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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Miserden Economic history

    had four parcels of contiguous open-field land stretching from its south-east corner and totallin g 40 a.; they were named Bidwell , the Butts , the Downs , and the Plain of Downs . 93 The open fields extended to

    Parishes West Quantoxhead

    the north-east corner of the parish, seems to have emerged as a consolidated farm by the 14th century, 3 and Bidwell , north-west of Weacombe , occurs in the 13th century. 4 Quarries in the centre of the parish were

    Parishes Houghton Regis

    very picturesque. The little hamlet of Thorn (la Thorne , Thornbury ) 6 lies half a mile north of Puddlehill. Bidwell is a picturesque hamlet lying to the north-west of Houghton village and separated from it by a hill. It

    Chippenham Economic history Chippenham c. 1544 (excluding Badlingham)

    1976 . R. Onslow , Headquarters: Hist. Newmarket and its Racing , 160, 295. Jockey Club Training Ground Map ( Bidwell 's, Cambridge , 1992 ). Dir. Turf ( 1984 ). Inf. from Mr. D. Sheckles, Mill Stud , Chippenham

    Parishes Sherborne St. John

    Mr. Julius Alington . From the latter Beaurepaire passed by purchase in 1883 to Messrs. Henry S. Welch-Thornton and Alfred Bidwell Welch-Thornton respectively father and uncle of the present owner, Mr. Henry WelchThornton, J.P. 162 Beaurepaire was twice at least

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 10, 21 May 1689, 21 May 1689-21 May 1689

    prepared, and must receive it; so he staid, and received: But said, Mobb was never excommunicated, to his Knowledge. * Bidwell , Serjeant of the Town said, Mendham , came down 30 January , and Mobb 's Partner asked him

    Index, B, 01 July 1623-31 March 1625

    Bewdley , see Beaulieu. Bexley , manor of Bible , the, see also Revelations. Bickerstaffe Bidstone , letter dated from Bidwell (widow) Biggleswade Bill , John (King's printer) letters of and to Billimillmore , see Killiworth-more. Billimore Billing , Rich. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 January 1766-31 December 1769

    Bevan , Edward, of Air Street, carpenter, invention Beverston , rectory of Bible , a history of the, & c. Bidwell , Thomas, clerk, Secretary of State's Office Bilbao , re-establishment of a consul at, trade being considerable Bingham , Subscribers-only content

    James 1 - volume 167, June 1-17, 1624, 01 June 1624-17 June 1624

    Bp. of Exeter and Mr. Berry. The King requests them to give a speedy end to the business of Widow Bidwell, which both parties have agreed to refer to them, and either to end the differences by mediation, or report Subscribers-only content

    James 1 - volume 173, October 1624, 01 October 1624-31 October 1624

    5. Exeter. 19. Valentine Carey, Bp. of Exeter, and Barth. Berge, to Sec. Conway. Find that the complaints of Widow Bidwell against the city and Mr. Marshall, for detaining from her the property of her late husband, are unfounded. Have Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wrth ymdrafod a ladron. Yr oedd - un o'r frawdoliaeth flaeiaaf wedi derbyn rhyw q i awgrymiad i'r perwyl fad Bidwell, un o gynorth- r wywyr penaf Naoyes yn y iladrad, wedi eael ei b 3 i weled yn myned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STATE OF THE COUNTRY. CANT aRarRY.-On Sunday morning, about threeo'clock, an alarmof fire was again given in this city. A clover stack, at Blean, was observed to be on fire. On.Saturday night, as Mr. Harrison and Mr. Sladden, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    letter frois that pee, The same letter says that o,OOO dollars rewvardi had been offered for thsl arrest of Mer Bidwell. We give I no credit to this. reocre.1' te close the accrunt with an extract-highiv coloured of coorse-froil the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Upper Canada, the names of W. L. M'Kenzie, L. G. Parker, Dr Rolph of Ancaster and Marshall, and S. Bidwell, stand con- spictious. Of M'Kenzie, his hostility to thie government and his repeated expalsion fronm the House of Assembly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unless cause be shown to the contrary on the day of meeting. Feb. 2S, A. S. Tucker and G. Al. Bidwell, Kelcombe Regis, grocers-iMarch 3, J. Robinson, Leeds, cloth nsercbant-March 4, M. Sturley, Southlam, Warwickshire, organ builder-Feb. 28, W. Brown, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    31 May 1825, 31 May 1825

    Secy Canning to D. "I -p M Hil Eq. - J ") 13, 1825 8, 1824/Mess" Magnus, 13. 18251 Worrall. Bidwell and Jan. 18, — Jan. 24,' — _ Leave of Absence. Provisional Leave of Absence. " Josefa." M. Hamilton, Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1827, 19 February 1827

    Consul Larpent to /o/i« Bidwell Esq. ; ,4m/- " zeerp, 9th jPeJ. 1827.—Two Enclosures." " 8. Mr. Consul Gibsone to /oAn Bidwell Esq.; Dantzig, " 25th Jan. 1827" " 9. Mr. Consul Gibsone to John Bidwell Esq.; Dantzig, " 29th Subscribers-only content

    23 June 1830, 23 June 1830

    he arrived from Italy." " Did Major Bayley come to the same Hotel at Baden " that you and Mrs. Bidwell were at ?" " Yes." (By a Lord.) « Was it by Accident?" " Yes, quite." (By Counsel.) " Subscribers-only content

    11 August 1832, 11 August 1832

    nr. f Liementina. Bidwell, Esq. - - j" R. April 20, Two Enclosures. 95. Mr. Cowper to JohnT D.Feb. 16, Bidwell, Esq. - -JR. May 27, Two Enclosures. 96. Mr. Cowper to John l D. July 21, Bidwell, Esq. -JR. Subscribers-only content

    Sixteenth Report From The Select Committee On Finance, &c. Secretaries Of State., 19 July 1797

    NAMES. The Right Honourable Lord! Grenville - - -j George Hammond, Efq. - J George Canning, Efq. - -) Thomas Bidwell John Hinchl'uTe Stephen Rollcfton RANK. Time in Office. Principal Secretary — — l'|i. Yea •cretaries > | — — Subscribers-only content


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