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Papers of Sir William Chaytor (1771-1847)

Papers of Sir William Chaytor (1771-1847)

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Published by North Yorkshire County Record Office in Northallerton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chaytor, William, -- Sir, -- 1771-1847.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title: Sir William Chaytor, 1771-1847.

    Other titlesSir William Chaytor, 1771-1847.
    Statementedited by M.Y. Ashcroft.
    SeriesNorth Yorkshire County Record Office publications -- no.50
    ContributionsAshcroft, M. Y. 1938-, North Yorkshire (England). County Record Office.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi,392p. :
    Number of Pages392
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19463328M
    ISBN 100906035473
    OCLC/WorldCa29254900

      Sir Anthony later attributed public outrage of this extravagance to 'jealousy'. Labour MP for Bury North David Chaytor was imprisoned for 18 months having claimed £18, in rent on a flat he owned. The scene from which this excellent picture is painted is taken from a passage in the autobiography [] of the celebrated Sir William Smith [] of his life when a schoolboy: we transcribe the passage: "One day Bill Tomkins [] and I were left alone in the house, the old doctor being out; after playing a number of pranks Bill laid me a bet.

      Posts about •Thomas Chaytor written by belfastchildis. In , the IRA extended its campaign to mainland Britain, attacking military and symbolically important targets to both increase pressure on the British government, via popular British opinion to concede to their demand to withdraw from Northern Irelan d and to maintain morale amongst their supporters. () avec Frederic William Maitland () comme Éditeur scientifique Pleas of the crown for the county of Gloucester, before the abbot of Reading and his fellows justices itinerant, in the fifth year of the reign of king Henry the third and the year of grace

    The Love Letters of Dorothy Osborne to Sir William Temple, –54 (New York: Dodd, Mead, ). Pearsall, Derek, ‘Middle English Romance and its Audiences’, in Historical & Editorial Studies in Medieval & Early Modern English for Johan Gerritsen, ed. Mary-Jo Arn and Hanneke Wirtjes, with Hans Jansen (Groningen: Wolters-Noordhoff, Biographical Sketches. Hesketh Pearson. Hesketh Pearson published his first full-length biography, Doctor Darwin, when he was By the time of his death thirty-four years later he had written another eighteen biographies, three travel books (all with Hugh Kingsmill), three books of reminiscences (one written with Malcolm Muggeridge), four collections of brief lives, a .


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Papers of Sir William Chaytor () Northallerton: North Yorkshire County Record Office, (OCoLC) Named Person: William Chaytor, Sir; William Chaytor, Sir: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: M Y Ashcroft; North Yorkshire County Record Office.

Get this from a library. The papers of Sir William Chaytor of Croft, a list with selected transcripts. [M Y Ashcroft]. Beilby was the son of Beilby Thompson (died ) and Sarah Dawes (died Papers of Sir William Chaytor book.

The Thompsons were a prominent Yorkshire family; Beilby senior was High Sheriff of Yorkshire in and the son of Henry Thompson, MP.

On his father's death inBeilby, still a boy, inherited the family estate of Escrick, under the tutelage of his attended Cambridge. Frederic William Maitland FBA (28 May – c. 19 December ) was an English historian and lawyer who is regarded as the modern father of English legal mater: Trinity College, Cambridge.

Chaytor family papers Description: William Chaytor of Spennithorne (): papers relating to political affairs, lead-mining, militia & lieutenancy (c.f. NYCROP 15) & other matters c [MIC,]. There are some records relating to Sir William Chaytor, 1st Bt., ( ), including correspondencearchitectural and building papers and designs of Bonomiand a patent of baronetcy ; records relating to the Jarrow estate of the Brown and Drewett family ; the Clervaux family cartulary; and records of J.C.

The Craddock or Cradock or Cradocke family appears on this Man family website site for the following reason: in about Tobias Cradock married Susannah Bourne and they had at least two children: Richard and Susannah.

Susannah married Dr. Henry Barnes and they had a daughter Susannah Barnes who married John Balchen. John and Susannah’s granddaughter. Papers of Sir William Chaytor of Croft (), his wife Peregrina (d. ) & his children, including Henry Chaytor () [MIC, ; NYCROP 33] Papers of Henry Chaytor of Croft () [MIC,] Date: 13th centth cent Held by.

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The travels and life of Sir Thomas Hoby, Kt., of Bisham Abbey, written by himself,ed. Edgar Powell Prince Rupert at Lisbon (), ed. Samuel Rawson Gardiner V The Despatches of William Perwich, English Agent in Paris,preserved in the Foreign State Papers of the Public Record Office, London, ed.

Draft/copy letter from James Raine to Sir William Chaytor, berating his refusal to loan the Clervaux Book, saying his reason “might have done for children but not for the body to which you and I belong and nothing would give me greater pleasure than to throw your letter into the fire”.

Blackstone, Sir William, Commentaries on The Laws of England, 19th edition, ed. Hovenden, London,Vol. VII Book of Homilies, The second Tome of Homilies, of such matters As were Promised and Entituled in the former part of Homilies, London, Cited by: Maitland, Frederic William (māt`lənd), –, English legal historian, educated at Cambridge.A thorough scholar, he founded the Selden Society for the publication of early English documents and edited many texts himself, such as Henry de Bracton's notebook and the Year Books of Edward II (completed by G.

Turner, 4 vol., –7).The History of English Law. For Sir William Chaytor, this had the potential to offer a great boon because he spent most of his life in dire financial straits. He had inherited the Croft estate in from his second cousin.

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Frederic William Maitland ([] ), ‘Lectures I and II: The Origins of Equity’, in A.H. Chaytor and W.J. Whittaker (eds), Equity – Also The Forms of Action at Common Law: Two Courses of Lectures, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1–11, 12–22 2.

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MAITLAND, FREDERIC WILLIAM (–), Downing professor of the laws of England, Cambridge, born on 28 May at 53 Guilford Street, London, was only son in a family of three children of John Gorham Maitland [q.

v.] by his wife Emma, daughter of John Frederic Daniell, F.R.S. v.]. Maitland, Frederic William,ed.: Bracton's Note book: A collection of cases decided in the King's courts during the reign of Henry the Third, (London: C.J.

Clay & sons, ), by Henry de Bracton (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). BATHO, G. (ed.) The Household Papers of Henry Percy, ninth Earl of N'orthumberland, ii Camden Soc. 3rd ser. XCIII. BECKETT, R. (ed.) John Constable's Correspondence. The Family at East Bergholt, I Suffolk Records Soc.

BIRLEY, E. Sir John Clerk's Visit to the North of England in I Trans Archit. and. Louis Charles Edwards from Salford, was an English businessman, most notable for being chairman of Manchester United from June until his death in February He was educated at a Catholic Grammar School but he left at the age of 14 to work in the family business, wholesale, meat packaging and processing, he was a Manchester United fan from childhood.fir Jf/ ' I BATTLE ABBEY 1 ROLL TV, Ocr GROUND PLAN OF THE AT Vol.

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