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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Newnham Economic history

    facilities at Bullo Pill may have been attracting minor industry, for near by there was in 1824 a marble-works, 43 about which nothing further has been discovered. By 1897 the Standard Wagon Co. Ltd. had works at Bullo Pill ;

    Newnham Introduction Newnham 1969

    1907 until 1958; 96 the halt at Ruddle was closed by 1917 and that at Bullo Crossing in 1958 , the goods station at Bullo Pill in 1963 , and the main-line station at Newnham in 1964 . 97 The

    Newnham Church

    E. C. Brice , remained vicar until his death at Newnham in 1881 . 17 In 1875 he opened at Bullo a mission room, with a Sunday school, 18 which remained in use until the 1920s . 19 In 1880

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, B, 01 January 1553-31 December 1553

    174 note. Bug a , 48. Bugnicourt , M. de, in the Emperor's service, 34, 136, 141, 144, 149, 428. Bullo , Donato, a servant of Cardinal Pole, 451. Burgundy , 90, 223, 475. -, and see the Franche-Comt .

    Spain, December 1553, 21-25, 21 December 1553-25 December 1553

    sides. But when he reached Antwerp he displayed quite different views; and in speech with various persons, in particular Donato Bullo, a servant of Cardinal Pole who said he did not consider the project feasible, for there were many hostile

    Extracts from the records, 1684

    of Morbattle; John Kerr, parson of Roxburgh; Mr. W. Sterling, parson of Ancrum; Thos. Smyth, parson of Eddlestoun; Mr. W. Bullo, parson, Stobo; Ja. Crichtoune, Kilbryd." Of the thirty-two prebends, the holders of which were members of the chapter at

    Index of persons

    472, 475, 520. John, 540, 549. Robert, tailor in Edinburgh, 132. Walter, baker, 416. Bucklie , John, 309. Richard, 300. Bullo , Mr. W., parson of Stobo, 351. Buntine , George, hammerman, 415. Patrick, smith, 7. Burleigh , Robert, master

    Charles II - volume 181, December 8-15, 1666, 08 December 1666-15 December 1666

    from one to another about his charge in looking after the sick and wounded seamen. Esquire Evelyn says that Mr. Bullo ck and Mr. Talbor have received the money to pay him, but such clerks do mischief in slighting their Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Free Trade have not yet been applied to above two. IlIthe ofte trateelmoe cupationn. Goild money, eilver money Ueurors, and Bullo andileare-the " Toerhstlo" of oosJtBtAfre0/ m toe 1 our Ia bour' meet be aipplied fiefore Nyo can have real Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I I PORTING INTELLIGENCE. STOCKTON RACES. YEISTERDAY. 71he CORPaORATION~ PLATE Of 50 sore., for all ageg; whifners tAirs. Fire furlorge. Mr. Thompson's Itidlpon. yrs .... Mr. Thompson I Mr. Thomsas' etento, 2 yra -.......... Dyl 2 Mr. Peek, jun.'s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NJoe.,21llison, Cannl Street. 1032 VI ED II D SERVANT.0F-ALt1.W(ItK, us501 to a Pulblic 5 t -I 01 -A pply at Bullo ll ead, S i tallbr ok Street. 101N I'Din a smlall fanoily, a goed tljerough 51i 11 VANrIXoF' I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Atione 7-cave Lnews, wialtitbelrd aStreet; IarIele. Th waeriearat :iL fo9r ~ErWING MCHIoE, Price oelylsran geoues -At for SALEtheap en0Bn, 5 Bullo PteeA(PilER Temple Paqkev), Five ainbm. 83 FANES.-Porm SALpE, Iw. aot Wofa BAN= BOOm S retreet, t~r B PmitYm 4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Front Page, 10 June 1788

    OT «-. • CO rt w D dar "2 Ida ks. ys. ars. «_• Suba Jemi Havi Naic Sepo Lafc Bullo Bcaft 7 1 1 1 Wounded - 1 1 1 — 18 1 — — Miffing - — ~ Subscribers-only content

    13 February 1826, 13 February 1826

    36 13° Februarii. A. 1826. Kensington Poor Pe¬ tition. A Petition of the Vicar, Churchwardens, Overseers, and Trustees of the Poor, and Inhabitants of the parish of Saint Mary Abbotts Kensington, in the county of Mid¬ dlesex, was presented, Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1826, 24 February 1826

    the first time; and ordered to be read a second time. Sir John Cotterell presented a Bill for making and Bullo Pill maintaining a Public Railway, from the summit of the Railway Bill, hill above Churchway Engine, in the Forest Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1826, 6 March 1826

    128 6° Martii. A. 1826. Nottingham Mr. Birch presented a Bill for better supplying with Edinburgh and Fife, by the Ferries cross the Frith of Waterworks Water the Inhabitants of the Town of Nottingham and Forth, between Leith and Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1826, 22 March 1826

    7 Geo, IV. 22° Martil 199 Accounts presented: Trade and navigation. The House being informed that Mr. Irving, Inspector General of Imports and Exports, attended at the door, he was called in; and at the bar presented to the Subscribers-only content

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