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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chigwell Agriculture

    grange and bakehouse in the Middle Ages see Parish Government . E.R . lxii (Jan.), 51. Archd. Essex , 131 Atterbury . E.R.O., Q/SR 402/131. E.R.O., D/P 166/3/1. Young, Gen. View of Agric. in Essex , i, 325, 354. Ibid.

    Parishes Great Rissington

    In 1654 Dr. Lewis Atterbury , who was later alleged to have fought on the parliamentary side, was admitted rector, and he appears in 1656 to have obtained a presentation from Bray . By 1657, however, Atterbury 's title had

    Hornsey , including Highgate Churches

    in their careers. Lewis Atterbury preached at Highgate before his appointment on Latham's death in 1695 69 and Edward Yardley (d. 1769), who married a beneficiary under Atterbury 's will, 70 preached there before succeeding Atterbury in 1731 . 71

    Benedictine monks St Peter's abbey, Westminster

    and Francis Atterbury , who was bishop of Rochester and dean from 1713 to 1723 . The first friction arose about the appointment of the vestry clerk of St. Margaret's ; this was in August; by November Atterbury had persuaded

    Teddington Introduction

    a papist there in 1688 , 96 Peg Woffington (d. 1760), the actress, who retired there in 1757 , Luffman Atterbury (d. 1796), carpenter and musician, who lived there for some years, and G. M. Whipple ( 1842-93 ), physicist,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 1 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    St. Brides , Vic. Dr. Birch Mr. Waugh 120l. 16 00 00 0 14 9 Bridewel Dr. Francis Atterbury St. Botulph Aldersgate Mr. Hocking 0 09 2 St. Botulph Aldgate ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wos. Evans, Wooton, Oxfordshire, butcher, March 28, '29, priL22, at eleven, at the Bear Inn; Woodstock. - Atorney, Mcf Haynes, Atterbury, Oxfordshire. John Fosssy, Dunstable, Bedtordshire, straw -hats-man- factitter, March 19, at twelve, 26, at two, April 2',, at twelve, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    first time that siiil 1il liift Iad bee iit ttrod tceth; atid it was curious that the ll ugaintiitst Boup Atterbury should have been introduced in nearly a similar manner to the present. Ot1t that occasionawbtei ticlioli Attierbitry was exiled, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has not hitherto appeared, and Dr. Barrow, will be first published; afterwards will follow the most popular works of Hall, Atterbury, Jeweli, Seed, Jortin, South, Hurd, Bull, Beveridge, BIlguy, S. Clarke, Ogden, Paley, Waterland, Ser. Taylor, &c. It is not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which will be introduced several hitherto unpublished Discourses; to be succeeded by the most popular Works of Hall, Jeremy Taylor, Atterbury, Jewel, Jorton, Hurd, Beveridge, Ogden, Waterland, &c. &c. Any Author may be had separate. Printed by A. J. Valpy, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be added several unpublished Biscouoses. After which will follow in this series, a S ELECTION from the WORKS of Hall, Atterbury, Jewell, Seed, Jortin, Soath, Hurd, Bull, Beveridge, Balguy, Ogden, S. Clarke, Paley, Waterland, Jer. Taylor, &c. "This work bids Subscribers-only content

 

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