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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Edgeworth Charities for the poor

    old age pensioners. 14 Bigland , Glos . i. 553; cf. Cat. Glouc. Wills , 1541-1650 , 187. 14 th Rep. Com . Char . ( 1826 ), 60; Bigland , Glos . i. 553. Bigland , Glos . i.

    Randwick Education

    . 75-76. See below. 16th Rep. Com . Char . 76-79. Glos. R.O., P 263/SC 1. Rudder, Glos . 619. Bigland , Glos . iii, no. 212. 16th Rep. Com . Char . 79. Glos. R.O., P 263/CH 2. Educ.

    Randwick Charities

    brought in more than £5 a year, was distributed in cash at Christmas. 44 16th Rep. Com . Char . 74-80. Bigland , Glos . iii, no. 212. Glos. R.O., P 263/CH 2-3. Char. Com. Reg.; ex inf. the vicar.

    Avening Charities for the poor

    Char . 331-2; cf. Bigland , Glos . i. 92, where Eliz. Coxe is wrongly named as Eliz. Clutterbuck. Glos. R.O., CH 21. Ex inf. the rector. 18 th Rep. Com . Char . 334; Bigland , Glos . i.

    Winstone Education

    Digest , 317. G.D.R. vol. 383, no. ccxlvi. Cf. Educ. Enquiry Abstract , 332, where the day-school is not mentioned. Bigland , Glos . iii, no. 304. Church Schools Inquiry , 1846-7 , 18-19. Ed. 7/35/378. Kelly 's Dir. Glos

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    alill Shines'ron. our tlnttt;i sight firon the geni t`f Italv in fbrmer tipies, tInj therehy giving the gre-it promise that Bigland is abanv ti partake :Ii thaDt *reni til l.r the highxest hotLuOrs of' 'Art. iWe are fully~jestltieij*ta t4 I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    31st Foot, to be Major, without purchase, vice Bernard, deceased. 46th Foot-B. Mlenzies, Gent. to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Bigland, deceased. 49th Foot-Ensign G. Weir, to be Lient. by purchase, vice Faunt, whose promotion has been cancelled. Gltb Feet- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aeamp and jute lookers, with liabilities for 100,0001., a large purtion of which is secured by produce, and Afessrs Gilbraith, Bigland,; and Co., meechants and coenmission agents, whose liabilities are estimated at about 150,0001., the greater part of which is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was 6 A.getdnerta h ex uoer war woisld involve Sot dinal l h otnn.Teews therefore, a great g opprtunty fr Bigland wit itsinsuar position of corn- Ol paratie secrityto tae thefirstplacein tire lisculcatioss 8 is ofabtain rdpae 5 DEATIS UNDtER Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1Bucskley aud G. H-lops, Hwkley Hill, Birm- ing/ham, esasofactorers of plated wares,-W. Wheeler asid E. Skelton, *Varringlon, Lancashire, hardware dealers.-C. Doley, E, Bigland, and T. El. Warrall, Neihall Hill, Birmingham, or- nanmentalists on glass, so far as rgards iE. Bigland. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BIGLAND, Edward (c.1620-1704), of Long Whatton, Leics.

    private means, and Bigland was able to resume his education after the Civil War, qualifying as a barrister in 1654. His wife also came of a clerical family, her grandfather having been a pastor in Saintonge. Bigland acted as legal


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