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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Manors

    in Luddington and Dodwell . 227 The family of Peyto are first mentioned here in 1255 , when Richard de Peyto granted to Godfrey de Drayton 21/2 virgates and 4 s . rent in Drayton and Dodwell . 228 During

    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Commons, inclosures and mills

    between Lord Beauchamp and Lord Willoughby de Broke. Luddington and Dodwell appear to have been wholly inclosed at some time before 1704. 41 Since then the ancient hamlet of Dodwell , which consisted of some half-dozen houses a little to

    Parishes Souldern SOULDERN

    living, two having bakeries, one a grocery, and one a smith's shop. While some of the 17th-century yeoman families (e.g. Dodwell , Bower , Bignell, King) had disappeared, two prominent families of that period continued as landowners. One was the

    Gloucester Aldermen, 1483-1835

    124v. P.R.O., PROB 11/ 1033 (P.C.C. 301 Collier), ff. 46-49v. G.B.R., B 3/10, f. 248v.; P.R.O., 11/ 1239 (P.C.C. 570 Dodwell ), ff. 72v.-73v. G.D.R. wills 1786/119. G.B.R., B 3/10, f. 223. G.D.R. wills 1779/181. Glouc. Jnl . 21 Dec.

    Gloucester , 1720-1835 Topography

    13. Glos. R.O., GMS 107. e.g. Treasury of Designs ( 1739 ), plate 40. P.R.O., PROB 11/ 1239 (P.C.C. 570 Dodwell ), ff. 72v.-73v.; G.B.R., J 4/12, no. 37. Modern Builders Assistant ( 1747 ), plate 70. e.g. Delineations of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    every dress he had, to enable Bradford to judge whether he was the man who bought the links. Bradford and Dodwell, his servant, thought that it was the prisoner who purchased the links, and it was proved that be bad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a jury assembled at the Red House, College street, Chelsea, to inquire into the circumstances attending the death of Mr-Willians Dodwell, coal merchant, Whitehead's grove, aged 35, who was discovered lying in his front par- Jour, partly undressed, about half-past Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the idle questions that were raised by the Antinomians amiong the Nonconformists, on one hand, and such Episco- palians as Dodwell, on the other;-and sometimes, in the silence of his study, yearning after reality and usefulness, he longed for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Northunmberland place, Comasercial road, cheese- monger. Friday, oarcr 5. WAR OFFICE, Moarch 0. Ist Regiment of Life Guards-Cornet E. l. Dodwell, froee I17th Light Dragoons, to be Cornet and Sub-Lieut. vice Graham, iho e:x- changes. Oth Dragoen Guards-Veterinary Surgeon G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Regiment of Life Guards-Lieut. W. B. Burne, from half-pay 15th Light Dra- goons, to be Cornet and Sub Lient. vice Dodwell, deceased; St G. Caulfield, Gent. to be Cornet and Sub-Lieut. by purchase, vice Burne, who retires. 3rd Dragoon Guards-Lieut. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 March 1742, 23 March 1743

    for Sale of a Tenement adjoining to Northumberland Houfe, in The Strand, Part of the Eftate of Sir William " Dodwell Knight, deceafed ; and for laying out the " Money arifing thereby in the Purchafe of Lands, to " Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1743, 25 March 1743

    Sale of a Tenement adjoining to Northumberland " Houfe, in The Strand, Part of the Eftate of Sir William 11 Dodwell Knight, deceafed; and for laying out the " Money arifing thereby in the Purchafe of Lands, to " be Subscribers-only content

    19 April 1743, 19 April 1743

    Sale of a " Tenement, adjoining to Northumberland Houfe in The " Strand, Part of the Eftate of Sir William Dodwell " Knight, deceafed; and for laying out the Money " arifing thereby in the Purchafe of Lands to be Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1757, 18 February 1757

    Wife, only Daughter and Heir of femd to Sir William Dodwell late of Sevenhampton in the County J PRAYERS» of Gloucefter Knight, deceafed, for themfelves and on the Behalf of Dodwell Tracy, their only Child, an Infant; praying Leave to Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1758, 21 February 1758

    Mary Tracy his Wife, only Daughter and Heir of Sir William Dodwell late of Sevenhampton in the County of Gloucefier Knight, deceafed, for themfelves and on the Behalf of Dodwell Tracy their only Child, an Infant; praying Leave to bring Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Gladstone and Manning: the root of the controversy ..., 1875

    p, 9). Cluveru Introd. Georg., lu., c. 6. | Adversus Judseos, c. 7. | Demonstr. Evang., liii, c. 5, p. 112. § De Script. Eccles . and Annos, c. 5. | ] Dodwell de Pontificum Bomanorum successions, p. 113^153,- ' Subscribers-only content

    The Athenian year, 1866

    of this month . After the clear and unequivocal testimony, which I have produced, it may seem almost incredible: but, Dodwell , in his Annals of Thucydides, p. 61, says, "The beginning of the 1st year of the Peloponnesian war, Subscribers-only content

    The Athenian year, 1866

    and immediately in the coming summer there was a partial eclipse of the sun at the new moon." Upon this Dodwell , Annates, p. 76, says, "Thucydides indi¬ cates the Attic Metonic month, of which this was the new moon. Subscribers-only content

    The Athenian year, 1866

    of Elaphebolion the 2nd spring month, and consequently this could not have been the eclipse to which Thucydides referred, if Dodwell be right in saying that Thucydides indicates the Attic Metonic month, which was wont to be called the first Subscribers-only content

    The Athenian year, 1866

    in his edition of Thucydides, ii. p 25. But Dodwell says that Diodorus is wrong in placing the entrance of the Thebans into Plataea, in the archonship of Euthydemus. In this Dodwell evi¬ dently assumes that Diodorus regarded the entrance Subscribers-only content

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