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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Banbury Parliamentary representation

    Spurrett , a seed merchant and a Unitarian, Thomas Tims , a solicitor, Timothy Rhodes Cobb , a partner in Cobbs ' Bank and his family's girth-weaving business and a Unitarian, and Samuel Beesley , proprietor of the original Banbury

    Parishes Wimpole

    as Wratworth, with land in Wimpole and Great Eversden , survived into the 17th century, 3 when three enclosures, near Cobbs wood in the eastern part of the parish, were known as Ratford , Francis, and Walters. 4 The last

    Banbury Churches

    came from among the wealthiest shopkeepers and tradesmen. Of the town's chief manufacturers and bankers, the Gilletts were Quakers, the Cobbs Unitarians, the Cubitts Baptists, the Baughens Independents, the Samuelsons Unitarians, and William Edmunds of Hunt Edmunds Brewery a Wesleyan.

    Banbury Manors

    Mrs. Elmes , 82 and in 1723 it was leased to Thomas Cobb , weaver, already the occupant. 83 The Cobbs lived there for over a century and used part of the house as a woollen manufactory. Sir James Dashwood

    Parishes Great Hallingbury GREAT AND LITTL E HALLINGBURY 1980

    and the kitchen was moved to the north wing. There are 19th- and 20th-century alterations and additions to the house. Cobbs Farm, at Woodside Green , recorded by that name from 1676, 31 was also a medieval hall house, of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    matchless number of Household Words,', called THE BOOTS of the HOLLY THEE INN or, the Illfant Elsiseernit to Gretna Green. Cobbs, Mr B. Webster, hi~tiut pparsm toe h itmsl Wih OWowe TOUR UNCE. r rigtAftr wic "UGET PRIVATE .hTPABS~'To eairlue Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are altered and adapted for the sake of bringing all of them into a single drama; and the story of stories in that pleasant set, Boots, is announced for production on Monday evening at the Adelphi, Mqr Webster representing Cobbs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their first Sppearaace since Christmas. The BOOTS at the HOLLY TREE INN, or the Infant Elopemest to Gretna Green t Cobbs, Sir B. Webster. After which Ifirsttimelanewandoriginal arcecalledThatBLESSED BABY, by Mr nod Mrs Keeley, to conclude with the Grand Burlesque Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    way a dramatic sketch from Mr Dickens's de. lightful paper on the " Boots ' of Holly Tree Illu o' Cobbs he himself presents a finished study worthy of his ligh reputation as an artist, and the child lovers are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .ID Wool. NiTziuParm R 40 TU:JESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1858. NEWS OF THE DAY. The flood of talk which has deluged the country for the last fewr days is something terrible to contemplate. Qolet NOAIIS, who never dabbled much in Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STANDON, William (d.1410), of Wimpole, Cambs. and London.

    STANDON, William (d.1410), of Wimpole, Cambs. and London. Constituency Dates London 1391 London 1394 London Jan. 1397 London Jan. 1404 Cambridgeshire Oct. 1404 London 1406 Ofifces Held Buyer for the King’s household Jan. 1378-Dec. 1396. Ofifces Held Tax collector,

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