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You searched for: Place: Biggins, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Steel, Purse Garnitures, Ac. Nails Locks and Pins Curtains, Muslin, &-c. Em- Scissors, &c. broidered Segars, &c. Coffee and Coffee Biggins Silk, Raw, (Turkey) Cases, Empty, Wooden, (tobe Silk and Woollen Stuffs broken up) Silk Manufactures, viz. Damask for Curtains, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUA~TIONS VACAN~T (coned). t~a as'Oi'Oid n 0swomt Sdals; mustebe¶ Ft '$2!' ~ etevt-te. F.l.Sadlc. 43 and 47, Ca;r- - t-ni , lain C~iWork;aousioa ti-,,st Jmi toDci~r ficoaods n n, LiD s-if d I~~~~ca ,i-rtot ti'rnetre-Ats. A 54.53, ioi~i'Y Post. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I above street on the previous evening.-After some re-- marks on the disorder in the neighbourhood, the Bench l discharged Biggins on condition that she left the town at once; Griffiths was sent to gaol for a month, Willett$ for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Ie B BARINoG-IX A PUBI.cCAN's Dooe.-On Saturday night a young and powerfullybecilt Irish labourer, giving the name of Authonv Biggins went tu the house of Mr. Edward Freeman, landlord of the Buli's Head Inn, High Street. He was in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iabt prosecutor, and this offence being also proved against Mills, he was also committed to Worcester on this cbarge; bat Biggins and Lovatt were discharged.-The case against Mrs. Perry was then gone into, and shs was also committed for trial Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Kirkby Lonsdale

    The next benefactor was Dame Elizabeth Curwen, 3 relict of Sir Nicholas Curwen and heiress to Thomas Carus of the Biggins, who on 4 March, 1609/10, conveyed to the Governors a messuage and tenement called the School-house 4 and three

    Treasury Minutes, October 1717, 2-31, 02 October 1717-31 October 1717

    suffer any process to go out against these people till the next Session of Parliament. Petition of the widow Briggins (Biggins) for a lease of some old houses in the Savoy. Referred to the Surveyor General [ of Crown Lands

    Warrant Books, March 1714, 1-10, 01 March 1714-10 March 1714

    dissolved Hospital of the Savoy, to pay 14 l . 4 s . 10 d . t o Rachel Briggens (Biggins) for glasier ' s work done by her late husband in some houses in the Savoy formerly held by

    Index, B, 01 January 1714-30 July 1714

    co. Devon, 13, 136, 185, 245, 309. Bidenden . See Biddenden. Bidloe , , Dr., 401. Bigg , John, 229. Biggins . See Briggins. Bigshot Walk . See Windsor Forest. Bilboa , Ireland, 302. Bill , John, 91, 104. Billingsly

    Index, B, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    See Bere. Bigg , Thomas, et al. , management of the estate of William Cotton, an idiot, petition for, 589. Biggins , Briggins , , widow, lease of old houses in the Savoy, 57. Biggot , John, tenant, 256. Bignal

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