Hastings family papers : Special subjects : Ship money, 1635-1638.

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Hastings family. Hastings family papers : Special subjects : Ship money, 1635-1638.

Hastings family papers : Special subjects : Ship money, 1635-1638.

Copies and transcripts of legal opinions and other papers concerning ship money, including the arguments of Oliver St. John, Sir Edward Littleton, and Sir John Bankes (1635); copy of the letter from Charles I to the judges of the Kings Bench, Common Pleas, and the Barons of Exchequer and their opinions (1636), and transcripts of the opinions given in the Exchequer Chamber (1637-1638).

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Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649

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Title: King of Great Britain and Ireland British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001084.0x0001b0 John Bennett of Symondsbury, Dorset, yeoman, was the grandfather of John Every, the ward of the Prince of Wales. Barbara Every was the widow of John Every, deceased, and mother of John Every, ward of the Prince of Wales. From the description of Lease from Charles, Prince of Wales, to John Bennett of Symondsbury,...

England and Wales. Court of the Exchequer.

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Hastings family.

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Littleton, Edward Littleton, Lord, 1589-1645

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England and Wales. Court of King's Bench

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James Corker (1636-1715) converted to Roman Catholicism in his youth, and joined the English Benedictines at Lambspring in Hanover in 1656. Returning to England in 1665, he eventually became chaplain to Queen Catherine. Named by Titus Oates in the Popish Plot, Corker was imprisoned in Newgate until his acquittal in 1679. He was then reimprisoned, charged with high treason for accepting ordination as a Catholic priest, and condemned to death in 1680. Reprieved by Charles II, he was released from ...

St. John, Oliver, 1598?-1673

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Lord chief justice. From the description of Document signed : [Westminster], 1656 June 30. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270635016 Chief-justice. From the description of Receipt signed : [London], 1647 May 4. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270635266 ...

England and Wales. Court of Common Pleas

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Mary Holbeme was the wife of Robert Holbeme. From the description of Exemplification of a final concord by the Court of Common Pleas between John Allerhede and Henry Estbroke, querentes, v. Robert Holbeme, Gent. and Mary Holbeme, deforciant [manuscript], 1566 May 1. (Folger Shakespeare Library). WorldCat record id: 457270877 Elizabeth Sherley was the wife of Thomas Sherley. From the description of Copy of final concord by the Court of Common Pleas between Richard...

Bankes, John, Sir, 1589-1644

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