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  • * Victoria County History *

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    CLASS NUMBERS Chancery Proceedings C 1 Early C 2 Series I C 3 Series II Six Clerks Series C 5 Bridges C 54 Close Rolls C 66 Patent Rolls C 78 Decree Rolls C 88 Chancery Files , Records upon

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    CLASS NUMBERS Chancery Proceedings C 1 Early C 2 Series I C 3 Series II C 5 Six Clerks Series, Bridges C 54 Close Rolls C 60 Fine Rolls C 66 Patent Rolls C 78 Decree Rolls Inquisitions post mortem

    Classes of documents in the Public Record Office used

    CLASS NUMBERS Chancery Proceedings C 1 Early C 2 Series I C 3 Series II C 5 Six Clerks Series, Bridges C 54 Close Rolls C 66 Patent Rolls C 94 Survey of Church Livings Inquisitions post mortem C 132

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    1 Proceedings, Early C 2 Proceedings, Series I C 3 Proceedings, Series II C 5 Proceedings, Six Clerks' Series, Bridges C 19 Miscellaneous Proceedings from Six Clerks' Office C 33 Decrees and Orders, Entry Books of C 47 Miscellanea C

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    35 Indictments Chancery Proceedings C 1 Early C 2 Series I C 3 Series II C 5 Six Clerks Series Bridges C 11 1714-58 C 22 Country Depositions C 66 Patent Rolls C 78 Decree Rolls C 93 Commissioners for

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 5 of Stepney and Hackney.

    imployed to the scowring of the Common Sewers, which be upon the said waste Ground and Commons, and laying of Bridges over the said Common Sewers; and shall make their Account (in that Behalf) to the Homage at the general

    Book 1, Chapter 13 The Bridges of LONDON. Other Bridges.

    The Bridges of LONDON . Other Bridges . the Mill which should stand nearest unto the Stone work of the Bridge should be twelve Foot off from any Part of the Bridge. And because the City should have a special

    Book 1, Chapter 5 Rivers and other Waters serving this City.

    so to do. In the Year 1300 . the Keepers of those Bridges at that Time, were William Jordan , and John de Bever. This Water-Course having divers Bridges, was afterwards vaulted over with Brick, and paved level Fountains. Divers

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Bridge Ward without. Bridgehouse.

    Attorney charged them to repair the Bridges according to the said Presentment. And they traversed it; saying, That they were not bound to make, repair, or maintain the foresaid Chalk Causeway , or any Bridges between Stratford at Bow ,

    Book 5, Chapter 14 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Silk-Throwsters.]

    it will be a means, as we conceive, that Silk may be throwed, as heretofore Silk was that came from Bridges, and other Places beyond the Seas. The doing whereof doth and will tend unto the Benefit of the Commonwealth.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y. Menai-yflh rhyfeddu atf,6oion: y yne:ydol so yn. mawrygul y presoenol ofnadwy, ac ardderohog a ,vweiir'yn y Suspension a'r Tubular Bridges Ond yr 1L olygfa fwyaf cddydldrl i myl ydo dyfodo 'a gy- I farfuasoun yn Y1 -NoMrmaColhage.' Ba'', 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hyn, fel mewn pob peth arall, i gydgordisd A'n brodyr trwy Gym'u. yn gystal ag 14r rhai sydd ya g-eyffelyb sefrLbfa & hwynt en hunain, sef yn ei cliwaer-ddinasoedd yn LloegrYr eiddoch, , JOSEPH JONES. Menai Bridges Gorphenaf laf, 18-. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    numbers were-Thorp, 269-Wood, 265- Bridges, 36, Mr.Pearson and Mr. Hunt then addressed the Livery, exhort-- ing them to use their Lest exertions for Aldermen Wood and |-Therp. While the latter was speaking, a friend of Alderman Bridges .came forward, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MIAYOR.-rhe majority of Alder- ttasn Bridges continipd to increase progresiivelv firo yesterdayxweek, w dt n it was 500. O i Wednesday, the election was cdt'cided in favour of Aldermen Bridpes and 'i'liorp, the fol!owing being the final state of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leigh, widow of the la't Rev. Archdeacon teigh. On the 4th inst. at his house in George-row, Beeneli sey, Jasnes Bridges, Esq. aged 61. I At his house uear Eaton, Admiral BOrton. in the 760t year of his age. Thursday Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BRIDGES, Sir Brook, 3rd Bt. (1733-91), of Goodnestone Park, Kent

    BRIDGES, Sir Brook, 3rd Bt. (1733-91), of Goodnestone Park, Kent Constituency Dates Kent 30 Nov. 1763 1774 Biography Bridges owned considerable property in Kent and was closely related to several important Kentish families, including the Finches; and when in 1763

    BRIDGES, William (d. 1714), of Wallington, Surr. and the Tower of London

    Hosp. 1704, fortifying Chatham, Harwich and Portsmouth 1709. Biography Bridges was one of four brothers, offspring of the younger son of a minor Warwickshire landowner, and first cousins of John Bridges, the county historian of Northamptonshire, all of whom gained

    BRIDGES (BRIGGES, A BREGGES), John (by 1488-1537), of Canterbury, Kent.

    of 15 Nov. 1537 Bridges asked to be buried in St. George’s church, Canterbury. He left a life interest in most of his property to his wife and also provided for a young kinsman, William Bridges, whose upbringing was entrusted

    BRIDGES, George (?1762-1840), of 25 Crutched Friars, London and 34 Portland Place, Mdx.

    alleged that Bridges had been keen "to order the troops to charge upon the people and to cut them down" at the first Spa Fields meeting, 15 Nov. 1816, but had been restrained by his colleague.[footnote] In 1818 Bridges chaired

    MATHEW, Charles.

    bishop of Exeter. One other (minor) Mathew family with Dorset connexions has been found, with no known member of it named Charles.Trinity, Dublin, Thos. Cromwell’s jnl. f. 114; Roberts thesis; Bridges, Northants. i. 237; DNB (Turberville, George); PCC 39 Carew.

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Notes on local and national taxation, 1888

    the Guardians of the Poor, and partly by the Metropolitan Asylums Board. (b) County Bate for the Eepair of County Bridges and Highways adjoining, and for other County purposes, with the exception of the expenses under the Contagious Diseases (Animals) Subscribers-only content

    Notes on local and national taxation, 1888

    Consolidated Bate for the support of the Fire Brigade; for Main Drainage; for Metropolitan Improvements; and for the expenses of Bridges ; imposed by the Metropolitan Board of Works, who make orders on the Vestries and District Boards , by Subscribers-only content

    The political summary, containing the chief interesting events ... in each year of the present reign ... from 1837 to 1884, 1885

    { Ireland ) Bill, Marriage Preliminaries (Scotlana) Bill, Public Health Bill, Ireland Bill , Parliamentary Municipal Registrations Bill, Roads and Bridges ( Scotland ) Bill, Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on Sunday ( Ireland ) Bill, Telegraphs Bill, Weights and Measures Subscribers-only content

    Statement submitted to the Prime Minister, 1886

    several other Hospitals, and most of the Dublin Churches and Bridges , belong to the former period; and the Post Office, King ' s Inns, & c, to the latter. Even the Custom House , which was opened in 1791 Subscribers-only content

    The Enterkin, 1865

    a rare and quaint genius, was one day seen gazing at the Carlisle Mail as it came thundering down The Bridges . ' What are you thinking of? ' said a reverend brother. ' I ' m thinkin ' that, Subscribers-only content

 

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