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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chute Forest CHUTE FOREST 1839

    given the name Chute Forest. 46 From c . 1942 to c . 1950 Chute Lodge was used as a Borstal institution. 47 Most other settlement in Chute Forest parish has been beside the roads on its periphery. On the

    Civic institutions The City and County Borough of Kingston upon Hull . Azure, three open crowns of gold palewise .

    varied between 150 and 250 from 1918 until 1939 when the prison was partly evacuated. 131 From 1906 the ' Borstal ' system was applied at the prison with encouraging results. A Hull shipowner assisted the process of rehabilitation by

    West Bromwich Manors West Bromwich manor-house Sandwell Hall : ground-floor plan, c . 1770 Sandwell Park Farm

    lunatic asylum from 1897 to 1906 , then a school for mental defectives, 74 and in the 1920s a boys' Borstal . 75 It was finally left empty and was demolished in 1928 . 76 A fragment of the medieval

    Index K-Z

    the, see Rainbold priest , Viel the, see Viel Prior, R. C. , see Alexander prison , and see blindhouse; Borstal institution; lockups professi ons , see (for cross references) occupations and professions Prospect , see Pewsey protestant nonconformity ,

    Index A-J

    Bond Hopkins ) , Benj., book collectors , see Huth, A. H. and Hen. Booth , John, Boreham , Harvey, Borstal institution , and see prison; schools Boulter , Nat., Bourgchier : Anne, see Stafford Wm., count of Eu, Bourghchier

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 8, 30 June 1646, 30 June 1646-30 June 1646

    Commons for the Safety of the Western associated Counties shall be directed and appointed." Messengers from Sir T. Fairfax and Borstal, 10 . each. "Ordered, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That the Messenger that brought the Letter

    Venice, August 1623, 17-31, 01 August 1623-31 August 1623

    21st August, 1623. [ Italian . ] Enclosed in the preceding despatch. 119 . Copy of letter from Gueretiro and Borstal to the King of Bohemia, from Paris, the 27 th July , 1623. We have continued our efforts, but

    Index, B, 01 January 1623-31 December 1625

    captured, 559, 561. Boros , Borouues. See Burroughs. Borromeo , Federigo, Cardinal Archbishop of Milan: speaks of Emperor's difficulties 139. Borstal , agent of Palatine at Paris, 97. Bos , , 27, 48. Palatine tells terms of truce, 43; asked

    Historical Collections, The surrender of Oxford, etc.

    Design: Besides, that it was surrounded about with many small Garrisons of the King's, as Radcoat, Farington, Wallingford, Sherbon -House, Borstal , (which were as so many Outworks un to it.) The Situation of it, in reference to the Ground

    Charitable accounts of the Clothworkers' Company

    771 9 9 John Hobby's Charity. s . d . 1881. Jan. 26. To amount paid to Mr. George Russell, Borstal Farm, Plumstead, being a moiety of marsh rate in lieu of Walscott, made 16 Sept. 1880 at 2 s

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    left his home about four o'clock in the afternoon for his accustomed ride before dinner, and taking the road to Borstal turned to the left, with the intention of passing Nasheuden farm, on his way to the turnpike road leading Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the time Iof high water. 1, A prisoner named Bingleyhas ma'de good his escape from .e the convict establishment at Borstal, situate on- high g ground on the east bank of the Medway, about two miles e distant from Rochester. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    still an invalid at Crieff, Perthshire, where he has been staying for some months. A convict escaped yesterday afternoon from Borstal Prison, near Chatham, but was captured by two policemen after a smart chase. The result of the Newcastle School Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shooting is sometimes practised with more extraordinasy results than are bargained for. On Saturday afternoon a womaun who lives at Borstal. in the neighbourhood of Riochester, was sud- denly shot in the thigh while standing in the back kitchen ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on laud acquired by the Crown some time since, under the Defences Act, and close to the river Medway, at Borstal. The new buildings are to be erected entirely by convicts fruns the neighbouring convict prison at Chatham, where there Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BERNAL, Ralph (1783-1854), of 11 Park Crescent, Mdx.

    on how to proceed with the bribery at elections bill, 6 Aug. At a dinner held in his honour at Borstal, near Rochester, 17 Aug., he declared that "from the moment he had entered his political career, he had been

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Co-operative workshops in Great Britain, 1898, 1898

    1897 126 1,778 1,371 - 9,630 254 MEDWAY SHIP, BARGE, YACHT, AND BOAT BUILD¬ ING CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED, The Tower, Borstal , near Rochester . It cannot be contended that this Society has not to hold its own in the Subscribers-only content

    Co-operative workshops in Great Britain, 1896, 1896

    BOAT BUILD¬ ING CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED, The Tower, Borstal , near Rochester . It cannot be contended that this Society has not to hold its own in the open market. That is sometimes argued against co-operative production by those who Subscribers-only content

    Howard Association Report: October, 1897., 1897

    a very poor appearance in this matter. So do the visitors of the tour convict prisons of Parkiiurst, Dartmoor , Borstal , and Portland . Aylesbury (for women convicts) on the contrary, shows more than five times as many visits Subscribers-only content

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