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A public domain book is one that was never subject to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired. [^] The Sheriff's Maid Servant murdered her Baftard Child this Year, for which the unhappy Creature fuffer'd Death in 1673. 175 1674 Daniel Hoar | James Ranfon [ e ] Ifrael Popple ) George Bacchus 1675 William Shires \ Ezekiel Walker Robert Mafon ) Robert Standige 1676 William Foxley, 2 ") William Hayes [/] Hugh Foddle ) Matthew Hardy felves. JFi/liam Cob, Efq ; his fecond Wife, he left Richard and JFilliam, who furvived him. [Whitby.] 213 le)\ and liis Sister Elizabeth^ gave 50/. Beds ea Us it Streonef-halsh, the last Syllable signifying a Ha U. But as I happen'd to be at Henderskelf (or Castle- Hotcard) the other Day, I took Notice of the following Lines upon an Obelisk, which exceedingly pleas*d me, and will be acceptable in any succeeding Book of your Publication. PHARLES the Third Earl of Carlisle, of the Family of the Howards, ere Qt Room forbids me tell you what : niink what a Wife fihonld be, and she was that. William Norwood, of Filey, Ship- Carpenter, departed 1729.
Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country. \d\ The Exchange was very much beautified this Year, — An Examination being ordered to be made about the Fifti-Garths ; the Enquirers met at Howlden : And, vifiting Skeltan, they found two, which had 20 Rooms ; the higher 12, and lower 8 : One at Sandholm Bank, with 28 Rooms ; two at Saltmarsh, &c. — Ballad for Ships was ordered to be dug out of the Ha- ven, under ftrifl Penalties ; by which Means, it was rendered more navigable. As the former Gentleman retir'd to a private Life, I prefume it might have been his Son that was Mayor in 1688. Gilead Goche, being chofen Sheriff, refufed to (land ; be- caufe fome Obfcurities feem'd to appear in the Charter.
Public domain books are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover. They were order'd to be pu UM up, and Piles placed fo high, as that, when the Tide was in, the Veffels might keep clear of them. — An A£l of Parliament coming out, incapacitating eve- ry Roman Catholick from afting in any Office ; the Lord Bellqfis was obliged to refign his Places of Governour, and High-Steward of Hully to the Duke of Monmouth, [ ^ ] This worfhipful Mayor, was (about 4 Years afterwards) tum'd out from being an Alderman ; becaufe he had not took the Sacrament fo folemnly as requir'd ; or, if he did, had neglefled to have it regifter'd : In his Room, Mr. I do not perceive that any Fine was laid upon him, feveral Things being then difputable : Which, if (according to Encouragement) I live to publifh another Book relating to Htdl, (hall be amply treated of, fo far as to be fupplemental to what I have already done.
Marks, notations and other marginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. — Some Complaints were exhibited againftthe Commiffioners of Wine Licenfes, who ftrove to engrofs the Sale of that Liquor to them- felves. An antient Order, made in King Henry the Vlllth's Time, was reviv'd, which related to Chamberlains : Who, being obliged to receive the Town's Rents, and pay the Debts ; it fometimes happened, that, before the former became due, there was a Demand for the latter ; and, perhaps, they could not be disburfed 'till two or three Years after they were out of Office : To eafe this Grievance, it was de- creed. a-piece, out of the Common-Stock, (hould be freely lent them, upon giving Security. Ranfon, when he was elefted Chamberlain, refu- fed to receive the Money, or to obey the Orders of the Bench ; tho' he knew there were feveral By-Laws to inflift Penalties upon him for his Obftinacy ; and by which, no doubt, they diftrain'd upon his Goods, according to Advice, given to the Corporation, by Sir Wil" liam Jones, a celebrated Lawyer, in thofe Days.
This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. [^] On the 3d of January, dy'd General Monk, Duke oi AU bemarle, who was High-Steward oi Hull: In which laft Dignity, he was fucceeded by the Lord Bellafis. Within the Church are decent Galleries, adorn' d with Scripture Sen- tences : The Pulpit and Communion Table ornamented with red Velvet, frmg'd about with Gold, ^-e. Here lieth the Body of Nicholas Bernard, who was interred the 13th Day of March, 1673-4. eldest Son of Henry Cholmeley, Knight, Grandfon oi Richard Clkolme Uy, Knight, and of the Right Honourable Catharine Clifford Daughter of Henry Earl of Cumberland, Great Grandfon of Roger Cholmeley, Knight, defcended of the antient Family of the Cholmeleys of Cholmeley in Cheshire ; a Man equally admirable as well for the Gracefulnefs of his Prefence and noble Mein, as for the nobler Endow- ments of his Mind : Who, after he had been many Years a Justice of the Peace, the King's Lieutenant, and of the Council to the Lord Prefident of the North under the most ferene Prin- ces Tames and Charles, at length de- voutly and meekly refign'd his Spirit to God the 23d Day of September, 1631. By Su- sanna his first Wife, Daughter of John Ledgard, Efh ; he left Hugh C/iolmeley, Knight, zxi^Henry Cholnwley and Ric Juird Clwlmeley, Kt. George Trotter gave to the Church 3 Silver Salvers. The Words, in the Mbnastieon, are these : Fietura v Ureaqua est in Claustro de Streneshale, monstrat Scotos, qui propejines An^lorvim habitant, fuisse vel ad Gulielmi nothi tempora antropophagos, ^ Kane immanitatem a Gulielmi gla^ fuisse punitam. I%e Originals, in my Custody, are in the Shape of Snakes in their natural Coil : Some of a Chlden Colour repre* senting Adders; others more blue like Snakes, circling four or Jive times about. T Observe, that, in the Preface to your History of Rippon^ Page ix, x. It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. Let us here remember the pious Sir JOHN Li STER, who founded an Hofpital for poor Men, and Women : The Heirs of the faid Knight, with the Mayor and Aldermen, were to have the Management of it : To which, belonged a Chaplain and Clerk, that Care might be taken of tlie poor Peoples Souls, as well as Bodies. and Ursula Wife of George Trotter, Efq ; By Margaret, Daughter of . The Flaee, where they are found, is be* low the Cliff, in a hlewish, or rather an Earth of a Slatish Kind, the Colour aeure, more than Quarter of a Mile in Compass: Which, tho* eal Fd the Sear, yet is level with the Sands of the S^ Shore, and overflowed at every Tide, % Ven. you have given us that noble Inscrip- tion of the Gratitude of the Right Ho- nourable the I^rd CARLISLE to the Memory of one of his famous Ancestors. JF to Peifection these Plantations rise, If they agreeably my Heirs surprise ; This foithful Pillar ^1 their Age declare, As long as time these Characters shall spare : Here then with kind Remembrance r^ his Name, Who for Posterity perform'd the same. Usage guidelines Google is proud to partner with libraries to digitize public domain materials and make them widely accessible. [/] Some of the Family, of the worfhipful Mayor aforefaid, he bury*d in St. 1677 Henry Maifter, i | f George Mawfon [g] Mark Kir kby ) Robert Nettleton 1678 Chrift. Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians. John's Church, Leeds ; the Infcriptions over whom, Reader may find, in Latin, faithfully inferted, with an exaft Translation, in my Second Volume of Antiquities, Pag. in the latter Part of that, concerning Travels to fome Places iti tlie County, Z Digitized by Google 176 Mayors, Sheriffs, Chamberlains. Richardfon, 2 1 William Hydes [ h ] Francis Delacamp ) Anthony Caddy 1679 George Crowle, 2 \ Richard Ellis \i\ Antnony Ivefon ) John Chappelow [^] On the 3d of December^ an Order was made, Againjl any Per/on, in Power, who should abfent himfelf, in thofe Timesy when AJfiftance was neceffary to make By-Laws for the Publick Good.
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Do not assume that just because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries. Thro* the Lofs of which, and fome Veffels being broke, he afterwards pin'd, languiftied, and died ! were elefted Members of Parliament On the 2d of May, John Sharp, Digitized by Google Mayor Sy Sheriffs^ Chamberlains. 177 1680 Simon Siffon \ Robert Trippet [t] Matthew John/on ) Robert Lemon 1681 Robert Mafon S John Haslewood \i\ Lionel Buckle ) Michael Beilby Sharp, Archbifliop of St.