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" HOUSEHOLD BOOKS, viz. The EARL of NORTHUMBERLAND'S, edited by the late BISHOP PERCY :—The PRIVY PURSE EXPENSES of ELIZABETH of YORK, QUEEN of HENRY VII. "
The House and Farm Accounts of the Shuttleworths of Gawthorpe Hall, in the ... - Page 621
by Shuttleworth family - 1857
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Catalogue of the Library of Joseph Walter King Eyton ...

Joseph Walter King Eyton - Private libraries - 1848 - 225 pages
...4to, nd / - 2 • • 0 793 HOUSEHOLD BOOKS, me. The Earl of Northumberland's, edited by Bp. Percy; the Privy Purse Expenses of Elizabeth of York, Queen of Henry VII; the Privy Purse Expenses of Henry VIII, by Sir Harris Nicolas ; and the Privy Purse Expenses of the...
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Notes and Queries: A Medium of Intercommunication for Literary Men, General ...

Questions and answers - 1855
...Sir Fred. MADDEN'S Household Books, viz. the Earl of Northumberland's, ed. by the late BISHOP PERCY : The Privy Purse Expenses of Elizabeth of York, Queen of Henry VII. by SIB HARRIS NICOLAS ; The Privy Purs-! Expen-cs of Henry VIII., by SIB HARRIS NICOLAS ; Th* Privy...
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Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of ...

Cheshire (England) - 1857
...is not improbable that the statute 8 Eliz. cap. 7, " An act touching drapers, cottoners and frizers of Shrewsbury," to restrain the buying and selling..." I am dejected; I am not able to answer the Welsh flannel' — ie Sir Hugh Evans, the parson. In the same scene he also asks, "Shall I have a coxcomb...
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The Archaeological Journal, Volume 18

Archaeology - 1861
...unpublished. We are indebted to the late Sir Nicholas H. Nicolas for the interesting publications, — The Privy Purse Expenses of Elizabeth of York, Queen of Henry VII., and also those of Henry VIII. ; a few other materials for History, of a like nature, have been brought...
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The Wedding Day in All Ages and Countries, Volume 2

Edward J. Wood - Marriage customs and rites - 1869
...Lorde King Edward the iiij"" 5 ,—Velvet of divers colours xxvij yerdes, satyn blac xxvjj yerdes." The privy purse expenses of Elizabeth of York, Queen of Henry VII., under date 1502, contain the following items: " Item the last day of Marche to William Pastone page...
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English Midwives: Their History and Prospects

James Hobson Aveling - Electronic books - 1872 - 187 pages
...of the said Margery." — 13 Edward IV. ALICE MASSY. This was another Royal midwife. We learn from the privy purse expenses of Elizabeth of York, Queen of Henry VII, that in March, 1503, Alice Massy received her salary of 10 as Queen's midwife. ELIZABETH GAYNSFORDE....
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The Hosier & glover's gazette and outfitter's chronicle, Volume 2

...good positions in royal establishments. Several payments to Bobynet, "the Quene's brawderer," appear in the privy purse expenses of Elizabeth of York, Queen of Henry II. He was paid 16d. a week for his " bourde wages, and allowed 2 per annum for house rent.'' " Broiderers...
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The Dublin Review, Volume 102

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1888
...means of testing the statement about the triple offering. Fortunately, Sir Harris Nicolas has printed the Privy Purse Expenses of Elizabeth of York, Queen of Henry VII., for the year 1502. Being unwell in the spring of that year, and unable herself to go on pilgrimage,...
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A History of Epidemics in Britain, Volume 1

Charles Creighton - Epidemics - 1891 - 885 pages
...references, although that proves nothing as to its actual beginning in epidemic form. In the book of the Privy Purse Expenses of Elizabeth of York, queen of Henry VII., there is an entry under the date of March 15, 1503, of a sum of forty shillings paid on behalf of John...
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A History of Epidemics in Britain, Volume 1

Charles Creighton - Epidemics - 1891 - 885 pages
...references, although that proves nothing as to its actual beginning in epidemic form. In the book of the Privy Purse Expenses of Elizabeth of York, queen of Henry VII., there is an entry under the date of March 15, 1 503, of a sum of forty shillings paid on behalf of...
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