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106 NOTES AND QUERIES. [12 S. X. FEB. 11, 1922, DYMER & The purpose of marriage betweene USHER Robert Dymer widdower, & Eliza- beth Usher widow both of this parish, was published on the 26th day of Novem- ber, & on the 3d & 10th davs of December 1654 ; and the sayd Robert & Elizabeth were marryed on the 12th day of December 1654, by Mr Tho : Cheney Justice of Peace of this Corporation Ita tester H SEARLE Registr LANDAMEB & The purpose of marriage be- FISK tween Nicolas Landamer wid- dower and Anne Fisk widdow both of this parish, was published on the 19th & 26th days of November & on the 3d day of December 1654; And the sayd Nicolas & Anne were marryed on the 12th day of December 1654 by Mr Tho : Cheney Justice of Peace of this Corporation. Ita tester H SEARLE Registr ANNO 1654. Dux & The purpose of marriage between LONG Edward Dux singleman and Anne Long singlewoman both of this parish, was published 3 severall Lords days, viz on the 3d, 10th, & 17th days of December (together with the name & sirname of Anne Dux of Snape widdow mother to the sayd Edward) And the sayd Edward & Anne were married on the first day of January 1654 by Mr Tho : Cheney Justice of peace of this Corporation Ita testor H SEARLE Registr HARBIN & The purpose of Marriage between MOYSE Mr Alexander Harbin of Bennet Grace-church London, single- man (sonn to Mr Andrew Harbin of Lawrence Pountney London) and Mrs Dorothy Moyse of Aldeburgh in Suff singlewoman (daughter to Mr Henry Moyse of Kerby in Norfolk) was published 3 severall Lords days, viz on the 17, 24 & 31 days of December 1654 ; And the sayd Alexander & Dorothy were marryed on the sixteenth day of January 1654, by Justice Thomas Atkins Alder- man of London at his house in Ledden Hall street London in the parish of Andrew undershaft. H SEARLE Registr HUNT & The purpose of marriage between DAWSON John Hunt singleman, and Emme Dawson widdowboth of this parish was published 3 severall Lords days, viz on the 24 & 31 days of December, and on the 7th day of January. And the sayd John & Emm were marryed on the 23 dav of January 1654 by Mr Tho : Cheney Justice of Peace of this Corporation. Ita testor H SEARLE Registr JINNINGS & The purpose of marriage be- MICHELL tween Tho : Jinnings singleman and Susan Mitchell singlewoman both of this parish, was published on 3 severall Lords days, viz on the 12, 19, 26 davs of Decem- ber : but the sayd John forsooke the sayd Susan & did not marry her. GROOME & The purpose of marriage between SIMPSON Matthew Groome sinerleman and Margaret Simpson si a<?lewoman both of this parish, was published 3 severall Lords days viz on the 19, 26, days of November and on the 3d day of December : and the sayd Matthew & Susan were marryed on the 25th day of January 1654, by Mr Tho : Cheney Justice of 'peace of this Corporation Ita testor H SEARLE Registr COCKETT & The purpose of marriage between HOLDING Richard Cocket widdower & Katherine Holding singlewoman both of this parish, was published 3 severall Lords days, viz on the 14, 21, & 28th days of January 1654. And the sayd Richard & Katherine were marryed on the 29th of January 1654 by Mr Tho : Cheney Justice of Peace of noe this Corporation without a certificate certificat from the Register touching the pub- lication of their intended marriage Ita testor HEN : SEARLE Reg : JOHNSON & The purpose of marriage between CROSMAN Robert Johnson singleman (son of Robert Johnson the elder of Aldeburgh) & Amy Crossman widdow both of Aldeburgh, was published 3 severall Lords days, viz on the 14th, 21, & 28th days of January 1654, and the sayd Robert and Amy were marryed on the 6th day of February 1654, by Mr Edward Cocket Justice of peace of this Corporation Ita testor H SEARLE Registr ARTHUR T. WINN. (To be continued.) THE TWENTY-FOUR HOUR CLOCK. Has the following early reference to a twenty- four hour clock been noted ? The Latyns or the Italians, the Lomberdes and the Veneciens, wyth other prouynces anexed to the same, doth vary in dyuers numbringe- or rekanynge of theyr clokes. At mydnyght they doth begyn, and do reken vnto xxiii. a cloke, and than it is mydnyght ; and at one a cloke thei do begyn agayne. (A. Boorde's ' In- troduction of Knowledge,' c. 1547, ed. Furnivall (E.E.T.S. extra series, No. 10), 1870, pp. 178, 179.) G. L. APPERSON. APPRENTICES TO AND FROM OVERSEAS (see ante pp. 29, 69).- The following names may be added to those which appear at the above references : Brinsden, William, son of John Brinsden of Barbadoes, Merchant, dec'd. App. to Samuel Pye of Bristol, Barber Surgeon. Consid. 50. 11 July 1711. (Inl. 1/41-129.) Thomas, Samuel, son of George Thomas of Antegoa, Planter, dec'd. App. to Thomas Hodges of London, Mariner. Consid. 52 10s. 5 Feb. 1717. (Inl. 1/6-29.) Browne, Conrade, son of Jos. Browne, of Island of Barbadoes. App. to Alex Inglis Chelsea College. Surgeon. Consid. 100. 31 Oct. 1718. (Inl. 1/6-135.) Onge, Tim., son of Abel Onge of Dublin, Mer- chant. App. to Ebenezer Wentworth of Boston,