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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    any buttons, or button-holes, made of cloth, serge, or tkelitke, on any Cathers wateibr, on penalty of 40s. per dozelt; aud' wch"- 'cl~olthea oosd.e soa may ibe seiae4. By -7 'GoS cap. 12, no tperson shalli-ear oi any, clothes,. buttons Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sleeves - - O 17 Silk Sleeves or Skirt Lining - 0 io Casaissere Gaiters - . O is Crest Buttons, large, per dozen, Ss.; small ditto, Is. 6d. There are no extra charges, except for Lace. 13 Clifford street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sleeves- - - 0 17 Silk Sleeves or Skirt Lining - O 10 Cassimere Gaiters - . 0 15 Crest Buttons, large, per ozeon, Is.; small ditto, Is. fld. There are no extra charges, except for Lace. 13 Clifford street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 Waistcoat with sleeves . - 0 17 Silk Sleeves or Skirt Lining . Q 10 Cassimere Gaiters 015 Crest Buttons, large, per dozen, 3s.; small ditto, Is. fl. :There are no extra charges, except for Lace. 13 Clifford street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chrnage which lied caer beanrezpo~se hi ni/tick the~y eoteld enceise saigll tepero- posed, could inl their epinzionv emenld thlat coast Buttons. He likewise felt gtreat pleasurein agreeing withanothermnember of the goveremehnt, who had expressed his adiniration of the brave French Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Priors Dean

    the eastern border of the parish to the north of Abbots Copse. Barefield Copse, Goleigh Bottom , Buttons Copse, Buttons Lane ( Buttons , xvi cent.), 2 Holtham's Lane, Slade Farm ( Slade , xiii cent.), 3 Baker's Farm and

    Alstonefield Quarnford QUARNFORD 1994

    ribbons from Leek , buttons from Macclesfield , and smallwares from Manchester . 51 The benefactors of the church built at Flash in 1744 included six button men and two petty chapmen of Quarnford. 52 Buttons were also made in

    Economic and Social History Industry and Trade, 1880-1960

    of pearl buttons, 94 and the training of youngsters without permission. Their strike at Smith and Wright in 1881 , however, failed as non-unionists and women workers replaced members 95 and finally the flood of machine-made German buttons knocked Birmingham

    Parishes Bishopstone

    married Sir Robert Button (d. 1678). 160 In a way that is not clear Throope passed from the Meuxes to Buttons , but apparently to a member of that branch of the Button family which had been farming it since

    Parishes Wilsford

    may have made a similar conveyance and shortly afterwards both Agnes and Emma claimed to have been dispossessed by the Buttons , who seem, however, to have retained the land. 99 The last Button to own it was probably William

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes Of the Churche.

    morning, wearing a coat of oreng tawny, on a horse, cooler grissel, trotting.He saith the Sonday next before that, one Buttons wife gaue knoledge to the said deponent that his father shuld be arested by diuers sergeants assone as he

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SMYTH, Sir Robert, 3rd Bt. (c.1659-1745), of Upton, West Ham, Essex

    were established, and connected him with three prominent families: the Whitheds of West Tytherley, the Nortons of Southwick and the Buttons of Lymington. It was doubtless these links which led the 1st Duke of Bolton (Charles Powlett†), the lord lieutenant

 

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