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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    | LLOFRU~DDAD DAU GYMRo YN!AM RiCA. i Mai l7eg, tafiwyd-trigolioen 11iosog -Hyde Park, r Seranton, a boll Ddyffryn y Lackaeimea, ,it,,cdyffro a'r * prydero dwysaef oherwydd .llofmrul~diad dau otn cened, , sef -Benjamin_ D. Davies,, Iaaoa a :II T Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'w ap'l am amddilffIniad Ewrob i'r Cristionogion hyn ddisgyn ar glustiau byddar. Llwyddodd y Toriaid i enill y sedd dros Brigg gyda mwyafrif o 77, a naturiol yw i'r digwyddiad fod yn achos o gryn ofid a phryder i'r blaid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who, in ronjImeton with Elackston, of Rtatloillet, defended to the last extremity the Papertant pass in the middle of Eochwell Brigg, in that memorable engagement which proved so fatal to the Covenanting cause. On Tktesday, at Southanpton, in the 48th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t~Pfreotly haviing any useful object in view, and being a suspicious chu- ; he neetiomed the circuistance taa gentleman of, Brigg, who OtediVely .aslsed the plice to be searchedi. After the parties lad dug rece nt a large hhorse-pisto wal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sincere and contrite hearts. James Wetherill, aged 21, a chimney-sweeper. stood indicted for the wilful murder of William Berridge, of Brigg, millwright, on the night Of the 22d of July last.-The Prisoner, upon being called upon to pleads pleaded " Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 February 1765, 12 February 1765

    Petition ; and alfo that the Judges, having perufed the Bill, do fign the fame. Upon reading the Petition of Brigg Price of Nar- ford in the County of Norfolk Efquire ; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, to Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1765, 15 February 1765

    for the Purpofes therein men-Doti"ft»'* tioned: Eftatei " Hodie 2a vice k6la efi Billa> intituled, " An Aa to enable Brigg Price Efquire and his IfTue to take and " ufe the Surname of Fountaine, and to bear the Arms Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1765, 21 February 1765

    made the like Report from thePr'ceTto take Lords Committees to whom the Bill, intituled, " An^,,^-"" " Aft to enable Brigg Price Efquire and his Iffiie to take " and ufe the Surname of Fountaine, and to bear the " Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1765, 26 March 1765

    and others: £*£ & for Price to To return the Bill, intituled, " An Aft to enable t >ke " Brigg Price Efquire and his Iffue to take and ufeüf " the Surname of Fountaine, and to bear the Arms Subscribers-only content

    19 April 1765, 19 April 1765

    enable him to " marry again; and for other Purpofes therein men- " tioned :" " An Act to enable Brigg Price Efquire " and his Iffue to take and ufe the Surname of Foiin- " taine, and to bear Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Catton Kexby, Scoreby, and Stamford Bridge West

    a dozen closes totalling 132 a., there was land and meadow in Brigg field and Brigg ing. 39 Among the closes in 1624 , however, was the 37-acre Brigg field, and others included Little field (13 a.) and Summer close

    Hospitals Rerecross, Richmond and Ripon

    . What he gave is shown in an indenture of 6 September 1370 , between his attorney and John de Brigg , who succeeded him as custos . The list is too long to be given here, but he provided

    Catton High and Low Catton and Stamford Bridge East CATTON AND STAMFORD BRIDGE 1616

    in Brigg field. Piecemeal inclosure of open-field land was recorded in 1577 , when freeholders were alleged to keep small parcels amounting to about 18 a. inclosed, and the field acreages of 1616 included 105 a. of closes. Brigg field

    The liberty of Clapcot

    Sir William de Bereford and Margaret his wife a fishery extending from Shillingford Bridge to the stream running from 'Yeldene Brigg ,' now Elm Birch Bridge , and falling into the Thames between Bensington and Shillingford . 29 In the

    Index A-K

    man . (Yorks), 202, 202 n Brierley , Hen., 27 n Brig End ( Carnforth ), 166 Brigg , Rowland , 257 n Brigg House ( Cartmel Fell ), 283 Briggs , Col. Edw., 239 n ; Eliz., 283 n

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Ancholme Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1832): 785 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Last return 1852. Erased, having ceased to meet. Warrant returned 10 February 1859. Meeting Places Coney Court, Brigg, Lincolnshire 1848

    Ancholme Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1282 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Town Hall, Market Place, Brigg, Lincolnshire 1869 Foresters' Hall, Bridge Street, Brigg, Lincolnshire 1875 Masonic Rooms, Cary Lane, Brigg, Lincolnshire 1880

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MACKRETH, Robert (d.1819), of Ewhurst, Hants.

    by a minor in 1797, when management of the property passed to trustees, Mackreth’s connexion with Ashburton was effectively broken. Brigg Fountaine, one of Orford’s executors, commented to Hamond, 3 May 1799, that had Clinton lived he and Mackreth ‘would

    TIRWHIT, William (d.1451), of Wrawby, Lincs. and Thorngumbald, Yorks.

    for the implementation of an ambitious scheme of pious and charitable works which was to include a hospital at Glanford Brigg in Wrawby (with two chaplains and facilities for the support of seven poor men), one chantry in a chapel

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Annual report., 1884

    addressed eleven public or private meetings in connection with your Committee in London , and at Gainsborough (2) Spalding , Brigg , Louth , Horncastle , Sleaford , Grantham , and Kettering . At a meeting held in Cambridge on Subscribers-only content

    Annual report., 1884

    , in Gravesend , Eochester, Wisbeach, Brentwood , and during April and May, in Gainsborough , Spalding , Louth , Brigg , Grantham , Horncastle and Sleaford by Mrs. McCormick and Miss Wilkinson . Six out of the seven towns Subscribers-only content

    A list of the departments and branches of the National Reform League, with places and time of meeting, and names ... of secretaries., 1867

    M.D BOLTON , N.D BOSTON , Lincolnshire BRADFORD , Yorkshire BRADFORD , Lancashire , N.D. BRACKLEY BRAINTREE BRECON BRTDGEWATER BRIERLEYHILL BRIGG BRIGHTON BRIGIIOUSE BRISTOL BROMSGROVE , M.D. BROSELEY BCJCKLAND, Hants BURNLEY, Lane., N.D. BURNTISLAND, N. B BURTON-ON-TRENT BURY , Lane. Subscribers-only content

    [List containing name of President, Vice-Presidents and General Committee members ] ., 1860

    Clougheast Castle, Churchtown , Wexford . Watson, S. H, Esq, Lumclone, Carlow . Winn, Rowland , Esq, Appleby Hall , Brigg . Winn, Charles, Esq, Nostell Priory , Wakefield . ' .Wright, Thomas, Esq. (Prison Philanthropist), Manchester .'!?! Williams, Rev. Subscribers-only content

    Jamaica Committee., 1866

    E. Walhouse, Captain Wells , Jomes, Northampton Adamson, Robert, Rochdale Admans, John, Canterbur y Aldis, T. S., Cambridgo Ball, T., Brigg Baillott, G. D., M.A., Ilondon Batcholor, Rov. II., Glasgow Beale, W. F., Birmingham Bochor, Captain, R.N Bonnett, J. N., Subscribers-only content

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

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    TEST.CP.1854/14

    of Elizabeth Wood, Daughter of Mary Cockin Employment: Brewer Location: Thorne (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Thorne (Thorne) : ecclesiastical parish Lincolnshire Brigg(Brigg) : undefined Participant: William Cockin [Cockin] Role: defendant Details: male; Son of Mary Cockin Employment: Farmer Location: Blacktoft (YorkshireEastRiding)

 

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