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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    a quarter before eight in the morning. The shock was felt by many persons at Tunbridge Wells. At the Borough Court, held on Friday week, at the Town hall, Preston, a poor old man, named Edward Baines, wvas brought up Subscribers-only content

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    whom a bill for attending seditious meetings was found at the late Liverpool assizes, was brought up at the Borough Court, having been apprehended on the preceding day by Mr Hughes, the constable of Pilkington, undera bench warrant. The Mayor Subscribers-only content

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    be taken into custody. This woman gave in- f)rmation to the police, and Fleming was brought up at the Borough Court, and on being asked what he had to urge in his defdnce, stated that on, Saturday night he went Subscribers-only content

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    work until they obtained the advance. The 43 pri- soners apprehended on Tuesday afternoon were brought up at the Borough Court, and the leaders were held to bail to keep the peace, and the others discharged. A large portion of Subscribers-only content

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    Penzance, in Cornwall, appeared before Mr D. Maude, Sir Thomas Potter, and Mr C. J. S. Walker, at the Borough Court, charged with having in the most indecent manner assaulted Mrs Grey, the wife of Mr George Grey, merchant and Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Odiham

    and after supplying power to two mills at North Warnborough flows northward past Poland Mill , Crooked Billet and Borough Court , forming the western boundary between Newnham and Odiham . At Hook , which is partly in the parish

    INDEX A-J

    Bolbec, Hugh de, Boleyn, Anne, see Anne Bolter, Nat., bonnet making, bookbinders, booksellers, Booth , Herb., bootmakers, see leather Borough Court (in Odiham , Hants ), Bostocke, Humph., Bosworth Field (Leics.), battle of, Boteler, Alice, see Deincourt Botreaux, Baroness, see

    Winchester The borough

    the plage now rayging ' (Proc. in Boromote, 1552-60 , fol. 58). In 1796 the sessions dinner and the borough court feasts were combined since the late mayor had been considerably out of pocket with his allowance of only £26

    Bampton and Weald Manors and castle Bampton Castle ; West Front

    21 In 1651 the estate was bought from the trustees for sale of Church lands by John Fielder of Borough Court in Odiham ( Hants ), but was recovered by the cathedral at the Restoration. 22 The rest of the

    Townships Tyldesley with Shakerley

    it he desired burial at Prestwich , and willed that his feoffees should stand seised of his manor of Borough Court and lands in Ditton , East Malling , and Aylesford , co. Kent , to the use of himself

  • * British History Online *

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    Council Minutes, Introduction

    sitting of the old fortnightly Town Court; and the Constable's appointment took place at a meeting of the old Borough Court Leet (or Quarter Sessions.) Only the election of 1707 was the official act of the Town Council and w

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, no.VI (c.1740-93)

    book bound in boards. It was evidently intended to contain a record of proceedings in the Borough Court, but was afterwards used for recording admissions of Burgesses and Corporation officials, Orders of Council, & c. Inside the cover is stuck:

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Hear the other side., 1889

    purpose ; and up to the time of writing no trace of the body has been found. A reward of £5 has been offered for the recovery of the body. The Town Board, Borough Court , and I.N.L. branch adjourned Subscribers-only content

    Report on Leeds records, 1896

    1784 , orders of the Borough Court as to ousting Mr. Ingram Rider , an assistant of the Corporation ; 1790 , assessments of the church rate; 1790 , order of the Borough Court touching an Act for water supply Subscribers-only content

    The Observer. Sunday, September 16, 1820., 1820

    at Romaldkirk 1592 . A son7 bap. at Darlington 22 Nov. 1592 . Tobias Clerveux, a plaintiff at DarUngton Borough Court , 1623 . [Isabella (incerti parentis vulgo) filia Tobire Clarvis bant. 16 Martii 1619 ; spons ; Henricus Haswhittle, Subscribers-only content

    Hear the other side., 1889

    purpose ; and up to the time of writing no trace of the body has been found. A reward of £5 has been offered for the recovery of the body. The Town Board, Borough Court , and I.N.L. branch adjourned Subscribers-only content

    Report on Leeds records, 1896

    1784 , orders of the Borough Court as to ousting Mr. Ingram Rider , an assistant of the Corporation ; 1790 , assessments of the church rate; 1790 , order of the Borough Court touching an Act for water supply Subscribers-only content

 

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