against the peace and to his damage of 100s. Pleading: JD granted licence to imparl

return to the writ is not recorded in the Letter-Book. The names of those returned are given in the Parliamentary Blue Book of 1878 (vol. lxii.) as William Staundon, Nicholas Wotton, John Sudbury, and Hugh Ryebrede. William "de Chateleshunte" appears

44, 45; black, 42; blue, 30; green, 30; red, 30, 52; russet, 30; white, 30, 55. Sasers , n. p . saucers, sauce vessels, 38. Sater , n . psalter, 411. Satin , black, 43; blue, 30, 31; cri mson,

long streamers with the Companies Armes, the ground of them Redd. Two long streamers with the Companies Armes, the ground Blue. Fifty Trumpet Banners with the Companies Armes. Banner and Streamers, Old and not Serviceable . One long Streamer, ground

of S. Thomas de Acon and S. Mary de Aldermanbury. To Richard Person his servant he leaves a gown of blue motlee furred with calabre , and another parted with murre , a flat piece of silver or two marks,

c. Among other bequests she leaves to Margaret her servant her entire bed, viz., three curtains with selur 4 of blue card , 5 a coverlet with testur of green, a pair of sheets, two blankets, and a quylt .

Co. Co. Walbrook 1689-(?) 1702; M.P. London 1701, 1701-10 (contested 1698, 1710) Helston 1715-22, Lymington 1722-7, St. Germans 1727-33; Colonel Blue Regiment 1707-10, 1714-33; President St. Thomas' Hospital 1722-33; President Honourable Artillery Company 1720-33 (Treasurer 1708-11, Vice-President 1711-20); Director Bank

his deputy for chastisement according to the rule of the order; as he is wandering about in secular habit, despising the habit of religion, to the peril of his soul and the scandal of that order, as the master has

notwithstanding that he is a Friar Preacher, etc., but as soon as he obtains possession he is to wear the habit worn in the said monastery, etc. Religionis etc . (At the end: N . xxx . Expedita x o

of St. Mary, Corcomroe ( de Petra fertili ), O. Cist., in the diocese of Kilfenora, give him the regular habit, and receive his profession, and thereupon make provision to him of the said monastery, value 24 marks sterling, without

money; that after the said bargain the said ordinary made the said collation and provision, and gave him the regular habit, without his having made any other profession, or his having obtained any other dispensation on account of the said

remove him, and in that event to receive Donatus as a canon of the said monastery, give him the regular habit, and receive his profession, and thereafter to collate and assign to him the said priory, conventual, with cure, and

Thomas, who also alleged that the said fruits etc. did not exceed 95 marks sterling a year, give him the habit, and receive his profession. The recent petition of Dermit Ohyffirnayn, a monk of the monastery of St. Mary, Inishlounaght

pope committed to the said cardinal. As soon as he receives these presents he is to wear the same regular habit as is worn in St. Mirrin's and to conform to its institutes. Apostolice solicitudinis . Concurrent letters to the

seven years visited the church and the prior and chapter; and that the novices, before being tonsured and assuming the habit, have been wont to be presented by the prior and chapter to the bishop or his commissary and by

as was imputed to him. And the said Mayor and Aldermen further imputed to him that he was in the habit of so deceiving persons and asked him how he would acquit himself thereof. And the said Richard, making answer,

their order, as they had signified the king that the said John, despising the habit of the order, is wandering about the country in secular habit, to the peril of his soul and the scandal of the order'. There seems

vicars 56 l. 2 s. 4 d. Commons of the master of the schools, because he did not wear his habit in the choir nil . Commons of the chaplains of B.M., 45 s. 6 d. ; of the keepers

found by another inquisition, taken by the late escheator, that the said Joan has of her own will taken the habit of religion of the order of St. Gilbert of Sempyngham at Chikesond, the said Margaret being her next heir,

to find security to the said receiver for all then or thereafter due, and swore upon the cross of his habit in presence of William Cecyll esquire, Thomas Berners and Bartholomew Knyght, literate persons of the dioceses of Lincoln and

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