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  • * British History Online *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St Dunstan Stepney, The Hamlet of Spittlefields, Alley

    Stepney, The Hamlet of Spittlefields, Alley Middlesex, St Dunstan Stepney, The Hamlet of Spittlefields, Alley 1 record Name Property Stock Tax assessment £ Rental value £ Tax assessment £ Stock value £ Crichton , - (Widow) 0.80 4.00 0.00 0.00

    Parochial Records, Introduction

    Some sixty years ago the two windows of this part of the church were enriched with stained glass of the Crichton Stuart armorial bearings, which still remains there. Lord Bute paid five guineas a year to the Corporation for these

    Corporation Miscellanea, Book of the Town Court of Record, 1774-1814

    the County of Glamorgan Gen t having produced an appointment under the hand and Seal of The Most Honourable John Crichton Stuart Marquess of Bute Earl of Dumfries Lord of the said Borough of Cardiff in the County of Glamorgan,

    Council Minutes, Further narrative, 1835-80

    in a Constableship, or in a Mayor as representing the Lord, but in the genuine interest constantly taken by the Crichton Stuarts in the progress and welfare of a place so long and so intimately associated with the fortunes of

    Index, B

    1057 (1, 2), 1661 (1). Briges , Thomas, keeper of Corneby Park, 323 (3). Brimston , the Laird of, see Crichton, Alexander. Brinkburn (Northumberland) , 393 (3). Brissac , Charles de Coss , Marshal of, 758 (2), 952 (12). Bristol

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Haitinigdo, general sholpkeper. - At- torney, Mr. Clav, Stamford. Ji Gallimore, juon, Mirslem, Stafiord,- coal-master, -AtorfntW Mr. Ward; Rurslein. 3. Crichton WVood, Liverpool, merchant, Attorney, Mr. 11^- rison, Austin-Friars. J. Ilulb~ert, Bristol, merchant. Attorney, Mr,.Prankis, priotc. W. Oaklev, Bath, coach-rnaster. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    To these I might add a long list of indivi- duals, distinguished by extraordinary talent; but suffice it to mention Crichton, Watt, Leyden, and Murray. Your Correspondent states, "th at in music the Scotch have done absolutely nothing, the most Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boded catasfropbe." "< A new historical romance is announced by this popular writer, founded upon the advrentures of; The Admirable Crichton.' No subject more daring, at the samet time maore briisuat, can well be conceived than the one selected by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord Melbourne, gay, agreeable, and popular in all circles, wished to laugh off the seriousness of the interview with the Crichton of the day; but Crich- ton did not come to laugh-he came about his pension-and when the Premier, which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    we confess we 'have no doubts that are strong enough to stand before he1r Ainsworth's en- thusiasm. Let Crichton be indeed hereafter Crichton the Admira-. ble. The drop curtain of the stage on which he was th-e actor, is; here Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kirtling Charities for the poor

    a year set up in 1538 when the bishop of Rochester leased the rectory to Edward North . 2 John Crichton -Stuart, marquess of Bute, built a row of six single-storeyed red-brick almshouses north of Kirtling Tower in 1842 in

    Ashley cum Silverley Churches

    1827 , the patronage was twice exercised (in 1831 and 1835) by his elder daughter Maria and her husband John Crichton -Stuart, marquess of Bute, evidently under some arrangement between Maria and her sister Susan. 51 W. H. J. North

    Kirtling Manors and estate Kirtling Hall from the southeast

    Kirtling and Wroxton then went to the eldest daughter of the 9th Lord North , Maria, and her husband John Crichton -Stuart, marquess of Bute. When she died in 1841 they passed to her half-sister Susan and her husband J.

    Index

    , 188-90 fam., 188, 192 Butchers , 23, 61-64, 66-67, 118, 166, 178, 182, 220 Bute , Marquess of, see Crichton -Stuart Butler : Adam, 138 (later Butler-Danvers ), Augustus Ric ., 208 Eliz., Ctss. of Arran, 125 Geo., 193

    Late georgian and victorian Chester 1762-1914 The economy, 1871-1914 : the limits of reorientation

    over by J. Crichton & Co. Ltd. to become a shipyard building small coasting vessels. 6 By 1914 Saltney had thus lost its oil refineries but benefited from the continuing growth of its other firms and from Crichton 's modest

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 January 1740, 29 January 1741

    faid Bill be printed. Ordered, That the Hearing of the Caufe wherein^j^ Alexander Fitcairne Gentleman is Appellant, and Patrick cri?luen. Crichton Refpondent, be put off to this Day Seven- night. I^ Col gjvi Mr atte ag: Ordered, That a Curtain Subscribers-only content

    6 February 1740, 6 February 1741

    fhall marry, and Then the Queftion was put, &quot; Whether the faid &quot; the lffue of fach Marriage-&quot; Pitcairn againft Crichton. m- Adjourn. Q p, Debate fliall be adjourned to Tuefday next?&quot; It was Refolved in the Affirmative. After hearing Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1740, 9 February 1741

    Houfe accor¬ dingly.&quot; (C IE Martis, io° Februarii. Domini tarn Spirituales quam Temporales ptefentes fuerunt: Fredericus Princeps Wallia. Pitcairn againft Crichton, Judgement. After hearing Counfel, as well on Friday laft as this Day, upon the amended Petition and Appeal of Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1750, 28 March 1750

    Time. Ordered, That the Keeper of The Poultry Compter do bring, or Caufe to be brought, to this Houfe David Crichton, now in his Cuftody, To-morrow, in order to his being a Witnefs before the Committee of the whole Houfe, Subscribers-only content

    18 June 1751, 18 June 1751

    of certain Creditors of the Royal African Com- &quot; pany therein mentioned ; and for the Relief of David &quot; Crichton; and for reftraiaing the faid Company from &quot; diipofmg of fuch of their Effe&s as arc therein men- &quot; Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Temperament in relation to disease., 1887

    ' s book. A vast extension of nervousness in England is acknowledged by no less an authority than Sir J. Crichton Browne, and although this extension is now scarcely disputed, we are a little reassured in our minds when, on Subscribers-only content

    On certain social aspects of insanity., 1884

    months has increased to a shriek, that another baneful in¬ fluence is rapidly sapping the foundations of public health. Dr Crichton Browne, in a report to the Education Department upon the alleged over-pressure of work in Public Elementary Schools, informs Subscribers-only content

    On certain social aspects of insanity., 1884

    in the Journal of the Statistical Society ( June 1883 ) by Mr Noel Hum ¬ phreys, we find Dr Crichton Browne ' s figures blown to the winds. Sir Lyon Playfair stated then, as the result of his statistical Subscribers-only content

    On certain social aspects of insanity., 1884

    much of the foreboding which used to be reserved for the Day of Judgment. " As regards London , Dr Crichton Browne has made the unfor¬ tunate mistake of proving too much, and as regards Scotland , from lack of Subscribers-only content

    On certain social aspects of insanity., 1884

    a palpable blot on our educational systems, to the wiping out of which it would have been well if Dr Crichton Browne had directed his attention instead of stimulating by extreme statements the general popular dislike of education which exists Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Crichton Castle from N W, 1782

    Crichton Castle from N W [castle/fort] Two figures seen from behind walking among trees along path leading to castle on top of bare hill; second state. c.1770/82Etching and drypoint, printed in sepia

    Crichton Castle from N W, 1782

    Crichton Castle from N W [castle/fort] Two figures seen from behind walking among trees along path leading to castle on top of bare hill; second state. c.1770/82Etching and drypoint

    Crichton Castle from N W, 1782

    Crichton Castle from N W [castle/fort] Two figures seen from behind walking among trees along path leading to castle on top of bare hill; first state. c.1770/82Etching

    Crichton Castle from N E, 1782

    Crichton Castle from N E [castle/fort] Two men carrying staffs walking along road followed by dog, with trees in the foreground on l; castle and low hills in the background; second state, with sky reworked. 1773Etching and drypoint

    Crichton Castle from N E, 1782

    Crichton Castle from N E [castle/fort] Two men carrying staffs walking along road followed by dog, with trees in the foreground on l; castle and low hills in the background; second state, with sky reworked. 1773Etching and drypoint

 

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