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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    teclitpek~rotid, eoellar-mnkor. Attoriie, i e I.essrs. Stnit4m amid H~eiderson, Lerinan-str~ee, Crbi}sodman's-fi cT3h. J. C. Satmoers, Kin-istret, * arehoisJen;ian. 'Atiuorv, Ali. Emmett, Alaerieaitbury. J. ne~lly, D>over, draper. Attorney Mfair. Jeonet, Size-lane. XiCoop-r, Bristonl, bxilder, Auitrates, Mcsars.Lee and-lewas- lead- Three Crown-sq are,, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lau all the tarbulent acd factions spirits in the province; that lie had been tle as5ociate of theL Irish rebel Emmett, &e. Evidence having been heard, Serjeant CoPLty spoke for the clefenitdat, contending that there liad been no publication of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and therefore there was no .mitigti gsg discussion that among its body were mWel who were the friends of Tone, Emmett, Russell, and other traitors who had borne arms in the Irisim rebellion against the King's troops; that some of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the 10th inst. at Horesey road, in the 71lt year of her age, Elizabeth, widow ofthe late Willia m Emmett, formerly of Pentouvife. On the 10th inst. at Sydenham K in ent, aged 6S, John Parr Welsford, Esq. late Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spinner, [Milne and Parry, Temple. S Farmer, A ler tone, mercer. [Hemning, Lincoln's ion fields. T Clark, Gildersome, cloth manufacturer. [Emmett, New inn. ("Brnodhsret. Bsdlawton, corn dealer. [H-ick9, B33rlett's buildings. 'T, Ipitaker, Bowthrop hall, horse dealer. [Rushworth, Cliurch street, Qotiark. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Islington Growth: Barnsbury and King's Cross

    leases in 1811 , 13 but building began only in the 1820s . Parcels were let in 1824 to John Emmett , Dorset Goepel , Philip Langhorn , David Sage , and Richard Chapman ; 14 Cloudesley Square formed the

    Parishes Baltonsborough

    Middle Ages as Bitter Water, Dunstan 's Ditch, 7 or the Nymet, 8 and in the 17th century as the Emmett . 9 The name Dunstan 's Ditch or Dyke was also given to a headland or fore-earth, probably in

    Index A-J

    Elsmere , Sloane, rector of Chelsea , Elystan Place , Elystan (formerly College) Street, Embankment Gardens , Emden , Walter, Emmett , Wm, Empty Homes Group , English Heritage , English Stage Co. , Espinasse , François, Essex : Thos,

    Index A-J

    5; de Soissons; Dinerman, Davidson & Partners; Dixon, W. A.; Douglas , Campbell; Douglas & Wood; Drake; Ellis; Elsom; Emerson; Emmett ; Erith ; Farey; Farmer; Farrell; Faulkner; Field, Horace; Fleming, O.; Flitcroft, Hen. (d. 1769); Flock hart; Forsyth, Alan;

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    John; Dawes, John sr.; Dawson; Dennis; Donnelly; Dove Bros .; Dove, Wm. Spencer; Dunkerly; Earl; Edmondson; Ed- mundson; Edwards, Job; Emmett ; England , Louis ; Evans, Thos.; Finney; Flaxman, E. and G.; Flower, Hen.; Foot, Hen.; Foulkes; Frasi; Gardiner,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 June 1721, 16 June 1721

    Petition and Appeal of the Ho- J^ nourable Jo/Jin Sidney Efquire and Elizabeth his Wife, Vaughan. and Francis Dorfitt and Emmett his Wife, was prefented to the Houfe, and read; complaining of a Decree made in the Court of the Subscribers-only content

    12 July 1721, 12 July 1721

    for hearing the Caufe wherein the Honour- " able Joflin Sidney Efquire and Elizabeth his Wife, " Francis Dorfett and Emmett his Wife, are Appellants, " and Mary Vaughan Widow, and Walter Vaughan an " Infant, are Refpondents :" It Subscribers-only content

    18 July 1721, 18 July 1721

    is appointed, for hearing the Caufe wherein the Honourable Joflin Sidney Efquire and Elizabeth his Wife, Francis Dorfett and Emmett his Wife, are Appellants, and Mary Vaughan Widow and Walter Vaughan an Infant are Respondents: It is Ordered, That this Subscribers-only content

    21 July 1721, 21 July 1721

    appointed, for hearing the8uln^' & a!- Caufe wherein the Honourable Jofiin Sidney Efquire, T'J Elizabeth his Wife, Francis Dorfett and Emmett his Wife, are Appellants, arid Mary Vaughan Widow, and Walter Vaughan an Infant, are Respondents : It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    26 July 1721, 26 July 1721

    the Petition and Appeal \.er/us of the Honourable Jojlin Sidney Efqnire and Elizabeth Vaughans; his W^ife, and Francis Dorfett and Emmett his Wife; complaining of a Decree made in the Court of the Grand Seffions for the feveral Counties of Subscribers-only content

 

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