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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lambourne Parish government and poor relief

    the parish vestry. There were stocks at Abridge in 1585 , when a vagrant was reported to have escaped from them. 46 In 1728 it was decided to build a parish cage at Abridge with the timber recently removed from

    Lambourne Introduction

    Abridge Coffee Rooms and Club existed in 1886 and later. 55 There was a cricket club at Abridge in 1895 . 56 There was a police sergeant at Abridge in 1898 . 57 There is now a policeman at

    Stapleford Abbots Protestant nonconformity

    Abbots at the house of Edward Braden . 70 About 1858 Mr. Knight, of the Congregational church at Abridge (in Lambourne ) was conducting services at Bourne Bridge . 71 G. L. Turner , Orig. Recs. of Early Nonconf .,

    Lambourne Nonconformity

    1833 a Wesleyan chapel was opened at Abridge . Sermons were preached at the first services by the Revd. J. T. Yeates of Romford and the Revd. T. R. Fisher of Hammersmith . The chapel was estimated to accommodate 150.

    Lambourne Schools

    been made. All the available places in the free school were taken and a day school had been founded at Abridge . In 1833 there were 64 pupils at this school, of whom 50 paid fees and 14 were paid

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had seen a straved horse. The vant with the inscription ': Chertsev, Slrrey," vwas afterwrdai-s seen retoireing to town throughri Abridge, with, it is. snps posed, the wounded elan Icin~g at fell length. Thle thieves had bored eight holes in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oxford street, coach maker-January 11, 1. Fellman, Fore street, Liruehouse, brewer-J-anuary it, T. Taylor, Royston, Hertfordshire, innkeeper-January 1t, C. Trapps, Abridge, Esscx, victualler-January 11, W. Weston, Grace- church street, merchant-January 11, W. Baslam, Eppig, Essex, draper-January 13, G. Owen, Efailuchaf, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    duly elected. (Carin;,e (Gotinty).-Colonel Powell has been re- elected. eFTL 'ORA AO rEoit. - BLTERN OF TIRn OEGToRaN MAsoN - (Abridge I from the 'Clare Journal.') There was no C -Utc. as Caqpt. Francis ilacnatnara, the other candidate, to4ld wvithdvanIV Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Partridge, D. F. Oakey and 11. Hartbury, Edgware road, booksellers; so far as regards H. Ilanbury-E. Morgan and A. Andre'vs, Abridge, Essex, brewers-G. Oldfield and M. 'Vheatcroft, Ash!ord. Darbyshiir, marble marn facturers-IH. Turner and G. Eltoft, GaiTsboroutgh, nercers-f nln and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Inner Africa Laid Open, in an, Attempt to Trace the Chief Lines of Comnmunication Across that Continent South of the Equator: teith the Routes to the 3uropue and the Cazemnbe, Alloenernoezi and Lake Nyassa ; the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill for Erecting a Court of Judicature, to Determine Differences touching Houses and Buildings Burnt down, Demolished or Defaced in and near Thames-Street, in the City of London., 1 August 1714

    thereof in any-wife notwithftanding. P?0btD£B aitiMl?05 That this iitf, or any Thing herein contained, fhall not be extended to Alter, Abridge or Avoid any Leafe or other Contradt or Agreement made fince the faid Fire, between any Landlord, Tenant, Under-Tenant Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1714, 22 March 1715

    Ds. Pierrepont. Ds. Carleton. Vifcount Say £s? Stale. Vifcount Longueville. Vifcount Bolingbroke. Vifcount Tadcajler. PRAYERS. the Oaths. Jhis,DA\Uf Zrfi f Abridge took the Oaths, and made and fubicribed the Declaration, and alfo took and fubferibed the Oath of Abjuration, purfuant Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1795, 12 February 1795

    To acquaint them, That the Lords have agreed to the have agreed faid Bill, without any Amendment. to it. " Abridge En- elofureBill: " Hodie 3a vice leäa eß Billa, intituled, " An Aft for dividing, allotting, and enclofing the Subscribers-only content

    15 July 1803, 15 July 1803

    Twice by the Clerk, were agreed to by the Houfe. Ordered, That the faid Bill, with the Amendments, be engroffed. Abridge or The Houfe proceeded to take into Confideration the Bttfby'8 Bill. Special Report made from the Committee, to whom Subscribers-only content

    28 May 1810, 28 May 1810

    After ("Manner") infert ("Provided " alfo, that nothing in this Act contained fhall extend " or be conftrued to defeat, abridge, alter, obftruct, or " in any Manner interfere with the Powers and Autho- " rities of the Commiffioners or Subscribers-only content

 

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