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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Boxford with Westbrook

    1872 to his son the Rev. George Francis Wells . In 1892 he exchanged livings with the Rev. Charles Nattali Edgington , who purchased the advowson of Boxford the following year, and is the present patron. 67 The pension formerly

    Index A - K

    132 Miss, 137 Eckett , Rob., 136 Edgar , King, 8, 13 Edge : Jas., 263 Ric., 263 Thos., 263 Edgington , Miss, 157 Edmonton (Mdx.), 240, 245 Co-op. Soc., 80 sch. bd., 312 Edmund , earl of Lancaster (d.


    (fl. 1457 ) see Brome Wm. (d. 1753 ) and his w. Sarah, Mrs., fam., Bruce : Anne, m. - Edgington , Rob., Brunel , I. K., Bruton , E. G., Bryan : Frank, John, Maud , Ric., Wm., fam.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London bridge Coffee-house; Mr Goodchild, window and cut-glass manufacturer; Saunders and Company, cheesefactors ; Mr Burford, house-painter; and Mr Benjamin Edgington, the extensive marquee manufactory. From the com- mencenment until half-past six o'clock the fire 'burnt furiously; and had it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COLOSS EUM, Regent's Park.-A dmission la.-The extraordinary Panoramr of " LONDON BY N IGET" is now exhibited Day and Evening. he Gptothem Conservatorieb Swiso Cottege, R ^. Ac. The Panorama, beiALxsi bited by ertiacial light, is soon to equal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a seoa-chest or a tent with- out a material increase of the hulk, To be had at DeCne'L Monument yard; Edgington', 79 Biusdopy, ate Street, MTE ONry'O, I0N FeAchurh street; E dmitonas, 69 Strand; moot tess- makers and e,,tfittcro: and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TOPSY'S SON;GI-Written by JEFFERYS, T muste by Gtovyss, is beyond a doubt the most successful composll30n~~~~~~~~ ytpbihdiconton ih'Uncle Toim's Cabin.' Eliza Song.' Sleep, my Child,' andthe Duet, 'The Sea of Gloss,' are also immense favourites. Fully's Topsy Polka, ad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TNFANTS' NEW FEEDING BOTTLES.- L From the Lancet --" We have seldom seen anything so bean- tifula the nursing bottles introduced by Mlr Elam, of Oxford treet"' They are adapted to milk, biscuits, and all kinds of food, are Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Letters from Mr Corker, 2 of 5

    shift not to pay it, onles I make use of it to send it you; noe treaties with those of Edgington. Be confident of it, I writt Mr. Gerrett 2 posts agoe, and to Mr. Ingland. They are heere uppon

    General Index, E, 01 January 1698-31 December 1698

    barony of, erection of, with market and fairs, kirk of, patronage, teinds and right of forestry of, Kirktown of, lands Edgington , John Edgworth , [Ambrose ] , captain, late of Erle's regiment Henry, captain in the Coldstream Guards Edinburgh Subscribers-only content

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