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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Scarborough

    Endowed Schools Act, 17 May 1888 . The Amicable Society Schools, founded 1798, were endowed with a close known as Cockhill Close, and a small close adjoining, containing together 7 acres or thereabouts. The land was sold in 1877 ,

    Parishes Trowbridge

    land on Trowle Common from the Duke of Kingston for a brick kiln, no doubt the fore runner of the Cockhill Brick and Tile Works which still existed in 1890 . 558 At the close of the 19th century the

    Engineering and railway works

    notably Mr. Arthur Townson , Mr. Silcox , and Mr. R. Drew . Ibid. Ex. inf. Mr. Arthur Roberts , Cockhill , Trowbridge ; see below, p. 191. Ex. inf. Mr. G. N. Haden . Ex. inf. Mr. N. D.

    Index A-Z

    chant., 154; chapters, 149; char., 168; Chartism, 127, 139, 148, 165; chs., 152; cloth industry, 113, 137; coach service, 126; Cockhill farm, 146; commerce, 137; common fields, 134; constables, 149; constableship (of castle), 59, 61, 63, 132; coronatores , 149;

  • * British History Online * *

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    Warrants for the Payment of Money, 1737, January-March, 03 January 1737-30 March 1737

    172. Mar. 23 Thomas Laws - 18 10 4 Excise duty on rum destroyed by fire at his house at Cockhill, in Wapping. Prefixing: Excise Commissioners' report. Warrants not relating to Money XXV. p. 448. Thomas Minors, His Majesty's goldsmith.

    Queen Elizabeth ? Volume 240, November 1591, 01 November 1591-30 November 1591

    Calverley, and Rob. Delavale. Cumberland John Southick Henry, Lord Scrope, John Middleton, Fras. Lamplugh, Lancelot Salkeld. Monmouth Walter Vaughan, of Cockhill. Sir Chas. Somerset, Sir Wm. Herbert of St. Gilion's, John Jones, Hen. Herbert of Wove stoe. Anglesea Hugh Hughes Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    Duke of Argyll, 191. -, James, Storekeeper of royal wines, 217. Cockersand Abbey , 238. Cockburnspath (Berwickshire) , 84, 89. Cockhill (Wapping) , 406. Cockpit , Whitehall ( see Privy Council Chamber), 6, 83, 507, 545, 555, 558, 562. -,

    Index

    , count, set at liberty, 906. Cooke , John, made secondary judge in Ireland, 605. 610. Cooper informed against by Cockhill, 301, & seq. colonel, condolence to Henry Cromwell, 425. sir Anthony Ashley's letter to Fleetwood, about seizing the Tower,

    Index of names

    Denyson, 204. Cocke , 198. Cockell , 235. Cockerell , 224, 285. Cockeson , 162, 265, 267. Cocket , 60. Cockhill , 358. Cockhyll , 338. Cockrell , 234. Cocks , 323. Cockson , 335, 343, 383. Coghill , 13.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Preston 25, Blundell 6, Bradley 14 Sawyer 6 Edmonds 0, Thompson 6, Cox 7, lHodgkiss 1, bllackbourn 0, Stainton 0, Cockhill 0, extras 13; total 78. Smailarms: Law 22, Payton 2, M~.oore 0, Sort 3, Pengelly 2, Konight 0, Edge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in 1847, 94. Tile total number that entered during the eighteen years Wvas A fearful tragedy has been enacted at Cockhill, near Doncaster. On Saturday night last a man named SAVAGE, employed as a servant on the farm of Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were drowned. SsiCoIcG;I TRAGEDY NEAR DONCASTER.-On Satur- day ~iight, at half-past seven o'clock, an attempt at murder was made at Cockhill, near Doncaster, at the farm Vre- mises of Mr. Barkcer. WilliaraSinith Savagi, aged 2b, a servant in Mr. Barkec's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    afternoon at the Green Mqan Ian, Sai Street, h-lfore Ds-. eiat Davies, the Lorough Coroner touching the death of Josatlan Cockhill (), a labourer, who resided at :-;,Weautan Street. About three o'clock osl the 31s0ornil- of the 2nd( inst., a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James Wood. 17, Ladywell Walk. Wi'llar Hammond. 11 Bromogrove Street. lsaac Frank, I, Suffolk Street. . Moor, Cross Street. Jonatbam Cockhill, 62 Suffolk Street. Edward Jonee, 17 Bread Street. I. J. BaylLs, 6. Brerd Street Ann Olark 3, Bread Street, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 February 1777, 25 February 1777

    Bridge, " and to the Trowbridge Road on AJhion Common ; " and alfo the Road from Bradford Bridge to Cockhill " Gate, all in the County of Wilts ; and for making " effectual Provifion for maintaining a Bridge Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. I - 19 Geo. III, Vols. XX - XXXV

    747 a. COCKHAM HILL in Parifh of Wefterham, in Kent ;-Road from Eaton Bridge Turnpike Road at;—Bill 10 Geo. 3. wide Eaton Bridge. COCKHILL GATE in Wiltfhire ;-Road Bills, 35 Geo. 2. and 17 Geo. 3. wide Combe Bridge. 4, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    ride Woodland. COCKHAM HILL, Westerham, Kent : Road Bills, 32 & 53 Geo. 3. from Eaton Bridge, ride Eaton Bridge. COCKHILL GATE, Wiltshire : Road Bills, 38 & 59 Geo. 3. ride Combe Bridge. COCKING END, near Addingham, Yorkshire : Subscribers-only content

    26 February 1767, 26 February 1767

    7 Geo. III. 26° Februarii. 7 and an Engine for raifmg of Water, the better to Supply the Inhabitants of the aforefaid Towns, and ulfo Belh- until the Bill for dividing and inclofmg the feveral Open Arable Fields, Meadow Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1775, 14 February 1775

    faid Petition : And that Mr. Penruddocke and Mr. Goddard do prepare, and bring in, the fame. North End of Cockhill, and alfo of Foxes Lane, in the Parifh of Saint Paul, Shadzvcll, in the County of Mid- dlefex, as Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    EDWARD FLINN, Theft, 14/01/1784

    one pair of everlasting breeches, value 5 s. the property of James Brown . JAMES BROWN sworn. I live at Cockhill , I am a slopseller , I was in the room adjoining, and my nephew called me, I immediately

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