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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Frampton on Severn Nonconformity

    meeting, and in 1776 they registered a newly built chapel 43 which had been opened in that year by Rowland Hill , the evangelical preacher. A burial ground by the chapel was in use 1778-99 . In 1801 the chapel

    Chigwell Schools

    in 1834 . 8 Francis Worral Stevens, who had been a master at Bruce Grove , Tottenham (Mdx.), under Rowland Hill , took over the school and continued it until 1848. 9 The house was then empty for a year

    Tottenham Education

    with classrooms to hold 70 or 80, rapid progress was made under a ten-year plan of 1935: the new Rowland Hill school, made necessary by development around Lordship Lane, was opened in 1938 and 10 old schools had been modernized

    The borough of Northampton Description Plan of Northampton Castle ( Reproduced by permission of the executors of the late Rev. R. M. Serjeantson )

    for Northampton from 1820 to 1830 , was secretary of the General Post Office and a diehard opponent of Rowland Hill 's postal reforms from 1846 to 1854 , 'wasting millions of public money.' 156 Kingswell Street led directly from

    Burntwood Churches, education and charities

    100 New Testaments from Rowland Hill of Tipton , who distributed copies of the scriptures widely as a memorial to his wife. Fifty New Testaments were received in 1891 . By 1900 a Rowland Hill New Testament charity had been

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PYNE, John (by 1500-31/32), of London.

    business connexions with Sir Thomas Denys, one of the knights for Devon in 1529, and was a neighbour of Rowland Hill whom he appointed with Rolle an executor of his will. He may also have been one of the feoffees

    MABERLY, William Leader (1798-1885), of Shirley House, Croydon, Surr.

    18 years before being moved to the audit office. At the post office he was frequently at loggerheads with Rowland Hill, whom he despised, and for whose reforming schemes he had little time; but he was hardly unique in his

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, December 1684, 22-24, 01 December 1684-31 December 1684

    the King's service. Ibid . Same to John Lawrence of the petition of Grace Stuckey, alias Hill, relict of Rowland Hill, merchant, deceased, owner of the ship Batchelor , William Jones master; petitioner setting forth that said ship was lost

    Volume G 264, January 1660, 01 January 1660-31 January 1660

    . County Commissioners for Salop to the Commissioners for Sequestrations. We cannot, as you request, send fuller evidence against Rowland Hill. Notes of cases. We cannot learn the Christian name of Mr. Cotton of Combermere; but being resident in Cheshire, Subscribers-only content


    that there was no stated minister as late as 1840. Baptismal entries from 1768 onwards are usually signed by Rowland Hill, Torial Joss, J. A. Knight or Andrew Kinsman of Plymouth, all of whom were members of the Whitefield Connexion.

    William and Mary, March 1694, 01 March 1694-31 March 1694

    to be lieutenant of the company of which Captain Joseph Crisp is captain in the same regiment; and for Rowland Hill, gent., to be lieutenant of the company of which Captain Jonathan Langley is captain in the same regiment [ Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    Chamber, 419, 497, 726, 916, 1299, 1339, 1488. -, John, poor Tangier soldier, 1050. Stuckey , Grace, relict of Rowland Hill, 1471. Studland Bay (co. Dorset), 439, 507, 614. Studley (co. Warwick), 1535. Stuffs see Cloth. Stukeley (Stuckley, Stewkley), Hugh,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. TuRpsKEs.-The insolence of the tnrnpike-gate-k'eepers on some 'of the trusts near town, reflects great discredit upon their employers. It would be difficult, perhapsfto find a more correct. picture of the very worst part of the national character Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    left the House, much ruffled by so awkward a misapprehension of so inconsiderate a question. It is said of Rowland Hill, that in the middle of one of his discourses, he suddenly took up a Bible, and exclaimed, " I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thoug-hts, those who don't give will be pointed at. ' Oh, he or she's in debt,' &c. I remember Rowland Hill from my infancy. He was an odd, flighty, absent person. So inattentive was he to nicety in dress, that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Place, Corporation, 4c.] SHENVETE, That your Petitioners earnestly desire an Uniform Penny Post, payable n advance, as proposed by Rowland Hill, and reoommended by the Re- port of the Select Committee Of the House of Commons. That your Petitioners intreat Subscribers-only content

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