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  • * Victoria County History *

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    St Albans abbey The monastic buildings

    mark for 1709; a flagon with the inscription 'Given by John Fothergill , clerk, for the use of the Abbey Church in St. Albans Anno Domini 1721' (the Fothergill arms are above the inscription) a silver paten, 1869; a copy

    List of illustrations

    Soho Works, c . 1781. " Vue des Magazines & c. & c. appartenants à la Manufacture de Boulton & Fothergill '. William Salt Library, Stafford , Staffordshire Views, vii. 23 " 106 Aston Glassworks. Advertisement from Wrightson's Dir. Birm.

    Parishes East Tytherley

    the house and the manorial rights. 46 In 1849 Mr. Bailey 's moiety was sold to Mr. afterwards Sir William Fothergill Cooke, one of the inventors of the electric telegraph; he built here a house, which he called ' Oaklands

    Economic and Social History Industry and Trade, 1500-1880

    800 and 1,000 people, conducted by Matthew Boulton and his partner John Fothergill . 54 Boulton himself was mainly responsible for technical matters, design, and management, and Fothergill for the commercial side, especially the organization of sales. The location of

    Chipping Ongar Introduction

    held outside Greylands: see photographs, E.R.O., Prints, Chipping Ongar . E.R.O., T/P 96. Ibid. The Budworth Hall was built by Fothergill Watson of Nottingham : inf. from Mr. D. W. Hutchings . Essex Almanack , 1906, 225. The deed of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ond yr oedd Meistri Vivian, Syr .John Ramsden, Henry Rich- ard, E. M. Richards, Richard Davies, Jones-Parry, Watkin Williams, Sartoris, Fothergill, yngbyd a Meistri Miall ac Illingwortb, ac eraill yn bresenol, ac yn cymeryd dyddordeb dwfn yn y .gweithred- iadau. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ymddangos mor ben- derfynol dros ea hawliau a'r Hlall. Ond tra mai peth bychan mewn cymhariaeth ydyw i Crawshay a Fothergill a Guest a'r haiarn-feistri cyfoethog, y rbai y mae ganddynt ddig- onedd o arian i fwvnhau eu hunain hyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cured St. Elvans, ac yn Saesneg gan y Parch. Mr. Morgans. Ar ol i'r anrhegion gael eu cyfdwyno, cyfododd Mr; Fothergill i dalu diolch. Dywedai,-Gyda'theimladau anhawdd i'w rhoddi mewn geiriau yr wyf yn dymuno diolch i ddeilisid Ysgolion SabbotholAberdair am Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Meyrick R. Ainrhyd. A. Walsh C. Syr Watkin W. Wynn C. 8yr John Stepney R. B. J. Sartoris R. il. Fothergill R. W. 0. Stanley R. E. M. Richards E. 149 7 143 83 143 83 138 88 13l 88 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Derbyniwyd trwy law ein hauwyl weinidog, y Parch. T. C. Phillips, ddeg punt oddi.vrth Argiwydd Aberdar, pum' punt oaidiwtth iR. Fothergill, A.S., a phurmi punt oddiwrth H. Richard, A.S. Yr ydys yn bwriadu clrio v ddyled sadd ar eapet o Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 November 1685, 9 November 1685

    to the faid Rob't Coker for that Purpofe. Smith & al. Upon reading the Petition of Alexand. Smith, An- thony Fothergill, and Thomas Lambert; fhewing, " That " they have an Appeal depending in this Houfe, from " a Decree Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1806, 24 April 1806

    Houfe of Lords. Then the Thirteen next Refolutions, being feverally " Fothergill Clerk, and his Succeffors, Prebendaries of i r> _ _ J T^-.^. _ i ^.J j-.-. -»1-. JX rt-»^nnn/4 on t C t-f-i/^ ill/-) T-J»-f^l->«-^i-. r\ »,—.J !j-ti Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1806, 30 April 1806

    and with the Payment of Two feveral perpetual Yearly Rent " Charges, or Annual Payments, to the Reverend James " Fothergill Clerk, and his Succeffors, Prebendaries of " the faid Prebend, and with certain other perpetual " Annual Payments; and Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1816, 14 February 1816

    Hodge Coombe Widow) Charles William Coombe an Infant, by Taylor Coombe his Guardian, Theodore Henry Broadhead, John Coakley Lettfom, Samuel Fothergill Lettfom and James Seton, were Defendants; and praying, " That the fame may be re- " verfed in fo Subscribers-only content

    Contents of the Head

    496. 167. Ellis, Dr. XXV. 680 j Thanks him, 706. 168. Felton, Dr. XXII. 211 j Thanks him, 228. 169. Fothergill, Dr. XXVIII. 242 ; Thanks him, 258. 170. Friend, Dr. XXVII. 63; Thanks him, 131. 171. Fulham, Mr. XXV. Subscribers-only content


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