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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Aldcliffe

    gold medal of the Society of Arts. 14 He died in 1876 and was succeeded by his son Mr. Edward Bousfield Dawson, the present lord of the manor and practically sole landowner. 15 Mr. Dawson was appointed Constable of Lancaster

    Parishes Bowes Vipont. Gules six rings or . Bowes . Ermine three long-bows gules .

    rents, amounting to £28, are applied in pensions of £6 and £3 to persons selected from these parishes. The John Bousfield Charity, founded by will proved 1893, consists of £550 6 s . 4 d . consols, held by the

    The parish of Lancaster (in Lonsdale hundred) General history and castle LANCASTER HEYSHAM CLAUGHTON

    1874 Robert Townley Parker 1879 Lord Winmarleigh 1892 Sir William Wilbraham Blethyn Hulton 1907 Sir John Tomlinson Hibbert 1908 Edward Bousfield Dawson 48 As the chief town of the county the assizes were in the mediaeval period regularly held at

    Index A-J

    Bootham (Yorks. N.R.) , see York , St. Mary 's hosp. Bossall , see Buttercrambe boundary stones and pits , Bousfield , E. C. , Bowdler : Edw., fam., Bowes : Chas., sr. (d. 1648), Chas., jr. (fl. 1665), Frances,

    Index A-K

    John, 345 n; see also Bolton Bourdale , -, 270 n Bourne , J. W., 331 Bourngallighes , 12 n Bousfield , Rob., 55 Bouskill , Jas., 225 Bouth , 286, 299, 370, 383-4; Hall, see Colton , Hall Bouth

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan yr Archddiacon David, yn cael ei gynorthwyo gan y Parch. G. H. Fordsham, rheithor Toowong, Mr. F. S. N. Bousfield, M.A (Lincoln College, Rhyd- ychain), ail athraw Brisbane Boy's Grammar School, a Miss M. J. (Miattie) Roberts, merch y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Derhyshire. , J. ]etonett, Bristol, cabinet-maker, Attorney, Mr. Jarman, Bristol. IV. Meadoxws arind R. 3chttoto, Padtlntoe, cool-Inerciiants. Attorneyb it r. Bousfield, I'ovtrie street, Fleet-street. F. Cosllis, Unioa-place, Sooltlswrik, taylor. Attornies, Messrs. Payn ne and IM neshead, Alderosaalnery.., J. Purvis. Sandgate, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and 1-lerrineham, New Bosvell-court W. Atherton, Everton, Liverpool, brewer. Attorney, M ginde braeseAll-seret, Liverpoolh W. Lyes, Cheltenham, -coal-rnerchant. Attorneys, Mestn, Bousfield and Williams, Bouverie-street, Fleet-street. W. Wickham, the younger, Chichester, butcher. Attorney, Mr. Ellis, ffolborn-opurt, Gray's-Inn. FemNtn.-.4In consequence of thie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. I Tuesday, February I. BANKRJUPTS. R.G.SpieeDrary-lanredealerin banu and beef. Solicitor, Br.Bousfield, Chuthaulbaplace. R. Collins, Regent.street, carpet-dealer. Solicitor, Mrlr-isher, FniVDl' inn. H. Hay-ell, Bucklehury, Berkshlre, baker. Solicitors, Messrs. Hatolto| and Twirinr, Berwiick-street, Soho. H. Upoall, Wood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Berkeley, Gloucestershire, commission-agent. [Rushbury, Charter-house square. R. White, Upper Mary-la-boone st. upholsterer. [Saunders, Charlotte st. S. Lawes, Chariton, Hants, farmner. [Bousfield, Clathem place, Blaokfr. T. [larding, High street, Poplar, builder. [Mitchell, New London st. W. Ulph and B. Jackson, Norwich, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Errata

    insert [late ] . 229, line 3, for That of read The petition of. 239, 25 lines from bottom, for Bousfield read Busfield. 252, 15 " " for Burlington read Bullington. 344, 5 lines from top, for Ambassadors read Ambassador. Subscribers-only content

    Parishes (East Ward), St Andrew, Crosby Garrett

    of Crosby Garrett county Westmorland." He was the son of Thomas Bousfield, rector of Windermere, was born at Killington and educated at Sedbergh Grammar School. On 19 May, 1647, Bousfield appears to have been approved by the Commissioners as follows:

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 279, March 1601, 01 March 1601-31 March 1601

    deputy of Dr. Humphrey. 1581, July 22. Thos. Bousfield, on Robinson's resignation, by Dr. Bickley, deputy of Dr. James. [ Latin , page . ] Also, Account of the resignation of Thos. Bousfield, in the house and presence of Dr. Subscribers-only content

    Parishes (East Ward), St Michael, Brough

    Ladyman 1 Rich. Compston 1 John Ladyman 1 Mich: Cooke 1 John Wharton 1 Tho: Monkhouse 1 Willm: Bousfield 1 Tho: Bousfield 1 Edw: Bousfeild 1 John Wardell 1 James Glenton 1 Mich: Wharton 1 Rich: Battersbye 1 Edw: Wardell

    Parishes (East Ward), St Oswald, Ravenstonedale

    found most convenient; and that such Justices who are pleased to be present do meet at the house of widow Bousfield in Ravenstonedale the 24 May to contract with some able and skilful workmen for the purpose. On 10 July,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 May 1817, 22 May 1817

    John Harding, Thomas Cop- " pinger and Thomas Harding, Executors of one " Dominick Harding deceased; William Clarke, " Benjamin Bousfield, William Leader, Grace Meade, " The Reverend Edward Synge Townsend and Eli- " zabeth his Wife, William Morris, Richard Subscribers-only content

    Twenty-Eighth Report from the Select Committee on Finance., 26 June 1798

    - Mr. Pslfbury, for Potatoes for D° Mr. Collins, for Cloth for Shirts and Shifts for D° Messrs. Favell and Bousfield, for Clothes for D° - Rev. Henry Rathbone, Chaplain, a year's Salary 7 _ due Midsummer Mr. Hughes, Surgeon, Subscribers-only content

    Twenty-Eighth Report From The Select Committee On Finance, &c. Police, Including Convict Establishments., 26 June 1798

    Pillbury, for Potatoes for D* - Mr. Collins, for Cloth fox Shirts and Shifts for D" - MelTrs. Favel and Bousfield, for Clothes for D" Rev. Henry Rathbone, Chaplain, a Year's Salary due Midfummer - Mr. Hughes, Surgeon, a Year Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 17 January 1816

    Hatters, Hosiers, &c. J Embroiderers " " " 1 Peacock - - - - Pearce - - - - - Bousfield - - - - Con Brumfield & Co. - - Bentley - - - - Charlton - - - Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1830, 17 December 1830

    specimens of silk of most curious workmanship, carelessly sewed together, and provided expressly for the occasion by Messieurs Lee and Bousfield, of Cheapsidc, and the Petitioners beg to assure the House, that a strict inspection of the arrangements previously made Subscribers-only content

 

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