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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stroud Economic history

    72 Thomas Smith was making cloth there in 1889 , 73 but in 1901 it was an ironworks. 74 Apperly, Bidlake , & Co., recorded as cloth-merchants at Bowbridge between 1914 and 1931 , occupied Newcombe's Mill, 75 and in

    Lichfield Social and cultural activities

    a library in Bird Street in 1859 . Built of yellow brick in an Italianate style, it was designed by Bidlake & Lovatt of Wolverhampton . 226 The figure of an armed sailor on the building by the entrance was

    Index A-J

    see Coalbrookdale archery , see entertainments, etc. architects , and see A.S.S.Q. Associates; Barry , Sir Chas .; Bellamy, R.; Bidlake , Geo.; Bishop, Mr. - Bowdler, Mr. - Butler, Bertram; Carline, John; Christian, Ewan; Dalgleish, C. B.; Eginton, Harvey;

    Index A - K

    John Floyer , 79 archery , 162 Arches , dean of ct. of, 138 n architects , see Adams ; Bidlake & Lovatt; Bodley ; Brown, Lancelot; Butler Wones Partnership; Christian; Cox, G. H.; Etchells; Fowler ; Guest; Gwilliam &

    Index A-J

    , W. H., Anthill , Wm., apothecaries, Apperly: Alfred (later Sir Alfred ), Chas., David, Jas., John, fam., Apperly , Bidlake , & Co., Apperly , Curtis, & Co., Appleby : Ferdinand, rector of Sapperton , Hen., rector of Shipton

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, June 1605, 16-30, 16 June 1605-30 June 1605

    Has received Bidlake's petition, by which Salisbury is much abused. Bidlake and Norley have had many fair offers, as Salisbury will see by the enclosed. Seeks not to strip Bidlake of his ward; for Willoughby, who pretends a contract, is

    Charles I - volume 514, August 1646, 01 August 1646-31 August 1646

    Clerk of the Peace, Walter Langdon, Esq., Capt. Symon Cott le, Capt. Channing, Capt. Gyll, Major Howell, Capt. Henry Bidlake of Bidlake [co. Devon. ] , Sir John Grylls, High Sheriff, Captains Moulton, Lughar, and Thos. Munday, gent., with many Subscribers-only content

    Index, B

    Biche , La, Colonel of Walloons and governor of Hulst, 424, 425. Biddick [Durham ] , letter dated at, 251. Bidlake , , a clerk in Sir John Roper's office, 278. Bidney (Hereford), letter dated at, 155. Biens (in Hainault),

    Volume G 248, September 1649, 01 September 1649-30 September 1649

    Maddick, South Brent 30 0 0 Lady Wray, P., Sourton 6 13 4 Thos. Wood, Germansweek 51 2 4 Hen. Bidlake, not let, 42 l . 8 0 8 George Westcombe, Linridge, unset, 178 l . Rob. Bayly, P. in Subscribers-only content

    Index - B, 13 April 1640-14 March 1643

    Sea, 5 Oct. Bickley , Francis, & c. 1642, Petition; Order for Delivery of Goods seized at Bristol, 27 May. Bidlake , Hen. 1642, carried to the King's Bench, 27 Dec.- To be removed to Ipswich, and kept close Prisoner

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the Society of Arts. They were finally reduced to five, viz., Messrs E. Holmes, C. Critchett, Wilkin, Henry, and Bidlake. The Council elected Mr Critebett to the office. A week's additional holidays have been granted this year at St Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1lth, at Quedgeley, in her 87th year, Mrs Hayward-On the 19th, at Haslemere, Xrs Simmotns, aged 8l-Oa the 21st, T Bidlake, Esq, in his 83rd year-On the 15th, at Poole, F Bryant, Esq, in his 85th year-On the 22nd, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMI1tCERCIAL AND MOXETARY. I - - ror our Citu Correvpoadmt.l S LONDON, Wednesday Eveniar. u Bank rate. for discount since January 31, 1889, 3 per cent. 3 There vas nothing nfvl to notice in Lombard I Street. The demand Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    forms in the middle ages, with details of the ever-varied means adopted for their ornamentation, were exhaustively treated; and M~r. Bidlake closed his paper by a comparison showing howy in the decadence of the Gothic architecture it w as true Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beat- ing Tubbs by three yards. Time, 18min. 21 3-Sseo.- Heat 3: Louis Stein, Frankfurter Radfahrer Verein, 1: F. T. Bidlake, Stanley C.0., 2; W. 0. Goulding, Stan- ley 0.0., 3; IK E. Edge, Annerley C.C., retired. Edge led for Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 May 1801, 15 May 1801

    King's Bench, in the ufual Manner, delivered in at the title, in Error. Table a Writ of Error; wherein, John Bidlake Herring, and others, are Plaintiffs, and, John Goodtitle, Defendant. A Meffage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, Alburgli Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1802, 6 April 1802

    at. A Petition of John Goodtitle, Defendant in a Writ of againftGood- £rror depending in this Iioufe, to which John Bidlake Herring Efquire, and others, are Plaintiffs, was prefented and read ; fetting forth, " That upon an Ejectment " Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1802, 3 May 1802

    read for hearing Counfel Herring et al. to argue the Errors affigned upon the Writ of Error, againftGood- wherein John Bidlake Herring Efquire, and others, are title>'n Error. Plaintiffs, and John Goodtitle, on the Demife of George Sweet, is Defendant; Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1802, 6 May 1802

    for hearing Counfel Herring et a!. further, to argue the Errors affigned upon the Writ of aga"lft(jcod- EiTor, wherein John Bidlake Herring Efquire, and utlC'ln^Uo" others, are Plaintiffs, and John Goodtitle, on the Demife of George Sweet, is Defendant; and Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1802, 7 May 1802

    Record of the Court of King's Bench was brought into this Houfe the 15th Day of May 1801, wherein John Bidlake Herring Efquire, Jofeph Horna- brook, and John Kittow are Plaintiffs, and John Good- title, on the Demife of George Subscribers-only content

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