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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The University of Cambridge The University Press

    accepted the proposal, and gave Bentley a free hand in procuring new types and reorganizing the conditions of printing. Cornelius Crownfield ('a Dutchman . . . and a very ingenious man') was appointed Inspector of the Press and a body

    Romford Education and charities

    1957 . The cost of building and staffing the school was undertaken by the Ursuline Sisters of Brentwood . 78 Crownfield junior and infants schools, White Hart Lane , Collier Row , and Ingrebourne junior and infants schools, Taunton and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    25, at 17, Herbert Plaee, Dublin, the wife of J. G. Browns, Esq., of a daughter. April 24, at 6, Crownfield Place, Leytonstone Road, London, the wife of A. J. Wright, Esq., of a daughter. | MARRIAGES. April 26, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had Its origin so for back as 1246, where it was ued by a house at the east end of Crownfield, 0 from which it derived its name. It has often since then been n adopted as expressive of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PA ARNELL'S PL.TENT DEFIANCE and NATI LOCKS, WHICH CANOT BE PICKED.-1 These Locks are recomoended to the publis for their simplicity. durability, and perfect security; also Parnell's Patent NOISEI.ES9 BOX-.STA'LES .nd 8ttriking Plates, FizeCprsf Safes, Deed and Cash-boxes, iepying Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WTJTING, BOOK-JKEEPING, &c.-Persartaa ofr W anly age,, however batI their Wettiug, may. In Eight t,~Agns, acquire perisiasontly an elegant untd fowing style of Peronanahup, ' adaped either to proresvional, -siefaita or private cOrrcspondence. .1 Arithmetic on is ie thad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COTJNTKY MARKETS. (For London Reports see BiA Page.) BURY CORN MAKKET. Wednesday, Feb. 12. ______ ? »? od , Bhow $ wheat at our market to-day, ________ " loW i y at L atB rat «a- Fine barleys wew Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Surnames beginning 'C'

    Crowen Thos, bach, 71.3 Crowley Ambrose, £600; Mary, w; Mary, d; John, s; Lettice, d, 5.1-2 Crown Sar, w, 17.40 Crownfield Cornelius, 17.106 Crowson : Hen, ser, 28.6 Sam; Mary, w; Thos, s, 37.17 Crowther : Kath, ser, 71.8 Sam,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 21 August 1810

    contempt; and Wyatt having made an affidavit that Cornelius Crownfield had employed him to sell the pam¬ phlet, and he having charged Dr. Conyers Middleton with being tbe author of it, Crownfield was discharged upon payment of the costs, and Subscribers-only content

    Reports from the Select Committee on proceedings relative to Sir Francis Burdett., 1810

    aiHiUivit thutCo»wt7/«sCVoKV»//t'/</hademployed him to fell the pamphlet, and he "having charged i)r. Conycrs Middleton with being the author of it, Crownfield was difcharged upon payment of the eofts, and a Writ of Attach- hient was granted againft Dr. Conyers Middlcton, Subscribers-only content

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