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  • * British History Online *

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    Minute Book, September 1703, 01 September 1703-30 September 1703

    1703 Sept. 8. Treasury Chambers, Cockpit. [attendance not stated ] . The Governor and Company of the Bank of England having this day resolved to lend 84399 l . 5 s . 0 d . into the Exchequer to complete

    Minute Book, June 1698, 01 June 1698-30 June 1698

    p. 188). June 23, forenoon, Cockpit, Treasury Chambers. Present: Sir Stephen Fox, Sir Thomas Littleton. The Trustees for Exchequer Bills [attend ] . Their memorial is read. ( Ibid , p. 189). June 24, Cockpit, Treasury Chambers. Present: Mr. Chancellor

    Minute Book, July 1698, 01 July 1698-28 July 1698

    Friday morning at the Cockpit. [Write ] to Mr. Hall to be at the Cockpit tomorrow morning. [likewise to ] Sir William Scawen [to be there ] then. ( Ibid , p. 197.) July 7, forenoon Cockpit, Treasury Chambers. Present

    Minute Book, October 1698, 04 October 1698-31 October 1698

    October 1698 Oct. 4, forenoon. Cockpit, Treasury Chambers. Present: Sir Stephen Fox, Mr. Smith, Sir Thomas Littleton, Mr. Pelham. [Write ] to Sir Charles Hedges to be here on Thursday morning about the sloop seized at Hamburg. The examinations concerning

    Minute Book, March 1698, 01 March 1698-30 March 1698

    Treasury Chambers at the Cockpit. Present : Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir Stephen Fox, Sir Thomas Littleton. [no entry of any minute ] . ( Ibid ., p. 126.) March 9, forenoon Treasury Chambers, Cockpit. Present : Sir Stephen

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 6 [Crowders Well.] Cripplegate Ward. [Present State.]

    of which are Gardens, which occasions the Place to be the better inhabited. Three Pigeons Court, square, and pretty good. Cockpit Court, but ordinary, and leads into Horn Alley; but this is in Aldersgate street Ward . Lauderdale Court ,

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Sports and Exercises. The Quinten.

    built the said Year, near White Fryars . Five Inns or common Osteries were turned to Play Houses ; one Cockpit : St. Paul's Singing School: the Globe on the Bankside : the Fortune near Golding-Lane : One in Black-Fryars

    Book 3, Chapter 12 [Present State Faringdon Ward without. of this Ward.]

    Robin Hood Court , pretty broad and large, but mean Houses and Inhabitants; hath a passage up Steps intoGoldsmiths Rents. Cockpit Court, pretty handsome, with Brick Building at the upper end, and hath a Freestone Pavement. Brown's Court, but small

    Book 4, Chapter 4

    are several Courts on the West side, which give Passage into Drury Lane , viz. Colsons Court, Holford Alley , Cockpit Alley; Golden Ball Court; Weld Passage, and Princes Court, all small, with narrow Passages, and not over well Inhabited;

    Book 6, Chapter 5 St. Martin's in the Fields. Palace at St. James's.

    adjoining to which is a large Apartment, generally taken up by some Great Court Officer. And behind that, where the Cockpit was, are large buildings, formerly the Lodgings of her Royal Highness the Princess Anne of Denmark , Daughter to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DOCMINIQUE, Charles (?1686-1745), of Chipstead, Surr.

    vote was with the Administration on the election of a chairman of the elections committee in December 1741. In the Cockpit list of October 1742 he was put down as to be approached through Speaker Onslow. On his death, 16

    MYDDELTON, Richard (1726-95), of Chirk Castle, Denb.

    over to Bute through Sir John Wynn, who on 26 Oct. 1762 urged him to attend the meeting at the Cockpit, and trust Fox; next, on 19 Nov., Fox himself asked him to attend that meeting.[footnote] But his name does

    BROUGHTON DELVES, Sir Bryan, 4th Bt. (1718-44), of Broughton, Staffs.

    on his father-in-law’s interest, his only recorded vote was for the Government on the chairman of the elections committee in December 1741. In the Cockpit list of 1742 he was allocated to H. A. Herbert. He died 11 Aug. 1744.

    CARTER, William (c.1681-1744), of Redbourne, Lincs.

    for settling his Lincolnshire property. Returned in 1741 for Hull, not far from Redbourne, he was classed as ‘Prince’ in the Cockpit list of October 1742, voting with the Government in all recorded divisions till his death, 2 Apr. 1744.

    COPE, Monoux (c.1696-1763), of Bramshill, Hants.

    Parliament he sat for Newport on the government interest. He voted with the Government, was classed as ‘Pelham’ in the Cockpit list of 1742, and as an Old Whig in the list of 1746. He died 29 June 1763, aged

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The eighteenth century Social life

    universally pursued throughout the century, is little recorded apart from the frequent advertisement of mains in the Courant . The Cockpit lay in Bootham at its junction with the modern street, St. Mary 's; adjacent to it, in Drake's time,

    Early modern Chester 1550-1762 The civil war and interregnum, 1642-60 Civil war defences and siege works

    Northgate in a north-westerly direction, then eastwards across Upper Northgate Street and Flooker's brook to Flookersbrook Hall, then south to Cockpit hill, east to Boughton , and thence to the Dee. 10 During early 1643, although trade was dislocated, there

    Middle division Sproatley Sproatley c. 1760

    Hull and Preston roads of two houses, later called Scott's House and Sproatley Rise , and a terrace of cottages, Cockpit Row. Thomas Simpson built the six cottages, probably soon after 1814, when he sold the adjacent site to Joseph

    Townships Broughton

    Ravald in 1530 agreed with his brother Robert concerning a burgage in Manchester and a piece of land called the Cockpit at the south end of Irk Bridge; ibid. In 1548, before the sale of Kersal Manor , William Ravald

    Woodstock Development of the town Woodstock

    stable block of Woodstock House . Part of Butt close in the mid 17th century was Cockpit yard ; in 1715 a large enclosed cockpit was built at the west end of the eastern section of Rectory Lane. In 1713

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a considerable sum of money, for which Mr. MoonE is of course legally responsible. The cause was decided in the Cockpit, before the Lords of Appeal, on Tuesday last, and an attichment decreed against Mr. MOORE'S person.'- 'rile first i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    most inteiesting repre. sentation of the death of one of our greatest naval heroes, preeisely as it occuirred in the Cockpit of the ship Victory. To do this with the utmost possihble precision, Mr. DEVIS went on board the Victory-immediately Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ENEN E!hn;d I=-1PORTED.-Fine .- FiCO RENC"E OIL, just lalded, ll1d. per Flask. Old PORT,aad SEX RY - - is. il*d. per Bottle. OldPOT g is.UlGNlltr ' 1d dittce, o.~ ,CAPE MADEIRA - i.2tL dto Sparkling and Creamng CHAMPAGNE .. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Part I.-The Captain'0s Story:-Leaving Homne-Going aner Boarl-We Ita Sea-Sunday at Sea-Advice to Midshipmen- Battle of Tratsfsar-tCauodia Spark-Sea Satnrnalia-Croasing the LUne- Cockpit Court Martial-tCOcklt Chrunicle-Naval Theatricals-Wreck-Boarding a Galliot-Pasiaug LiOitS0T" -The Duel-The Captain's Return to England-Lovee at the pdluirlcty CaptainAltroad-Matrimony. Partil.-TheMaster's Story:- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Just published, by SAUNoiDERS and BERN4NNO, 43 Fleet street, THE LIFE of a L A W Y E R. WRITTEN by HIMSELF. Price 10s. Gd. boards. Just published, price Is. fad. No. II (to be continued morthly) DBTBL1OGItAPlICAL & Subscribers-only content


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