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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Miscellaneous Institutions

    1841 at Hackney Wick , to train boys for apprenticing in the colonies. It was called Brenton 's asylum after the philanthropist Capt. Edward Brenton (d. 1839), who had no known connexion with the area, 24 and occupied Leny Smith

    Index A-J

    John, Sir Reginald , Bremen Street , see Dericote Street Brentford , Brenthouse (formerly Devonshire ) Rd. , Brenton , Capt. Edw., Brenton 's asylum sch. , Brethren , Brett Rd. , brewing , brick and tile making , pls

    Hackney Economic History

    elder Smith mortgaged property to the Hope Insurance Co. in 1831 , 2 shortly before the mill was taken for Brenton 's asylum. 3 Smith's family had long been out of business by 1842 , when a smaller workforce at

    Hackney Education

    and 2 started in 1828 at Upper Clapton , and 6 connected with dissenters, among them a girls' Lancasterian school, Brenton 's asylum school at Hackney Wick which prepared boys for the colonies, and the London Orphan Asylum. The last

    Index A - K

    Breame , Art., 204, 210, 213; Edw., 204, 210, 213, 213 n ; Margery, see Denham ; Ric., 210, 213 Brenton , Mrs., 162 Brentwood , 32 n , 254, 269 Brentwood , Rom. Cath. dioc. of, 90 Brentwood School

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shall, on a future tday, call the attention of our readers to the snbject. Mrs. Er.lzmas4ri WILLIAMS, now livihg at Brenton, near Tavistock, in Devon, is in the 109th year of her age-. she hasnimost a Revw set-of teeth- - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charles Adam, R. N. t Elzabeth, second daughter of the late Patrick. Erydone, Esq. On Wednesday, at Fetcham, Sir Ja4heel Brenton, Bart. K. 0.11. to Harriet, youngest daughter of the late James Bretolo, Esq, of Halifax, Nova Scotia. On the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    So way the strongest backed suitor he ruined by gaining his cause. Iaato finI the recent case of Rowe v. Brenton, the cotfothcrwalie we ar infomedamounted to 27,0001. The tavern bill~,Ifor the e of witnesses 'in the cause, amounted to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PURE SOFT SPRING WATER COMPANY. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE (until Directors are. appointed.) Col. the Hon. Leicester Stanhope Mr Alderman Lainson Cnptain Brenton, R.N. Mr Sheriff Illidge E.HUarrison, M.D. Mr Deputy Tickner Colonel Landmann, R.E. Sir John Scott Lillie Rev. James Macdonald Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he says, he has resolved on from facts " unconnected with any general question of politics whatever." - Sir Jahleel Brenton, Bart., K.C.B., Rear-Admiral of the Red, is about to resign his situation as Lieut.- Governor of Greenwich Hospital, and Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SHAPLEIGH, John II, of Exeter, Devon.

    those for the civic officials: in 1431 when he himself was chosen as a councillor.In 1424 the Devonshire manor of Brenton had been settled on Shaplegh, his wife and their heirs, by John Batyn. His substantial holdings in Exeter included

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 April 1701, 29 April 1701

    Efquire, George Bromfield Merchant, James Butler Merchant, John Street Gentleman, Peter Renew Merchant, Mr. John Leech, Peregrine Trott Efquire, Jalibral Brenton Efquire, Richard Savage Gentleman, GabrielThomas, Mr. Walfh, Mr. Nicoll, and Mr. Giles Bean, do attend this Houfe on Saturday Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 30 July 1812

    for Public Services from the Civil List Revenues—caN*, Captam Brenton, of His Majesty's Ship Spartan; _ - - Reimbursement of Expenses incurred in conveying Sir James Cockbumi and Suite, to Bermuda -'-------____-- Captain Sturt, of His Majesty's Sloop Termagant; Subscribers-only content

    Index, 2 January 1817

    difcharging the Arrears of the Civil Lift, 1 ALdR. Regent's Anfwer, 8. For Copy of the Letters of Captains Spranger, Brenton, and Crawley, to Lord Collingwood, in October 1809, re- fpecting the reduction of the Iflands Zaute, Cephalonia, Ithaca, and Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 December 1817

    Creed. MessIS Wm & Jno King. Mr. T. N. Kirby. Mess" Bouverie & Antrobus. Messrs Butler & Roach. MessrS Bird, Brenton & Stokes. Mess" Jas Sykes, Ommanney & Druce. Mess" O. & W. S. Standert, & Mr. Brine. Mess" Ommanney Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 2 January 1823

    of the Admiralty your letter of yesterday's date, stating a communication which you had re« ceived from Commissioner Sir Jahleel Brenton, respecting a French ves¬ sel, called La Sylphe, detained by the Redwing, and ordered to be restored, and requesting Subscribers-only content


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