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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Horseheath

    1777 by Stanlake Batson . 80 Batson died in 1812 , and was succeeded by his son and namesake 81 (d. 1857), whose son Stanlake Ricketts Batson died in 1871 . The latter's eldest son Stanlake Henry Batson in 1884

    Parishes Binfield

    the poor not receiving parochial relief. In 1785 James Batson , by his will proved in the P.C.C. gave £100 to the parish to be applied as his executor, Edward Batson , might think fit. This sum was invested by

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Wetheral

    a pension of £20 was allotted to the late prior, and smaller sums to Thomas Hartley , John Wytfeld alias Batson , John Clyfton, and John Gale , brethren of the house. On 31 January 1539 -40, Ralf Hartley 's

    Parishes Mixbury

    estates to Stanlake Batson of Horseheath (Cambs.). 90 Batson was succeeded by his son of the same name, who in 1823 sold a large part of the estate to John Harrison of Shelswell . The second Stanlake Batson was followed

    Parishes Ramsbury Ramsbury c. 1828 Ramsbury : the east front of the earl of Pembroke 's house, c . 1567

    of his grandfather Thomas Batson , had taken the surname Batson . Thomas was succeeded in 1759 by his brother Edmund who then changed his name to Thomas Batson . After his death in 1770 Batson 's relict Elizabeth held

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Judas Maccabeus (Handel), Creation (Haydn), Eear my Prayer (Mendeleshon), Stabat )(ater (Bossdni). Tachwedd yr 22ain, 1877, rhodd. O U I~meyard (Batson), Y Tylwyth Teg (D Emlyn i,~) n; a bydd y gvmdeithas yn rhoddi Mawrth y , 1878, Elijah (Mrndelsshon), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hours. They were hbth buried in one grave. O.n Thursday, at his father's hnose, at Upnood, DOI' setshire, E. 1). Batson, Esq. banker, Lombard.twrect Pritited and publslied byi ,Tost Nh uTr, at the Ex if IT E R Oflioe, li, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DRURY-LANE.-To-morrow, the Merchant of Venice. Shylock, Hr. Kean. With-the 'Ballet of the Roisignol. And the Pantomime.- Tuesday, Der Freischhitr.-Ash.Wednesday, no performance.-Thurssdy, Hosa- niello, the Fisherman of Naples.-Friday, the Oratorios will commence. COVENT-GARDEN.-To-morrow, Der Freischutz. And the Pantomirne.-Tuesday, the Belle's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. rrHE PATENT METALLIC SHARPENER, for Razors, Surgical j. Instruments, Penknives, &c. Invented by T. A Kniaht, Esq., President of the Horticultural Society} and, by his permission, Manufactured by R. l{IYNTLEY, Optician, to be had only at his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Young Joseph DowSon Johis Lilley George Julian Christ. Richardson Christ. Richardson J. D. Bond Charles Graydon T. S. Williams Alfred Batson F. G. Richardson J. Robertson ThomasVesper B. Biggs W. J. Brown D. Dunbar and Son Thomas Key Henry Dewdney Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STEPHENSON, Rowland (?1728-1807), of Scaleby Castle, nr. Carlisle, Cumb.

    banker, apparently began his career with Martins of Lombard Street, and by 1766 was a partner in the firm of Batson, Stephenson, and Hoggart, with which he was associated till his death. In 1786 he stood at Carlisle in opposition

    BUSK, William (1769-1849), of Ponsbourne Park, Herts.

    BUSK, William (1769-1849), of Ponsbourne Park, Herts. Constituency Dates Barnstaple 16 Jan. 1812 81812 Biography Busk’s grandfather Jacob Hans Busk, himself the grandson of a French immigrant to Sweden, settled in England in 1712.[footnote] Busk, like his father and

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Ninth report from the select committee on finance. collection of the public revenue. Salt office., 19 July 1797

    a check upon the Cashier, of the Money daily re- ceived by him. 200 40 — 150 30 Accomptants, Thomas Batson Wells Allowed for preparing and stating the Accounts of the Fishery, &c. By the Board During Pleasure Archibald Stewart Subscribers-only content

    Index

    273 GENERAL INDEX TO THE Hoituon ^ort, #t*—continued. InspecZo?s of the river, their opinion, xiv. 459 b.—evidence, 485.—respecting the variations in depth, 486 a. Insnrances, their premiums in port, xiv. 276 a.—rates and risks in docks and in the Subscribers-only content

    Index

    of river navigation, xiv. 334 a. GEN. INDEX TO ItEP. ilfemoriaZs of merchants respecting wet-docks, xiv. 348 a.— of Mr. Batson, to the corporation of London, proposing surveys of the moorings in the river, and regulations for the same, 367.—of Subscribers-only content

    Index

    281 b.—estimates and opinions of Mr. Alexander, 287 b.—estimates and opinions of Mr. Rennie, 288, 289.— objected to by Mr. Batson, and why, 308 a.—Jessop's evidence, 313 a, eZ sea.—evidence and calculations of Mr. Ludlam, 321 a.—report of commissioners of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 15 May 1801

    12 INDEX *o *7ie FOURTEENTH VOL. 0/ REPORTS £0nD0n Pott, &c—continued. tonnage, draught of water, tiers of shipping, 281 ab.—ac- commodations with respect to the tide; general view of the colliers, 282. Opinion respecting improvement of the river ; Subscribers-only content

 

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