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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dagenham Economic history and local government

    pamphlet compiled for William Boswell , a later contractor. Ward's later record lends colour to Boswell 's charges against him. 120 Ward figures, with other notorious villains, in one of Pope's Mo ral Essays . 121 Boswell states that Ward

    The city of Lichfield Introduction

    in population. The city had little important industry before t he 19th century, a fact which, when noted by James Boswell in 1776 , provoked Dr. Johnson to say of his native Lichfield : 'We are a city of philosophers:

    Parishes Newtown

    Lady Constance Lucy .' The annual sum of 6 s . 8 d . in respect of the charity of- Boswell was formerly distributed among the poor. In 1874 Edmund Arbuthnot by will bequeathed to the rector and churchwardens a

    St. Peter's Hall

    of Jesus College . See a note on the original in the Gough Collection. Wood (Gutch), p. 653. Ibid. 677. Boswell (ed. Birbeck Hill ), ii, 268. Ingram 's Memorials of Oxford , ' New Inn Hall ', p. 6.

    Parishes Southill with Rowney

    names of Johnson and his biographer Boswell are connected with Southill . John Dilly , brother of Edward and Charles Dilly , the booksellers in the Poultry, lived here, and was visited by Boswell in 1779 . Two years later

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOSWELL, Alexander (1775-1822), of Auchinleck, Ayr

    office documents which revealed Boswell as the author of the squibs. Challenged by Stuart, Boswell refused either to deny authorship or to apologize, and on 26 Mar. 1822 the pair met at Auchtertool, near Kirkcaldy. Boswell deliberately fired wide, but

    BOSWELL, Alexander (1775-1822), of Auchinleck, Ayr.

    BOSWELL, Alexander (1775-1822), of Auchinleck, Ayr. Constituency Dates Plympton Erle 12 July 1816 Feb 1821 Ofifces Held Capt. Ayr yeomanry 1803, maj. 1815, lt.-col. commdt. 1816. Biography Boswell’s father, Dr Johnson’s biographer, envisaged a legal career for his eldest

    KNUBLEY, Edward (aft.1749-1815), of Wigton, Cumb.

    Ofifces Held Capt. Westmld. militia 1780, lt.-col. 1803; maj. Whitehaven artillery 1809. Biography Knubley, one of Lonsdale’s ‘dogs’, as James Boswell was wont to refer to the hard pressed adherents of the 1st Earl of Lonsdale, was thrice unsuccessful in

    BOSWORTH, Roger (c.1607-60), of Hereford.

    a popular local physician, came of a family so obscure that his name is frequently wrongly given as Boswood or Boswell. His father appears to have been a tenant farmer of the dean and chapter of Hereford; his uncle William

    CAMPBELL, Ilay (1734-1823), of Succoth, Argyll.

    of sess. Nov. 1789-1808. Biography Campbell was a brilliant lawyer, excelling in written argument rather than in oratory. In 1774, Boswell described him as ‘the first writing lawyer’ at the Scottish bar, earning £1,600 p.a.; and wrote in 1776: ‘Ilay

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 1688 (1563)

    at Colchester, by syr Iohn Kingston cōmissarye, maister Roper, and one maister Boswell the Bishops scribe, the. xix. daye of October, anno 1556. whose depositions þe sayd Boswell penned after his maner: and in a letter close sealed, sent them

    Actes and Monumentes of the churche

    feede her with barly bread till shee be reconciled. &c.Here haste thou had (good reader) the depositions which the sayd Boswell sente to Byshop Boner, as is afore said. Now for asmuch as occasion compelleth me to be briefe for

    Quene Mary. The burning of Rose Allins hand. X. Martyrs burnt at Colchester.

    times before diuers Iustices, priestes, and officers, as M. Roper, Iohn Kingstone Cōmissary, Iohn Boswell priest and Boners Scribe, and others moe, wherof the sayd Boswell made relation to B. Boner, certifying hym of their depositions, as is to be

    Queene Mary. Tenne Martyrs condemned in Colchester.

    times before diuers Iustices, Priestes, and Officers, as M. Roper, Iohn Kingstone Commissary, Iohn Boswell Priest and Boners Scribe, and others moe, whereof the sayd Boswell made relation to Bishop Boner, certifying him of their depositions, as is to be

    Book 6, page 1686 (1563)

    and now sent home, they haue no more to do with them nor none other. Your officers saith, namely maister Boswell, that the counsell sent them not home without a great consideration. I pray God some of youre officers proue

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o dan law Mr. Jones, ac y mae yn rhaid cydnabod nad oes un Cymro yn cyfuno cynifer o ragoriaethau Boswell ag y gwna efe. Y gwahaniaeth rhwng bywgraffyid Dr. Johnson a bywgraffydd Dafydd Rolant a Robert Tomos ydyw, fod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hyny i rai na Ir- galluocach). Yr hyn a wnawn ag ef fydd yr hyn a fri gwnaeth Johnson a Boswell, sef galw arno ef ei hmanan dr wn ymlaen i dlarlunio ei bunan, canys yn simry maent y en Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Samuel Johnson," gydarhaglith gan Mi:@.GH. Lewis. Tybia fod angen yn yr oes hon am gofiant mewn ffurf wahanol i'r eiddo Boswell. - Dy'wjedir fod hen ywen yn yr Inner Temple yn Llun- dLin ,dan gangaiu jr hon yr eisteddodd Dr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y mae Mr. Fitzgerald yn bwriadu dwyn allan ar. graffiad newydd, yn dair cyfrol, o hanes bywyd John- son gan Boswell. Y 1Sfed o'r mis diweddaf, bu farw Mary Wilson, -(Mrs. Gordon) merch " Christopher North," sef y Proffeswr Wilson. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saeson ond daa neu dri, so weithiau dadleuir nad oes gan- ddynt ddim ond un, sef hanes bywyd Dr. Jonesonngan Boswell. Y mae yr un peth i'w ddweyd hefyd am yr iaith Gymraeg, nis gall hithau ymffrostio ond mewn ychydig Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 June 1829, 22 June 1829

    House of Commons did not sit'till 10 Allardice & Boswell v. Robertson, Boswell's Petition for Time to lodge his Case, referred to Appeal Corn". Upon reading the Petition of John Boswell Esquire, One of the Appellants in a Cause depending Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    passed, 447. — Royal Assent, 454. Allardice and Boswell v. Robertson ; Appeal presented, and Duthie to enter into Recognizance, 496. — Answer brought in, 584. — Petition of the Appellant (Boswell), for Time to lodge Cases, if it shall Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1830, 8 February 1830

    Non-pros, to be entered on the said Writ of Error, u with such Costs as their Lordships shall please to " direct:" 5 C It Allardice & Boswell v. Robertson, Respondent's Petition to lodge his Case, referred to Appeal Comee. Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1830, 25 February 1830

    Petition of John Robertson, Respon¬ dent in a Cause depending in this House, to which Robert Barclay Allardice and John Boswell Esquires are Appel¬ lants ; praying their Lordships, " That this Appeal may " be appointed to be heard Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1830, 23 March 1830

    put off 'till To-morrow. Ordered, That the Hearing of the Cause wherein AUardiee& Robert Barclay Allardke and John Boswell Esquires are Boswell v. Appellants, and John Robertson is Respondent, which Robertson- stands appointed for this Day, be put off 'till Subscribers-only content

 

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