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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The colleges and halls St Catharine's St. Catharine's College . Gules a Catherine wheel or . [Recorded by the heralds, 1684 ]

    to support the House of Commons without King and House of Lo rds . A succession of able Masters, Sibbes, Brownrigg , Spurstow , Lightfoot, Eachard, Dawes, and a really remarkable body of hard-working fellows, carried the College to a

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    (fl. 1705), Wm. (fl. 1823), Wm. Wale, Brownell, Edm., mayor of Cov., Brownlow , Cecil, earl of Exeter (d. 1793), Brownrigg , Thos., Brownshill Green , in Coundon , Bruges ( Belgium ), Brugge , atte, fam., Brumskill, Oliver ,

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    n , 98 n , 111 n Brownfieet , Rob., 117 Brown Lees , Edw., 235 Brown Pike , 286 Brownrigg (e) , Giles , 317 n ; Miles, 312 Browside ( Cartmel ), 265 n Bruce , Rev. Geo

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ond o din yr arugylchiadau nid oedd b.;d y London wrth gwrs yn barod i yemlid. Ymnddenzys fod y Cadben Brownrigg yn un o'r dynion mwyaf cw. ol, ac yn uu o'r rhbai mwyaf ym 'iecc-ar i roI 1.3 y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rolls, A.S., pryd yr oedd yn bresenol ymhlith eraill Iarll Powis, Syr George Elliot,'A.S., Mr. Stanuly Leighten, LS., Gen- eral Brownrigg, CB., Canon Phillips, Byr Alexander 7 Wood, 3iM. StOephen ![ai8. Mr ow b . LMr. ftalan~d'Phlps, Dr. fankd(len, M.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    West, M.P., Charles Morgan, Esq. Lord-Lieut. of Denbighshire Charles A R Hoare, Esq. Thomas Wool, Esq. Treaaurer. The Rsv Sludtaolme Brownrigg, M.A., I vie-Treamrer J A Bolls, Esq. MR JOHN TEHOMAS, Pencerdd Gwalia, Harpist to Her Majesty, the Queen, Ras Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by those islands, yet we had lo pY forSOOO menl for them. There was an item of 67,00)01.0 tov vernor Brownrigg. in the Ceylon expetiditmmre, arnl 48,0Oi. lo Governor Farquhar, in that of the Mauiritius. The (ivil 1lst too was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brownrig treated her apprentice; for which Mrs. Brownrigg is hanged in the first volume of theNewgate Calendar. Upon the whole, we think the apprentice is better off than the Irishman; as Mrs. Brownrigg merely starves and beats her, without any Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 June 1798, 19 June 1798

    Lieutenant Colonel Braddyll, Royal Lancafloire Militia, to Colonel Brownrigg, dated Maker Heights, i6th June 1798; with an Enclofure." 4. " Copy of a Letter from Colonel the Honourable Arthur Paget to Colonel Brownrigg, dated i8th June 1798." 5. " Copy Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1834, 12 May 1834

    Man that set the Ground out for a " Garden." " Who was that Man ?" iC His Name was Brownrigg; he was the Person that " was measuring the Ground." " What Rent were you to pay to Mr. Subscribers-only content

    To the King's Most Excellent Majesty., 16 February 1795

    faithful Servants, (Signed) C. Howfon, ift Bat. of European Infantry, Rob' Bowles, Colonel Infantry. R. Nicholfon, L' Col. Engineers, Tho' Brownrigg, L' Col/iftB. N. I. S. W. S. Waddington, L« Col. 2d B. N. I. R. Jones, L* Col. Artillery. Subscribers-only content

    12 January 1770, 12 January 1770

    and Superintendant of the Works in Windfor Park ----------,-- Mary Sherdley, Widow of Sherdley ------- Dr. Samuel Stennett ------------ V/illiam Brownrigg, Efquire, Receiver General of the Taxes - - - - - Lauchlan Maclean, Efquire, for His Majefty's Special Service Subscribers-only content

    27 January 1786, 27 January 1786

    Beft, Efq. - Portius Smith, Efq. - Ch* Wm. Michel, Efq. Benfon Fearon, Efq. - Peter Garrick, Efq. - Wm. Brownrigg, Efq. Rob. Williams, Efq. Wm. Charlton, Efq. - Cha. Turner, Eiq. - Geo. Ramus, Efq. - DATE. 21 May Subscribers-only content

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

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    Outcome: Date: 1730 - 1730 People & Places Participant: JohnMouncey [Mounsey] Role: appellant Details: male Location: Greystoke (Cumberland) Place(s): Brownrigg(Brownrigg) : undefined Notes: For the transmitted papers from the original cause see also TRANS.CP.1730/10 Participant: JohnNicholson [Nicholson] Role: appellate


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