2 edition of letters and papers of the Banks family of Revesby Abbey found in the catalog.
letters and papers of the Banks family of Revesby Abbey
Hill, Francis Sir.
1952 by Printed for the Lincoln Record Society by the Hereford Times in Hereford [Eng.] .
Written in English
|Series||The publications of the Lincoln Record Society,, v. 45|
|LC Classifications||DA670.L69 R5 vol. 45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 330 p.|
|Number of Pages||330|
|LC Control Number||54001454|
A plain stone plinth underlined the ground storey, where the centrally placed doorway contained a door of two leaves, each with eight panels, framed in a stone doorcase composed of a moulded architrave flanked by plain jambs, with scrollconsoles supporting a cornice above a narrow pulvino-frieze. Fanestill at the Charterhouse, provide yet another glimpse of social life in India, in the household of a civil servant at Allahabad. There are 2 mills worth 26s. The results were, on the whole, somewhat disappointing. All the doctors called, including the city Medical Officer of Health, were agreed that the sewerage of the city was prejudicial to health, but none of them could, or would, point to any specific epidemics for which it could be held responsible. Lysaght, Royal Soc.
Holland's effigy was paraded through the streets and burnt; later a large noisy mob surrounded his house and broke all the windows. When the French line-of-battle ship L'Orient took fire she endangered the Bellerophon. Paterson, assured me that they had found a piece of country very favourable to their new plantations, and that they hoped for the greatest success from their fresh efforts. Richard Thimbleby built Irnham Hall; he was succeeded by his son and heir, Sir John Thimbleby, who thus became the head of the family, which has in later times become almost extinct.
The 'goods' were presumably furnishings which were perhaps handed on from one owner to the next. In this country it is as fine in quality as it is abundant, and several persons whose testimony is beyond suspicion have assured me that New Holland, before many years have passed, will herself be able to furnish to the British Navy all the hemp that it requires, thus freeing England from the considerable tribute that she pays at present in that regard to the north of Europe. The practice of voyaging round the world should exalt the enthusiasm of their sailors, whilst it increases their number and efficiency. Marsden and Mr. Magalotti,pp. Apart from this monument, the church contains marble ovals to the memory of Matthew Flinders' father, grandfather, and great-grandfather.
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The five judges who pronounced in its favour were imprisoned, and Hampden received a wound in a skirmish with Prince Rupert, from which he died, June 24, George was created Marquis of Halifax, another was Baron of the Exchequer.
The same persons served on t. OEs grave, or Roman as, heavy brass. It was in connection with this nutritious food, one of nature's richest gifts to the Pacific, that Bligh undertook a mission which involved him in a mutiny, launched him upon one of the most dangerous and difficult voyages in the annals of British seamanship, and provided a theme for a long poem by one of the greatest of English authors.
Laurence, with the appurtenances, in Horncastre," on condition that they find a fit chaplain to celebrate mass in the said chapel three days in every week "for the souls of the progenitors of the said King, and his successors, for ever.
Baker, Esq. The lad, wishing to let his father know how keen was his desire to enter the Navy, and dreading a conversation on the subject--with probable reproaches, admonitions, warnings, and a general outburst of parental displeasure--made use of the surgeon's slate.
Constantius II. Albans House the Earl of Portland 'made extensive alterations and improvements utilizing the courtyard or garden for the erection of new reception rooms. The Shaming of George Holland - Riding the Stang in Grimsby Martin Baggoley George Holland, Grimsby surgeon and magistrate, became the victim of the old custom of 'riding the stang' or 'ran-tanning' after the dishonest female servant he dismissed in committed suicide.
Auspice Christo. James's Square is finished, and opened to the grand monde of London; I am asked for next Tuesday. Some of this evidence is recorded by Dasent, who had access to the papers.
There was a simple pedestal below the groundstorey windows, a continued sill below those of the principal storey, and the front was finished with a moulded cornice of wood, perhaps re-used, and a plain stone coping. The all-over geometrical pattern of the ceiling suggested an Adam derivation, with its regular arrangement of small circles sunk within larger circles, the latter being bordered and divided into quadrants by slightly raised ribs which also enclosed concave-sided lozenges and smaller circles which overlapped the large circles where they impinged.
George Forster, the German naturalist who accompanied Cook on his second voyage, wrote of the men as "models of masculine beauty," whose perfect proportions would have satisfied the eye of Phidias or Praxiteles; of the women as beings whose "unaffected smiles and a wish to please ensure them mutual esteem and love;" and of the life they led as being diversified between bathing in cool streams, reposing under tufted trees, feeding on luscious fruits, telling tales, and playing the flute.
Other diaries in the possession of Mr.
Documents relating to the earlier kings are naturally rare, since for many years law courts were hardly yet established, the royal power being rather that of "might" than of "right. He may well, therefore, have taken Horncastle on his way.
Crispus, brass. At the name the Irish commenced to flock together. Most important and difficult was to avoid hitting the Judge over the shins with his sword when getting in and out of the carriage. All these commodities are secondary in importance in comparison with others to which I have referred; yet, considered together, they will add greatly to the importance of this new colony.
She had stolen a postage stamp possibly more than one and Holland had taken her to court.
Return home[ edit ] Banks arrived back in England on 12 July and immediately became famous. Payments to a Mr.
The west wall contained the front door between two windows, and the side walls were plain and unbroken except for the fireplace in the north wall.
Willson, ; pictures, old masters and early English school, ; books, mss.the life of captain matthew flinders, r.n. by ernest scott professor of history in the university of melbourne author of "terre napoleon" and "life of laperouse" with portraits, maps, and facsimiles.
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Filed Under: Current. Volume The Letters and Papers of the Banks Family of Revesby Abbey 21 October by. Book Summary Book Summary Book Summary. Filed Under: Current. Volume The Registrum Antiquissimum of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln.
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Sir Joseph Banks, 1st Baronet, GCB, PRS (24 February [O.S. 13 February] – 19 June ) was an English naturalist, botanist, and patron of the natural sciences.
Banks made his name on the natural-history expedition to Newfoundland and sylvaindez.com took part in Captain James Cook's first great voyage (–), visiting Brazil, Tahiti, and after 6 months in New Zealand Fields: Botany.
His family acquired the Revesby Abbey estates inand were closely connected with Horncastle for more than a century, as he died in One of his ancestors, also Joseph, was M.P.
for Grimsby and Totnes; another, also Joseph, had a daughter, Eleonora, who married the Honble. Henry Grenville, and was mother of the Countess Stanhope.
The Joseph Banks papers reflect Banks' concern with the agricultural development of England rather than his better known botanical studies while accompanying Cook's expedition around the world on the Endeavor.
Banks had inherited Revesby Abbey and other estates in Lincolnshire and Spring Grove in Heston Parish, Middlesex.