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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St John Baptist , Huntingdon

    Thomas Alcock , 36 appointed 1558. Lans. MS. 921, fol. 55, says David the father of Isabel de Bruce . Carruthers , in his History of Huntingdon , says David Earl of Huntingdon , who was afterwards King of Scotland

    Hackney Charities for the Poor

    on c . £71 stock in 1879 , producing dividends whose application was still undecided in 1894 . George Edward Carruthers by will proved 1848 left £100 stock for maintaining his tomb and for bread. The income was £3 in

    Index A-J

    , builders , developers, and bldg. ind., n , and see Andrews; Baker, Chas.; Benson ; Bishop; Bradshaw , Wm.; Carruthers , John; Clarkson; Collins , Rob. and W.J. and F.; Cooke, Wm.; Dabbs; Edmondson; England ; Flight; Garside; Gibson;

    Modern Hull Suburban Hull , 1966 The docks, 1966

    Conservative party organization, 191 old habits began to reassert themselves. A London Conservative shipowner, David Carruthers , headed the poll, followed by Hutt . Carruthers died almost immediately, the expense of the election, it was said, having broken his heart;

    Hull , 1700-1835

    comfortably elected. Acland received few votes, but a strong challenge was made by David Carruthers , a Conservative, who was a London insurance broker and merchant. Carruthers was to have his revenge in 1835 . 336 Topography When Defo e

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    examined by the Coroner and Jury. His evidence showed that the walls were built well and substantially. Tenth Day, Thursday.-MrRichard Carruthers, the surviving proprie- .tor, attended in a very weak state, and was examined. He declared tlat Ie iwas ignorant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the deodand. The ground landlord, it is said, also claims; and in consequence of the bank- reptey of Ur Carruthers, Messrs Barnes and Thornton, the auctioneers, have been valuing the materials and properties, by order of the Comi- missioners. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    act of forgery.-Thc lease in question related to some premises at Pershore, part of which formerely belonged to Mr Gcorge Carruthers a d part had been leased to Mr Hunter. Disputes arose respertins the pr' perty. A trial took plaec, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Caroline Maria, widow of the late Sir J. Maw- buy, Bart. At Denbie, Annandale, at an advanced age, Lieut-Col. 3. Carruthers, of Denbie. This gentleman was Chief of the ancient Border Clan of British or Celtic origin, distsnguished for its Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    without opposition. Hastings-F. North and J. A. Warre. Halifax-Rawdon Briggs, jun., and Charles Wood. ,ull-Matthew Hill, 1672; William Hutt, 1611; Carruthers, i,29; Ac and 460. The two first elected. Huddersjield-Fenton. 'prwich-Morrison and Wason. Kendal-J. Brougham, returned without opposition. Kiddermiuster-R. Godson. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 April 1740, 3 April 1740

    Monfon. Adjo PRAYERS. PRAYERS. Veitch againft Carruthers &al. The Houfe being moved. " That a Day may be ap- " pointed, for hearing the Caufe wherein William Veitch " is Appellant, and John Carruthers and his Guardians " are Refpondents:" Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1779, 24 February 1779

    William " Carruthers Efquire, Walter Riddell, John Jobnßon, " Robert Beveridge, Robert Scott Junior, and Company, '{ Johi Watfon, Thomas Johnßon, John Gerden, Mary " Ferguffbn and James Crighton, Purfuers of the Procefs " of Reduction ; William Carruthers, George Subscribers-only content

    2 July 1812, 2 July 1812

    is properly brought; That the Com- " mittee are of opinion, That in the Appeal oiMajendie " and another againft Carruthers and another, the Ap- " pellants fhould be allowed until the firft Caufe Day in " the next Seffion Subscribers-only content

    3 December 1812, 3 December 1812

    and her faid Hufband, for his Intereft, Ap¬ pellants in a Caufe depending in this Houfe, to which William Thomas Carruthers Efquire and his Guardian are Refpondents, was prefented and read; fetting forth, " That in the laft Seffion of Subscribers-only content

    11 December 1812, 11 December 1812

    that it appeared to the " Committee, that in the Caufes of Routledge and The " Bifhop of Bangor againft Carruthers, and Warner " againft Cunninghame, the Parties had delivered their • " Cafes fince the prefenting of their Petitions Subscribers-only content


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