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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Rusper

    Below, manors. S. Saxons , ed. P. Brandon , 143; Eng. P.N. Elements (E.P.N.S.), ii. 259. Below, manors ( Le Court , Gardiners Fm.). Cf. below. Chich. Acta ( Cant . & York Soc.), p. 181. Cur. Reg. R .

    Index A-J

    of Huntingdon 's Connexion , Courage , O. M., Court : Wm. at, Wm. de la, Le Court , see Rusper : Le Court Coveney , Jn., Covert : Anne, m. Wal. Covert, Anne, w. of Jn., Edw. (d. 1605),

    Index K-Z

    adv., agric., almshos., area, Ashfolds, Axsmiths (Axmas), Baldhorns (Pk.), bdry., buses, causeway, n char., Chowles , ch., archit., chwdns., Le Court (Ct. Ho .), curates, dom. archit., educ., est., Faygate , q.v . Friday St ., Gardiners Fm. (Quincefold), geol.,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GREEN, William (by 1512-54/55), of Woodford and Downton, Wilts.

    GREEN, William (by 1512-54/55), of Woodford and Downton, Wilts. Constituency Dates Downton 1547 Ofifces Held Escheator, Hants and Wilts. 1533-4, 1537-8; receiver, ct. augmentations, Cumb., Northumb. and Westmld. 1536-47, surveyor, Worcs. by 1552-3; under steward, Ivychurch priory, Wilts. 1536;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    considerable amount r. of discontent has been brewing among the stu- 3,dents and younger members of the Inns ofI Le Court. This discontent is likely soon to take Le some tangible shape, either at a meeting of one of Le Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a view of showing that death arose fron natural causes -that the deceased contributed to his own death- Mr. Le Court (magistrates' clerk): You had the deceased' nephew in the box, and you never asked him a word about this.-Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of nmore than tee jnsties, to meet in conference as above mentioned." The coin munication was signed bh Messrs. Le Court and Thop, justicesl clerks. The report and resolution referred to were in substance to the same eaffe -Mr. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    instructions, the committee had selected the names of three gentlemen-Mr. T. C. Martin,' of the Lambeth Polico Court; Mr. Le Court, of Manchester; and Mr. W. Barradale, of Dudley, all of whom were thoroughly qualified for the office. After some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "SCUTTLING" AND THE CAT. The Home Secretary, who was accompanied by Mr.. Lushing-ton and MIr. Situart- Vortley, yesterday afternoon t received a deputation from members of Parliament, I magistrates, and others from Manchester and Salford. I 'The deputation, which Subscribers-only content

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