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  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/002/299/001

    have a principle share: they derive nothing but vexation and distress, from the money spent at the Ginshop or the Alehouse . Compared with this prodigal, this hardest most unfeeling selfish unfeeling of misers is a man of virtue. In

    JB/002/316/001

    a principal share :- they derive nothing but vexation and distress, from the money spent at the Ginshop or the Alehouse . Compared with the prodigal , the hardest of misers is a man of virtue . - In the

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Electors Q/RUm Public Undertakings: plans of schemes Q/RSg Deputations to Gamekeepers Q/RSw Workhouse Agreements Q/RLv Recognizances of Licensed Victuallers and Alehouse -keepers Q/CP Clerk of the Peace: Precedents Q/CR Clerk of the Peace: Parliamentary Returns County Council Transferred Reco rds

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    of the Peac: Precedents Q/CR Clerk of the Peace: Parliamentary Returns Q/RDc Inclosure Awards Q/RHi Highways: Diversion, Closure, Widening Q/RLv Alehouse Recognizances Q/PRI Land Tax Assessments Q/RRp Registers of Papists' Estate Q/RRw Registers of Nonconformist and Roman Catholic Meeting Places

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    sions Mimutes Q/HR Havering Liberty, Parliamentary Returns Q/HZ Havering Liberty, Miscellaneous Q/RDc Inclosure Awards Q/RHi Highways Diversion, Closure, Widening Q/RLv Alehouse Recognizances Q/RPc Parliamentary Electors' Lists Q/RPI Land Tax Assessments Q/RPr Parliamentary Electors' Registers Q/RRp Papists 'Estates, Registers Q/RSg Gamekeepers

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    Precedents Q/CR Clerk of the Peace, Parliamentary Returns Q/RDc Inclosure Awards Q/RDm Miscellaneous Deeds Q/RHi Highways Diversion, Closure, Widening Q/RLv Alehouse Recognizances Q/RP1 Land Tax Assessments Q/RRp Papists' Estates, Registers Q/RSg Gamekeepers' Deputations Q/RSr Charities Q/RSw Workhouses Q/RTh Hearth Tax

    Classes of documents in the Essex Record Office used

    Peace, Precedents Q/CR Clerk of the Peace, Parliamentary Returns Q/RDc Enclosure Maps and Awards Q/RHi Highways, Diversions, Closures, Widening Q/RLv Alehouse Recognizances Q/RRo Oaths and Declarations Q/RRp Papists' Estates, Registers Q/RSf Friendly Societies Q/RSr Charities Q/RSt Prosecution of Felons, Tyburn

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 May 1819, 11 May 1819

    550 1 lü Maii. ^.1819, « If Tobin was a Blacksmith who was married to ' " her ?" " He did not know if he was a Blacksmith; that « " Tobin was never introduced into the Family Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1819, 11 May 1819

    heavd by some that he kept an Alehouse at Cam- molin ; by others that he did not; heard that the Wife of Mr. Donnovan was very poor, the Mother of Lady Anglesey he never saw; he never heard she Subscribers-only content

    2 December 1819, 2 December 1819

    Statute " of King George the Second, according to a recent Vol. LI!. ö shall keep a common Inn or Alehouse, except he " shall be licensed so to do at a General Meeting of " Justices acting in the Subscribers-only content

    9 July 1823, 9 July 1823

    Table. The Earl of Shaftesbury reported from the Lords Middlesex Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Act for Alehouse " altering the Time for holding General Annual Meetings L^""^'11- i( for licensing Alehouses within the County of Middlesex Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1824, 10 May 1824

    him to report the same to the House, without * any Amendment." Upon reading the Petition of the Licensed Victuallers Alehouse LU of the Town and Parish of Halifax, in Yorkshire, whose cences, Peti- Names are thereunto subscribed; setting forth, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    crepancy !-That Court to which Europe loo'ks up for the nrbitranieut of it, destinies, to busy itself in procuriug an Alehouse Licene I Of the Protege, we will say no more than that he fiils some suibordintae emp'oymielnt about Carnton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Resldutions were put and negatived without a division.- Adjourned at half-past two o'clock. Thursdaoy, Jone 27. After some discussion ithe Alehouse Licensing Bill was read a third tune auid passed. SLAVE TRADEs-110try ALLIES. Mr. Wit uearonRC called the attelntioln of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    soliciting an extension of the hoors during which public houses were now allowed to remain open.-Laid on tie table The Alehouse Licensing Bill was ordered to be read this day six months. On a petition being presented respecting the Couirt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a second time. Wednesday, Mfay 21. Mr ESrcosrrT moved the order of the day for the second leadivg Of the Alehouse Licensing Bill, My HeazATcoTa objected to those clauses which gave County Magistrates a concurrent jurisdiction with the Magistrates of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the absence of Mr Peel, occasioned by the loss of his sister. The House went into Committee on the Alehouse Licensirg Bill. Mrr BERNAL objected to the clause that allowed County Magistrates to take part in the licensing of Subscribers-only content

 

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