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You searched for: Place: Blakemore, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Randwick Economic history

    Farm, 1 the only field mentioned in the extent of 1267 when the demesne had 15½ a. there, 2 and Blakemore field mentioned in 1776 3 , were perhaps peculiar to Randwick . In 1267 the demesne land lay in

    Parishes Great Hampden

    at Princes Risborough and Great Missenden . There is a common in the southern part of the parish, lying near Blakemore Farm, and various springs give an excellent supply of water, but there are, however, no brooks of any kind.

    The parish of Selborne

    1240 granting to the Templars six acres of land lying 'between their manor of Sudinton and the king's manor of Blakemore ,' and found to belong to ' Blakemere ,' 52 would seem to imply that Sotherington manor included the

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Harnall, Radford , and Whitmore Park

    extension of 1928. 97 GENERAL HISTORY. Lands of Robert Scot , Robert Beaufitz, and Anketil Locard, and the field called Blakemore , in the district afterwards known as Whitmore , were mentioned in the 12th century. 98 In the 13th

    Henstridge Henstridge in 1839

    in 1548 , 44 may have originated in lands called Bouedonrew which were held by Adam son of Giles of Blakemore , possibly of John Toomer , in 1374 . In 1397 Adam's lands were released by John Toomer to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dorsetshire-John Bond, of Grange, Esq. Essez-Capel Cure, of Blake Hall, in Bobbingwortb, Esq. Gloucastershire-David Ricardo, of Gatromhe Park, Esq. Herefordshire-Riebard Blakemore, of the Leys, Esq. Hertfordshire-Willaam Hale, of King's Walden, Esq. Kent-Edward Rice, of Dane court, Esq. Leicestershire-Sir G. H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late members, Mr. Lee and Mr. Vaughan, whose vowes neutralized each other, -are again canvassirg; and a third gentlemana Air. Blakemore, is coming forward. Sussax.-Lord George Lennox and the late member will be returned by the reformers without opposition. AreundeI.-Aldertnan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    159 Brisco (T) . 158 Two former returned. HEREFORD, JAN. 7. Clive (R) . . 449 Biddulph (R) . 426 Blakemore (T) . 418 Two former returned. HERTFORD, JAN. 6. Lord Mahon (T) 359 Hon. Wmi. Cow- per (R) . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I.-Warrington Hawkeo, Thomas-Dudley Blackstone, W. S.-Walling- Hayes, Sir B.-Donegal ford H eathcote, G. .-Rutlondohire Blake, Martin J.-Galway HeathcDte, Sir W.-Haumpohirc Blakemore, Richard-Wells Heneage, G. Y.-DIevizrs Bodkin, W. H.-Rochester ilebeage, Edward-GCrioby JBodkin, J.-Galway Co. Henley, J. W.-Oxfordshire Boidero, H. G.-Cippenham Hepburn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . 0 0 1 Lord Brooke . . 0 0 1 Wells 2 W G Hayter . I 0 R Blakemore . 0 1 0 Wenlock 2 Hon G C Forester . 0 0 1 J M Gaskell . . Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CLIVE, Edward Bolton (1765-1845), of Whitfield, Herefs.

    duties to be retained to protect both the agriculturist and the labourer. He narrowly outpolled the anti-Catholic Tory industrialist Richard Blakemore in a bitter contest to come in with the pro-emancipation ministerialist Lord Eastnor.[footnote] Differing from Henry Brougham and the

    COTTERELL, Sir John Geers, 1st bt. (1757-1845), of Garnons, Herefs.

    He nevertheless cast a second vote for the unsuccessful anti-Catholic candidate Richard Blakemore; and his name headed the subscription list and requisition for a public dinner for Blakemore in July 1826.[footnote] Cotterell, who had been present at their adoption, presented

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 March 1830, 22 March 1830

    Errors " assigned upon the Writ of Error wherein the Gla- " morganshire Canal Company are Plaintiffs, and Richard " Blakemore is Defendant:" It is Ordered, That this House will hear the said Errors argued, by Counsel at the Bar, Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1830, 11 May 1830

    Cases; and also " the Defendant's Petition in the Writ of Error, The " Glamorganshire Canal Navigation Company against " Blakemore, praying their Lordships for Leave to lodge " his Cases and Appendixes; and had heard the Agents " thereon, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 23 July 1830

    attend, 401. — Put off, and Judges to attend, 598. — Put off sine Die, 626. Glamorganshire Canal Company v. Blakemore; Writ of Error delivered, 41. — Hearing appointed, 142. — Petition of Defendant to lodge Cases, presented and referred Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Appeal Committee, 407. — Answer brought in, 444. — Report made, and Petition complied with, 462. Glamorganshire Canal Company v. Blakemore; Writ of Error; Petition of Defendant for an early Day for Hearing, presented and referred to Appeal Committee, 461. Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    ; To be heard, 993. — Appellant's Counsel heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed, with ^150 Costs, 994. Glamorganshire Canal Company v. Blakemore; Writ of Error; To be heard, 781. — Heard, 799. — To be considered, 948. — Considered, and put Subscribers-only content

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