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" Newnham, some very scauty remains of which are still seen near the town ; and upon the dissolution of the religious houses in the reign of Henry VIII., it fell again to the Crown. "
The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful Knowledge - Página 186
1835
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An Historical, Topographical and Descriptive Account of the Weald of Kent

Thomas Downes Wilmot Dearn - 1814 - 277 páginas
...manor, was appendant the church, and the advowson of the vicarage, which so continued united until the dissolution of the religious houses in the reign of Henry VIII. when the former wa» granted to Sir Thomas Wyatt, and the latter settled on the dean and chapter of...
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History, Directory & Gazeteer, of the County of York: With Select ..., Volumen2

Edward Baines - 1823
...From this time the muninccnceand piety of princes and nobles, enriched the Abbey of St Mary, and on the dissolution of the religious houses, in the reign of Henry VIII. its annual revenue, according to Speed, amounted to £3085. 1*. 5 id. The privileges of this monastery...
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National History and Views of London and Its Environs ..., Volúmenes1-2

Charles Frederick Partington - 1834
...probability, that this fabric suffered by the dreadful fire in the reign of king Stephen. WXNCHESTER BOUSE. UPON the dissolution of the religious houses in the reign of Henry VIII., the property of the Augustine Friars, was severally disposed of. Part of the spoil was granted to Sir...
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Volúmenes3-4

1835
...Brewer or Briwere. After some changes it came to the Cistertian Monastery at Newnham, some very scanty remains of which are still seen near the town ; and...between the Royalists and Parliamentarians, in October, 164H, during the" great civil war, Sir R. Cholmondeley, who commanded the former, was killed. The Rev....
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The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

1835
...changes it came to the Cistertian Monastery at Newnbam, some very scanty ro. mains of which are st 1 ll seen near the town ; and upon the dissolution of the...fell again to the Crown. James I. granted it to Sir ¿V. Petre, afterwards Lord Petre, in whose family it sill remains. It is said there was lbrmerly a...
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The Book of the Constitution of Great Britain

Thomas Stephen - 1835 - 788 páginas
...wherein they had dwelt for three years. This seems to have been the origin of parish settlements. After the dissolution of the religious houses, in the reign of Henry VIII., the idle who would not, and the indigent, infirm, and aged, who could not work, were exceedingly numerous....
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National history and views of London with its environs, 2 vols

1837
...probability, that this fabric suffered by the dreadful fire in the reign of king Stephen. WIKCII3STEB. HOUSB. UPON the dissolution of the religious houses in the reign of Henry VIII., the property of the Augustine Friars, was severally disposed of. Part of the spoil was granted to Sir...
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A true account of the Hungarian revolution; its purposes and pretences: by ...

Hungarian revolution - 1851
...very offensive to the feelings of the l»y-holders of the property of the Catholic Church:— " At the dissolution of the religious houses in the reign of Henry VIII., the yearly income thence accruing amounted to £141,000. In a hundred years this would amount to £14,100,000....
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The provincialist: tales, essays and stanzas

George Fletcher (of Birmingham.) - 1857
...a short distance from Lemonsley Castle. His abode had formerly been a nunnery, but OB the downfall of the religious houses in the reign of Henry VIII., it fell into decay; in which state it continued till my father's time, who — it forming part of his possessions...
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The visitors' guide to Malvern

1861
...Brockbury likewise, in the parish of Colwall, Herefordshire, was a cell, and had two monks. At the time of the dissolution of the religious houses in the reign of Henry VIII., their revenue amounted to 318Z. Is. 5^d., according to Dugdale ; but according to Speed, it was 3751....
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