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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cogges Education

    Education William Blake , by will proved 1695, 11 left a £12 rent-charge on his estates at Alvescot , to pay two schoolmistresses to teach in the schools which he had built at High Cogges and Newland . There was

    Parishes Weeke ( Wyke )

    Returns of Charities for the poor dated 1786 mention that - Godwin gave £40 for the poor. In 1729 William Blake by his will left £100, the income to be disposed of among the poor on 22 July yearly, in

    Cogges Church

    or a vicarage, 37 but priory tenants seem thenceforth to have paid the curate a stipend of £20. 38 William Blake (d. 1695) left £10 a year to be paid by the owners of Cogges manor house to a minister,

    Parishes Hinton Ampner

    ry, net yearly value £300, with residence and 118 acres of glebe. CHARITIES Charity of William Blake for Charity School. In 1738, William Blake by his will proved in the P.C.C. founded and endowed a charity school in this parish.

    Bridgwater Charities for the poor

    cloth for the poor. 97 The charity seems to have been lost between 1826 and 1839 . 98 Dr. William Blake by will dated 1667 gave the interest on £100 already held by the corporation. 99 From 1787 it was

  • * British History Online *

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    Simancas, March 1592, 01 March 1592-31 March 1592

    where we remained suffering great hardship for seven months. On the 7th February 1591 Sir William Courteney sent one William Blake, an Englishman, to this country of Brittany, to deal with the duke of Merc ur for our ransom, but

    State Papers, 1659, October (1 of 2), 01 October 1659-30 October 1659

    was almost quite frustrate and overthrown, and the freighters damnified to the value of 6000 l. sterling. Unity . William Blake, Thomas Hopkins, and others, were owners of the ship Unity; which said ship being at Jeffenapatan in the island

    State Papers, 1656, October (3 of 5), 01 October 1656-31 October 1656

    hither. We want yet Wrangell and Douglas, and then to give checkmet. I rest, The superscription, To Mr . William Blake. Your loving friend. Mr. Nathanael Brewster to secretary Thurloe. Vol. xliii. p. 239. Right honorable, Being lately returned with

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1565

    the goods and chattels of Walter Marchall, thirteen wether sheep worth fifty-three shillings, of the goods and chattels of William Blake, eight wether sheep worth thirty-six shillings and fourpence, of the goods and chattels of Thomas Killik, and six wether

    Cecil Papers, April 1608, 01 April 1608-30 April 1608

    the King and will relieve the tenants of the uncertainty of their tenure. Undated . p. ( P. 1867.) William Blake to the Earl of Salisbury. [After April 19, 1608 ] . He refers to a previous petition for a

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    THOMAS TURNER, WILLIAM WALKER, Theft, 29/04/1778

    for burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling-house of William Blake , on the 16th of February , about the hour of one in the night, and stealing a silver table-spoon, value 7 s. five silver tea spoons, value 5 s.

    GEORGE ROBERTS, Theft, 04/01/1847

    344. GEORGE ROBERTS was indicated for stealing 1 handkerchief, the goods of William Blake , form his person. WILLIAM BLAKE. One the 18th of Dec. I was standing looking at a cab-accident in Thames-street-I saw the prisoner on my left

    Thomas Cook, Theft, 04/12/1730

    feloniously stealing 5 Linen Mobs, and 3 Handkerchiefs , the Goods of William Blake , the 20th of October last. The Prosecutor de pos'd, That the Prisoner came to his House to drink, and the Linen lying on a Dresser,

    WILLIAM BLAKE, Theft, 01/12/1802

    WILLIAM BLAKE was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 19th of November , 18lb. of mutton, value 11s. the property of Isaac Cooper . There being an error in the indictment, the prisoner was ACQUITTED . First Middlesex Jury, before

    WILLIAM BLAKE, WILLIAM LEVY, Miscellaneous, 06/07/1846

    1405. WILLIAM BLAKE and WILLIAM LEVY were indicted for a conspiracy. No evidence was offered. NOT GUILTY .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son of Sir Davtd Cunyaghamc, of MiHn-Craig, Bert. At Woolwich, Mijor-General Ford, Royal Engineers, Lieutenant-Governor ef the Royal MilitaryAcademy. William Blake, the only surviving son of Lord Wallsourt. On the 6th inst. at bis seat in Cornwall, Sir Christopher Hawlkins, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were. tried and convicted of rioting. More fire hnee follwed OaModay morning a fire was discoveredupnte r- mli~es of William Blake, Esq., of Sivanton Abbot. Two bdaoneo basaley, andnealyallthgou-.builditigs; two stacks of wheat, andoeo aly an'd arlso al thre quatit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Very Rev. the Dean of Carlisle, the Baron de fuel, of Zierow, in Mecklenburg, to Mary, eldest daugh- terof William Blake, Esq., of Darnesbury, Rerfford. On the 26th nlt., at St. Mary's, Bryanestonsquare, by the Lord Bishop of Liandafl, John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with a Small Garden 5andthe Site of. where two Cottages have been token down, in theseveral occupa- tions of William Blake, Robert larkham, Anne Roberts, James Wirt- shire, Richard Hunt, and George Clark, producing a Rental of 43t~a Year. 1y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    imprisonment, with such labour as his age would enable him to bear. ROBBEnY.-On Thursday Frederick Syrett, a sailor, and William Blake, a labourer, were indicted ior stealing various articies, value 1001., bank notes valle 1201., and other moneys, the property Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MAUNCELL, Geoffrey, of Salisbury, Wilts.

    exercised his craft in Castle Street, Salisbury. In about 1404 he was involved in a dispute with William Blake over a tenement in the city. Blake had enfeoffed him of the property as security for the repayment of a debt


    Brooke, on petition, 23 Feb. 1807 3 Nov. 1806 JOHN MAITLAND 15 May 1807 JAMES DAWKINS 15 May 1807 WILLIAM BLAKE 15 May 1807 Double return for the second seat. DAWKINS declared elected, 5 Feb. 1808 15 May 1807 CHARLES

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 January 1726, 24 January 1727

    i6 M'GuIie merfus Tabois. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A* 1726* il Ruffia, from Michaelmas 1725 to Michaelmas Anfwers thereunto, in Writing, on or before Tuefuay " 17 2<5. the Seventh Day of February next. (C An Account Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1727, 7 February 1728

    i Geo. I!* Journals of the Houfe of Lords. D IE Mercurii, 70 Febraarii. Domini tam Spirituals quara temporales prnefentes fuerunt: Arch. Cant* Arch. Ebor. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus Epus. Epus Epus Epus Epus Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1777, 27 March 1777

    Bp. Cheßer. L. Scar/dale» Blate againft Perrin and Vaughan, in Error, Irvine againft E. Aberdeen etal. A Petition of William Blake, Son and Heir of Hannah Blake, Plaintiff in a Writ of Error depending in this Houfe, to which William Subscribers-only content

    21 January 1811, 21 January 1811

    of William Blake and William Harris, complaining of a Decree of the Court of Exchequer, of the 5th Day of February i8io, made in a certain Caufe wherein the Reverend Daniel Veyfie Clerk was Plaintiff, and William Blake and William Subscribers-only content

    23 January 1811, 23 January 1811

    New Inn, in the County of Middlefex, Gentleman, " may be permitted to enter into a Recognizance for " William Blake and William Harris, on account of " their Appeal depending in this Houfe, they refiding " in Scotland:" It Subscribers-only content


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