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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 1 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    St. Stephen Walbroke St. Benet Paulswharf, Rect. St. Peters Paulswharf, Rect. Dr. Gee Mr. Burghope 96 00 0 74 10 0 100 00 0 13 08 10 9 04 2 0 3 0 0

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Gaddesden

    . is regularly paid by Earl Brownlow out of Ringshall Marshes in the parish of Ivinghoe . The Rev. George Burghope , according to the Table of Benefactors, gave in his lifetime £30, the interest to be divided between the

    Parishes Studham

    Brownlow in respect of a legacy of £30 bequeathed by the will, dated in 1707 , of the Rev. George Burghope , one moiety to be paid to the minister for preaching a sermon on mortality yearly on 26 May

    Parishes Edlesborough

    the parish officers in Easter week, and are paid for by Earl Brownlow from the Ashridge estate. Charity of George Burghope , founded by deed 28 February 1723 . In respect of 12 acres intermixed with the glebe land, the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    16, Sankey6, T. Yates 0, E. Daranit l0, Piilipsd, W. DurantO, 1. Yates 43, Tltlcy 13 Edge, Ecake ol 9, Burghope (not out) 2, extras 8; total Ilo etnitcd Peso: Howard 0, Hakefileld 8, Sisrettleworti 2,'Crmddock 29, Pettifer 9, Stevenson Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDInTR of the DAILY POST Sir,-On the 26th of August, under circumstances duly reported at the time, I challenged Mr. Burghope, travellhii secretary to the Licensed Victuallers' Association, to a public discussion on Mr. Hoyle's pamphlet on "The evih of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    end of the then current week I should consider that he had withdrawn from the discnsslon. I have written Mr. Burghope more thais one letter since the 26th August, and from the first the choice of dates has rested with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1. I':-Iev rerree-ntrJ thei Uniou P'rovident Sick cioty, cf whiei 3Mr. Wadhwes, with them, was a trustee; arnd Mr. Samuel Burghope the Licensed Vie- tuallers' INational Defence Ileague, which lie had P-rveOl aLS a vlce-ir-silent and aS honorary treasurer. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and other speakers deprecated anything like a con- demnation o' the authorities, who did not desire to act unfairly. Mr. Burghope, who also supported the proposition, said that in about seven only out of 280 brewster sessions in the country Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Municipal and state socialism: an address to the Liberty & Property Defence League, 1886

    , Mr. Thomas Edwards , and Mr. William Griffiths , Representatives of the Licensed Victuallers' National Defence Leagne; Mr. Samuel Burghope , Financial Secretary of ditto; Mr. John Hunt , Chairman of the Manchester and Salford Licensed Victuallers' Association; Mr. Subscribers-only content

    Self help v. state help, 1885

    ' Society; Mr. Councillor Cleaver , of Leicester , President of the Licensed Victuallers' National Defence League; Mr. S. Burghope , Financial Secretary, ditto; Mr. Colin Oliphant , Secretary and Parliamentary Agent of the Beer and Wine Trade National Defence Subscribers-only content

    Public prosecutions, 1856

    observation of his Lordship will deserve to be subjoined-" Nobody but a Magistrate's Clerk would think of sending people to trial on such a charge as this after a lapse of eleven years." ~ W. Burghope , Printer, Congleton . Subscribers-only content

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