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  • * British History Online *

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    Warrant Book, May 1711, 1-15, 01 May 1711-31 May 1711

    to its being repaired. Further you are to make and place two new gates, one beyond Bloody Bridge over against Blacklands and the other at Chelsea between the two walls behind the Duke of Beaufort's house. Warrants not Relating to

    Index, B, 01 January 1711-31 December 1711

    (Bly), John, Collector of Padstow Port, 127, 166, 379. Blith , Ezekiel, boatman, 587. Blockmen , 117. Bloody Bridge , Blacklands [London ] , gate to Queen's private roads, 276. Blossett , Colonel , Regiment of, 344. Blount . See

    Index, L, 01 January 1711-31 December 1711

    wines from Canaries for, 188. LONDON AND WESTMINSTER: Streets and Places in or near : Banqueting House, 22. Bloody Bridge, Blacklands, 276. Blow Bladder Street, "Sun" in, 135. Bridge House, Southwark, 372, 420. Chapel Royal. See under Chapel Royal. Cheapside,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLAKE, John II (b.c.1388), of Quemerford in Calne, Wilts.

    who had represented the borough in the Parliaments of 1381, 1384 (Nov.) and 1385.[footnote] By 1412 he had inherited some of the family property at Blacklands, a mile south east of Calne, said to be worth 40 marks a year.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    named Esther Jarmnan, the wife of William Jarman, the keeper of the Haunch of Venison beer-shop, at the corner of Blacklands lane, Chelsea, had died from the effects of violence inflicted by her husband. As the investigation has not been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this appalling and barbarous justice.- Standard. INCENDIARiSM.-The Bury assd Suffolk Herald-a land- lord's paper-mentions fires which have taken place at Blacklands farm, Cavendish, belonging to Mr J. R. Brice; and on the farm of Mr Silverstone, of Saxhain; in both Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, City, eccountants; no far as regards G. I. Jay-N.. .G. S., and E. S. Hinchliff and W. Haselden, Wilitelands, Blacklands lane, Chelsea, wholesale paperhanging manufacturers; so far as regards E. S. Hinchlaff. BsankrUpce.-J. Barnard (and. not Barnard, as advertised Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the pit. The prisoners Boghurst and Brown, wvho arc charged with being implicated in the burglary at Mr Braddon's mansion, Blacklands, have been fully committed to take their trial at the ensuing assizes for the county. A post office notice Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London, E.C. Lieut.-Gen. Carmichael, 0.B., Hyndford house, Brompton, S.W. E. Edmonds, Esq.. J.P., Berryfield. Bradford-on-Avon. Marshall l1ath, Esq., J.P., Barrister-at-Law, Blacklands park, Calne, Wilts, and Temple, London, E.C. J. B. Phillips, Esq., Rawtenstall, near Manchester. Thomos Early Smith, Esq. (Messrs Subscribers-only content

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