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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GOLD MEDAB), SECORID MASTIM.-MR. C. J6 DE MEtIRON, (of Trinity College), Miusk,-MR. RAWLINGS. rawing & Sclene classes in connection with Bouth Kenstngton A T a recent Ciil Bervice Copetitive Examinaiio open to the Unitod lKingdom, Mdr. Cohin Camlpbell of thn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Americans. town. 7. The modern School of Poetry. 16. Monthly Coinmentary. 8. A Poem, by Horace Smith. 17. The Liot's Bouth, &c. 9. The Nymph of Luriie Berg: a tale. Published for H. Colbiirn, by R. Bentley, New Burlington-street. * Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Berenburg, Bloomfield st. London wall, tobacconist. -April 22. J. Cook, Dartford, Kent, miller.-April 22. J. A. Palmer and W. Bouth, TLawrence lane, drapers.-May 8. W. Greenwood, Sitton upon Trent, oal dealer.-April 20. W. Kingoford, Busland, Kent, paper manufacturer.- Ap128. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    luLne never efonre published. Loogmsan, Orate, rowrn, iGreen, and Loomoosrant fintchard asod Son, Ridgwao; -alkin and idd; J.1. RoIwnell; L. Bouth, W. Fi. Allen arid t an Bigg and Son. Nets Prblication.-' rvr {, price 2-n. Sncw ready r alt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tie lilted Feet, to be anztedated froat the 16th of August, 1S3fi, to tbe 8th of April, 1835. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Bouth and Hoyle, Rochdale, cotton opineers; as far ar regards I. Hoyle-1. Hoyle and Sons, Rochdale, corn millers; as fun Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Colton

    until about 1850. Colton , Finsthwaite , Haverthwaite , Rolesland ( Rusland ), Bouth and Neburthwayt (Nibthwaite), 1336. This parish occupies the lower part of Furness Fells , lying between the southern ends of Windermere and Coniston Water , and

    Wisbech Protestant nonconformity

    conventicles were held in Wisbech at the house of Thomas Bouth . 81 The Baptists are the first sect to be mentioned by name. In 1655 two Baptists from Fen Stanton (Hunts.) visited their brethren at Wisbech at the invitation

    The parish of Furness

    the demesne lands of Hawkshead , Sawrey, Claife, Graythwaite , Satterthwaite , Grizedale , Finsthwaite , Haverthwaite , Rusland , Bouth , Colton , Nibthwaite, Monk Coniston , Scaithwaite, Lindal, Dalton , Killerwick, Marsh , Ireleth , 'Howehom' (High Haume),

    Townships Ulverston

    Alice daughter of William son of Thomas del Bouth (which William died in his father's lifetime) claimed a messuage against Thomas del Bate and Alice his wife, daughter of Thomas del Bouth . It appeared that this Thomas and his

    The parish of Dalton DALTON

    de Merton , gave the vicar of Dalton a moiety of Little Marton about 1300, the daughters of Alexander da Bouth surrendering their right; the vicar tran sferred to the abbey; Furness Couch . ii, 288-310. It was found that

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.I.638

    Thwait Head (Thwait Head) : undefined Participant: WilliamChapman [Chapman] Role: witness Details: male; 50; Gentleman Location: Colton (Lancashire) Place(s): Bouth(Bouth) : undefined Participant: ClementTaylor [Taylor] Role: witness Details: male; 30; Gentleman Location: Colton (Lancashire) Place(s): Finsthwaite (Finsthwaite) : undefined

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GULSTON, Joseph (?1744-86), of Ealing Grove, Mdx.

    The very night North resigned, ‘he sent Mr. Gulston the place of collector of the customs in Newfoundland for Mr. Bouth, an American loyalist, who had lost £4,000 a year in America, and was at that time clerk to a

 

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