The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maiors and Sheriffs.]142

The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maiors and Sheriffs.]


A.D. 1624.}{ Rowland Heylin.
22 Jac' I. } Sheriffs,{ Robert Parkhurst.
  [ Click here to view Image of coat of arms, Sir John Goare   ]
MAIOR, Sir John Goare, Merchant Taylor.
He was the Son of Gerrard Goare, who was the Son of John Goare of London.

King James died at Theobalds the 27th day of March.

The abovenamed Alderman Heylin being sprung from Wales, charitably and nobly at his own Cost and Charges, in the beginning of King Charles's Reign, caused the Welsh Bible to be printed in a more portable Bulk, being only printed in a large Volume before for the use of Churches. He also caused the Book called The Practice of Piety to be printed in Welsh for the use of the Welsh People: and a Welsh or British Dictionary to be made and published, for the help of those that were minded to understand that ancient Language.]

J. S.

King CHARLES began his Reign the 27th of March, in the Year 1625.


A.D. 1625.}{ Tho. Westray, or Westrow.
 }{ Ellis Crispe.
 } Sheriffs, { John Poole.
1 Car' I.} {Christopher Cletherowe.
  [ Click here to view Image of coat of arms, Sir Allen Cotton   ]
MAIOR, Sir Allen Cotton, Draper.
He was Son to Raphe Cotton of Whitchurch in the County of Salop.


A.D. 1626.}{ Edward Bromfield.
2 Car' I. } Sheriffs,{ Richard Fenne.
  [ Click here to view Image of coat of arms, Sir Cuthbert Acket or Hacket   ]
MAIOR, Sir Cuthbert Aket, alias Hacket, Draper.
He was Son of Thomas Aket, or Hacket, who was the Son of Tho. Aket, or Hacket, of Dertford in Kent.

The Duke of Buckingham made his Voyage to the Isle of Ree near Rochell.


A.D. 1627.}{ Maurice Abbot.
3 Car' I. } Sheriffs,{ Henry Garway.
  [ Click here to view Image of coat of arms, Sir Hugh Hammersley   ]
MAIOR, Sir Hugh Hammersley, Haberdasher.

The Death of Lambe, called by divers, Doctor Lambe.

The Drawbridge also newly repaired.

He was the Son of Hugh Hammersley, who was the Son of Richard Hammersley, of the Town and County of Stafford.


A.D. 1628.}{ Rowland Backhouse.
4 Car' I. } Sheriffs,{ Sir William Acton, Knt. and Baronet.
  [ Click here to view Image of coat of arms, Sir Richard Dean   ]
MAIOR, Sir Richard Dean, Skinner.
He was Son of George Dean of Muchdunmowe in Essex.

John Felton, for killing the Duke of Buckingham, executed and hanged in Chains.


A.D. 1629.}{ Humfrey Smith.
5 Car' I. } Sheriffs,{ Edmund Wright.
  [ Click here to view Image of coat of arms, Sir James Cambell   ]
MAIOR, Sir James Cambell, Ironmonger.
He was the Son of Thomas Cambell, who was Son of Robert Cambel of Fulfam in the County of Norfolk.

The Birth of Royal Prince Charles, May the 29th at St. James's near Charing-Cross.


A.D. 1630.}{ Abthony Abdy.
6 Car' I. } Sheriffs,{ Robert Cambell.
  [ Click here to view Image of coat of arms,Sir Robert Ducy   ]
MAIOR, Sir Robert Ducy, Merchant Taylor.
He was the Son of Henry Ducy of London.

Mervin Lord Audley, and Earl of Castlehaven beheaded on Tower-Hill, May 14.


A.D. 1631.}{ Samuel Cranmer.
7 Car' I. } Sheriffs,{ Henry Prat.
  [ Click here to view Image of coat of arms,Sir George Whitmore   ]
MAIOR, Sir George Whitmore, Haberdasher.
He was the Son of William Whitmore, who was Son to Richard Whitmore of the Parish of Charely in the County of Salop.

The Houses joining to the Cathedral Church of St. Paul began to be pulled down.

London's Jus Honorarium; expressed in sundry Triumphs, Pageants and Shews, at the Initiation or Entrance of the Right Honourable George Whitmore. At the Charge and Expence of the Right Worshipful the Society of Haberdashers. By Thomas Heywood, 1631.]

J. S.

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