in Devizes .
Written in English
|Statement||Edited by A.W. Mabbs.|
|Series||Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Devizes, Eng. Records Branch. [Publications] -- v. 7., Publications (Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society. Records Branch) -- v. 7.|
|Contributions||Mabbs, A. W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiii, 150 p.|
|Number of Pages||150|
Guild Stewards' Book of the Borough of Calne, by A. W. Mabbs (pp. ). Guild Stewards' Book of the Borough of Calne: , edited by A. W. Mabbs, publ. by the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Records Branch, Vol. VII () p. xxxii - Hearth Tax Return, William Cloud, 2 shillings. The Guild Stewards’ Book, sometimes described as the Burgus Book, is a largevolumeinthe custodyoftheTownClerkofCalne. Thevolume consistsofnumberedfoliosoflaidpapermeasuring . Burgess roll's, Author: Calne (Wiltshire: Borough) Public Records. Guild stewards' book of the borough of Calne, Author: Mabbs, A. W. Maps. Vision of Britain historical maps. Administration. County: Wiltshire Civil Registration District: Calne Probate Court: Court of the Peculiar of the Treasurer of Salisbury in the.
Mabbs (A.W), editor GUILD STEWARDS' BOOK OF THE BOROUGH OF CALNE - xxxiii + pp, original cloth. Impression of Copies. Wiltshire Records Branch Volume 7, Devizes: £ Mann (J. DE L), editor DOCUMENTS ILLUSTRATING THE WILTSHIRE TEXTILE TRADES IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY xxxi + pp, original cloth. Impression of Guild of stewards working under the help of the Holy Spirit promotes a healthy spirited atmosphere for worship in congregational and individual relationship with God. MISSION STATEMENT We exist to provide in the church an enabling environment of order, decency, courtesy and decorum for spiritual worship and development. James II grants the town a new charter. There is to be one guild steward and 30 burgesses, forming a coporation: Sir John Ernle gives several premises in Calne to benefit 4 poor women of the town; a Presbyterian chapel is built in Back Road: Baptist chapel built in Castle Street on the site of an earlier chapel destroyed by high. The white horse was created in the late 18th century by Dr Christopher Alsop, the guild steward of the Borough of Calne at the time, and is the third largest of its kind in the country. In the landmark underwent a full restoration costing £18,
The guild stewards were elected each as Apr. until ; their earliest surviving book of accounts contains entries from , copied retrospectively in 4 The franchise was limited to the burgesses. SCHOOL TEXT-BOOKS, ETC. FILMSTRIPS TRANSLATIONS, REPRINTS AND NEW EDITIONS NEW PUBLICATIONS RECENTLY RECEIVED . RECENT HISTORY SCHOOL BOOKS PUBLISHED IN GREAT BRITAIN TO 31 DECEMBER NOTES AND NEWS REVIEWS Aymard and Auboyer, Rome et son Empire.—By Professor F. W. Walbank Postan and Rich (edit.). The . An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Full text of "A history of the borough and town of Calne, and some account of the villages, etc., in its vicinity". Guild stewards book of the borough of Calne, , ed. A.W. Mabbs, 8. Andrews and Dury's map of Wiltshire, a reduced facsimile, ed. Elizabeth Crittall,