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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Shrewsbury

    . Owen and Blakeway , Hist. Shrews . ii. 471-2. Ibid. T.S.A.S . [1st ser. ] iii. 327-8. Owen and Blakeway , Hist. Shrews . ii. 472. Phillips, Hist. Shrews . ( 1779 ), 115-16; Owen and Blakeway , Hist.

    Friaries Austin friars

    Owen and Blakeway , Hist. Shrews . ii. 451 n. Ibid. 452 n. F. Roth in Augustiniana , xv. 200. Owen and Blakeway , Hist. Shrews . ii. 452. Cal. Pat . 1292-1301 , 328. Owen and Blakeway , Hist.

    Colleges of secular canons Shrewsbury

    Gough Salop . 14, pp. 28-35. V.C.H. Salop . viii. 122. Ibid. Owen and Blakeway , Hist. Shrews . ii. 202. S.R.O. 1048/848-58. Owen and Blakeway , Hist. Shrews . ii. 180-1. The possibility that the church was as early

    Friaries Dominican Friars

    ix. 251-66. The Reliquary , xxvi. 73; Close R . 1231-4 , 67. The date 1222, given in Owen and Blakeway , Hist. Shrews . ii. 444, is due to a misreading of ' 6 Henry III ' for '

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Shrewsbury

    Ibid. 1413-16 , 258. Owen and Blakeway , Hist. Shrews . ii. 33-42. B. M. Hargrave MS. 313, ff. 52v.-53. Cal. Papal Regs . xi. 478-9. Cal. Pat . 1485-94 , 158; Owen and Blakeway , Hist. Shrews . ii.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Royal Navy and a Cornpanion of the Order of the Bath. In his Gist year, the Rev. John Brickdale Blakeway, M.A. and F.1.5. thirty years Minister of St Mary's, Shrewsbury. At Canterbury, Lieutenant-Colonel John James, of the Royal Marines. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 4th Light Dragoi'ns, vice Harvey; Lieut. J. H. 'onge, by purchase, Ivice Caulfield, who retires. To be Lieutenants-Lieut. J. Blakeway, from half pay of the Cape Corpst Lieut. A. Browne, from half.pay of the 52d Foot; Liut. J. Csarnbre, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with any possible liabilities, present or to future, inscurred by Messrs. Barnetts, Hoares, and Company 7 in connection with tlse Blakeway frauds. This fact was Rd clearly elated in the report of the chairman's speech at y. the Shareholders' first Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was placed v in Blakeway. Deponent had no idea that the firin was w insolvent until the 30th of January last. Deponent w denied any kissowledge of the fraudulent dealings alleged G against his partner Blakeway, who.had absconded. The h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from the effects of injuries received oil the 19th inst. It appears that Browne was swinging upon a pole at Blakeway Eall, Colliery Wood Lane, when lhe was severely crushed between a gatepost and the pole. WOLVEPHAMPTON. STrmErnr AcclUESv. - Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 December 1709, 20 December 1709

    the Younger, the Right Honourable Edward Earl of Jerfey, and the Right Honourable Barbara Countefs of Jerfey his Wife, William Blakeway Executor of Elizabeth Pearfe, who was Executrix of James Pearfe the Elder, deceafed; and praying the faid Re¬ port Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1725, 21 April 1725

    Inftant, fend a Copy of *' a Bill exhibited in the Court of Chancery, at the Suit " of one Blakeway and others, Creditors of Sir Harry " John/on deceafed, and a Letter thereupon, direcled '* to the Earl of Subscribers-only content

    24 January 1726, 24 January 1727

    Upon reading the Petitfön and Appeal of Thomas ^; of Straffcrd ; complaining of an Order of the Court of Blakeway Chancery, made the Nineteenth Day of Ofiobsr Jaft, in a Caufe wherein William Blake-way and Sarah Harding Widow were Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1823, 24 March 1823

    et al> Free Grammar School of King Edward the Sixth, in the said Town ; and The Reverend John Brickdale Blakeway, " exported from Great Britain, as will enable the British Master of Arts, Ordinary and Official of the peculiar Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1823, 24 March 1823

    George the Third, vested in the Governors "¦ and Trustees of the said School: That the Petitioner « John Brickdale Blakeway is the present Official of the " said peculiar Jurisdiction, and hath a Registrar duly " appointed by Patent; Subscribers-only content

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