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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Chichester Parliamentary history

    that it did not determine the right of these honorary freemen to vote; cf. Ballard , op. cit. 79-80; Willis, Rec. of Chich . p. 340. Ballard 's reference to Edwards v. Wyndham appears to be incorrect. In the city

    Chichester Churches (Non-Anglican)

    Cockpitt house.' Add. MS. 39427, fol. 151. There was a meeting-place at a cottage in North Pallant before this date. Ballard , Hist. of Chich . p. 85. S.A.C . xxix, 221. a On 5 July 1728 Richard Drinkwater desired

    The City of Chichester Constitutional history

    charter and its terms are very unlikely. This charter is preserved in the city Archives. Cf. Ballard , op. cit. pp. 18, 87; Ballard , Borough Charters , p. 4. Cal. Pat. R . 1377-81 , p. 297; Cal. Chart.

    Principal Bodleian manuscripts used

    relating to the siege of Oxford MS. Ballard 11 Letters to duke of Buckingham (d. 1628) and Dr. Charlett (d. 1722) MS. Ballard 22 Collections on literary and antiquarian subjects of George Ballard (d. 1755) MS. Bodley 282 Letter book

    The City of Oxford Introduction

    Ogle , Royal Letters , 4-5. Ogle , Royal Letters , 5-36; A. Ballard , Brit. Borough Charters 1042-1216 , 32. See below, Medieval Oxf. (Town Govt.). Ballard , Brit. Borough Charters , 8, 9, 31-2, 34. See below, Early

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hopkin, Phillip Ballard. Ail ddosbarth, I LI. Phillips, Gwea Treharne, Charles Watkins, Catber- 3 ine Griffiths, David J. Jones, B. Rees, G. Davies, a I Thomas King. Daesaryddiseth Naturiol,-Tystysgrif c Uwobehraddol o'r ail ddosbarth, Charles Watkins, Ph. s Ballard, Elizabeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. ANOTHER MURDER IN HERTFORDSHIRE. A nost melancholy occurrence took place on Wednesday evening, near South MiamI, by whiich a poor manl of the name of Jamnes Graing e lost his life. Forsome time back, a gentleman, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their names and address at tire Office, and retired. Twenty four Iouns being expired, they again pre- senled themselves, and Ballard, the officer, stated, that having made the necessary inquiries, he found that Isotir persons were very respectable radesmen; one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Broiughani, vast. charged with an assault uponL Ballard,, an officer, wvhile in the exeoeutien of his duty at the Admiralty on. Monday.night, when the Duke Of Caence had a party. . Ballard stated, that, the defendant broke out of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    them to pay 5s. which they had received for the pledges, and fided the youth who took themn, 20s. . Ballard, the officer, complained that when he went to apprehend the accused, Mr Carpue threatened to kick him down the Subscribers-only content


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