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139). 2 V. , v, 125. , pp. 129, 509. 12 not have survived until the EdwardV. , pp. 128-9 ian dissolution. (an interesting note on its function), 3 V. , p. 139: it 515-6. , pp. 510-11. 14 the parish church. , pp. 131, 510. 4 V. , v, 124; cf. ,p. 554; but this chantry does one arch of Malton Bridge. 15 not occur in the Chantry Surveys. , pp. 132, 512. 8 V. , pp. 133, 511. , pp. 130, 511. The loss of fragmentary for the East Riding. these chapels must have occasioned « Viet. Co. , iii, 365, much inconvenience in a scattered and in addition V.
We have there lefte an unlernyd vecar, which hyryth too prestes, for in dede he ys not able to dyscharge the cure other wayys; . . And every one catchyth apece, but the pore nedy members of Chryst catchyt none at all. But my sute to your noble grace at this present ys, most umble to desyer your grace that yow wyll have compassion of the great 1 2 Cf. , xxxiii, 308. J. Tickell; History of Hull (1798;, p. 207, thus paraphrases a document, evidently a copy of the petition, in the municipal records.
Fo. 139v. 7 10 Fo. 136. Cf. , liii, 78. to God and holly churche " (fo. 136v) " Fo. 138v. 28 During the last months of the reign these sinister rumours regarding the dying king and his ministers were in all probability widely current in Yorkshire. On November 13, 1552, the Privy Council ordered the punishment of six offenders brought up from various parts of the country. "1 He was probably a mere scapegoat for many similar offenders in Yorkshire,2 and it seems a fair deduction from negative evidence that such punishments were but rarely meted out.