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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Covington Bayeux. Argent three lions purpure .

    the vestry, floor slabs to Sarah daughter of the Rev. C. A. Binns , rector, and of Margaret his wife, d. 1856; and the Rev. Cornelius Alphonsus Binns , rector [d. 1865 ] . In the nave, War Memorial, 1914-18

    Townships Curborough and Elmshurst CURBOROUGH AND ELMHURST 1987

    in 1711 ), 27 part of the road from Lichfield to Handsacre and King's Bromley : Red Brae Farm (formerly Binns Farm); 28 Sunnyside Farm to the north; 29 and Hunt's Farm further north, which replaced a farmhouse probably of

    Brewood Churches, schools and charities

    43 The old organ, which had been partially reconstructed in 1887 , 44 was replaced by a new instrument by Binns . Stone tracery of 14th-century character was inserted in the north aisle windows in 1927 in memory of various

    The parish of Lancaster (in Lonsdale hundred) General history and castle LANCASTER HEYSHAM CLAUGHTON

    ser.), 118. All the new buildings of 1788-98 were designed by Mr. Harrison , architect, of Chester . In the Binns Collection at Liverpool Reference Library is a series of pen-and-ink sketches of Lancaster Castle showing the new additions and

    Townships Lancaster

    came a chapel or meeting-place at the upper corner of Bridge Lane and Church Street , as is indicated in Binns ' plan of 1821, but nothing further is known of this. In the 18th century there was certainly a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Medi 1sf, 1878. Mut,. GwiLyx EvANs, Anwyl Syr,-Mae yn dde Xenyf ddwyzi tystioleeth i rinwedd eich darpariaeth ragorol, y QvmxnE Binns, trwy yr hwn yr ydwyf wedi derbyn llmliW mawr yn fy nhaith a'mn Ilafur parhaus am bedwar inis-teitbio, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F ll: IL, are prepared for Commebt~ial 'par- ilts; lUniversity Atriculntiln and al ftiminatrond abnd the MedcLto and Law Preliminary Binns. et .aecomdaele tfer Bearders. NON Term sommendcei'ednesday, Jan lier Preepeotitse, &c., apply to the Head Kfeter. The COXLLIATV SCUOOL, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iadau, ac edlrychai dynion, fel Principal Sau- 1 mnarez Smith (Esgob Sidney yn awr), Proffs. I Kaufman, Kmingsmill, a'r Parch. Binns, arno fel I awdurdod ar bethau Cymreigg; ac yn ddiau yr - oedd ganddo un o'r llyfrgelloedd Cymreig If Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Price, Wil liams, and White, Lincolni's-inn. S.'Fletcher, Doncaster, haberdasher. Attornies, Messrs. iloss0r z Son, and Rosser, BartIeu's-buildings, Holborn. i J.4andJ. Binns, Lone, Cornwail;n merchants. Attorney, hh'r Burfoot,,Kiing's Bench-walks, Temple. M. Stead,.Ludlrw, Salopstone-mason. Attornies, Messrs.J? -kins, James, and Abbott, New-inni. M. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Tilson asl Son, Colemnan street. J. Brett, Mason street, Southwark, horse-dealer. [Rush, Crown court. J. Lote, Manchester street, Manchester square. [Binns, Clement's ilt. A. Constantine, Bolton-le-Moors, draper. [t1urd and Johnson, Temple, L.Bradstreet, Water lane,dealer. [Selby, St John's street road. G. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, B, 01 January 1693-31 December 1693

    Billingsley , Denham Lieut.-Col. Rupert Binaud , Samuel Bingen , Edward. Bingham , John Mr. Bingley fairs and markets at Binns , Col. Bion Bi rsen , Erick Birch , Samuel Bird , Abner Michael Birford , Ignatius Birkenfeldt , Subscribers-only content

    Letters from Mr Corker, 1 of 5

    be discovered by it. The leading partie of the Cavalliers are (as I heare) Russel, Nicholls, Read, Hopton, Treswell, Dean, Binns, Gilby, Willis, Mallom, Armstrong, Weston, and Villers. These or some of them have their constant meetings. There is a

    Entry Book, October 1691, 1-10, 01 October 1691-31 October 1691

    several garrisons in further part of their arrear 107 18 4 to ditto for Col. Aston and [Col. ] Bings [Binns ] 200 0 0 to ditto for 10 Gentlemen of the Guards 135 15 0 to ditto for Sir

    Index, B, 19 December 1688-26 October 1693

    and 23 Feb.-amended by Speaker, 6 Feb.-House put Lords in mind of Bills, 28 Feb. 2. 4. & 10. Mar. Binns , Mr. desired to preach, 19 Jan. Thanked, 1 Feb. Blackwell-hall Factors Petition, 24 Nov. Vide Woollen . Bland

    Index of Subjects, P, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    T. Baumee, Sieur de la. Bayze, J. Beatrix, . Beaumont, J. Berkeley, Lady Jane. Bernard, J. Bernardou, . Berteau, . Binns, R. Borda, du. Bourcourt, G. Bowden, . Bray L. Bridgeman, Mris. Brock R. Bourse, la. Brown, S. Browning, Jane.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 January 1810, 25 January 1810

    is Plaintiff, and Matthew Campbell and William John/on are Defendants. Vol. And in the laft, Jonas Binns is Plaintiff, and Samuel Guppy Defendant. 421 Binns againft Guppy. Upon reading the Petition of the Prifoners confined Chefter for Debt in His Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1810, 5 February 1810

    Recognizance for the faid Appellants, as defired. Upon reading the Petition of Samuel Guppy, Defendant Binns againfl in a Writ of Error, wherein Jonas Binns is Plaintiff; Guppy: fetting forth, " That the Plaintiff in Error has not *'• affigned Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    entered by D. Binns and others, armed with Hatchets, &c, for the Purpose of destroying his Furni- tire. On this Occasion a respectable Female, attempting to pro¬ tect Mr. Abbotfs Property, was struck with a Horsewhip by T>. Binns, [752] Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Volumes of the Journals of the House of Commons

    Commiffioners of, IX. 67. Adams, Mr. John, XI. 576. Alfop, Mr. VM»- 354. Arnold, Mr. John, IX. 463. Barton, Mr. Samuel, Chaplain. XL 5-p. B*"" ter, Mr. Richard, Vlil. 7. Binns, Mr. X. 801. Birch, Dr.- Pu<:i. X. -179, ~^- Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Volumes of the Journals of the House of Commons

    See Adams Mr. John, XL 576. Alfop, Mr. MIL 354. Barton, Mr. Samuel, XL 558. Baxter, Mr. Richard, MIL 7. Binns, Mr X 801". Biich, Dr. Peter, X. 279, 2bj; XL 74. Bolton, Dr. MIL 315. Burnett, Dr. Gilbert, IX. Subscribers-only content


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