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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hen Dsstamleet......dechreu ye Genesis. Gyda thristwbh o gwirioneddol y clywsrm ddydd Sul, am farwolaeth y regius professor of Latin., yn Boston, Lincoluslhire. -Yr a oedd Mr. Conington yn "Fellow" yn Coleg Corpus h Christy. Enillodd yr Ireland Scholarship ye ,844, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llywodraeth Twrci neillduo 10,000p. y flwyddyn tuag at gyfieithu gweithiau Ewropeaidd i'r Dyrcaeg. Dywed gohebydd y New York Tribune, o Boston, fed 100 tudalen o gyfrol Mrs. Stowe, a elwir Amddi- V fyniad Arglwyddes Byroni, wedi en cysodi, ond nad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a hyny mewn amrywfanau, gan ryw elynion c i'r Indiaid. Collodd eu blaenor, Little Bea., ei f fywyd ar y pryd. a Dywedir fod dinas New York yn bwytta yn flyn- eS yddol 1,503,000 o ddefaid; a Boston 500,000. io Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drahausedd ar Kunj liawl ac ofnrar yjllawiaral]. i Wedi caelNeu cynorthwyo gan Gwaceriaidlcaredig i trwy Pensylvannia, daethant o'r diwedd i Boston, i a chawsant fod eu herlidwyr yno hefyd yn bry- derus am eu rhifo ymhlith aberthau cyntaf Deddf y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robinson." Ymysg yr adeiladau harddaf a godir eleni yn America, gellir enwi eglwysi Pabyddol yn New ' York, Brooklyn a Boston. Cyfrifirycyst y ddiwedd- I af 500,000 dol. | Cyhuddwyd dynes o'r enw Bridget M'Govern yn j swyddfa'r heddgeidwaid Liverpool Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St John Baptist without Boston

    Hospitals St John Baptist without Boston 91. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . JOHN BAPTIST WITHOUT BOSTON The hospital of St. John Baptist without Boston was founded before 1282, and at that time had sufficient revenues to maintain several poor men.

    Friaries Boston

    Friaries Boston FRIARIES 68. THE AUSTIN FRIARS OF BOSTON The king having licensed the Austin Friars 1 January, 1316 -17, to acquire five acres of land in Boston to build a house, 1 they obtained in part satisfaction of this

    List of maps and other text figures

    reproduce material in their possession thanks are offered to the Gloucestershire Record Office and to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston ( Mass. ). Fig. page 1. Bledisloe hundred, 1840 2 2. Awre and Blakeney , 1880 20 3. Lydney

    Hanwell Other estates

    within Hanwell proper, since the boundary between Hanwell and Boston manor (or New Brentford chapelry) lay nearby. These 43 acres belonged in 1816 to James Clitherow , the lord of Boston manor, 15 whose predecessor had held almost the same

    Hanwell Manor

    a separate estate had appeared in the town, which later became known as the manor of Boston . 2 The boundary between Hanwell and Boston manors probably became established at the same time. Apart from this, the boundaries of Hanwell

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FYDELL, Richard (?1709-80), of Boston, Lincs.

    of Boston, Lincs. Constituency Dates Boston 1734 1741 Ofifces Held Mayor, Boston 1739, 1753, 1776; judge of Admiralty, Boston 1745. Biography Fydell, a wine merchant of Boston, in partnership with his brother-in-law John Michell, possessed considerable influence with the Boston

    MICHELL, John (1710-66), of Boston, Lincs.

    MICHELL, John (1710-66), of Boston, Lincs. Constituency Dates Boston 1741 191754 Boston 1761 30 Nov. 1766 Ofifces Held Mayor, Boston 1744, 1758; recorder 1759. Biography Michell was a wine merchant at Boston, for which he was returned as a Tory

    PACEY, Henry (c.1669-1729), of Boston, Lincs.

    PACEY, Henry (c.1669-1729), of Boston, Lincs. Constituency Dates Boston 1722 10 Dec. 1729 Ofifces Held Receiver of land tax for part of Lincs. 1711; mayor, Boston 1708, 1720, dep. recorder 1709-15, 1724-7; judge of Admiralty, Boston 1711. Biography Descended from

    YORKE, Sir William (c.1646-1702), of Burton Pedwardine, Lincs.

    YORKE, Sir William (c.1646-1702), of Burton Pedwardine, Lincs. Constituency Dates Boston 23 May 1679 Boston Oct. 1679 Boston 1681 Boston 1689 Boston 1690 Boston 1695 Boston Feb 1701 Boston Dec. 1701 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Lincs. 1673-9, 1689-1701; j.p.

    STEVENSON, Richard (d.1611), of Boston, Lincs.

    STEVENSON, Richard (d.1611), of Boston, Lincs. Constituency Dates Boston 1586 Boston 1593 Boston 1597 Ofifces Held Mayor, Boston 1586-7, alderman from 1586. Biography Stevenson was probably related both to Robert Stevenson, the Queen’s farmer at Boston, and to the Stevenson

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 September 1746, 30 September 1746

    of November next, to be then here held: And this Parliament is accordingly prorogued to Tuefday the Eighteenth, Day of November next." Parliament prorogued. •i"f Februaiii, 1763, Hitherto examined by us3 Abercorn. Marchmont. Delamer. Boston. END Q F VOL. XXVI. Subscribers-only content

    17 June 1747, 17 June 1747

    " Day of July next, to be then here held; And, " this Parliament is accordingly prorogued to Thurfday " the Ninth Day of July next." Parliament prorogued. 270 Februarii, 1762, Hitherto examined by us Abercorn. Buckinghamshire. Delamer. Boston. Anno Subscribers-only content

    13 October 1748, 13 October 1748

    toTuefday the Twenty-ninth Day of November next, to be then here held: And this Parliament is accordingly pro¬ rogued to Tuefday the Twenty-ninth Day of Novem¬ ber next." ¦ 3° Martii, 176a, Hitherto examined by us, WlLLOUGHBY. Delamer. Boston, Anno Subscribers-only content

    15 October 1751, 15 October 1751

    " here held : And this Parliament is acordingly pro- 41 rogued to Thurfday the Fourteenth Day of November ** next." 605 t'arliaroent Jirorogned* 6" Martii, 1762. Hitherto examined by us, Abercorn. WlLLOUGHBY, St. John. scarsdale. Boston. VaL. XXVII. Ar.no Subscribers-only content

    21 September 1753, 21 September 1753

    vember next, to be then here held : And this Parlia- " ment is acordingly prorogued to Thurfday the Fif- " teenth Day of November next." Parliament 6° Martii, 1762. Hitherto examined by us, WlLLOUGHBY. St. John. ScARSDALE. Boston. •Anro Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 3 [St. Pancrace.] Cheape Ward.

    Lanthorns with Candles, to be hung up in the Parish 1 0 0 To Monuments of Persons buried. *Bernes. † Boston . Korkford. †Wyfolde. Packenton shot going to Morrow Mass. A fair Monument in the North Wall of the Choir.

    Book 5, Chapter 6 [Maiors and Sheriffs.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    Hen' VII. } Sheriffs, { William Steed . MAIOR, Sir William Rennington *, Fishmonger, Son to Robert Rennington of Boston in Lincolnshire . A.D. 1501 . } { Laurence Aylmer . 17 Hen' VII. } Sheriffs, { Henry Hede

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    Pence upon every Sack of Wool . In the 44th of Edward the Third , Quinborough, Kingston upon Hull and Boston , were made Staples of Wool : Which Matter so much offended some, that in the fiftieth of his

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 List of Stage Coaches and Carriers.

    Betsfield Carrier, Castle Smithfield Bars, thurs. Broxbourne Carrier, Katherine Wheel without Bishopsgate , mon. wednes. fri. Buntingford Carrier, ditto, fri. Boston Carrier, George at Aldersgate . Bingham Carrier, Bull Holborn , sat. St. Edmunds Bury Carrier, Bull Bishopsgate , wednes.

    Book 5, Chapter 29 [Table of Stages] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [and Post Towns.]

    Hallaton , Bosworth, Mount-sorrel, Ashby de la Zouch , Dunnington , Melton-Mowbray . LINCOLN -SHIRE. Stamford , Grnatham, Post-Witham , Boston , Lincoln , Barton , Beckingham , Gainsbrough, Wragby , Spilsby , Market-Raysen, Lowth, Horncastle , Brigg -end, Burton

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    [caravans, Menageries, Zoos, Lions, Tigers, Hyenas, Leopard, Handbills] •uiopxjui^ STtp pA^n lt!i{: QNJOn ^1^^ ^^ ^^^ 3ACqi?5t[:i ;m^ *uodn pt^JC(iflj^|? dq :jou Xrui Xdiji ;ieip jnpio ui ':^:[qn j ^')y4 3.inj}i!,oi oa^dj s^pq ^ot:^93{]03 SAoqt^ 3i{) jo iopiido;^] ox\j Subscribers-only content

    Compliments of A. P. Bush & Co., Boston

    5 -pfo'." U.»tS()}.| :^ JK •.'^ll.^\lJI.M.^ A.I 3.\IM| o soqnj OAV] oiu? \.iK.rj 1 \:-if) COMPUWENTS OF A, R.BUSHA 90., BOSTON. Proprietors of HAKK V C IIKAM. <^ 490 'JVEH > - y CO c 0 X Of 2: c Subscribers-only content

    Country Market select dessert golden plums

    [Printed ephemera, Labels, Advertising, Canned foods industry, canned food] XQ :^ V P'^P'* A ^^ Z >- H Q ^ 2 <30? «^ nf ?= r 13 M y vw AaiNROD IHMyVW? AaiNUOD aDnaoyd? Ainvno ONiaONVS v.. '-^mi k Subscribers-only content

    The new Sandring Vitamin English peas

    (Highly nutritious -) [Printed ephemera, Labels, Advertising, Canned foods industry, canned food] Subscribers-only content

    [Christmas card: songbird on honeysuckle]

    (A merry Christmas) [Scrapbooks, Songbirds, Christmas cards] V.-, ^v ^v V.-, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    African Lodge

    (1792): 370 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Lastpayment 1797. Meeting Places Boston,Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. of America 1784

    Franklin Lodge

    (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 1140 Lodge Number (1863): 838 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Peacock Hotel, Market Place, Boston, Lincolnshire 1860

    Lodge of Harmony

    Lane, Boston, Lincolnshire 1806 Private Room, Church Street, Boston, Lincolnshire 1819 Dolphin Inn, Dolphin Lane, Boston, Lincolnshire 1829 New London Tavern, South End, Boston, Lincolnshire 1833 Private Room, Church Street, Boston, Lincolnshire 1836 Freemasons' Hall, Corpus Christi Lane, Boston, Lincolnshire

    2nd Lodge in Boston

    No. 42 [No. 126. of 30 July 1733], 7 February 1783, but was kept on our Register until 1813. Meeting Places Royal Exchange, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. of America 1749 British Coffee House, King Street, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. of America 1768

    St. Andrew's Lodge

    Letter from Lodge No. 169, held at Boston, complaining against the proceedings of the P.G.M. of Boston, held under the Grand Lodge of Scotland. Athol G.L. Min. 7 Sept. 1774. Notes (2): Left Boston in 1776 and went to New

 

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