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history of the county of Cambridge, from the earliest account to the present time.

Edmund Carter

history of the county of Cambridge, from the earliest account to the present time.

Wherein in given an account of its inhabitants, kings, air, rivers, soil, produce, dimensions, hundreds ... &c. also a particular account of the ancient and modern Cambridge, with the city of Ely ... likewise an account of the several towns and villages, in an alphabetical order. By Edmund Carter, of Cambridge. First printed in 1753.

by Edmund Carter

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Published by [Printed by S. & R. Bentley] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cambridgeshire (England) -- History

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA670 C2 C3 1819
    The Physical Object
    Pagination376p.
    Number of Pages376
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22330079M

    In a writer said Cambridge was situated in a low lying and dirty place. The Abbot of Kirkstead exercised the powers of a superior lord here in a somewhat arbitrary fashion; it being complained against him before Royal Commissioners as early as the reign of Edward I. In the 20th century Cambridge University continued to expand. George and the dragon. Pacy counted about 1, passing out at the evening service at the re-opening in April, ; while the services, and the surroundings, are alike calculated to inspire feelings of reverence, with hearty earnestness of worship; this is the result mainly due to the "decency and order" effected through the care and self-denying efforts of the restorers, for which all should be grateful.

    Prebendary Alfred Edgar Moore, formerly Vicar of Messingham, near Brigg, began his vicariate inbeing inducted into the benefice on August 24, in that year. In Campanili. Blackley's yard and Emmanuel Field. Terrot, Vicar of Wispington. Trafford, Esq. To the right of the inner doorway are initials M.

    And while the youth gay, Rough rivals, essay To rive and riddle each butt, Sage sires stand by, And coy maidens cry, To welcome the winning shot. The village feast was discontinued about 50 years ago. With fairly good sandstone in the present walls, and probably more in the foundations of an earlier church, to be exhumed, and an abundance in situ not far away, restoration, or even re-erection, might be effected, at a moderate outlay. Drawn by Harvard, and later Radcliffe College, brilliant men and women imparted an intellectual luster to the village.


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History of the county of Cambridge, from the earliest account to the present time. book

It was revived by Joseph Saunders —88a fine preacher and the ally of Charles Simeon, who used to attend his afternoon services. At the end of the 17th century the travel writer Celia Fiennes said Cambridge lay in a valley with marshy ground around it.

Baptists, At the west end of the south aisle is a plain lancet window of one light.

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The chancel was restored and an open roof put up inat a cost of pounds. James Fowler, the Architect, and containing one small modern bell, graven with the date and initials of W. In it was enacted at Cambridge that no two friars of the same convent might incept in one year, and that no two, whether Doctors or Bachelors, should 'concur' in their lectures, on the Sentences or on the Bible; but while one might lecture in his own convent, the other must lecture in the common schools of the University.

The tower has three bells, and the bell chamber is closed by ancient boarding, on which are the ten commandments in old characters, and very curious Royal Arms of Charles I. The former property of the Thimblebys, of Poolham, and elsewhere, had been sold to a member of the Bolles family, in ; and Mr.

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This was rebuilt in but was sold to the County Council in He bequeathed to the Mendicant Friars of Boston 6s. As this is a fair sample of the treatment by the Parliamentary officials of Royalist "delinquents" and their friends, we here give further particulars.

Fowler Quarrington succeeded him, and held the vicarage during 18 years, when he was transferred, into the Rectory of Welby, near Grantham.

We have now to speak of the church. This Ranulph Paganall was Sheriff of Yorkshire. The companion slab marks the last resting place of another rector, the Rev.

In the manor and advowson were bought by John Hotchkin, Esq. Gibson, he is referred to in the two following notes in the Register.

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In Cambridge there were Dominican friars known as black friars because of their black costumes. Cruet with silver stopper, H. The Abbot of Kirkstead exercised the powers of a superior lord here in a somewhat arbitrary fashion; it being complained against him before Royal Commissioners as early as the reign of Edward I.

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