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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Early modern Chester 1550-1762 City government and politics, 1662-1762

    of the Pentice Roger Comberbach (d. 1720), was followed by his son-in-law Thomas Mather , 21 but when Mather died in 1745 William Falconer was chosen on the recommendation of Sir Robert Grosvenor . 22 Comberbach arranged in 1712 for

    Mayors and sheriffs of Chester

    (IV) 1706-7 Puleston Partington Thomas Davis , Francis Sayer 1707-8 Humphrey Page Thomas Williams, Joseph Hodgson 1708-9 James Mainwaring James Comberbach , Alexander Denton 1709-10 William Allen Henry Bennett, Randal Bingley 1710-11 Thomas Partington Hugh Colley , Edward Burroughs 1711-12

    House of Augustinian canons The abbey of Norton The Abbey of St. Mary , Norton

    Newton by Daresbury , Keckwick , 63 Stockham , Runcorn , Northwich , Lach Dennis , Nether Peover, Budworth, Shurlach, Comberbach , Barnton , Landican , Frodsham , Chester , Rostherne , Millington , Haslington , Warrington ( Lancs .),

    Topography 900- 1914 Early modern and georgian, 1550-1840 Forest house

    Dee House, a brick building of three storeys and five bays dating from c . 1700 and belonging to the Comberbach family. 7 Near by in Vicars Lane was the vicarage house of St. John 's (later the Grosvenor Club

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    ) Cole , Whittle & Co. Collinson , Gilbert & Co. William Columbine , Francis Colwyn (Denb.) Colwyn Bay (Denb.) Comberbach , Roger Roger the younger family Commercial Hall Commercial News Room Commodus , Emperor Common Hall Commonhall Lane (John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hayward, New Sarum, tailor. [King and WhitakerGray's inn sqll'- J. Dring, jun. Leicester, grocer. CToilier, Gray's ion esqare. W. Darlington, Comberbach, dealer. [Adlineton and Co. Bed'ord row W.O.&J.DickinsonNewcastle-upon-Tyne, merchants.[BurnGraysil" H. Bird, Brighton, linen-draper. [Perkins and Co. Gray's inn. W. and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sen. St Peter's, Northumberland, merchant-May 1i, G. Boyce, Tiverton, Devonshire, bookseller.-May 19, J. Russom, Carnarvon, coal merchant-Alay 12, W. Darlington, Comberbach, Cheshire, dealer. Friday, April 25. INSOLvsNTs.-G. and E. Ward, Chancery lane, carpenters. J. Noble, Newcastle upon-Tyne, merchant. J. Penrice Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. G. F. Barlo aged82-Ofl tbe'25t inst., in the 84th year ofher age, Mrs Day, of MndshigateHichmuoudI-SttreYO0si the 25th inst., at Congleton, ire Alice Comberbach, aged 82-On the 26th s, i Great Russell street, Mr Toms, in his 83rd year. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lemon and white dog, is also a fine specimen of his class ; and No. 1041, belonging to M dr. Comberbach was the first prize dog at Manchester. N.119,the Earl of Lichificld's dog, took the third prize f atd Leds Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jug, Mr G. Grainger; 2nd, Mr. W. Deigiston. Clas lO.-Pointeca(dogs) exoeeding 55lbs.-Ist prize, Mr. John WorsEy; 2nd, Mr. It S. Comberbach ;. 3p!, Ar. .i .-4lomNas&&: - 4tls .IR. Wnorley, CJise 11.-Pointers (bitches) exceeding 55ibs.-Ist prize, Mr. T. Taylor; 2nd, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 June 1823, 4 June 1823

    you may have to offer against the said Bill. Dated this First Day of May 1822. " Calcutta, " B. Comberbach, 1st May 1822." " Solicitor for Robert Henry Cunliffe." " Exhibit No. 2. " Humbly sheweth and complaineth to Subscribers-only content

    4 June 1823, 4 June 1823

    twice over; once I read *' over the Original, whilst Mr. Malchus, another Clerk " in the Office of Mr. Comberbach, looked at and ex- " amined the Copy ; and afterwards he read over the " Original, and I Subscribers-only content

    4 June 1823, 4 June 1823

    Court ; and the Party Proponent doth allege and " propound as before : • Sixth, That the said Benjamin Comberbach, the Proctor " in this Suit, hath rightly and duly complained of the " Premises to you the Judge Subscribers-only content

    4 June 1823, 4 June 1823

    " Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender " of the Faith, and so forth. " Robert Henry Cutiliffe, by Benjamin Comberbach his " Attorney, complains of William Lqftus, who is an In- " habitant of the Town of Calcutta, and Subscribers-only content

    4 June 1823, 4 June 1823

    November in the Year of Our Lord- One thousand eight hundred and eighteen. " E.H. East, " F. Macnaghten, " Comberbach, Proctor. " A. Buller." " Croft, Proctor. " D. Heming, " Registrar." " This Sentence was read, signed and Subscribers-only content

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