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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Broadwood, in Mahogany Case; Four Post and French Bedsteads, with damask and other appro- priate drapery, several pairs of Blankets, Capacious Wardrobes, painted Linen Presses, Toilet Stands, Dress- ing Glasses, and other Suites and Appendages, drug. gets and Kidderminster Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hairi 'Mattresses, 'Feather Beds, Chests of Drawers, Mahogany and Oak'Wardrobes, Wasbstands and Toilet Tables, Dressing Glasses, Brussels, and other Carpets, 'Blankets, Counterpanes, &c. Kitchen *Furniture and' Culinary Utensils, Dressers, Tables, Dish Covers,- China and Glass Services,- Plate4 Goods, &c.,' together Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Calicos and Muslins ... 124 16 3 Linens ... .. 95 8 8 Prints, Galateas, &c. ... 106 13 6 Blankets, Quilts, &c.... .., 76 16 9. '7103 3 3 Lace Curtains ... ... 30 19 3 Cambric Handkerchiefs . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cushion; R1ev. Lewi ' Ellis, Rihyl, Cheque; Mr. John Davies, Manchester, Cutlery; .Mr and Mrs C. Jones, Dolgelley, Fair of Blankets; Miss Jones, I Doigelley, Silver Tea Pot; Mrs. Edwards, Machynlleth, Cheque; I Mr. James, Tynrhos, Cheque'- Rev, and Mrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for Ladies' and GentS' Wear and al l - Seasons and Climates. UEMI AN Y.sY DEN', Also: Real Welsh Flannels, Blankets, Shirtinays, Skirtitigs, Shawls, Carriage and Travelling Rugs. ASTOUNDING~ VALUE. HIGH CLASS TAILORING, TAILOR-MIADE COSTUMES:-A Speciaity. 1, AU.~TPI.I RlUSSIA, All Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 9 APPENDIX.

    and worthy Matron of this House, have special Regard to the good ordering and keeping of all the Sheets, Coverlets, Blankets , Beds, and other Implements committed to your Charge, that now do, or hereafter shall, appertain unto the Poor.

    Book 1, Chapter 26 The WORKHOUSE in Bishopsgatestreet.

    Westminster , and in other Parts with her said Children in Paniers on Horseback, being wrapt up in Sheets and Blankets , pretending that they were burnt in their Limbs by a Fire in Lincolnshire that consumed her House. This

    Book 5, Chapter 9 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Drapers.]

    Norwich Grograin. Narrow Woolsteds. Mocadoes { double } { middle} { tuft } sort. Plomets. Carells. Fustians of Naples . Blankets , called Spanish Ruggs. Knit Hose of Woolsted Yarn. Now they made the Queen's Loss by this Manufacture to

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Martins Ludgate.] Faringdon Ward within. [Ludgate Prison.]

    lies therein to pay 8 Pence 00 00 08 The Keeper finding and providing Beds, Bedding, Mats and Cords, Sheets, Blankets , and Coverlets, the Prisoners are to pay him for the best Lodging, per Night 00 00 03 For

    Book 5, Chapter 18 [New Blackwel-hall.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    distinguished or known, or in what Place soever made, and all other Kersies, Bayes, Tammies, Sayes, Rashes, Perpetuanies, Serges, Ruggs, Blankets , Mottleys of what sort or nature soever, Pennistones, Half-Thicks, Plains, Friezes, Cottons, Fustians, Linsy-woolsy, Stockings of all sorts,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Childerditch CHILDRDITCH 1980

    are three farms on ancient sites: Nuttys, Tillingham Hall , and Blankets . Nuttys was formerly called Offens, from an 18thcentury tenant. 15 Tillingham was a Domesday manor. Blankets was associated with the family of John Blanket (fl. 1440 or

    Calne Charities for the poor

    was given to trustees, who were to sp end the interest on blankets and overcoats for the poor of Calne parish. The charity's income was £25 a year. Blankets were given in most years until the 1950s , and in

    Witney borough Economic history: economic life 1500 to 1800 36. Seal of the Witney Blanket Company .

    John Collier (fl. 1565-94 ), sold 30 blankets to the earl of Leicester , then lessee of Witney manor. 33 From the 1620s and 1630s prominent Witney clothiers increasingly owned large quantities of blankets and blanket-yarn, 34 and in 1641

    Parishes Manningford Bruce

    used to buy blankets for the elderly. In the mid 1960s the charity income was £25 yearly. Blankets were given in 1964 and in 1965 to 18 and to 22 parishioners respectively. 146 In 1969 20 blankets were distributed. 147

    Burton-upon-Trent Charities for the poor

    or £100 which was distributed in cash, beef, and bread to the poor of the town and the outlying villages. Blankets and clothes distributed to the poor in 1815 may have been given to celebrate the end of the Peninsular


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