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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Nuthurst Church

    a year, 75 and the predictable orthodoxy of episcopally appointed incumbents was taken further in the early 1640s by George Edgley who circulated pamphlets against parliament. 76 A minister, evidently appointed by the civil authorities, served between 1649 and the

    Parishes Wandsworth

    . In a register at Clapham is the following entry : 'Marryed i ye Parish Church of Clapham by Saml. Edgley , Clerk, Vicar of Wandsworth wh ye permission of Mr. Savill and Dr. Brady , successively Rectors of ye

    Index A-J

    (d. by 1697 ), Ric., Ld. Edgcumbe (d. 1758), Ric., Ld. Edgcumbe (d. 1761), Edgeworth , Miss E. A. F., Edgley , Geo., rector of Nuthurst , and n Edinburgh , duchess of, see Elizabeth II Edward the Confessor ,

    Index K-Z

    nonconf., pub. servs., rly., rectors, and n , and see Alcock; Andrewes, Rog. and Wm.; Barker , Jas.; Beale, Jerome; Edgley ; French, Thos.; Green , Chris.; Gulston; Millé; Newhouse ; Phipps; Pleydell; Rives; Robert; Valentine rectory, rectory ho., Rickfield,

    Index A-J

    , Jos. (of St. Neots), Thos. (of Kettering ), Ecclesiastical Commissioners , see Church Commissioners Eden , Sir Fred ., Edgley , Wm., Edith , queen of Edw. the Confessor , Edmondthorpe , Education , Board of, Edward the Confessor

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Nosemrnber 26. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Stubbs, Jones, and Eyton, Manchester, rtock manufacturers -T. W. Lane and G. Goodman, Henley-in-Awden, Warwick shire, needle mnnufacturers-T. F. Hall and Co. York, leather merchants; as far as regards T'. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Worcestershire, innkeeper-October 27, J. Robinson, Kingston-upon-Hull, scrivener-October 27, C. Robinson, late of Stone, Staffordhire, wine merchant-November 5, J. Smith, T'. Edgley, and B. Smith, Manchester, Scotch and Manchester warehousemen-November 5, J . Buckley, Manchester, cotton innauufaturer-November 7, John Buckley, Manchester, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inn. T. G. Ferguson, H. Taylor, and G. F. Hanley, Manchester, commission merchants. [Reed and Co. Friday street,Cheapside. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. Edgley, Emmerson, and Co. Glasgow, manufacturers-E. Broughton, Edihnisrit boarding-school keeper-T. H. Seton, Glasgow, tavern keeper-R. Johnston Aber. deen, shipowier-N. Blair, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be moderate. -Address, F. 49, Daily Pool. cR296 wet, MONEY__ 'fe TA W 'NED. Honor, E60. to £70,;. easy distance Edgley Eoad- or 6 Hrborne.Statiall,.-Adiire5.% 161. Daily Pose. dill~ _W~7AXuTED, _to Skrt-stf£40,.. t 5 per ceeutTon life polisey72N try, li Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BUSUrESSES TOR SALE (coned).- P)rICrANS --A rare ohnarie, to a young Man with aloot £250., 0~ ~ ~~an tllti- itutos eellont connection. stxvcsadet.v- roomns lit to cht- l.S. F,$.'e lit t'f' I t~ dt huhedlt-c~nio.with Rlaiighttt- ic ,adiiti tltvroitgh- Subscribers-only content

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