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  • * Victoria County History *

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    third, known as Bush , lay south-west beyond Spaxton village, 3 km. from Charlinch church. 87 The parish contained c . 1,450 a. (587 ha.), all of which was by stages added to Spaxton : in 1882 Bush (95 a.,

    Charlinch Economic history

    at Padnoller. 6 In 1786 one man produced 137 stone of flax and in 1794 another produced 58 stone at Bush . 7 Most of the farms were small and held on leases for lives, but Currypool demesne, Swang ,

    Bethnal Green Parliamentary Representation

    Times , 21 July 1911 , 7 f ; 25 July, 13 b ; 31 July , 8 e ; Bush , 'Labour politics and society in E. Lond. ' 53. The Times , 14 May 1983 , 4 a

    Rampton Economic history

    up to nearly 20 a. All the pasture was at the edge of the arable fields, Pierce's, Brook, Moor, Page's, Bush , and Miller's closes lying on the south and west parish boundaries, and Homehill and Hardwell between the meadows

    Hampstead North End, Littleworth , and Spaniards End

    during the early 18th century, with a few country houses appearing among the cottages. In North End the Bull and Bush , licensed from 1721, 89 may have originated in the estate belonging to the Tidds in the 17th century;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bill oedd arno, ac archodd ei gab a'igeffyl, a ffvrdd a hwy eilwaith dros y rrynydd i Merthyr. Dewisodd y Bush Hotel i roddi i fyny ynddp, a rboddodd orchymyn yna fed y cabwr i gael pub peth a geisiai, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Miiss lElzbeth Wll ams, ('rawrasAbg Llienerwan. Eughes-WiA lme.-A~r y 4ydd cylisol, yn swyddfa y cofrestrydd, Csernaslni, Mr. John Hughes, Bush newyidd, Feiuheli; a Misa Mary Wi lians, Peu;groee, Llaflvfni.. Jones-Davies. -Ar yr 3lain cynfirol, yU nghepel y Tabercl6. Ablerayron, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aurhyd. F. Hanbury- Tracy, A.S., ac amryw eraill. MANION, Enillodd Mr. W. Rhys Roberts, rnab y Parch. Gwilym Roberts, Shepherds Bush, (genedigol o Trawal tynydd) sifle an hydeddus yn arboliad y COlssica. Tripos yn Cambridge yr wythnos ddiweddaf, Safai vn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    encore gyda "I fear no foe" (Pinsut). Da oedd genym we'ed cynulllad mor lliosog yn ngyDgerdd Cynmro yn mhellaftedd Shepherds Bush. " Y TESTAMENT NEWYDD " NEWYDD! Y mae y Revised Edition o'r Testament Newydd Seisnig wedi ei gyhoeddi heddyw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    papyr gan Sir ¶avers Twissear "Ainddiffyniad cydgenedlaothal yr aEon Congo." Hysbysir ' Popular Introduction to the Pentateuch,' Parch. R. W' Bush (2s. 6e.); 'Epistles of St. John, the Greek Text, with notes and Essays,' B. F. West- cott,(12s. 6c.); 'H Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 February 1722, 20 February 1723

    9 Geo. Journals of the Houfe of Lords* 95 IS mi* L. Onflow. L. Romney. L. Newburgbi L. D»«V; : and Scab Clayfon'S Bill. E. Loudoun. E. Aberdeen* E. Iky. E; Strafford. E. Brgfo/. it. OUJjcXj E. Cowper. E. Subscribers-only content

    23 June 1819, 23 June 1819

    the Election.) " T. P. Acland, Esq. " Joseph Davie Basse ft, Esq. " J. D. Baker, Esq. " Wm. Bush, Esq. " Nich. Dennis, Esq. (50) " Nich. Dennis, jun. Esq. " Joseph Fortescue, Esq. " Ph. Furze, Esq. Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    " answered without the King; and all Petitions relating to " those Countries received by Roubiry, Caam, Kirkeby and " Bush were to be delivered to the Persons so authorized. " Afterwards, on the 21st of March, a Proclamation " Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Lambto de Trykyngham. Ade de Herewynton. Magro Petro de Den. Magro Michi de Harcla. Galffo le Scrop. Magro Johi de Bush. Magro Rico de Burton. Magro Gilbto de Middelton. Johi de Denn. Magro Johi de Statford. Magro Andree de B Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1827, 12 March 1827

    Ca- chester and Surrey, and Clergy of or residing within those th°'ic Claims, Archdeaconries, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; f^e°n.s praying their Lordships, " That those Laws by which (Winches- " Legislative, *«:) Wine Bush tition Banb resto Usee Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BUSH, Ralph (d.1441), of Caundle Haddon, Dorset.

    Kilve (Somerset) and other land in the same county, some of which she and Bush then sold to John Roger I* of Bridport. By 1428 Bush also had lands in Cambridgeshire, apparently similarly acquired through this marriage. When Eleanor died

    BUSH, Richard, of Maldon, Essex.

    BUSH, Richard, of Maldon, Essex. Constituency Dates Maldon 1381 Maldon Oct. 1382 Maldon Oct. 1383 Maldon Nov. 1384 Maldon 1385 Maldon 1386 Ofifces Held Constable, Maldon Jan. 1387-8. Biography Bush acquired property in Maldon, including a messuage and six shops,

    MEYRICK, John (c.1673-c.1735), of Bush, Pemb.

    (c.1673-c.1735), of Bush, Pemb. Constituency Dates Pembroke Boroughs 1702 1708 Cardigan Boroughs 1710 20 Feb 1712 Ofifces Held Puisne judge, Anglesey circuit 1712–15. Biography Meyrick’s paternal grandfather Sir John† was a professional soldier who served as adjutant-general in the Earl

    BUSH, John, of Cambridge.

    BUSH, John, of Cambridge. Constituency Dates Cambridge 1411 Cambridge 1426 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Cambridge Sept. 1408-9, 1414-17, 1420-1. Biography John was probably a kinsman of William Bush, the cutler who served as bailiff of Cambridge in 1407 and 1411, and

    TAVERNER, William II.

    in the same Parliament to which he himself had been elected, he was involved in transactions concerning the Chideok and Bush estates in Dorset. That same year he made a quitclaim to Sir Thomas of all of the Brooke family


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