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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stapenhill Charities for the poor

    when it ran a soup kitchen during the winter in Stapenhill Institute. 19 7th Rep. Com . Char . 302-3; Bagshaw , Derb . 267; benefaction bds. in church tower. Char. Com. file 215677. Burton Libr., D. 23/4/3/1, rep. on

    Stapenhill Manor and other estates

    Wm. Woolley 's Hist. of Derb . ed. C. Glover and P. Riden (Derb. Rec. Soc. vi, 1981 ), 151. Bagshaw . Derb . 266. Bretby Estate sale cat., 28 Oct. 1921 , lot 5 (in poss. of Mr. J.

    Stapenhill Education

    / Stapenhill . Educ. of Poor Digest , 144. P.R.O., ED 7/112/ Burton /10 (undated); Educ. Enq. Abstract , 161; Bagshaw , Derb . 266. White, Dir. Derb . ( 1857 ), 380. For the date see Burton Libr., D.

    Wisbech Recusants in the castle

    was William Weston , a fanatical and ascetic Jesuit who arrived at Wisbech in 1587 , of the latter Christopher Bagshaw , a comparatively recent ( 1582 ) convert to Roman Catholicism. Weston began to be active about 1593, he

    Economic infrastructure and institutions Fairs

    Dir . ( 1840 ), 80. C.C.A.L.S., ZCCB 30, 11 Apr. 1850 ; Romney, Chester Illustrated , [4 ] . Bagshaw 's Dir. Ches . ( 1850 ), 76, 78. Morris's Dir. Ches . ( 1864 ), 6. P. &

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 2, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    ditto, Rich. Yarwood, Esq; Will. Cox, Esq; 3, ditto, 15, ditto, Rob. Holbourne, Esq; Rich. Tufnell, Gent. 16, ditto, Edw. Bagshaw , Esq; John White, Esq; Mock Parliaments in the Time of Oliver's Usurpation. Anno 1653 . The short Parliament,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Parch. Josiah Jones, Fdlint. Yn Nghyfarfod y boreu derbyniwyd blaenoriaid newyddion, sef M.ri Robert Edwards, Edward Edwards, a Itobert Bagshaw, y Babell ; Robert Jones, Glan'rafon ; Jonathan Parry, yr Adwy, a Robert Jones, Rhuallt. Holwyd hwynt am ea Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Roberts, alla Jesse Winter. Dosbarth Treffynon-Parchn. H. JoE Roberts, J. C. Davies, M.A., R. H. Thomas, Mri. J. Gal Bagshaw, H. Hammond, T. J. Pownall. Dewiawyd BlR yn faterion yr ymweliarl-(1) "Defoaiwa Crefyddol," De, (2) "Ffyddlondeb i'n Hymneiiiduseth." Penodwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bendithiol hwn p1 am ei lafur diball. Cadarnhawyd adroddiad y J, *n brodyr fu yn Crewe, Dewiswyd Mr. John li: Bagshaw yn drysorydd ysgol Carmel, yn lle - diweddar Mr. E. Bryan, ac hefyd i gymeryd el le ynglyn a'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    depoit for thle arirlles orniseda. IrS this *vy they prevailed on Mr; UHiicock, a irsn- nsonger,,iM r Bailey and Mlr. Bagshaw, uipziolsterers, and Mr. Peck, a coal-merchanti to send tacon ill goods to a considerable armount; fdr *HTch thoey a-t-s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    50i. each. Deposit, 21. per Share. PROVWSIONAL COltI~TTBE. Lancelot Archer Burton, Esq. Edmund Halsvelt, Esq. Lon- London don J )hn Bagshaw, Esq. M.P. Colonel Hodgson, Tunbridge George Beauclere, Esq. London Wells Thomas Blake, Esq. London Horatio Leggatt, Esq. Oak hill, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KNAPP, George (1754-1809), of Abingdon, Berks.

    voted consistently and regularly in opposition to government, but evidently made no contribution to debate. A long-standing friend of William Bagshaw Stevens, the confidant of Sir Francis Burdett, he was an active member of the Burdettite radical group in 1809.

    PALMER, Charles Fyshe (c.1770-1843), of Luckley House, Wokingham, Berks.

    1795 Palmer, just after his return from the Continent, was encountered at the Coutts’s by Sir Francis Burdett’s friend, William Bagshaw Stevens, who conceived an instant dislike for him:Of horses all his talk save that he told us he had

    PETTY, John Henry, Earl Wycombe (1765-1809).

    are desirous of obtaining a parliamentary reform’. A hostile commentator considered him ‘weak and puerile’ as a speaker; but William Bagshaw Stevens described him in April 1794 as ‘an eloquent, sensible young man, listened to in the House’.[footnote]From the summer

    BURDETT, Francis (1770-1844), of Foremark, nr. Repton, Derbys. and Ramsbury, Wilts.

    the deficiencies of his wasted formal education. The ‘manly sensible seriousness’ which he applied to the task favourably impressed William Bagshaw Stevens, domestic chaplain at Foremark. His marriage to the wealthy heiress Sophia Coutts, which considerably improved his already excellent


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