1 edition of memoirs of the town and county of Leicester found in the catalog.
memoirs of the town and county of Leicester
|Statement||To which is added, a brief supplimentary account of the present state of Leicestershire.|
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Get this from a library. The memoirs of the town and county of Leicester: displayed under an epitome of the reign of each sovereign in the English history: Containing, The Antiquities of each, and the Historical and Biographical Relations at Large.
To which is added, A Brief Supplimentary Account of the present state of Leicestershire. Throsby, John The Memoirs of the Town and County of Leicester: displayed under an epitome of the reign of each sovereign in the English History: two volumes in one First Edition Hardcover Leicester: printed for the Author, Very Good Book Publishing Details.
The memoirs of the town and county of Leicester: displayed under an epitome of the reign of each sovereign in the English history: By John Throsby. I had the opportunity to read a short book about, and by, an Army chaplain.
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Pike recently released his book, “Memoirs of a Chaplain,” a short paperback (fewer than pages). A history of Rutland, Worcester County, Massachusetts: from its earliest settlement, with a biography of its first settlers [supplement added] Family History Library Foundations of a town: early Rutland homes and families Internet Archive.
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With a large appendix, containing some particulars of the ancient Abbey of Lira in Normandy; astronomical remarks, adapted to the meridian of Hinckley; and biographical memoirs of several persons of eminence () (Reprint). The History and Antiquities of Hinckley, in the County of Leicester: Including the Hamlets of Stoke, Dadlington, Wynkin, and The Hyde.
With a Large Appendix, Containing Some Particulars of the Ancient Abbey of Lira in Normandy; Astronomical Remarks, Adapted to the Meridian of Hinckley; and Biographical Memoirs of Several Persons of Eminence - Ebook written by John.
English county histories, in other words historical and topographical (or "chorographical") works concerned with individual ancient counties of England, were produced by antiquarians from the late 16th century onwards.
The content was variable: some recorded archaeological sites, but others were heavily slanted towards the genealogies of county families and other biographical.
The son of Nicholas Throsby, alderman of Leicester and mayor inby Martha Mason, his second wife, was born at Leicester on 21 Decemberand baptised at St. Martin's Church there on 13 January following. In he was appointed parish clerk of St.
Martin's, which office he held until his death. He early turned his attention to the study of local history and. Agent of Death: The Memoirs of an Executioner, Rare Book Robert G.
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Full text of "Memoirs of memoirs of the town and county of Leicester book life of Colonel Hutchinson, Governor of Nottingham Castle and Town, representative of the County of Nottingham in the Long Parliament, and of the Town of Nottingham in the first parliament of Charles the Second, with original anecdotes of many of the most distinguished of his contemporaries, and a summary review of public affairs".
‘Collections towards the History and Antiquities of the Town and County of Leicester,’ 2 vols. ‘Chronological List of the Society of Antiquaries of London’ (in conjunction with Gough), Jacob Schnebbelie's ‘The Antiquaries' Museum’ (completed by Gough and Nichols), ‘Brief Memoirs of John Nichols.
Leicester was to deliver us, and a certain quantity of provision, especially corn and salt, and to relieve Newark. This town had been long besieged. The fortifications of the place, together with its situation, had rendered it the strongest place in England; and, as it was the greatest pass in England, so it was of vast consequence to the king 5/6.
The memoirs of the town and county of Leicester: displayed under an epitome of the reign of each sovereign in the English history: Containing, The Antiquities of each, and the Historical and Biographical Relations at Large.
To which is added, A Brief Supplimentary Account of the present state of Leicestershire. By John Throsby: volume III. Full text of "The Victoria history of the county of Leicester" See other formats. The Memoirs of the Town and County of Leicester () Select Views in Leicestershire () Supplementary Volume to the Leicestershire Views () The History and Antiquities of the Ancient Town of Leicester ().
The History and Antiquities of Hinckley, in the County of Leicester: Including the Hamlets of Stoke, Dadlington, Wynkin, and The Hyde.
With a Large Appendix, Containing Some Particulars of the Ancient Abbey of Lira in Normandy; Astronomical Remarks, Adapted to the Meridian of Hinckley; and Biographical Memoirs of Several Persons of Eminence3/5(1).
Leicester the History of a Mountain Place: Covering Leicester and Sandy Mush by Gregory Brookshire (, Hardcover) $ New Old Buncombe County NC Heritage Book Volume 1 & 2 Hardcover Asheville Genealogy. Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs is a four-volume set covering nine counties in the Hudson Valley / Mohawk Valley / Capital District area of upstate New York.
This online version is part of the Schenectady Digital History Archive, the local history and genealogy Web site of the Schenectady County Public Library, affiliated with the NYGenWeb, USGenWeb and American. Lady Glenconner was born Lady Anne Coke inthe eldest daughter of the 5th Earl of Leicester, and grew up at their ancestral estate at Holkham Hall in Norfolk, England.
A Maid of Honor at the Queen's coronation, she married Lord Glenconner in They had five children together, three of whom : Hachette Books. The history of the county of Worcester, in the commonwealth of Massachusetts: with a particular account of every town from its first settlement to the present time, including its ecclesiastical state, together with a geographical description of the same: to which is prefixed, a map of the county, at large, from actual survey.
The Jewry Wall is a substantial ruined wall of 2nd-century Roman masonry, with two large archways, in Leicester, stands alongside St Nicholas' Circle and St Nicholas' formed the west wall of a public building in Ratae Corieltauvorum (Roman Leicester), alongside public baths, the foundations of which were excavated in the s and are also open to view.
historical celebration of the town of brimfield, hampden county, mass, the clark w. bryon company, ; emory washburn, historical sketches of the town of leicester, massachusetts, during the first century from its settlement, j. wilson and son, John Nichols (2 February – 26 November ) was an English printer, author and antiquary.
He is remembered as an influential editor of the Gentleman's Magazine for nearly 40 years; author of a monumental county history of Leicestershire; author of two compendia of biographical material relating to his literary contemporaries; and as one of the agents behind Occupation: printer; antiquary.
The book which later became known as Leicester's Commonwealth was written by Catholic exiles in Paris and printed anonymously in  [note 5] It was published shortly after the death of Leicester's son, which is alluded to in a stop-press marginal note: "The children of adulterers shall be consumed, and the seed of a wicked bed shall be Issue: Sir Robert Dudley, Robert Dudley, Lord.
The Old Town Hall Library of Leicester w H u Hw. " In (S u-a o * Q C I-The Old Town Hall Library Whereas the Towne & Corporacon of Leicester being the shiretowne of that County hath been pleased piously to provide and furnish a fayre and decent Roome for a Library in that place, and to allot some meanes to maynteyne a Keeper of the.
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John Throsby, Memoirs of the Town and Count of Leicester: Displayed under an Epitome of the Reign of Each Sovereign, 6 vols (Leicester, ), i, p.
Martin Dunsford, Historical Memoirs of the Town and Parish of Tiverton in the County of Devon (Exeter, ), pp.
22, 24, 50, 60, About this Item: J Brice, Exeter, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Second Edition. Contemporary half calf and marbled boards in clean, bright condition, a little rubbed at the edges, portrait frontis, 3 plates, 1 plan and 1 map as called for, contents clean, some occsional spotting, The second edition with errata and addenda at the rear Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.
He was Governor of Gibraltar fromand wrote several books of memoirs based on his military experiences. He met Burton in Trieste in the late s and left a brief reminiscence—“I remember the Chief's annoyance at being made the object of.
On the 18th of December,the year in which Garrick died, Joseph Grimaldi, "Old Joe," was born, in Stanhope-street, Clare-market; a part of the town then as now, much frequented by theatrical people, in consequence of its vicinity to the theatres.
At the period of his birth, his eccentric father was sixty-five years old, and twenty-five. His memoir has been published in over 40 languages and was nominated for a Quill Award in the Best Debut Author category for Time Magazine named the book as one of the Top 10 nonfiction books ofranking at number 3.
Students in Tiffany Wooten’s English classes chatted with Beah via Skype in the Erwin High Media Center on Dec. BENJAMIN BROWN was born in Leicester, Worcester county, Mass., on the 17th of October, He was the son of Capt.
John Brown, who served with distinction among the colonial troops in the French war, and before and subsequently to the Revolution, for twenty years, represented the town of Leicester in the General Court of the state. He was married Apto Josephine, daughter of John and Mary Gay, and seven children have been born to them, Charles N., Mrs.
Ella Branning (of DeSota county), Fannie, Laura, Annie, Sadie and Mildred. [Memoirs of Florida] Bemis, H. E., is an old resident of the town [Green Cove Springs], having been here about twelve years.
He has a. Speede’s account is cited in J. Throsby, Memoirs of the Town and County of Leicester, Leicesterp. 61, n. ↩ Alex Dawson, Leicester Mercury, Thursday 2 March ↩ Ben Farmer, Leicester Mercury, Wednesday 11 May ↩Author: John Ashdown-Hill.
King Richard's Bridge, taken in John Throsby, The History and Antiquities of the Ancient Town of Leicester (Leicester, ) Bow Bridge, Throsby - Read. A history of the town of New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, A history of the town of Sullivan, New Hampshire, vol 2.
B & B Rare Books, Ltd. Madison Avenue, Suite New York, NY () [email protected] Clements1 ; M, #, b. 14 Decemberd. 29 September ; Last Edited=12 Jan ; Robert Clements was baptised on 14 December at Cosby, Leicestershire, England.1,2 He was the son of Richard Clements and Agnes Fellows.1 He married, firstly, Lydia (?).1 He died on 29 September at age 62 at Haverhill, Massachusetts, U.S.AThe Life of John Hutchinson: Memoirs of Colonel Hutchinson After this fight Fairfax took again the town of Leicester, and went into the West, relieved Taunton, took Bristol, and many other garrisons.
West Chester also and other places were taken that way. Meanwhile, the king, having coasted about the countries, came at last to.