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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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Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History

English periodicals - 1893
...the xxiiij daye of Novembre my lorde paied to Larken, to by him a gown of colon russet . . ." Again, in the 'Privy Purse Expenses of Elizabeth of York," queen of Henry VII., is the entry (p. 104) : — " March 1503. Itm. payed to Cristofe Ascue for v yerdes of cotton russet...
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Historical Papers, Volume 2

John Morris, Sidney F. Smith - Catholics - 1893
...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 System of syphilis v. 2, 1908, Volume 2

Sir D'Arcy Power - 1908
...early records of syphilis in England are singularly scanty, and it is not until 1503 that an entry occurs in the Privy Purse expenses of Elizabeth of York, Queen of Henry VII, concerning ' twenty shillings paid to a surgeon who healed John Petriche, one of the sonnes of mad...
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The Ancestry of Mary Isaac, C. 1549-1613: Wife of Thomas Appleton of Little ...

Walter Goodwin Davis - 1955 - 401 pages
...Haute, of the office of steward of Hanslep, co. Northampton, was made on Sept. 22, 1485. f Two items in the privy purse expenses of Elizabeth of York, queen of Henry VII, may refer to him: (1) Aug. 1502. "Item to Jaques Hawte for money paid by him to a woman that brought...
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A History of Epidemics in Britain

Charles Creighton, David Edward Charles Eversley, E. Ashworth Underwood, Lynda Ovenall - Epidemics - 1965
...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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