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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MASTER, Richard (1746-1800).

    in 1787, when the firm of Master, Dawson, Brooks, Kirton and Clayton, later Master, Dawson, Brooks & Co., was established at 26 Chancery Lane, London. After his death it became Dawson, Brooks, Son & Co.In 1790 he stood again for

    ANSON, Hon. Thomas William (1795-1854).

    ANSON, Hon. Thomas William (1795-1854). Constituency Dates Great Yarmouth 1818 31 July 1818 Ofifces Held PC 24 Nov. 1830; master of the King’s buckhounds 1830-4; postmaster gen. 1835-41. Ofifces Held Capt. Staffs. yeoman cav. 1812, maj. 1819, lt.-col. 1829,

    DUNDAS, Thomas (1795-1873).

    DUNDAS, Thomas (1795-1873). Constituency Dates Richmond 1818 11830 York 1830 191832 York 11 Nov. 1833 191834 Richmond 1835 19 Feb 1839 Ofifces Held Ld. lt. Yorks. (N. Riding) 1839-73. Biography Dundas was returned for his grandfather’s borough at the

    SCUDAMORE, John I (1727-96), of Kentchurch, Herefs.

    SCUDAMORE, John I (1727-96), of Kentchurch, Herefs. Constituency Dates Hereford 23 Jan. 1764 4 July 1796 Ofifces Held Lt.-col. Herefs. militia 1761, col. 1796. Biography Secure in his seat, Scudamore remained an opponent of Pitt’s administration. On 2 May

    TUFTON, Hon. John (1773-99).

    TUFTON, Hon. John (1773-99). Constituency Dates Appleby 1796 28 May 1799 Ofifces Held Capt. Trench’s corps 1793. Biography Tufton, returned on the interest of his eldest brother Lord Thanet, maintained the family’s Whig politics. He had joined Brooks’s Club,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dedham Church Dedham church and street in the early 19th century

    . xviii. 44-9; xxviii. 83; C. A. Brooks , Dedham Lectureship , 17. Dedham ch. mun. room, Char. Com. Scheme, 1979 . Description based on the painting by John Constable, reproduced in Brooks , Dedham Lectureship . Newcourt , Repertorium

    Townships Bleasdale

    , Brooks , Calder and Oakenclough , with land called Scoring Moss ; Pat. 20 Jas. I, pt. iii. In 1670 John Sturzaker paid £2 a year rent for Oakenclough , Peter Blackburne £2 11 s . for Brooks ,

    Stoke Newington Churches

    Booth , Life and Labour , 3rd ser. (i), 131. Mudie-Smith, Rel. Life , 130. Brooks , St. Mary . Mudie-Smith, Rel. Life , 129. Brooks , St. Mary . e.g. in 1911 the rector raised £600 a year to

    Parishes Stevenage

    the same descent as the manor of Boxbury 93 in Walkern , with which it was henceforward associated. Brooks The manor of BROOKS ( Brokes , Brokys) took its name from the family of Brok, who held land in Stevenage

    Great Stanmore Economic history

    Pathsgate, Montagues, Thrums, Pynnacles, Mackerels, Aylwards, Rooks, and Buggs were described as houses or tenements, while Barretts , Heriots Wood, Brooks , Simrookes, Brains, and Cock Allens were merely fields. 67 Four men held the 13 head tenements recorded in

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 32 [Descript. of Lond.] The MILTARY GOVERNMENT. [by Sir T. More.]

    riseth four and twenty Miles above Amaurote, out of a little Spring; but being encreased by other small Floods and Brooks that run into it; and among others, two somewhat bigger ones. Before the City it is half a Mile

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs without the Walls.

    Orchards, planted with Trees, both large, sightly, and adjoining together. On the North side are Pastures and plain Medows, with Brooks running thorow them, turning Water- mills, with a pleasant noise. Not far off is a great Forest, a well

    Book 1, Chapter 5 The River of THAMES.

    for Waters serving this City; First, by Rivers, Brooks , Bourns, Fountains, Pools, & c. And since by Conduits, partly made by good and charitable Citizens, and otherwise by Charges of the Commonalty; as shall be more amply shewed in

    Book 1, Chapter 6 The River of THAMES.

    is most subtle and pure of all other; as that of great Rivers is most excellent in comparison of small Brooks . Although Aristotle will have the Salt Water to be most gross, because a S hip will bear a

    Book 1, Chapter 8 The Jurisdiction of the THAMES.

    any other Fish, in any Floodgate, Pipe, or the Tayl of any Mill, Weare , or in any Straits, Streams, Brooks , Rivers, Salt or Fresh. Secondly, None shall take and kill any Salmons or Trouts, not being in Season;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t . i ' : A. i IX i X .' fI' 'Dywedai pap'yrau Belgium y: dyddia diau ddaf fo'd triaTdaeth yn 'abel ei charioI Yilaen' iwf y' er i Pnbyrddianyi'o at'Phnftain er cael trosg~lwycddoly lTab ,e a'i gadair Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and 112 Great Russell Street; Bangor, H V Baker, ald J E Griffith; Carnarvon, Mrs Griffith Owen; landudnod G, _ Brooks, Mostyn Street; Abergele, H Jones; BettwsbcvOec r Jones; Towyn,E .Newell;Fffint, Ml Jones; Bagillt, kD.°zs to HonzoTathic Medicines-Caution-Each bottle or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1i Pilc- Cadily, and 11. Great Rnssell Street; Bsog, H B , J Ei Griffith; Cernenvee, Mrs Griffith Owen; Llandudlos.(4 Brooks, Mestyni Street; Abergele. H Jeoes; Beittwaycoed, C L Jones; Towye, S.Newell; Pfluit, MI. Jones; BagiljtED .1 sees. Zlcemoaaelhjiclfedkieers- Caution Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aced 112 Great Russell Street; Bangor, H V Baker, and J E Griffith; Carnarvon, Mrs Grifflth Owen; Llandudno, G. t Brooks, Mostyn Street; .Abergele, H Jones; Bettwsycoed 0 L I Jones; Towyn, E. Neweli; Fiflnt, Ml. Jones; Bagillt, S.D. .1ones. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr Henaduriaeth. 9. Enwyd y Llywydd a Y Mr. W. Thomas, o Abermule, i fyned i'r Gymanfa Gyffredinol. 10. Capel Brooks :-Oddiar dystiolaeth . y cyfeillion o'n boddlonrwydd gyda golwg ar waith yr a adeiladydd sr y capel, awdurdodwyd hwynt Subscribers-only content


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