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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Index A-J

    Boyes, H.C. , Bradbury , Wm., Bradshaw : Mary Ann , Wm., fam., Bradstock (formerly Union) Rd. , Braidwood , Thos., Braidwood 's academy for the deaf and dumb (formerly Grove Ho .) , n , and see Bowling Green

    Hackney Manors HACKNEY: ESTATES OF PRINCIPAL LANDOWNERS c. 1830

    of Geo. Offer, probably demolished in the 1860s : Clarke, Hackney , 172, 296 n. Another Grove Ho . was Braidwood 's academy: below, pub. svces. D.N.B ., s.v. Rhodes , Cecil; Survey of Lond . xxiv. 71. Dates for

    Hackney Protestant Nonconformity

    rooms added 1841, seating 900 in 1851 . 45 Palmer 's successor 1814 was Hen. Forster Burder (d. 1864). Thos. Braidwood (d. 1806), 46 teacher of deaf and dumb, was buried in adjoining churchyard. Attendance 1851: 414 and 120 Sun.

  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1605

    Lord to quench the plaig amangst thame. 31 July 1605. Lyoune and Braidwood . The baillies and counsall present hes electit, nominat, and chosin James Lyoune and James Braidwood commissionaris for this burgh toDumbartane anent the salt, withe powar to

    Historical preface, 1603-8

    deacon-convener to the provost and to the other persons then assembled, a leet of three was presented, from which James Braidwood was, by a plurality of votes, elected deacon-convener for the following year. Five persons were also put on leet

    Index of persons

    John, 163, 276, 278, 496; treasurer, 157; water bailie, 164, 172, 186, 275. Braidie , William, merchant in Ireland, 148. Braidwood , James, 531 2, 537, 545, 548. Branshogle , laird of, 83 4, 87, 132. Brisbain . See Birsbane

    Further additions and corrections to the Preface, Pages ci - ccl

    result of this suit appears in an act of the privy council, dated 13th October, which sets forth that James Braidwood, bailie, and James Bell, one of the council, appeared as procurators for the magistrates, to answer to the complaint

    Index, A-D

    master James Law, archbishop of Glasgow, 278. Bradshaw , sergeant-at-law, 515 6. Braemar , 407. Braidschaw , lands of, 104. Braidwood (Braidwod), James, 212, 606 8, 620; bailie, 243, 577, 249, 252, 259, 262, 267, 276, 278, 287, 621; deacon

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three o'clock in the morning, a fresh alarm reached the head station, of a dreadful fire at Hampssead, and Mir Braidwood, the chief supervll tendent, himself event out with one of the .e4ines (n this occasion. The southern side ofthie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the nearest fire-station, the flames had ascended to the upper stories, and burst through the windows and roof. M5' Braidwood snd his men were, in the space of half an b the sppt' At first they haQil to contend Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they never saw such a terrificbody of fire as when the turpentine cistern fell in and flooded the yards Mr Braidwood has since directed his officers to institute a full inquiry as to the number of persons injured by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OCCURRENCES AND ACCIDENTS. Loss OF Two BRITISH SHIPS AND MURDER OF PART OF A CREW BY SAVAGES.-Advices have been received from Valparaiso, communicat- ing the total loss of two British vessels, the CGlocester and Prince Albert, both of 300 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be precisely siheiler to what has been realizr d at Catlifornia. Tile fresh S7te0s chiefly roen- tioned are at Braidwood en-I Lafke Bathurst, sbout 1.50 miles south of Sydney, an d cinsequently in a direction different to the disciveries Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 March 1810, 14 March 1810

    againft lite. redith et againlt aiders. kfou linft Inders, .mbeth or BilL Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Francis Braidwood, Wright and Upholfterer in Edinburgh, com¬ plaining of Twelve Interlocutors of the Lord Ordinary anon- in Scotland, of the Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1810, 3 May 1810

    fie decernentibus. Comes Conyngham. Comes Limerick. Comes Rojfe. Comes Harrowby. Vifcount Hereford. Vifcount Hampden. Vifcount Melville. PRAYERS. Talbot againlt Leflie. Braidwood agaitift Incox- poration of Wrights, &c. of Canon- gate. OfficfS ia Reverfion Bill. The Anfwer of Robert Le/lie Efquire, Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1814, 16 June 1814

    " The Lords Commiffioners " defire their immediate Attendance in this Houfe to "' hear the Commiffion read." Who being come, with their Speaker; The Braidwood againft The Incorporation of Wrights, &c. of Ca- nongate. Bills pafled by Commif¬ fion. Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1814, 20 June 1814

    Ordered, That the Houfe be put into a Committee upon the faid Bill To-morrow. Braidwood Ordered, That the Hearing of the Caufe wherein againft The Francis Braidwood is Appellant, and The Incorporation Incorporation of Wrights and Coopers of Canongate are Subscribers-only content

    21 June 1814, 21 June 1814

    Alexan¬ der Macdonald Lockhart, was this Day brought in. After hearing Counfel this Day upon the Petition and Braidwood Appeal of Francis Braidwood Wright and Upholfterer j^inft Th? in Edinburgh, complaining of Twelve Interlocutors of the o^W^g^s?" Lord Ordinary in Subscribers-only content

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