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Lord mayors" pageants of the Merchant Taylors" Company in the15th, 16th & 17th centuries

London (England). Merchant Taylors Company.

Lord mayors" pageants of the Merchant Taylors" Company in the15th, 16th & 17th centuries

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Published by Eastern Press, ltd.) Printed for private circulation in (London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pageants -- London

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe royal oake., Monuments of honor., Troia-nova triumphans., London"s glory, or the Lord Mayor"s show., The Lord Mayor"s show., The triumphs of re-united Britania.
    StatementBy R. T. D. Sayle.
    ContributionsWebster, John, 1580?-1625?., Sayle, Robert Theophilus Dalton, 1882-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx p., 1 l., 160 p. :
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19474130M
    LC Control Number32000378

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Extensive records of the Company, including charters, accounts and ordinances; also includes material relating to the associated schools and charities. The Lord Mayor's Show – a lavish entertainment organised yearly to celebrate the oath of the new mayor – became a key event in London civic life between the s and the late s, involving Author: David Carnegie.

The Map of Early Modern London comprises four distinct, interoperable projects. MoEML began in as a digital atlas of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century London based on the s Agas woodcut map of the city. MoEML now includes an encyclopedia of early modern London people and places, a library of mayoral shows and other texts rich in London toponyms, and a forthcoming versioned edition of.

The surviving archives of the Merchant Taylors’ Company administered by London Metropolitan Archives contain membership information from at the earliest, but this is incomplete before the later 16th century.

The most useful series are described below. Lists of. The Lord Mayor's Show is one of the best-known annual events in London as well as one of the longest-established, dating back to the 16th century. A new lord mayor is appointed every year, and the public parade that takes place as his or her inauguration ceremony reflects that this was once one of the most prominent offices in England.

The 'Lord Mayor' after whom the show is named is the Lord. MERCHANT TAYLORS' SCHOOL was founded in by the Merchant Taylors' Company of London, a guild of tailors and linen-armourers.

Its first headmaster was the famous schoolmaster Richard Mulcaster. The school still educates young minds today. Famous past students of the school include Edmund Spenser, Thomas Kyd, Lancelot Andrewes, John Webster, and James Shirley. The eight Houses are all named after famous Old Boys of Merchant Taylors': Andrewes (Lancelot Andrewes, translator of the King James bible) White (Sir Thomas White, Lord Mayor of London, founder of St John’s College, Oxford, and co-founder.

the founding of Merchant Taylors’ in “the grammar school, founded in the Parish of St. Lawrence Pountney in London in the yere of our Lord God one thousand fyve hundred, sixty-one by this worshipfull company of the Marchaunt-Taylors of the Cytty of London, in {the honor of Christ Jesu” } he Merchant Taylors’ Company.

The History of the Merchant Taylors' Company appeals to a wide range of people interested in the history of London. It is fully illustrated with more than seventy-five black and white and thirty colour illustrations.

It is attractively bound in cloth with a full colour dust jacket and matching cloth : Ann Saunders, Matthew P. Davies. The Merchant Taylors’ Company of York can trace its origins to at least when the ordinances of a guild of tailors were recorded in the city’s memorandum book.

Initially the guild was associated with the religious and charitable confraternity of St John the Baptist, being described as the ‘guild of tailors of Blessed John’ in a will. connected in some way with at least fifteen lord mayor's shows dur-ing the period i i 62 3.

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The Merchant Taylors' records for 6 October show their care to ensure the galley-foist would be painted and ready for the triumph (one of their number, William Harper, having been elected lord mayor): Lord Mayors' Pageants of the Merchant Taylors' Company in the 15th, 16th & 17th Centuries (London, ), Summer Open Evening – Wednesday 3rd July Posted J Summer Open Evening – All Schools Wednesday 3rd July pm – pm Come and join us at our Summer Open Evening, where parents and children will have an opportunity to tour Merchant Taylors’, take part in activities, chat with current students and teachers and hear more about our exciting plans for the future of.

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toComp. from Authentic Sources and Ed. with Biographical Notices, Charles John Robinson: Authors: London (England). Merchant Taylors' School, Charles John Robinson: Editor: Charles John Robinson: Publisher: Printed and published for the editor by Farncombe Reviews: 1.

This was the first such service for a Roman Catholic taken in an Anglican church.[] Sir Stuart's son, Sir John Knill Bt. (), also served as Alderman for the Ward of Bridge Within, Lord Mayor and Master of the Plumbers' Company. Until the annual Fish Harvest Festival was celebrated at St Magnus.[]Views: K.

InSir Stephen Jenyns, a former Lord Mayor of London and a twice Master of the Worshipful Company of Merchant Taylors, who was born in the city, founded Wolverhampton Grammar School, one of the oldest active schools in Britain.

A pupil from Merchant Taylors’ Boys’ School has been awarded ‘Commended Winner’ in the Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award. Udit Mahalingam’s entry was chosen from o entries.

It is the largest competition of its kind and its importance is widely attested. See also Categoryth-century businesspeople for subcategories by century and nationality.

Pages in category "16th-century merchants" The following 78 pages are in this category, out of 78 total. In the late 16th and 17th centuries responsibility for it was often in doubt, though usually assigned to the lord of the manor. ), another London merchant, lord mayor in and M.P. for the City in headmaster of Merchant Taylors' School, London.

FRANCE AND ENGLAND. In the literature of northern Europe, the sixteenth century marks the flowering of the some countries, such as England, the literary Renaissance continued well into the following century.

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Lawrence Pountney in the .Sir William Garrard, Master of the Haberdashers' Company, Alderman, Sheriff of London in /53, Lord Mayor in /56 and a Member of Parliament was born in the parish and buried at St Magnus in Simon Lowe was a Member of Parliament and Master of the Merchant Taylors' Company during the reign of Queen Mary and one of the jurors who.Start studying APMEH Fourteenth - 14th - 16th Centuries Practice Exam.

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