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The History of the County of Lincoln,: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time;

 By Thomas Allen

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By Thomas Allen
Contributor John
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Published 1833
John Saunders, junior.
86 pages
Original from Oxford University
Digitized Feb 1, 2007
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vermuyden, wainfleet, stukeley
86
kesteven, priory, gilbertine
100
remigius, buckden, transept
181
botolph, gowt, precentor
194
brayford, fery, gaol
202
botolph, skirbeck, canwick

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History of the County of Lincoln: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time
by Thomas Allen, John Saunders - 1833
First portion published in 1830 bearing Allen's name; present copy contains additionalillustrations.
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History of the County of Lincoln: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time
by Thomas Allen, John Saunders - 1833
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The History of the County of Lincoln,: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time;
by Thomas Allen - 1834 - 86 pages
Error in paging, Vol.2: 201-204 numbered 101-104.
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Peterborough - Page 304
A new day of trial was appointed ; but as they were carrying him to be buried according to his own appointment at Peterborough, passing on their way ...
more pages: 284 305 342
Grimsby - Page 25
and in part left bare at low water along the whole of the coast from Skegness to Grimsby, particularly at Addlethorpe and Mablethorpe. ...
more pages: 17 195
Canterbury - Page 281
The abbot of Croyland having applied to his friends the archbishop of Canterbury and bishop of Ely to influence the sheriff in his favour, ...
more pages: 296 304
York - Page 66
and a perfect communication formed by water betwixt Lincoln and York, and every subordinate station on the west of the Trent or north of the Humber. ...
more pages: 196 249
Lancaster - Page 249
until the year I486 ; when Cardinal and Archbishop Bourchier and others, who were feoffees in trust for certain property of the duchy of Lancaster, ...
more pages: 114 194
Louth - Page 27
27 " On the 7th day of May, 1783, George Naylor, of Louth, in the county of Lincoln, well CHAP. II. borer, began to bore at the well in the ...
more pages: 17 82
Nottingham - Page 111
it seems to have had in it both horse and foot, and to have chiefly consisted of his own vassals, with whom he had taken Nottingham a little before. ...
more pages: 64 108
Newport - Page 206
Of the other monastic foundations in this city, the Augustine Friary was situate in Newport, the Dominican Friary to the west of the city prison, ...
more pages: 188 248
Oxford - Page 95
by calling it the counterpart of the cathedral of Christ Church, at Oxford, both in the ornaments of the tower and of the internal decorations. ...
more pages: 147 339
Sutton - Page 309
to his manor of Beby, where they succeeded by their preaching, and considerably improved this manor, with those of Sutton and Stapleton. ...
more pages: 25 156
Derby - Page 223
The counties of Lincoln, Nottingham, Leicester, and Derby, in the year 1376, petitioned that the staple might be held at Lincoln, as in the ordinance ...
more pages: 27 220
Evesham - Page 302
Norman's lands were given to his brother Leofric, and among the rest Badby, which, at the instigation of his confessor, a monk of Evesham, ...
more pages: 311 312
Rome - Page 207
to have been in commemoration of that emperor's attention to the wants of the city of Rome, by passing a decree for supplying it regularly with corn. ...
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London - Page 342
this town and its neighbourhood were chiefly celebrated for growing a great quantity of hemp, which was sent to London for the use of the navy. ...
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Cambridge - Page 309
from Normandy, who, being deep versed in philosophy and other primitive sciences, read lectures every day in a barn which they hired at Cambridge, ...
more pages: 146 330
Leicester - Page 143
under the tenth, by name Leovinus, the dioceses of Lindsey and Leicester were incorporated, in 951, and the see transferred to Dorchester, ...
more pages: 144 301
Rouen - Page 281
the chief justice referred the whole back to the king at his request; to whom the prior and abbot again sent their messengers, he being then at Rouen; ...
more pages: 145 290
Caen - Page 219
to merchants of Caen and Ostend 11 00 Ditto of ditto let to merchants of Arras 13 6 8 Ditto of a house, late William de Gaunt 1 15 0 Ditto of a house, ...
more pages: 144 189
Norwich - Page 223
from York to Hull, from Lincoln to Boston, from Norwich to Yarmouth, from Westminster to London, from Canterbury to Sandwich, and from Winchester to ...
more pages: 221 319
Coventry - Page 151
He had been successively Bishop of Rochester, Lichfield, and Coventry, and he was afterwards removed to the see of Durham in 1617, then to that of ...
more pages: 150 247
Salisbury - Page 160
this has been increased at a subsequent period, and formed into a square fagade, of great beauty, resembling the west front of Salisbury cathedral, ...
more pages: 150 153
Gloucester - Page 109
He had married a daughter of the Earl of Stephen «t Gloucester, but notwithstanding so intimate a bond of alliance, he had hitherto avoided to engage ...
more pages: 110 112
Liverpool - Page 141
Lincoln, imitating the laudable example afforded by Manchester and Liverpool, in the year 1814, laid the foundations of a public library which ...
more pages: 275
Jerusalem - Page 274
There is nothing remaining of this hospital, excepting an old house, called Jerusalem house, but which appears rather to have been built from the ...
more pages: 249 303
Greenwich - Page 70
This order was signed at the king's manor of Greenwich, the 21st day of February, the fifteenth of Henry VII. By a rate made in the time of Margaret, ...
more pages: 1
Southampton - Page 223
from Lincoln to Boston, from Norwich to Yarmouth, from Westminster to London, from Canterbury to Sandwich, and from Winchester to Southampton, ...
more pages: 225
Ipswich - Page 248
In the mean time, an officer, with a warrant from the Bishop of Winchester, had searched the farm house, and pursued Fox to Ipswich ; where, ...
Pembroke - Page 111
One of these was led by Alan, Earl of Dinan and of Richmond, with whom were joined the earls of Meulant, of Norfolk, of Surrey, of Pembroke, ...
more pages: 319
Manchester - Page 141
Lincoln, imitating the laudable example afforded by Manchester and Liverpool, in the year 1814, laid the foundations of a public library which ...
Rotherham - Page 149
Thomas Scot, called Rotherham, from the place of his nativity, was translatad from Rochester to Lincoln in 1471, and nine years afterwards, to York. ...
more pages: 320
Venice - Page 327
From this singular situation, it has been compared to Venice. The inhabitants are principally occupied in grazing, attending geese, or in the business ...
Northampton - Page 310
The east stone in cono capitis, to the left to the north by that laid by earl Robert, was laid by Syrnon earl of Northampton, with 100 marks, ...
more pages: 111
Ostend - Page 219
to merchants of Caen and Ostend 11 00 Ditto of ditto let to merchants of Arras 13 6 8 Ditto of a house, late William de Gaunt 1 15 0 Ditto of a house, ...
Tunis - Page 284
He also raised the bell tower over the prior's prison, called the Oven, or Arch, and, by Sir William Dugdale, in his plan of this place, Tunis ; which ...
Cologne - Page 219
called the king's booths 28 13 4 Ditto of houses let to the merchants of Ipres 20 0 0 Ditto of ditto let to merchants of Cologne 25 10 0 Ditto of ...
Kensington - Page 153
He died at Kensington, near London, April 22, 1675, and was ~ interred behind the high altar in Lincoln Cathedral, where a monument was erected to his ...
Bury - Page 246
Caius, was John Boston of Bury, so named because he was born at Boston, though removing from thence he became a monk of Bury. ...
Huntingdon - Page 315
The abbot of Croyland was charged wh treason ; but on his appearance before the king's justices at Huntingdon was acquitted. ...
more pages: 87 303
Warwick - Page 319
About this time the king quarrelled with the earl of Warwick, and forbid him and the rest of his faithful lords his presence. ...
more pages: 86 320
Bristol - Page 329
He was constituted suffragan bishop of Bristol to Latimer of Worcester 1537, made dean of Worcester 1641, translated to Rochester in 1544, ...
more pages: 112 223
Exeter - Page 100
He was a canon of Exeter, and abbot of St. Mary's in Cirencester. He was a poet, according to the criterion of those days, and so deeply versed, ...
Banbury - Page 319
marched to Newark and Nottingham, at which last place he received news of the defeat of the earl Pembroke with the Welsh under his command at Banbury. ...
Paris - Page 106
Count Caylus, in his Receuil d'Antiq. torn. ii. describes a similar kind of aqueduct, which supplied Paris with mineral water from Chailleot, ...
Lucca - Page 216
In the great roll of the pipe of the ninth of Edward I. is the Compotus of Buonricini Gicidon and other merchants of Lucca, in respect of the new ...
Doncaster - Page 44
Sir Ralph Hansby was at Doncaster exceedingly active and zealous in the royal cause. A rumour, true or false, was circulated in Lincolnshire, ...
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Hitchin - Page 87
With Baldock, Berkhampstead, Hertford, and Hitchin, in Hertfordshire. 6. Buckingham, the Deaneries of which are Buckingham, Burnham, Mursley, Newport, ...
Stafford - Page 73
a ready passage for vessels laden with the productions of the several counties of York, Nottingham, Derby, Leicester, Lancaster, and Stafford, &c. ...
Exmouth - Page 225
To this navy London sent twenty-five ships, Feversham twenty-two, Dover sixteen, Weymouth fifteen, Exmouth ten, Looe twenty, Portsmouth five, ...
Plymouth - Page 225
To this navy London sent twenty-five ships, Feversham twenty-two, Dover sixteen, Weymouth fifteen, Exmouth ten, Looe twenty, Portsmouth five, Plymouth ...
Dover - Page 225
To this navy London sent twenty-five ships, Feversham twenty-two, Dover sixteen, Weymouth fifteen, Exmouth ten, Looe twenty, Portsmouth five, ...
Portsmouth - Page 225
To this navy London sent twenty-five ships, Feversham twenty-two, Dover sixteen, Weymouth fifteen, Exmouth ten, Looe twenty, Portsmouth five, ...
Scarborough - Page 13
Bicker, Wainfleet, Burgh, Somercoats, Grimsby, Hallingborough, Harburgh, Thornton, Barrow, Barton, Wintringham, Alkborough,* and Scarborough. ...
Margate - Page 225
Dartmouth thirty-one, Margate fifteen, Shoreham twenty-six, Southampton twenty-one, Hull sixteen, (Jrimsby eleven, Lynn sixteen, Yarmouth forty-three. ...
Amsterdam - Page 42
Pieter Cruypenninck, at Amsterdam ... ... ... ... ... 440 Mrs. the Widow of Edward Bushop 400 Mr. Marcellus van Darin ». ••• 400 Sir James Cambell, ...
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Boston - Page 342
to one of the markets at Boston being held on the same day, and the influence which that town has acquired since the great improvements have been made ...
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Offa - Page 108
The Danes were now beginning their invasions of this part of the island, and though repulsed by Offa, with great loss, in 786, they for a long time ...
St. Augustine - Page 143
The first authentic record we have of the introduction of Christianity into this country was in the sixth century, when St. Augustine arrived to ...
Chapel Hill - Page 209
containing a larger ruin than the rest, and still going'by the name of Chapel Hill, marks the place where " the rude forefathers of the hamlet sleep. ...
Malmesbury - Page 294
Here Guthlac," says Malmesbury, " a young man of considerable family,f renouncing the profession of war, in which he had figured, entered at ...
Corpus Christi - Page 329
An ancient guild of Corpus Christi stood near Barley pit, where is now a house once belong- Ancient ing to Moses Stukeley, who owned the estate. ...
New York - Page 322
and the daughter and only child of the said Sir Thomas the son, and was a major-general, and appointed by queen Anne governor of New York in America, ...