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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PERNHAM, William, of Bridport, Dorset.

    PERNHAM, William, of Bridport, Dorset. Constituency Dates Bridport Dec. 1421 Ofifces Held Cofferer, Bridport Mich. 1421-3; constable 1426-7. Biography Pernham and his wife were members of three fraternities in St. Mary’s church, Bridport.[footnote]

    HAYWARD, alias SEYMOUR, John (c.1355-1407), of Bridport, Dorset.

    of Bridport, Dorset. Constituency Dates Bridport 1373 Bridport Oct. 1377 Bridport 1378 Bridport Jan. 1380 Bridport Feb 1383 Bridport Apr. 1384 Bridport Nov. 1384 Bridport 1386 Bridport Feb 1388 Bridport Jan. 1390 Bridport 1393 Bridport 1395 Bridport Sept. 1397 Bridport

    Bridport

    Bridport Borough Background Information Right of Election: in inhabitants paying scot and lot Estimated number qualified to vote: about 250 rising to about 350 JAMES SCOTT 11 Mar. 1820 CHRISTOPHER SPURRIER 11 Mar. 1820 Sir Horace David Cholwell St.

    Bridport

    Bridport Borough Background Information John Hayward 1386 John Tracy 1386 John Hayward 1388 (Feb.) John Tracy 1388 (Feb.) John Tracy 1388 (Sept.) William Cordell 1388 (Sept.) John Tracy 1390 (Jan.) John Hayward 1390 (Jan.) 1390 (Nov.) 1391 John Tracy

    Bridport

    Bridport Borough Background Information No names known for 1510-23 WILLIAM CHARD 1529 RICHARD FURLOKE 1529 (not known) 1536 RICHARD MOONE 1539 (not known) 1539 (not known) 1542 JOHN LYMPANY 1545 RICHARD WATKINS 1545 (SIR) HENRY GATES 1547 WILLIAM GRIMSTON

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The Carmelites of Bridport

    Friaries The Carmelites of Bridport 15. THE CARMELITE FRIARS OF BRIDPORT In a letter of which the superscription is lost the writer, who represents himself as the special protector of the Carmelite order, requests his correspondent 'to permit the friars

    Hospitals St Mary Magdalen , Allington

    and still preserved at Bridport , William de Legh the son of Philip de Legh 6 granted to the house of St. Mary Magdalen of Allington called 'The Hospital of the Lepers of Mary Magdalen of Bridport ' for the

    Hospitals St John Baptist , Bridport

    Hospitals St John Baptist , Bridport 23. HOSPITAL OF ST . JOHN THE BAPTIST , BRIDPORT Though the date of its foundation cannot be exactly stated it is evident, from its mention in various deeds of the time of Henry

    Gloucester , 1660-1720 Religious and cultural life

    to Musick (Glouc. 1736); Glos. Colln. 26048; A.M. Broadley , Wm. and Phil. Hayes : Cat. of their Compositions ( Bridport , 1900), 4-5, 7. Shaw , Three Choirs Festival , 1-2. Glouc. Jnl . 30 Nov. 1724 ; 23

    Salisbury The liberty of the close LIBERTY OF THE CLOSE

    Canon Elias of Dereham , was continued under his next two successors, and consecrated by the third, Bishop Giles of Bridport , in 1258 , although it was not completed until 1266. 3 The octagonal chapter house and spacious detached

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pob tebyg ond chwedl digon g difyn'd i'w dweyd y noswaith y dygir hono a ymlaen. a, I MAE etholiad Bridport, bwrdeisdref fechan f I yo Swvydd Dorset, wedi cynyrchu cryn ddydd- f. I ordeb ymhlith y rhai sydd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B ..- 14245 0O 0 A. Illingworth, B ... 12922 1- 0 R.W. Bipley, ¢ ... 9018. 0 0 . .BRIDPORT (1.) -I C. N. Warton,1C .., 478 0 - 1 P. Rslli, R ... 469 0-: - 0 BURY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    v' ENIL'BSLION iY CEIDWADWYR. , f Bandorin ; ': ...'-- 1 ILeomineter*:-t .,.;'1 Barnstable.: f: ... 1 L.Ie~itrem <,, ,,........1 :Bridport -: .... 1 Mlaidetoue- -, 2 Carricfergus[ -:..,C 1 l Neiark . '~ i JS,f 1* Colersine ' ... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chambers, a chredir y bydd iddo gael ei basio yno. Y mae Mr. Pandelli RIalli, yr hwu oedd yn cynrychioli Bridport yu y senedd ddiweddar, wedi dyfod ymlaen fel ymgaisydd Rhyddfrydig am yr eisteddle yn Wallingford, yr hon sydd wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddarlleniad gan Mr. Roberts mewn araith alluog. GTwrthwynebwyd y Mesur mewn araith eithafol gan Mr. Warton, yr aelod Ceidwadol dros Bridport, yr hwn a ddadleuai y buasai pasio y Mesur yn peri anghyfleusdra dirfawr i'r pleserdeiihwyr sycdd yn dyfod i Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Sold by most respectable druggists or stationers in the town.

    Barnicott, late Dr. Roberts, Bridport,''' is engraved and printed on? the Stamp affixed to each package. Each pot of the Ointment has " Poor? Man's Friend, prepared hy Beach amd Ba/rnicott, /Successors to Dr. Roberts,? Bridport,'' burnt i5 ; and Subscribers-only content

    G. L. Roberts, M. D.

    and neigh¬? bourhood of Bridport for many centuries ; and it is stated that ropes were? made here for the hangmen in the time of King John, and Shakespeare? speaks of being " killed with a Bridport dagger," i.e., hanged. Subscribers-only content

    [Letter head for] Beach & Barnicott Ltd.

    BEACH g- BARNICOTT Ltd., SOLE MAKERS OF "Dr. Roberts' Poor Man's Friend" (TRADE MARK.) Ointment, Alterative Pills. &c., BRIDPORT, DORSET. PO 00 Pd IDP o S ^ o o PO (/) H o s B ro 3 > Itera ¦o Subscribers-only content

    Dr. Robert's celebrated medicines

    (That excellent ointment called the Poor Man's Friend is confidently recommended to the public as an unfailing remedy for wounds of every description [...]) [Patent medicines, Advertisements, patent medicine, medicine manufacturer] vmsn lit, and wmot i»ox oi itllB ioui Subscribers-only content

    Dr. Robert's celebrated medicines

    Drops, are? likewise prepared by M(»8rs. Bkaoh k BA.aNi0OTT. Prepared only by the Proprietors, BEACH k BARNICOTT, at their Dispensary? Bridport, and sold Wholesale by them, and Barclay, Sutton, Edwards. Saager, I^wbery,? Butler, i. Thompson, Hodgkinson, Stead k Co., Millard Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 1st August 1833

    houses were ornamented with flags and flowers, and arches of flowers were erected across the streets. We changed horses at Bridport , where we were also very well received. We passed also through Charmouth . We embarked at Lyme Regis,

    Thursday 1st August 1833

    houses were ornamented with flags & flowers & arches of flowers where erected across the streets. We changed horses at Bridport , where we were also very well received. We passed also through Charmouth . We embarked at Lyme Regis

    Wednesday 7th August 1833

    noted for its fine lace. At about 1 we left it. We then changed horses at Axminster . Then at Bridport , and then at Dorchester. We changed horses for the last time at Whareham . Mamma received an address

    Wednesday 7th August 1833

    noted for its fine lace. At about 1 we left it. We then changed horses at Axminster . Then at Bridport , & then at Dorchester. We changed horses for the last time at Whareham . Mamma received an address

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Elizabeth Taunton

    Details Elizabeth Taunton in religion Mary Aurelia Born in Bridport Died 1771 29 Aug in Bruges father Samuel Taunton Esq mother Elizabeth Chapman

 

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