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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woodmancote Nonconformity

    size; the reason was presumably partly the distance of the church from the main settlements. Part of a house at Blackstone was registered for the worship of dissenters in 1829 , and another house there, for Independents, in 1839 .

    Woodmancote

    but in 1984 it was only a track. A branch road led north from Blackstone towards High Cross in Albourne . 12 Blackstone bridge, between Blackstone and High Cross , 13 was mentioned from 1288. 14 A road from Woodmancote

    Woodmancote Economic history

    the common, and other closes, one of 3½ a., were so described in 1670 and later. 21 Blackstone common, apparently lying south of Blackstone hamlet, was mentioned in 1605 and 1661. 22 There was common land of Wickensands manor on

    Woodmancote Local government

    beadle or beadles. Besides land transactions, the court dealt with the repair of houses and fences. 70 A headborough of Blackstone tithing was mentioned in the 1370s , 71 and a headborough and an aletaster in 1560 . 72 Two

    Tipnoak Hundred

    divided into the tithings of Bishopshurst (in Albourne ), Buckwish, Chestham, Intithing, and Oreham in Henfield , and Bilsborough or Blackstone in Woodmancote . 9 Tenants of Ewhurst manor in Shermanbury who held land at Chestham owed suit to the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLACKSTONE, William (1723-80), of Wallingford, Berks.

    1766 Blackstone spoke against the new window tax-showed its futility, ‘and how easy to be avoided’:[footnote] ‘If every person stops a window will take away the whole-46,000, if one half 23,000-will reduce the tax.’[footnote] On 5 Dec. 1766 Blackstone supported

    CALTHORPE, James (1699-1784), of Ampton, Suff.

    CALTHORPE, James (1699-1784), of Ampton, Suff. Constituency Dates Hindon 21 Jan. 1758 1761 Ofifces Held Gentleman usher in waiting 1731-42; yeoman of the removing wardrobe 1742-82. Biography Calthorpe entered court under the wing of Charles, 2nd Duke of Grafton,

    PAYNE, Ralph (1739-1807).

    PAYNE, Ralph (1739-1807). Constituency Dates Shaftesbury 1768 May 1771 Camelford 4 Nov. 1776 1780 Plympton Erle 1780 1784 New Woodstock 21 Oct. 1795 Jan. 1799 Ofifces Held Gov. Leeward 1s. 1771-5, 1799-1807; clerk of the Green Cloth 1777-82; P.C.

    WARRE, John Ashley (1787-1860), of Cheddon Fitzpayne, Som.

    court dress’ on occasions when there were official visitors. He expressed distaste for the game bill, against which he quoted Blackstone, 18 Feb. 1818. Between then and the dissolution he remained critical of the cost of government. On 20 May

    NEWDIGATE, Sir Roger, 5th Bt. (1719-1806), of Arbury, Warws. and Harefield, Mdx.

    He owed his adoption by Oxford University to his Middlesex friend and supporter James Clitherow, who introduced him to William Blackstone, fellow of All Souls and one of the leaders of the Old Interest at Oxford. In 1754 Oxford was

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