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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 5 of Stepney and Hackney.

    the said Person or Persons so dying seized: that is to say, his, her, or their Brother or Brothers , Brother or Brothers Children, or Childrens Children, according to the Custom of Gavelkind, & c. as long as any of

    Book 4, Chapter 5 Suburbs. Customs and Orders

    and be Co-heir with his Brother or Brothers , that surviveth the Brother that so died seized, as aforesaid, whether the said Issue be Males or Females. But Males and Females of one Belly or Womb, cannot join to be

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 Battersey.

    Bart. at his Seat at Battersea : A Gentleman of a very ancient, noble, and loyal Family, (three of his Brothers having been killed in the Field, in the Service of K. Charles I . and his Father a great

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Battersey.

    Decemb. 31, 1666 , And Mary his Wife dyed the 14th of May, 1659 . And Samuel, Rebecca, and Edward, Brothers and Sister of the said John, and three Children of John Sayer , Gent. (now living, 1706 ) lie

    Book 1, Chapter 24 CHELSEA COLLEGE.

    other Gods; our Eye may not pity them, nor may we shew Mercy unto them, no altho' they be our Brothers , or our Wives that lye in our Bosom. An odious Thing also it is, either to suffer Truth

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NODIADAU GAN DIOGENES. I . ,XlX; Y . yr Argluyddiprydnavn dydd Llun yr 2Ofed, ibu ymddiddan ar y Tredigaethau ar gyh- ygiad~ga Iar11Russel1 Fel y sylwais mewnllith .o'r blaen, nid ydyw Lord John wedi lUyncu y syn- Jad o'i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyraedd yr oedran o bump a thriugain. Fe ddywedir, nid ydwyf yn gwybod gyda pba faint o wirionedd, fod Laird Brothers, lel y ge]wir y liong-adeiladwyr, ar ol enciliad flurfiol Mr. Laird, wedi gvneyd arian mawr yn ystod y yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    16t i~a O#Oatioxi *-,c L 4 =4 1 GENEDIGAETHAV. . Ar yr leeg eyfisolpiedyPrh .~ns cda, ydad , prid li. T. ar ferch.' Ar! y if ed. cjdeol, priod r. JohnRObeti W z erfab. , ,, ,, .. ,: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llanbedr rai dyddiau yn ol hi mewn canlyniad i gael ei gornio gan darw. Y Aeth y llestr " Two Brothers " a Aberystwyth yn bi ddryllia= yn egos i St. Tudwal's Road ar y 4ydd eyfisol. Achnbwyd y dwylaw. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y 27ain. Lladdwyd purnp o ddynion, anafwyd 50, a gwnaed colled o 15,000p. trwy ffrwydrad berwedydd yn ngweithfa Mri. Lord Brothers, Todmorden, yr wyth- nos ddiweddaf. Mae y Llywodraeth newydd roddi 10,00p. tuag at sefydlu cadeirian addysgol yn Mhrifysgolion Edin- Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Twickenham Roman catholicism

    by the De La Salle brothers, who still maintain it. 71 The Brothers of Charity seem to have owned no. 9 Waldegrave Gardens in 1935 and 1940. 72 Hostels have been managed by the Presentation Brothers at 7 Waldegrave Gardens

    Hospitals St Augustine Pappey

    the brothers were all to be priests 6 ; it was a corporation, having perpetual succession and a common seal. 7 The gove rnment was in the hands of a master and two wardens elected every year by the brothers

    Smethwick Economic history

    of the lighthouse works. In 1889 Chance Brothers & Co. became a private limited company. In 1935 the company issued preference shares and changed its style to Chance Brothers Ltd. 78 Pilkington Brothers of St. Helens ( Lancs .) acquired

    Heston and Isleworth Roman catholicism

    be founded in the district was an orphanage for boys at North Hyde . It was opened about 1854 by Brothers of Mercy, and was conducted in a disused barracks to which other buildings were added later. 61 There does

    The religious houses of London Introduction

    , but that the inmates were transferred to St. Mary Bethlehem , to which the house was given. 1 The Brothers of the Holy Sepulchre, in the first years of Henry III , seem to have had a house in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HALHED, Nathaniel Brassey (1751-1830), of West Square, Southwark, Surr.

    India when Brothers entered into his kingdom, he frequented his gatherings, not the only Member who did so, but alone in his conviction that Brothers had something to say to the nation. Canning, who with Lord Morpeth visited Brothers on

    GRIFFITH, William (c.1687-1715), of Cefnamlwch, Penllech, Caern.

    GRIFFITH, William (c.1687-1715), of Cefnamlwch, Penllech, Caern. Constituency Dates Caernarvon Boroughs 1708 1713 Caernarvonshire 1713 10 Mar. 1715 Biography The Griffith family’s presence in their county was formidable enough for William to be referred to jocularly as ‘Prince Griffith’

    DASHWOOD, George II (1680-1758), St. George's, Hanover Square, Mdx.

    of Dashwood’s standing within Tory circles came in February 1710 when he was elected a ‘nephew’ of the Board of Brothers, the Duke of Beaufort’s drinking club. The following September Beaufort was a key figure in Dashwood’s election campaign at

    BERTIE, Hon. Henry II (1675-1735).

    of censure on the Duke of Marlborough (John Churchill†), he was one of the Members thanked by the Board of Brothers ‘for their good attendance and service’ in the House. He also distinguished himself by being the only commissioner of

    STRANGWAYS, Thomas II (c.1683-1726), of Melbury Sampford, Dorset

    against an attempt to soften the motion condemning Robert Walpole II* for corruption. He was thanked by the Board of Brothers on 25 Jan. for ‘good attendance and service’ in the Commons. On 28 Mar. he obtained a leave of


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