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  Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Roger Scruton   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Professor Roger Vernon Scruton (born 27 February 1944) is a leading British academic philosopher, and founder of Claridge Press.
Scruton was educated at Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe and Jesus College, Cambridge before researching and then lecturing in philosophy at Birkbeck College, London.
Roger Scruton's letter of defence, as published by The Guardian
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ROGER NIGER, bishop from 1228 to 1241, was buried under the fifth bay of the Choir, between it and the North Aisle.
Bishop Roger, though he, of course, declared against the scenes of violence, let it be seen that he was determined, by constitutional methods, to defend his clergy from being plundered.
John Rogers, the proto-martyr of the English Reformation, was a prebendary of St. Paul's, a man of saintly life.
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 Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs to 1516: Index of Persons
[Northburgh], Roger (1330, 1337), bp of Coventry and Lichfield,
Sancto Custantino (Constantino), Roger de (1266–7), king's clerk, parson of the ch of St Manakneu, parson of the ch of St Paulinus, parson of the ch of St Ermes, parson of the ch of St Neulina, LANREATH (Cornwall),
[Weseham], Roger (1251), bp of Coventry and Lichfield,
www.history.ac.uk /cmh/gaz/personsN.html   (3043 words)

The next step was the gradual conversion of the invaders.
The chapter at Lichfield was nevertheless maintained, and one of the early Norman bishops, Roger de Clinton, rebuilt its cathedral there, re-dedicating it to St. Chad, whose relics he there enshrined.
Bishops of Coventry and Lichfield: Robert Peche, 1121; Roger de Clinton, 1129; Walter Durdent, 1149; Richard Peche, 1161; vacancy, 1181; Gerard la Pucelle, 1183; vacancy, 1184; Hugh Nonant, 1188 (al.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/l/lichfield.html   (630 words)

On the west wall of the north transept is the tomb of Sir Roger Manners, who died in 1623; he was the son of Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall.
To the right of the tomb, on the north wall, is an ‘ogee’ shaped recess, which possibly was the tomb of the donors of the transept.
The chapel was probably built by Gley le Breton, when Stephen was seated on the royal throne of Westminster, and Roger de Clinton, thirty-third successor of St. Chad, on the Episcopal throne of Coventry.
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 BOOK 1.
Your last letters reporting the conference had with you there in that court by the French king, and sir Roger Williams being present, hath been somewhat unpleasant unto her majesty, though she findeth no fault therein in you.
And yet to deal plainly with you, her majesty hath great cause to suspect, that the report of the king’s weakness of his forces there made with good advantage for him.
For sir Roger Williams coming from the king with letters of credit at his last being here, made another manner of report of the king’s forces, by particular denomination of all sorts, both French and strangers, treble to the number of the king’s allegation for very footmen.
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 Property Records England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Roger Sterre, and Agnes, his wife, and William Garlond, and Joan, his wife.
Roger de Northburgh, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, and Hugh, son of Hugh de Northburgh, and Vincent de Baudrip.
Premises in Hese and Yedding, which Stephen Sterre and Katherine, his wife, hold.
www.zip.com.au /~rsterry/gen/proprecs.htm   (370 words)

As with secular and institutional seals, the similarity with the monumental forms of funerary sculpture is notable, despite the fact that the delicate seal matrices were created by engravers or goldsmiths.
Seal of Roger de Northburgh, bishop of Coventry, 1322-60.
Two seals from the same document; on the left that of Roger de Molins, Master of the Hospitallers; on the right that of Prior Garnier de Neapoli of the Hospitallers, on a chirograph of 1185 (British Library, Harleian Charter 43 I. (From Warner and Ellis 1903)
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 South Armagh History - The Norman Invasion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
In 1255, Aed O'Connor, son of the King of Connacht, gave his assistance and recognised Brian as 'King of the Gael of Erin'.
The assault on the Earldom of Ulster quickly came to grief, however, and in 1260 he was defeated and killed in front of Down (renamed by de Courcy as Downpatrick) by a force which Sir Roger des Auters led.
In 1305 he began building Northburgh castle at Greencastle, a massive fortification which was the most north-westerly Norman bastion in Europe.
www.burnsmoley.com /pages/area/normans.php   (1886 words)

 List of Lord Treasurers
c.1126: Nigel, nephew of Roger, Bishop of Salisbury (res.
June 26, 1340: Roger Northburgh, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield (dism.
September 20, 1395: Roger Walden, Archbishop of Canterbury
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 Petitions dealing with warfare from Fourteenth century Berwick
They crave the King, by his affection for St. Cuthbert and the church of Durham, to ordain some aid and sustenance so they may live and maintain divine service there until God in his grave and royal aid brings improvement.
May he allow towards his debt a bill of £ 30 due to them from the time that sir Roger de Northburgh was Treasurer of his Wardrobe, and may they have letters to the collectors of his money at Durham to accept this bill in allowance of the debt.
He craves an enquiry in consideration of his great loss, as often before he was burnt and destroyed by the Scots.
www.deremilitari.org /resources/sources/petitions.htm   (1626 words)

 The Name Of Greatorex
It states that a lease for five years from the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield to Roger de Northburgh (Prebendary of Lichfield) of the tithes of Tideswell, Lynton, Monshall (now Monsall) Wardlow, Tunstede, GREATRAKES, Wheston, Fairfield, etc. At an annual rent of L 19 DAT.
Tithes were taxes amounting to one tenth of the produce farmed and went to support the Church's role in education and care of the sick, as well as spiritual concerns.
It states that a lease for 5 years from the Dean Chapter of Lichfield to Roger de Northburgh (Prebendary of Lichfield) of the tithes of Tideswell, Lynton, Monshall (Now Monsall), Wardlow, Tunstede, GREATRAKES, Wheston, Fairfield at an annual rent of 19 pounds (5 May 1364).
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 Yeading Football Club
In 757 'Geddinges', was given by Ethelbald the King of Mercia, to Withred and his wife.
Records show that Hugh, son of Hugh de Northburgh and a relative of Roger Northburgh, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, acquired a house and 92 acres in Hayes and Yeading in 1337.
This estate appears to have originated from a conveyance of land of 1325 from William de Pilardeston, also referred to as Pilardington, who owned Yeading manor at this date.
www.yeadingfc.co.uk /col.asp?cid=35&caid=12   (859 words)

 Science Fair Projects - Roger Northburgh
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Roger Northburgh was Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.
He served as Lord Privy Seal from 1312 to 1316, as Chancellor of the University of Cambridge from 1321 to 1326, and as Lord High Treasurer of England from June to December of 1340.
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Roger, I hope you feel ok about all of this, but I think you will see it will all have a very positive effect.
Again, please understand that I am not saying that Roger was wrong in his letter, I was raising concern and indicating my own feelings in regard to his style of expression.
Roger, I hope you > feel ok about all of this, but I think you will see it will all have a > very positive effect.
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 Apostolic Succession - ApostolicWiki
ROGER OF GLOUCESTER as Bishop of Worcester, who on the 7th November 1176 assisted Gilbert Foliot, Bishop of London, at the consecration of
ROGER NORTHBOROUGH as Bishop of Lichfield, who on the 15th July 1330 assisted Henry Burghersh, Bishop of Lincoln, at the consecration of
ROGER WALDEN as Archbishop of Canterbury, who on the 14th July 1398 consecrated
www.taac.us /index.php?title=Apostolic_Succession   (2186 words)

 Leading Events of Inishowen History Moville Inishowen Co. Donegal.
Richard de Burgh, the Red Earl of Ulster, erected Castle of Northburgh (Greencastle).
The Parish Priests of Inis Eoghain were compelled (by an Act of Queen Anne) to register at Raphoe, viz., Roger O'Hegarty (Templemore); James Hegarty (Fahan); Denis McColgan (Donagh); Dermott O'Meely (Culdaff); Owen McCool (Cloncha).
George Vaughan, Governor of County Donegal, rebuilt Buncrana Castle and also much of the town.
www.movilleinishowen.com /history/moville_heritage/leading_events.htm   (892 words)

 A Popular History of Ireland: from the Earliest Period to the Emancipation of the Catholics By Thomas D'Arcy McGee- ...
The ceremony of inauguration seems to have been performed in the Gaelic fashion, on the hill of Knocknemelan, within a mile of Dundalk, while the solemn consecration took place in one of the churches of the town.
Surrounded by all the external marks of royalty, Bruce established his court in the castle of Northburgh (one of de Courcy's or de Verdon's fortresses), adjoining Dundalk, where he took cognizance of all pleas that were brought before him.
At that moment his prospects compared favourably with those of his illustrious brother a few years earlier.
www.nalanda.nitc.ac.in /resources/english/etext-project/history/ireland/book-5chapter3.html   (1718 words)

 GENUKI:Some Early Hospitals in Wales and the Border
The bishop of Bangor found four hospitals: that of bishop Rowlands at Bangor, David Hughes at Beaumaris, Lewis Rogers at Penmynydd and Dr. Goodman at Rhuthun.
Hill, the last named incumbent of the chapel and hospital, was living in 1556 upon a pension of a hundred shillings.
John de Northburgh, 1336; William de Neuhalgh, 29 Jan. 1374; John Lugate, 4 Aug. 1400; Thomas Wickersley; Roger Walle, 7 Oct. 1434 Edmund Tebott; Roger Walle, 1445; and John Bothe who resigned the hospital in 1495.
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Note:2.He was instituted, being succeeded by Rog de Northburgh in 1316
Letter from Abbot Godfrey and the convent to John, Bishop of Lincoln, requesting him to institute Roger de Northburgh chaplain,  to the church of Castor, to which the abbey has right of presentation and which is vacant de jure.
Note:2.He was instituted being succeeded by Roger de Nassington in 1317.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The party wants the Association of Irish Market Research Organisations (Aimro), to draw up “an independent benchmark for political polling” that will then be followed by pollsters and the media.
Roger Jupp, the managing director of Lansdowne Market Research, an Aimro representative, told Research: “This is the first time there has been a very public criticism of a local poll in Ireland.
Most of our pre-election and exit polls have been very accurate in the past few years.” However he added that: “We need to make sure pollsters are reputable and are considering drawing up a set of professional standards.”
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 Bios - 8/1/2005 - Interior Design - CA635115   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Roger Ferris + Partners ("The Writing Is on the Wall," page 62), 285 Riverside Avenue, Westport, CT 06880; 203-222-4848.
Greenhill Jenner Architects ("A Sight for Sore Eyes," page 57), 9 Northburgh Street, London EC1V 0AH, U.K.; 44-20-7566-2500; greenhilljenner.co.uk.
In "Green Gets Gold" (June, page 86), the office pictured belongs to the Natural Resources Defense Council.
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Title: Register of Bishop Roger Northburgh of Coventry and Lichfield
Ordines celebrati in eccl'ia Fratru' Minor Salop' die Sabb'i quatuor tempor Mensis Septembr' vid'lt viij K'ln Octobr' Anno D'ni Mill'io CCCiiio Quinquagesimo Primo p ven' P'rem d'nm Rogrrn dei gr'a Watrforden' Ep'm Vice and Auctae ven' Pat~s d'ni Rogri dei gr'a Co uentr' and Lich' Ep'i Tenor VrO Co'missionis talis est
Requesting the ordering of His Majesty’s bounty of £20 to pay for the passage for Mr John Fulton, MA, appointed a minister in South Carolina.
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According to Michael of Northburgh, who accompanied the expedition, Edward disembarked 12th July and remained at Saint Vaast till the 18th, and meanwhile the fleet went to Barfleur and Cherbourg.
The army arrived at Caen on the 26th.
Michael of Northburgh says that 1542 were killed in the battle and about 2000 on the next day.
www.gutenberg.org /files/13674/13674.txt   (11860 words)

 London EC1 - UK companies - page 5
Graphic Impressions, Graphic House 8 Northburgh Street, London EC1V 0AY
H G V, 2-6 Northburgh Street London EC1V 0AY
Roger Harris, 40 Bowling Green Lane London EC1R 0NE
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 Population Index - Volume 62 - Number 4
In: Girls' schooling, women's autonomy and fertility change in South Asia, edited by Roger Jeffery and Alaka M. Basu.
Correspondence: Sage Publications, M-32 Greater Kailash Market I, New Delhi 110 048, India.
Against the odds: the changing impact of schooling on female autonomy and fertility in an Indian village.
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Badby, Elizabeth, 448, 449; Richard, 448, 449; Roger, 518, 521; Thomasyn, 518, 521
Beauchamp, arms of, 601, 603, 611; Catherine, Sir Roger, 812
Dencourt, Dencort, Alice, 737, 738; Annes, 737, 738; Elizabeth, 736, 737, 738(2); Ellyn, 737, 738; Meryon, 737, 738; Richard, 737, 738; Robert, 737, 738; Roger, 736; Thomas, 743
home.clara.net /williamlack/indices/essex.htm   (10587 words)

 The Urban Design Group
Queens House, Holly Road, Twickenham, TW1 4EG, United Kingdom
Parchment House, 13 Northburgh Street, London, EC1V 0JP, United Kingdom
PO Box 43, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1FH, United Kingdom
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