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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 17 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    South Sea are the same, continuing customarily 3 Years. T HE following Arms were granted by Patent to the Royal Fishery of England , and made us of by them, till the ir Incorporation with the South-Sea Company. T HE

    Appendix 1, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    of the Fishery of the said Company; to be paid into the Bank of England , on or before the 1st Day of May next: And a Committee of Nine Persons, to consider, in what Manner the Fishery may be

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs without the Walls. Morefields.

    one More or Mere , and one common Fishery in Criplesgate Ward, belonging to the Commonalty of the said City. Now the City was without the seisin of the said More and Fishery , by menas of Walter de Merton

    Book 2, Chapter 11 Bridge Ward within. St. Magnus.

    was enjoined by the said Maior and divers Aldermen, to the Fishmongers of Bridge Street , and of the old Fishery then present [viz. at a Court held on Thursday after the Feast of the Conversion of S. Paul ,

    Book 5, Chapter 16 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Merchants.]

    Virginia Merchants. The African Company. The Canary Company. The Spanish, Portugal , Italian, French, Dutch, and West-India Merchants. The Royal Fishery . W E have not yet told of all the Mysteries and Trades in London , as distinguished into

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Proposals for Establishing the British Fishery, commonly called Robin's Fishery., 1 August 1719

    For ^zM$//zg /^ British Fishery, Commonly Call'd., /?05/A7V zF/J/r7£^K * A SUBSCRIPTION was taken the 14th of Jfe»»- *ry laft., at ito^'j Co/(?<?-£foii/e?, for Raifmg 1,500,000/. to Carry on a Fifhing-Trade, and 2 J. 6 J. j£-T G?ztf. was depofited Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1703, 23 March 1704

    " was done accordingly." " He faith, "That, about Eighteen Years fince, he was " to look after the Herring Fishery •äX'Tarmouihi where* " he believes there were about Two Thoufand Sail of " Dutch Buffes and Doggers, and about Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1710, 13 March 1711

    " ing, That this Houfe will take the State of thofe " Two beneficial Trades, the Woollen Manufafture and " Fishery, which are the main Support of the faid " County of Devon, into Confideration, before the Bill, " intituled, Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1754, 25 March 1754

    Payment of the Bounty to Alexander Brown " and others, upon a Ship fitted out for the Vv hale " Fishery, and loft in the Greenland Seas; and for the " more effectual Payment of the Bounties upon Britifh- " Subscribers-only content

    27 May 1772, 27 May 1772

    a Doubt which has arifen with refpeft to the allow- " ing the Bounties upon the Bfitiß White Herring " Fishery, in the Year One thoufand feven hundred " and feventy-one." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to a Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fishery COLNE RIVER c. 1800

    FisheryFISHERY The Colne oyster fishery, 'the most valuable asset of the borough', 4 has been the source as much of bad neighbourliness and litigation as of profit to Colchester . The charter of 1189 confirmed the fishery to the

    Georgian Colchester Town government and politics

    charter day and the cost was usually debited to the fishery money. That practice may have given rise to the freemen's claim in 1813 to the profits of the fishery. 82 The new charter itself caused dispute by appointing seven

    List of maps and other text figures

    Barnes on copy of G. Gilbert , Map of Colchester , in E.C.L. Colch. E COL. 912 254 23 The Fishery and the river Colne , c . 1800 265 24 The Town Hall of 1843. From The Builder ,

    Old Woodstock Economic history

    year. 5 Thereafter the fishery was leased sometimes with the mill, sometimes separately. 6 After the duke of Marlborough bought the mill and fishery in 1720 he and his successors seem to have kept the fishery in hand. 7 Balliol

    Modern Colchester Political history

    comprising the Severalls and the Chantry lands, and selected scholars for the town grammar school. 53 It still owned the fishery but had little control over it. 54 A borough police force was set up in 1836 . Other important

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BETHELL, Slingsby (1695-1758), of Tower Hill, London.

    London for a bill to suppress hawkers and pedlars. In 1750 he was associated with Admiral Vernon and Stephen Theodore Janssen in the foundation of the British Herring Fishery Company, of which he became president.[footnote] He died 1 Nov. 1758.

    KING, Thomas (d.1688), of London.

    acted as teller. Under the Clarendon Administration his activities were almost entirely mercantile. As the ‘moving spirit’ in the Royal Fishery project, it was probably King who introduced into the House on 5 Mar. 1662 a bill to confirm the

    HERBERT, William, Lord Herbert of Cardiff (1642-74).

    the extent of officiating in a minor capacity at the coronation of Charles II and as treasurer of the Royal Fishery. Herbert was returned for Glamorgan at the general election of 1661, the last of his family to sit for

    HERVEY, John (1616-80), of Ickworth, Suff. and Westminster.

    assessment, Suff. Aug. 1660-d., Westminster 1661-d., Mdx. 1673-d., Norf. 1677-d., loyal and indigent officers, Suff. 1662, recusants 1675; member, Royal Fishery Co. 1677. Ofifces Held FRS 1664-d. Biography Hervey’s ancestors were originally seated in Bedfordshire, which they first represented in

    HEWER, William (1642-1715), of Gauden House, Clapham, Surr.

    Held Clerk, navy office July 1660-79; dep. judge-advocate of the navy 1677; member, R. Fishery Co. 1677; treas. of Tangier 1680-4; commr. of navy 1685-9; committee, E.I. Co. 1698-1709, dep. governor 1704-6, 1708-9, direction, 1709-13. Ofifces Held Asst. Clothworkers’ Co.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Indvdalt,. Meriut Cmoingthe. Rihsad Wcos fi and t ormmerci1 Law, Criminal La w, ParishLaw, Conoty ConeS Law, Game and Fishery Laws,-Poor Mono Laws-t, ethe Laws of Bankruptcy, Bets and Wagers, Bills' of Rahanse Contracts and Agreements, Copyright, Elections§and Registration, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BARRISTER. Comprising the Rightseand Wrongs of Individuals, Mercantile and Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Parish Law, County Colirt Law, Game and Fishery Laws, Poor Men's Lawsuits, the Laws of Bankruptcy, Bets 'and IWagers, Bills of Exchange, Contracts and Agreements, Copyright, Elections Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Comprising the Rights and Wrongs of Individuals, Mercantile and Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Parish Law, Connty Court Law, Game and Fishery Laws, Poor Men's Lawsuit-, the Laws of Bankruptcy, Bets and jWagersn, Bills of Exchange, Contractg and Agreement-, Copyright, Elections Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Comprising the Rights and Wrongs of Individuale, Mercantile and Commoercial Law, Criminal Law, Parish Law, County Court Law, Game and Fishery Laws, Poor clen's Lawsuits, the Laws of Bankrsptcy, Bets and lWagers, Billsof Exchange, Contracts and eent, Copyright, Elections and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Comprising the Rights and Wrongs of Individuals, Mercantile and Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Parish Law, Connty Court Law, Game and Fishery Laws, Poor Men's Lawsuite, the Laws of Bankruptcy, Bets and lWagers, Bills of Exchange, Contract6 and Agreements, Copyright, Elections Subscribers-only content

 

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