10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GILDHALL»
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England and the German Hanse, 1157-1611: A Study of Their ...
Gildhall. certificates. At the beginning of Henry IV's reign the Hanseatics were
advised that their privileges should be enjoyed only by those merchants and
shippers who bore sealed letters of identification from their native towns. To what
Diss. — An account of the Gildhall will be found in Norf. Arch., vol. ii., p. 11. It is
there spoken of as a thing of the past. FORNCETT. — The Guildhall mentioned
by Miss F. G. Davenport in Tlie Economic Development of a Norfolk Manor has
He granted to the citizens a place near the gildhall to house the friars minor, and
the citizens then granted to the friars part of the land on which the gildhall stood,
the grant being confirmed by the king on 7 February 1231.2 A few years later (17
Annals of Commerce, Manufactures, Fisheries, and Navigation: ...
1220_The merchants of Cologne in Germany (perhaps in consequence of King
John's invitation in the year 1203) established a hall or factory in London called
their Gildhall, for the saisine (or legal posseffion) of which they now paid thirty ...
David Macpherson, Adam Anderson, 1805
Annals of Commerce, Manufactures, Fisheries, and Navigation, ...
I22o--The merchants of Cologne in Germany (perhaps in consequence of King
John's invit'ation in the year I2o3) established a ha'll or factory in London called
their Gildhall, for the saifine (or legal possession) of which they now paid thirty ...
David MacPherson, Adam Anderson, 1805
Annals of Commerce, Manufactures Fisheries and Navigation. - ...
A'mal. War/tri. p. 18 3, ed. Galen-Rob. of Glouc. p. 515.] 1220_The merchants of
Cologne in Germany (perhaps in confequence of King John's invitation in the
year 1203) established a hall or factory in London called their Gildhall, for the
The Commons in the Parliament of 1422: English Society and ...
This was not the method in employment there as late as 1452, when an
ordinance provided for the election of the burgesses of parliament by a majority
of their co-burgesses in the Gildhall, and certainly it was not the practice used
before that ...
Shakespeare's Restless World: A Portrait of an Era in Twenty ...
The Gildhall, Stratford upon Avon, where John Shakespeare presided as a town
officer, where William was entitled to a free education in the grammar school
upstairs and probably where he saw his first plays. The Stratford Gildhall may
Biographical History of Gonville and Caius College Volume V. ...
... the tendency for the Gildhall meeting or " morning-speech " to become a
Mayor's sessions was well- marked. The very phrase " Mayor's sessions " was
used (p. 19), when in the Gildhall morning-speech very multifarious pleas were
Records of the Borough of Leicester
Account on the Building of the Gildhall. Box 14, No. 388 (4)1. [1366.] Expenses
on the Gildhall of Leicester. First beginning on Monday next after the feast of St
Gregory the Pope, in the 40th year, viz. in shovels (sheuelus), spade (spade),
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