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A Chronicle Of London From 1089 To 1483

Auhtor: Anonymous

Language: english
Published: 1827

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... SHOE-LANE. [Illustration: ALERE FLAMMAM.]. [Illustration: Fac-simile of a page of the Chronicle of London in the Harleian M.S. 565, fol. 37. J. ...
... aldermen, with the counseill and assent of alle the citee, and be othe sworne on the Evaungelies, that fro this tyme forth there schull never schirreves ...
... nothyng worthy to be preysed. Also in this yere Reynold of Lanfare,[17] Robert Pynot, Poule of Stebenhithe, Thomas Corewener, John Tholosan, Thomas ...
... and gentyles for the deth of the seid Piers. REX EDWARDUS SECUNDUS. [1321-1323.]. Hamo Chikewell, m'. Ric' Constantyn. A^{o}. xv^{o}. drap'. ...
... Lytele. [Sidenote: The first duk of Lancastre.]. The same yere after Estre the kyng held his parlement at Westm', in whiche parlement Herry erle ...
... hous, thanne tresorer of Engelond and frere William Appulton a grey frere, because he was phisicion to the duke of Lancastre, and Roger Leche sergeaunt ...
... a grete sawte, and he brente bothe in Cahaunt and in Flaundres. Also he toke the carykes of Jene, whiche he broughte to Wynchelsey and there, thorugh ...
... resceyve in payement swyche gold as wente that is to seye, zif a noble were worth v s. viij d., the kyng schulde taken it to the value of vj s. viij ...
... out of Neugate ayens nyght at serchynge tyme, thorugh helpe of his prest, and wente his wey hurtynge foule his kepere but at the laste, blessyd be ...
... was dampned, and the same day was drawe fro the Tour of London to Tiborn, and there hanged, hedyd, and quartered, and the heed sett upon London bregge ...
... aboveseid, wele and truely to holde, kepe and observe, and mayntene for al daies with al ther power, in manere as it is aboveseid without ende to ...
... to therle Marchal. The yonger doughter of therle of Somerset. The lady Roos. The lady Clifford to the erle of Northumberland.[133]. [Footnote ...
... July, there were comyng towards Compeigny of Scotts and of Armynakes to the nombre of iiij m^{l}. and in theire comyng thiderward therle of Huntyngdon ...
... of king H. iij.] fluttering in the tempest. In the year one thousand cclviij, at Teukysbury, a certain Jew on Saturday fell into a cesspool, and ...
... fluctibus agitati. Sed licet sint mirabiles elaciones maris, mirabilior tamen in altis Dominus, qui procellam convertens in auram, jam inter tot adversa ...
... escptz des gentz d'armes. M. ix^{e}. xxxiii. Gaudete in Domino semper. Les nomes de ceaux q'furent mortz a la dite battaile sont ceux. { Le Duc ...
... of gold as y herd say, Therfore there truayle was quyte them full well, For they wolde a mad a queynte aray. Wot ye right well, &c. Therfore song ...
... manere, Conveyd with seriaunts and othere officers, Statly horsyd, after the Mair ridyng, Passyd the subbarbes to mete with the kyng. [Footnote ...
... to them is a gret confusion, And to us ioy and felicite God hold them longe in every season: That Anglond may reioise concord and unite. Now is ...
... shuld be ateynte Fast to Westminstar ward I went, To a man of lawe to make my complaynt I sayd for Maris love, that holy seynt, Have pity on the ...