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Text:"... ; Represented London in Parliament. ^Julian, dau. and heir of ... . Macbyn, I (died before her husband). PSiE ThomasCooke, Knight of the Bath, of St. Peter le Poor, London, and Gidea Hall in^Elizabeth, dau..."
Date:Between 1440 and 1478
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... Rejected by the Court of Aldermen, but ultimately elected through the interposition of Henry VI. - In 1450 Malpas removed from his office on the approach of Jack Cade ThomasCooke, warden of the Drapers..."
Date:Between 1440 and 1478
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...14 ALDERMAN PHILIP MALPAS AND and resumed possession of the throne in the month of April, and Sir ThomasCooke, attempting flight by leaving this country for France, was taken by a ship of Flanders..."
Date:Between 1440 and 1478
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., in the year 1465, together with his brother-in-law Sir ThomasCooke (mayor 1462), Sir Matthew Philipp (mayor 1463), and Sir Henry Weever (sheriff 1465). He was M.P. for London, and executor to the will of his..."
Date:Between 1440 and 1478
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... were the progenitors not only of Francis Bacon and of Robert Cecil, but also of many other distinguished persons. Philip Malpas and ThomasCooke lived in times of great political strife, and it would..."
Date:Between 1440 and 1478
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... to you, to write you a short series of letters containing an account of ThomasCooke Paul, the most remarkable youth for piety and excellence I ever knew. This is saying much in his praise, as my..."
Date:1849
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...ALDEEMAN 8IE THOMASCOOKE, K.B. 1 3 and of Sir John Fagge (then Under-Treasurer), had made havoc of what they listed. Also at Gidea Hall, Essex, they had destroyed the deer in his park, his conies..."
Date:Between 1440 and 1478
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...SKETCH OF THE LIFE AND CHAKACTER OP THOMASCOOKE PAUL, SON OF D^ARCY PAUL, OF PETERSBURG, VA. WMTTEN FOB, THE AMERICAN STJ1TIAT-SCH00L TTNIOW, BY REV. E^tD. SANDERS. PHILADELPHIA : AMERICAN SUNDAY..."
Date:1849
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...SKETCH LIFE AND CHARACTER THOMASCOOKE PAUL, SON OF D^AKCY PAUL, OF PETERSBURG, VA. VMTTEN FOB THE AMERICAN SUKUAT-SCHOOI, UNIOy, BY REV. E. D. SANDERS. PHILADELPHIA : AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION..."
Date:1849
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... vocabulary by . Mextizos, Spaniard or Chinese mixed with native Middleton, ThomasCooke, paper by paper re- written by . vicissitudes of his paper Mindanao, Isle of, dialect used in 5 history of, by Combes..."
Place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Publication date:1900
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Text:"...ALDEKMAN PHILIP MALPAS AJUJ) ALDEEMAN SIK THOMASCOOKE, K.B. The archives of the little town of Stratford-on-Avon have been closely scrutinized with the view of eliciting any circumstance..."
Date:Between 1440 and 1478
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...ALDERMAN SIR THOMASCOOKE, K.B. 15 We need not (I suppose) to rehearse of these anie mo by name, sith there be (I doubt not) manie heere present, that either in themselues or in their nigh friends..."
Date:Between 1440 and 1478
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...ALDERMAN SIR THOMASCOOKE, K.B. 7 been the low-born person he has been represented, no act of attainder would have been of any operation against his lands and tenements, nor would it have been..."
Date:Between 1440 and 1478
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...BULLETIN OF THE FREE LIBRARY OF PHILADELPHIA NUMBER 4 SOME NOTES ON THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PHILIPPINES BV REV. THOMASCOOKE MIDDLETON, D.D., O.S.A. DECEMBER, I9OO..."
Place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Publication date:1900
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Text:"..., is a matter known to comparatively few persons, and it was therefore with considerable interest that the Philobiblon Club of Philadelphia obtained the promise of the Rev. ThomasCooke Middleton that he would..."
Place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Publication date:1900
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Text:"...ALDEEMAN SIR THOMASCOOKE, K.B. 1 1 ThomasCooke and Elizabeth his wife he bequeaths all his great place in which he was then dwelling, c., situate in Cornhill and Lime Street in the parish of St..."
Date:Between 1440 and 1478
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...-in-law, John Cawnton, haberdasher, elected Alderman of Bishopsgate, 6th October, 1523. Lord Bacons great-great-great-grandfather, Sir ThomasCooke, K.B., draper. Jack Cades London Agent, elected Alderman..."
Date:Between 1440 and 1478
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...-grandson of Sir ThomasCooke - Father of Lady Burghley and Lady Bacon - Appoints Lord Burghley and Sir Nicholas Bacon his executors - Pedigree of the Cooke family . . . . . . . 1 to 23 John Cades followers in Kent..."
Date:Between 1440 and 1478
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... signed, and ThomasCooke, of London, draper, was constituted the captains agent. He was required to tax the foreigners - the Genoese, Venetian, and Florentine merchants. They were to be duly convened..."
Date:Between 1440 and 1478
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...COOl Egbert Cooke, of Lavenham, in SiE ThomasCooke, Knightof the Bath, of St. Peter le Poor, London, and G Eomford, draper; Sheriff 1453; AldermanofVintry Ward 1457 ; Lord Mayc 1462 ; died 1478..."
Date:Between 1440 and 1478
Publication place:London, England