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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Political and Administrative History Political History from 1832

    trade unions': Briggs , Age of Improvement , 519-20. Briggs , Hist. Birm . 175-6. Ibid. 168-70. G. Dawson , Inaugural Address at the Opening of the Free Reference Libr . 26 Oct . 1866 (Birm. 1866), 23. Briggs ,

    Note on abbreviations ANCIENT PARISH BOUNDARIES

    all necessary particulars but the following are always cited in an abbreviated form: Briggs , Hist. Birm . History of Birmingham : vol. ii, by A. Briggs , Borough and City 1865-1938 . B.R.L. Birmingham Reference Library. Dugdale, Warws .

    Public Education Introduction

    Hist. Elem. Sch. Contest , 237. Sch. Bds. and the Irreconcileables (Birm. 1872). Briggs , Hist. Birm . 104-5. Birm. Mail , 5 Jan. 1898 . Briggs , Hist. Birm . 332. Birm. Sch. Bd. Ann. Rep . ( 1879

    VCH Essex committee

    A. E. Reed Esq. F. Sainsbury Esq., B.E.M. Editorial Committee Sir William Addison , D.L., J.P. (Chairman) Miss N. R. Briggs S. M. Jarvis Esq. K. C. Newton Esq. Mrs. G. A. Ward together with the persons marked with a

    Economic and Social History Social History since 1815

    See p. 306. See pp. 360, 420. Briggs , Hist. Birm . 3, 67 sqq. S. Pollard , A History of Labour in Sheffield , 8. A. de Tocqueville, Journeys , 94. Briggs , 'The Background of the Parliamentary Reform

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drachefn i gael en dwyn i'r Ihan. Yn anifodus r dirwynwyd yr offeryn yn rhy uchel, agwasgwyd un Mr. 2 Briggs. o firm Dobson a Browa, Caerdydd, i farwolaeth. Niweidiwyd dau eraill yn drwm, sef Mr. Brogden, mab i Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 Tempest, Walts ... I Reekie, David (D) ... 1 Thomas, Llewelyn ... 2 2 Davies, William ... 2 2 Briggs, Alfred F. ... 2 1 Davies, Daniel ... 2 1 Rosterne, James ... 2 2 Williams, AlfrediR. ... 2 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i Mae Mri. Randolph and Co., New York, wedi- I V, cyhoeddi llyfr yn cynwys adolygiad ar brawf Dr. te Briggs ain heresi. wedi ei ysgrifenu gan ddieithr- ,n ddyn a fu yn ei wrando o'r dechreu i r diwedd. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eirlyfr Gresenius. Golygir y gwaith a' La y gan Dr. Francis Brown, Dr. Driver, a Dr. C. A. a( edd Briggs. b, iaa Mae y pedwerydd argraffiad o ' Scriveners' n Plain Introduction to the Criticism of the New d' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Driver yn fanwl, Cheyne a KEeneD M Sr fanylach, ac as Rhagluniaeth deg a'i WyD, bwriadaf Yu gael Sayce a Briggs. Tebyg y bydd Sant (?) fel Berwyn ch vr wylo a rhincian danedd wrth ddarllen enwau pobl or( isi Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 January 1691, 18 January 1692

    is entered for Mary Clarke againft William Briggs; Counfel appearing this Day for the Defendant in the Writ of Error Mary Clerke ; but no Counfel ap¬ pearing for the Plaintiff William Briggs, which appears it was brought only for Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1695, 22 April 1695

    the King's Bench, in £r'ggs, in ufual Manner, brought in a Writ of .Error: Erroi. Catherine Parkins Plaintiff, and Will'us Briggs Defendant. Vol. XV. His Majefty, being arrayed in His Regal R-obes and Kl Crown, attended with His Officers of Subscribers-only content

    24 January 1704, 24 January 1705

    the " Treafüry, tö compound with Jdhn Drake, John " Hunton, and Edmund Cocke, as Sureties for Au- u gufiine Briggs, Receiver General for the County: " of Norfolke arid City of Norwich:" To which faid Two laft mentioned Bills, Subscribers-only content

    26 January 1704, 26 January 1705

    of the Treafury, to compound with John Drake, *« John Hunton, and Edmond Cocke, as Sureties for Au- " gußine Briggs, Receiver General for the County of " Norfolke and City of Norwich.'1 Hodie ia vice leßa eß Billa, intituled, Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1704, 1 February 1705

    " of the Treafury, to compound with John Drake, John Hunton, and Edmund Cocke, as Sureties for Au- •' guftine Briggs, Receiver General for the County of " Norfolke and City of Norwich." Ordered, That the Confideration of the faid Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BRIGGS, Augustine (c.1618-84), of Norwich, Norf.

    duly voted against the bill. After their blacklisting Briggs and Paston stood jointly in the autumn election. Lady Yarmouth was told:there was one thing that might have prejudiced this election, viz. Captain Briggs his declaring that he would not ride

    BRIGGS, Sir Humphrey, 4th Bt. (c.1670-1734), of Haughton, Salop.

    BRIGGS, Sir Humphrey, 4th Bt. (c.1670-1734), of Haughton, Salop. Constituency Dates Shropshire Nov. 1701 Bridgnorth 1702 1710 Much Wenlock 13 July 1716 1727 Ofifces Held Freeman, Much Wenlock 1708. Biography Briggs was descended from a family which had come to

    JENNINGS, Sir Jonathan (1633-1707), of Ripon, Yorks.

    been the reason why Briggs manufactured Tucker’s imprisonment for a pretended debt. When Tucker told Briggs that ‘he was in hopes the Parliament would take his case into consideration, if acquainted thereof by Sir Jonathan Jennings’, Briggs replied ‘God damn

    BRIGGS, Robert (d.1615), of Old Malton, Yorks.

    BRIGGS, Robert (d.1615), of Old Malton, Yorks. Constituency Dates Boroughbridge 1586 Ofifces Held J.p.q. Yorks. (N. Riding) and Westmld. from c.1583; commr. musters, Yorks. (N. Riding) by 1595. Biography Briggs was a lawyer from a minor gentry family. Though he

    BRIGGS, Sir Humphrey, 4th Bt. (?1670-1734), of Haughton, Salop.

    BRIGGS, Sir Humphrey, 4th Bt. (?1670-1734), of Haughton, Salop. Constituency Dates Shropshire 1701 Bridgnorth 1702 1710 Wenlock 13 July 1716 1727 Biography Briggs, a Shropshire country gentleman, whose grandfather had represented Wenlock in 1646, was distantly related to Mary Wilbraham,

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 23/12/1730

    Bar, and according receiv'd Sentence of Death with the Rest. 1. Joshua Cornwall , Twenty-Two Years of Age, born at Briggs in Lincolnshire , of honest Parents, who were willing and capable to give him good Education at School; but

 

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