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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leonard Stanley Nonconformity

    Leonard Stanley Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY. William Tray , a Congregationalist who had been ejected from the rectory of Oddington at the Restoration, was excommunicated for preaching in his house at Leonard Stanley . 36 Four Presbyterians and some Baptists were recorded

    Leonard Stanley Education

    Leonard Stanley Education EDUCATION. Samuel Badger , clothier, by will proved 1712 gave a rent-charge of 40 s . for teaching poor children reading, writing, and the principles of religion. 42 A school had been started by 1720 which also

    Leonard Stanley Charities

    Leonard Stanley Charities CHARITIES. Eleanor Rishton in 1738 gave £200 for the poor, for the charity school, and for apprenticing; 56 during the 18th century the income was usually distributed in clothes, but there were some cash payments to the

    Leonard Stanley Local government

    Leonard Stanley Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. A court roll of 1418 46 and draft rolls and court papers for the periods 1670-1723 and 1740-69 47 survive for the manor. In 1418 the court had the assize of bread and ale,

    Leonard Stanley Introduction

    Leonard Stanley Introduction LEONARD STANLEYLEONARD STANLEY, which once had a market and a considerable cloth industry, lies 2½ miles west of Stroud on the south side of the Frome valley. The parish is roughly triangular in shape and contains

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHEDDAR, Richard (1379-1437), of Thorn Falcon, Som.

    Cantelo, in 1402, he had acquired in his wife’s right the manors of Heddington (Wiltshire) and Dursley, ‘Coldenewenton’ and Leonard Stanley (Gloucestershire), together worth over £54 a year. By 1405 he was said to have an annual income of at

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. Perry, Liverpool, inarble-mer. chant.-June 14. R. Adams, Southampton, ship- builder.-June 1. J.,Taylor, Manchester, nerckaut.- AMay 30. R. Aldridge, Leonard Stanley, Gloucester- shire, cldthier.-iJuu 18.. Tbopson, Duke-street' Westminster, merchant.-May 31. W. Scales, King- ston-upon-Hull, nmerchant.-July 5. J. B. Ball, Jun. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inn. T. and Jacksoo, Liverpool, linen-merchanits. [Blaekstock, Temple. W. Tickle and W.. Roberts,Burnley,cotton-spinners. [1Beverly, Temple. Sir P. Baghott, Wnight, Leonard Stanley, Gloucestershire, merchant. 3. Baptist GaliegueFort street, Spitalfieldssill.-manaufacturer. [James, Bucklesbury. IL Moore, lsliugtonj grocer. [Santer, Clancery lane. V. Spurrier, Walsall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 34. Market firm. Sanban 5a3ette. BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. (Freon Last Nivht's Gazette.) JOHN KING WESTROP, London, glove-maker. MARTIN COLLETT, Leonard Stanley, Gloucester, miller. CIIARLiS-WELOII, Wells, inkeeper. BANKRUPTS. JOHN BROADHURST, Walworth, spiced beef manufacturer. J(HN LEVY MIERS, London, clothier. ROBERT KING, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bscv~sc, Edgmnond, Salop, formser snd miller. A. PoAn end C.,, Lawrence Hill, Bristol, bootmakers. J. '*eenir. Staniey Downton and Leonard Stanley, Glouces. terehire, siililer aml corn factor. ,.IIAT iIAY JO;NEH GortciNIblse Cllloeestshllre farmera W Fie, i ctRA~Mileiahciaclczlposi, Cluzceslelsi~hire mids of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    460, Ran3- wick 59, Painswicic 21, Bisley 180, Rodborolught 400, and Mi\inchinhancptois 210. There has beeta a decrease in Leonard Stanley of 72, aiaywaris,"Ield 6, 1'itehcom'be 18, Kingestanley 95, Woodehiester 71, AvenLing 83, and Hors- Icy 113. PRIsrCE OF WALS Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    J. Harris,

    (Puzzle. Find the School Board officer.) [Advertising, Printed ephemera, Grocers, Tea trade, Advertisements, Household goods, tea dealer; provision merchant] SVOOOOONV S33ii00^SV3i 3010H0? ¦NO0V9 a^ano 3W0H3iMiyd *S y 31VM N3A3S iHpgJWf SEVEN WATE R S PRIMEHOME CURED BACON. CHOICE TEAS, Subscribers-only content

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