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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dawley Public services

    97 A scheme sanctioned in 1904 , to supply Dawley with water from a well in the Weald Moors near Buttery Farm (in Edgmond ), appears to have come to nothing. 98 In 1909 the U. D.C. arranged for a

    Brasenose College

    B.N.C. Mon . xi, 14 seq. B.N.C. Mon . iv. Buttery Book, 1639. Petition to the Visitor: Visitor's Box. V.P.'s Reg. A, fol. 84 b . Bursar's Rolls, 34 Eliz. Buttery Books for 1641-2 . B.N.C. Mon . xi, 61-4;

    Wellington Protestant nonconformity

    return of 1772. P.R.O., RG 31/7, Salop . no. 150. The certif. was signed by Wm. Buttery , perhaps a relative of Ge o. Buttery , owner of the Lawley Bank chapel (presumed Wesleyan) in 1818 : Orders of Q.

    Oriel College and St Mary hall COLLEGIVM ORIALL Plan Of St. Mary Hall .

    removed in 1650 -1 and replaced in 1673 -4. 171 In 1710 the hall and buttery were decorated with panelling, which remains in the buttery, and the fine hammer beam roof was hidden by a plaster ceiling. 172 At that

    Jesus College JESUS COLLEGE

    to the time' was 'a debt from the Lady Grandison for bread, beere, etc. had by her out of the Buttery : £13 15 s . 2 d '. The college also gave up all its silver. The total weight

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 29 Ancient Housekeeping.

    on Maundy Thursday, 8l. 16s. 7d. Item, 24 Silver Dishes , so many Sawcers, and so many Cups for the Buttery , one Pair of Pater-Nosters, and one Silver Coffin , bought this Year , 103l. 5s. 6d. To divers

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Ancient Housekeeping.

    thousand nine hundred fifty seven Pound , thirteen Shillings, four Pence Halfpenny , as followeth. To wit, in the Pantry, Buttery , and Kitchen, 3405l. & c. For 184 Tons, one Pipe of Red or Claret Wine, and one Ton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The sham reform for Ireland-Doings of Mi. Roe, 386. Illumina- tions-Plagiary, 387.; Brtalities of the high and low compared,401. Battery, Buttery, and Bnrdett-How to celebrate the Reform Act, 402. Pledges,U417, 449, 466, 642. Colonial misrule-Case of Dennis Collins, 418. Privilege Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    named Daniel Davis, descended thle pit witl I all the fortitude and willingness imaginable. the overlooker of the collier3 Richard Buttery, hastened to the spot, and instantly followed Daniel Davis. nad by their united exertions soobn~brught tup to the surface Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grocer. [Blower and Ca. T. Starry, Seirborough, York, printer, [J. S. f. Moedy, Scar- borough. W. Astill, Lenvon, Nottinglam, ironmonger. [Buttery and Snn, Nottinghato. DIVIDENDS. November 17, WX. Mattitigley and W. and B. Kent, Abingdon, Derko, benkers-November 26, T- Hubert, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beoteeaker. [Cob- bett. Miancliester-It. ililles, Warrinegon, innkeaper. [Nicholson, Warritngton, -W, Hough, jun., ljochdale, joiner. [Downcy, .telldile.-R. James, Leaton, Nottieglsamlsiire, laretnaleer. [Buttery and SJe, 14ttinglsam. Dividcenils.-April G, J. Johnson, Liverpool, gjcer-April 2, J. Brotherston, Liverpool, merchant-April 0, T. Dalton and T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    facts adduced, will be found in the careful addresses of Mr Justice Crompton, in passing sentence on George Pell, W. Buttery, and Mark Gleave, the only three Englishmen who were convicted. His lordship much regretted that a larger number of Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RISELEY, William (c.1527-1603), of Chetwode, Bucks.

    William sat in the 1559 parliament, he conveyed this property and lands in ‘Godington’, Oxfordshire, to William Chauncy† and Cressentius Buttery, reserving the profits of the estates to himself.Riseley was, on at least two occasions, accused of violence; in Mary’s


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