Documentary Notes Relating to the District of Turton: Ed. and Comp. by Jas. C. Scholes

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"Evening news" & "Journal" offices, 1882 - Entwisle Manor - 161 pages
 

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Page 94 - Court shall think fit to award to the defendant in the said cause, then the above written obligation to be void, or else to remain in full force and virtue.
Page 14 - Major-General under the Earl of Derby, To whom the grateful erector, Alexander Rigby, Esq., was Cornet ; And when he was High Sheriff of this county, AD 1679, Placed the high obligation on the whole Family of the Tyldesleys...
Page 14 - Alexander Rigby, Esq., was cornet, and when he was High Sheriff of this county (AD 1679) placed this high obligation on the whole family of the Tyldesleys to follow the noble example of their loyal ancestor.
Page 95 - Yielding and paying therefor, at the expiration of the said year, one pepper corn, if the same shall be lawfully demanded : to the intent, that by virtue of these presents, and by force of the statute...
Page 14 - And followed the fortune of the Crown through the Three Kingdoms, And never compounded with the Rebels though strongly invested ; And on the 25th of...
Page 82 - This is the final agreement, made in the court of the lord the King at Lancaster, on the morrow of S.
Page 121 - That then this obligacon to be void and of none effect, or else the same to stand remaine and be in full force strength and vertue.
Page 104 - To be holden of the Chief Lord or Lords of the fee or fees of the premises by the rents and services for the same due and of right accustomed...
Page 136 - Viet., c. 56), recites that the executor nominate has given upon oath an inventory of the personal estate and effects of the deceased 'at the time of his death,' situated in Scotland, or England or Ireland.
Page 29 - To fight for England's weal, I trow, And good King Harry's right ; His loyal heart was warm and true, His sword and buckler bright. " That sword, once felt the craven foe, Its hilt was black with gore ; And many a mother's son did rue His might at Agincourt. " And now he stately steps his hall — 'A summons from the King? My armour bright, my casque and plume, My sword and buckler bring. " ' Blow, warder, blow ; thy horn is shrill...

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