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  • * Victoria County History *

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    South Mimms Social life

    ). Brittain , South Mymms , 89. F.S. 1/897. F.S. 1/ 1362 . F.S. 1/ 2140 . F.S. 1/ 1935 . F.S. 1/ 1211 ; F.S. 1/ 1683 ; Brittain , South Mymms , 94. F.S. 1/ 4601 . Brittain

    South Mimms Roman catholicism

    151. Brittain , South Mymms , 10 2. Ex inf. Father Sylvester Palmer ; Kelly 's Dir. Mdx . ( 1855 ). The ch. is dedic. to St. Mary and St. Gregory . Catholic Dir . ( 1851 ). Brittain

    South Mimms Churches

    D.R.O. 5/A9/2. Brittain , South Mymms , 17. See p. 286. Brittain , South Mymms , 17, 26. See p. 286. Cartulary of St. Barts. Hosp . nos. 1220, 1227. Brittain , South Mymms , 26. E 301/34/117. Brittain ,

    South Mimms Local government

    out-pensioners, 1816-27 ); Brittain , South Mymms , 77. M.R.O., D.R.O. 5/F1/1. Brittain , South Mymms , 59. Silk Weavers ' Hall, or Bastick's Lot, is shown near the obelisk: M.R.O., F. 84/6b; see p. 278. Brittain , South Mymms

    South Mimms Protestant nonconformity

    298. Brittain , South Mymms , 83. Beck and Ball, Lond. Friends' Meetings , 298. M.R.O., TA/ S. Mimms . Home Cnties. Mag . i. 317. Brittain , op. cit. 84. Ex inf. the sec., Potters Bar Baptist ch. Brittain

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eisteddle- E oedd i 180 yn gysurus, ac wedi ei osod i fynu yn F a daclus iawn gan Mri. Brittain, Llundain. Yr ad- I a eiladydd oedd Mr. Clements, o Deptford, ac y mae c ;a] yn haeddu cryn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3. James a Benjamin Jones, a Mr. John Hughes. Treffyona,-Mri. William Jones, W. Davies, P. M. Evans, Owen Jones, aJ. Brittain. Afaes. gla,#,-Parch. David Oliver, MK. P. M. Williams, T. J. Evans, ao E. Hughes. Wydgrug-Mr. B. P. Jones, Dr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Jan. 20. BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED. J. Holbrook, Derby, grocer, from Jan. 27 to March 16, at eleven, at the King's Arms Tavern, Derby. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. 'W. Peyton, Lincoln's-inn-fields, wine-merchant. BANKRUPTS. C. Gibbs, Ecclesball, Staffordshire, ironmonger. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &C. On Sunday morning, just after divine service, a poor little girl, who had fallen into the river Thames, was, with the assistance of drags, raised from the water near a wharf in Tooley street. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    XV+ Qirve, Jloirtat8-E~rou-rwell, Lancashire, viclualler. SolicitSlS, ,-ilessro He~rd a d Jels on, Teciple. ,Sge0 A; .trday, December 31. INSOLVENTS. R Brittain, Birminnlvan), paicket- bok lock-maker 7Brtik nemi \ttu1t brooke, Mom anoth, paper-maraefactarer. T. Taylor, New Sarum, Wilts, butcher. C. Staveley, Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 4, page 727 (1563)

    diuers other as Maister Haule of Grayes Inne and such other like. Thē my lord of London perswaded my cosen Brittain as he had done ofte before, which was that I should vtter the bottome of my harte in any

    Actes and Monuments Of the Churche.

    or braunches sprōge out of that mooste frutefull rote and foundation of Luther. So likewise was not this Ile of Brittain without his frute and braunches: Amongst whom Patricke Hamelton a skottishman borne, being a yong man of an excellent

    K. Ric. 3. The tyranny of the protector. The. 2. yonge princes slaine. Duke of Buckingham.

    of Buckingham, which soone after cost hym his life. But þe bishop more crafty to saue hymselfe, incontinent fled into Brittain. Notwithstanding, the deuise once being broched was so plausible, and tooke such effect, that message was sent ouer the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 February 1740, 13 February 1741

    Heads applicable to the repairing and re-building our Ships, as would have been fufficient to build the whole Fleet of Brittain, from the Keels of the Ships, and have put them thoroughly equipt to Sea: And yet it is moft Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1743, 31 January 1744

    " tural Influence of Great Brittain, in Purfuit of the " gonimon Caufe of Europe, is but too apparent in Fact, " and could not be otherwife in the Nature of Things. " Great Brittain is a powerful Kingdom ; Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    in, 465. (JVof re/erred.) Wigan, 476, p. (JVof re/errea'.) 105. Contempt of Court: Complaining of imprisonment for Contempt of Court; Brittain, Joseph, lxxiv. 547, p. Hummons, John, lxxii. 241. Persons confined in the Fleet Prison, lxxiii. 276,p.—lxxv. 258, p. Conveyances: Subscribers-only content

    Index, 2 November 1819

    presented; Leave given; Petition presented; Referred to a Committee ; 440. 1 .1 .— Vide Accounts. Supply. Brittain, Joseph; Petition of Joseph Brittain, late of Want- age, complaining of his Imprisonment for Contempt of the Court of Chancery; To lie Subscribers-only content

    8 December 1819, 8 December 1819

    goods for the said tonnage, the said Gabriel setting forth, That it would be of public utility if a Turn- Brittain brought his action of trespass against the Pe- pike Road was made and maintained to lead out of the Subscribers-only content


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