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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Economic infrastructure and institutions Craft guilds

    of two guilds: Fletchers , Bowyers, and Stringers; and Coopers and Turners . Called Fletchers and Coopers c . 1500; Fletchers , Bowyers, and Coopers (or Fletchers , Bowyers, Coopers , and Stringers) earlier 16th cent.; Fletchers , Bowyers, Stringers,

    Fordham Economic history

    Bures , it came to the Green Wilkinson family by marriage in the early 19th c entury. 67 In 1834 Fletchers and Brickle House amounted together to 156 a. of 'productive' arable, meadow, and pasture land. 68 The Porter family

    Leisure and culture Plays, sports and customs before 1700

    14 when the Ironmongers' and Carpenters' guilds both sought assistance from the Fletchers and the Coopers in putting on their Corpus Christi pageant. The inquirers decided that the Fletchers were to continue to be responsible for the Flagellation, the Ironmongers

    Madeley Protestant nonconformity

    the new Madeley Wood meeting house, he found that Methodist discipline had broken down during Fletcher's absence abroad, and in 1782 he helped the Fletchers to revive the local societies and classes. 88 After her husband's death in 1785 Mary

    Parishes Rushden Priory of Lenton . Quarterly or and azure with a cross Calvary or over all fimbriated and stepped sable .

    it was sold by Thomas Fletcher to Thomas Williams , 28 but, as the purchaser lived near Dorchester , the Fletchers continued to occupy the house. 29 John Fletcher was still living there in 1838 , but about 1849 the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sever At the same time Miss Dick received what the Narrative cals a"i lots " letter from one of ,Mr. Fletcher's sisters, WhlO, as it seems fre ni to fact and the sequel, appear to take upon themselves tile astltoritpto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DOMESTIC NEWS. Commissioners Paigrave, Ellis, Drinkwater, and Jardin , m agar n ont Monday t prsue the municipal inquiry. The Skinners' Company was that appointedmnor the day's investgation, hut at the request of their clerk the in- qI was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    indifferent critique, however) of the deliberate voluntary disregard of all moral ties, and all pretences to virtue, in Beaumont and Fletcher's play. The King and Amintor are especially feeble in their contrast with each other, and Eoadne is the exact Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and a name. With equal care in the strength of the casts, and- the general style of production, Beaumont and Fletchers noble tragedy has been played; and we saw the Provoked Husband the other night cast in the same spirit, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in order first, as revived by Mr Spicer at the OLYMPIC on Monday. The Woman Rater is the earliest of Fletcher's known dramatic compositions, and, as far as the serious plot is concerned, is a very indifferent work. The heroine Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CAMPBELL, Hon. James (aft. c.1660-?1713).

    Muschet.) Meanwhile Campbell himself had relinquished his seat in Parliament at the 1710 election.[footnote]According to an unpublished pedigree of the Fletchers of Saltoun, cited by the 19th-century Scots antiquary James Maidment, Campbell died in January 1713. This would not be

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill concerning the City of London., 1 August 1721

    Cutlers is of the Dyers is of the Diftilleisi* of the Embroiderers is of the Fai tiers is of the Fletchers is of the Founders is of the Frame-Work-Knitters is of the Fruiterers is of the Girdlers is of the Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1830, 9 June 1830

    About Five Years." " Did you know the Family of the Fletchers, there?" " Yes." " Was Edward Fletcher one of that Family?" " Yes." " From knowing the Fletchers, did you become " acquainted with Thomas Buxton ?" " Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1830, 9 June 1830

    all Persons who happened to be present ?" « Yes." " Were you particularly intimate there ?" " At Mr. Fletchers Yes." «* What was your Intimacy ; were you courting one of " the Miss Fletcher's ?" " No. Subscribers-only content

    4 December 1699, 4 December 1699

    a little puzzled how to manage a Treaty of that Kind with Emot, a cunning Jacobite, a fast Friend of Fletchers, and my avowed Enemy. Whea¬ ls proposed my pardoning Kidd, I told him, It was true, the King had Subscribers-only content

    4 June 1713, 4 June 1713

    vocat' Cane-ftones Kid-(kins, dreffed Kid-fkins, in the Hair Seal Buck, dreffed - Calve-ikins Goat-flnns Sheep-fkins Lamb-fkins - ^ Hufs-ikins, for Fletchers rSitlers Thread j Whited-brown Thread a ' j Piecing Thread {^Bridges Thread Twine - Teazels - - Table-books, coarfe Subscribers-only content

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