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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Classes of documents in the Public Record Office used

    Office E 331 Bishops' Certificates of Institution Exchequer, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer and Pipe Offices E 368 Memoranda Rolls Registry of Friendly Societies FS 2 Indexes to Rules and Amendments, Series I Home Office HO 107 Census Papers, 1841 and 1851

    List of classes of public records used

    Education ED 2 Parish Files ED 7 Public Elementary Schools, Preliminary Statements ED 21 Public Elementary School Files Registry of Friendly Societies FS 4 Rules and Amendments, Indexes, Series II Home Office HO 52 Correspondence and Papers, Municipal and Provincial,

    List of classes of public records used

    Miscellaneous Rolls E 372 Pipe Rolls Ministry of Education ED 2 Parish Files ED 7 Public Elementary Schools, Preliminary Statements Friendly Societies Rules and Amendments FS 1 Series I FS 3 Series II FS 4 Indexes, Series II Home Office

    List of classes of documents in the Public Record Office used

    taken from various classes Ministry of Education ED 2 Parish Files ED 7 Public Elementary Schools, Preliminary Statements Registry of Friendly Societies FS 4 Rules and Amendments, Indexes, Series II Home Office HO 107 Census Returns, 1841 HO 129 Ecclesiastical

    Classes of documents in the Public Record Office used

    F 14 Manorial Documents F 16 Dean Forest , Deputy Surveyor's Office F 17 Maps, Plans, and Drawings Registry of Friendly Societies FS 2 Indexes to Rules and Amendments, Series I Home Office HO 107 Census Returns 1841 and 1851

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 May 1737, 3 May 1737

    which they defire the Con¬ currence of this Houfe. The faid Bill was read the Firft Time. ti to g Friendly in- 1 " Upon Occafion of a Riot in or near a Town where " a Regiment is quartered Subscribers-only content

    2 February 1770, 2 February 1770

    offer, either in the prefent or in any future unfortunate Difference be¬ tween them and their Conftituents, even in the Way of Friendly Conference,,our amicable and healing- Mediation ; the Want of which may be a Means of *' letting Subscribers-only content

    3 June 1793, 3 June 1793

    with the Amendments, be engroffed. HoaVe 2* w'ee /ee?a e/? Pi//a, intituled, " An Aft for Friendly So* " the Encouragement and Relief of Friendly Societies.'' cieties Bill. Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to a Committee of the Subscribers-only content

    5 June 1793, 5 June 1793

    The Houfe (according to Order) was adjourned dur- Friendly ing Pleafure, and put into a Committee upon the Bill, «eties Bill, intituled, " An Aft for the Encouragement and Relief " of Friendly Societies." After fome Time, the Houfe was Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1793, 6 June 1793

    reading the Petition of F/zo//za.r Wy/ae, and Friendly Sop others, taking Notice of a Bill depending in this Houfe, "^es Bill, intituled, " An Aft for the Encouragement and Relief aJainft"* " of Friendly Societies;" and praying, " That they Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;h bydd yn genad a chenhadwr drosto ef gartref, neu rhyw ran arall o'i driaear ef. 20. Sypyn da o 'Friendly Visitor, Onward,' &c, oddiwrth Miss Barbarah Williams, Maendy Farm, r Llantwit Vaerdre, Pontypridd. Diolch yn fawr iddi, Ia chyfawnir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr heolydd drachefn ae yea bob un i'w le ei hnn i giniawa. "CLWB YR ANGEL " ( he Aiding Friendly oiety.)-Yn yr Angel Hotel yr ydoedd y gymdeith- as hoe yn ciniawa, ac yr oedd eleni yn 63 fiwyddyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dranoeth teg," &e. Yna ffurfiwyd yn orymdaith drefnns-y pregethwyr, y blaenoriaid, plant y Band of Hope, aekdan yr 'Aber- dovey Friendly Society,' yn ea gwisgaedd; yr elor, y perthynesau, a'r dorf yn olaf. Aethpyd ymlaen tua'r orsaf dan ganu y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rB ?t$ ePers ,nd Agentsi Lenderzand Borrower Womn snd otatepumbeer d 'edrCOais Debtor andE -Creditor Umj a , churchwirdans, Associstaotns Friendly -Sociltes, _Clbtergos Chonraordsnk Meodical Praotjtloners, ate:, BkorSapners, ContractorsStock and.Shiire Brokers, Sportsmen, Gm keet 'Frs etc. Bnidorse Dealers, Anctioneers, Honess Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ma ried Women and Infants, Partners and Agents, Lender and Borrower, Debtor and Creditor. Purchaser and Vendor, Companies and Associations, Friendly Societies, Clergymen, Churchwardens, Medical Practitioners, etc., Bankers, Farmers, Contractors, Stock and Share Brokers, Sportsmen, Gamekeepars, Farriers and Horse Dealers, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Appendix: poor laws, Appendix No. XI, 07 December 1830-22 April 1831

    by Mr. Becher, see Printed Evidence, p. 336,) are already in Print, and are deposited in 2 the Parliament Office; viz. Register of Paupers. Day Book. Weekly Pay Book. Ledger. Constitution of Friendly Societies. System of Book-keeping for Savings Banks.

    North Westmorland, County records

    registry of the names of Papists and their real estates; Copies of Awards of Commissions for inclosing Commons; Rules of Friendly Societies; Treasurer's accounts; Rolls of Orders of removal of paupers and orders in bastardy; Bonds for rebuilding and keeping

    Edward VI - Volume 9, December 1549, 01 December 1549-31 December 1549

    28. Kingston. 58. Duchess of Suffolk to Cecill. Received his letters on horseback, as she was going to Mr. Bucer's. Friendly conversation. Promises poor [Dr. ] Cornelius shall have his money. On the back of this letter is copy of Subscribers-only content

    Appendix: poor laws, 9 December 1830, 09 December 1830-09 December 1830

    fact, do you not believe that there would be hardly a Friendly Society now left in existence if One Clause did not generally appear in the Rules of those Friendly Societies, that if a Man proposes to dissolve the Society,

    Appendix: poor laws, 14 March 1831, 14 March 1831-14 March 1831

    every Inhabitant of England; next, the Number of Poor relieved in every Hundred, and the Number of Members in every Friendly Society. Hence, I find that there are for every Agricultural Family Thirty-five cultivated Acres and Nine Tenths, being very

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LENNOX, Charles, Earl of March (1701-50), of Goodwood, Suss.

    LENNOX, Charles, Earl of March (1701-50), of Goodwood, Suss. Constituency Dates Chichester 1722 27 May 1723 Ofifces Held Guidon 1 tp. Life Gds. 1721; capt. 1 Horse Gds. 1722; a.-d.-c. to the King 1724-32; col. 1724; brig.-gen. 1739; maj.-gen.

    RAYMOND, Sir Jonathan (c.1637-1711), of Houndsditch, London and Barton Court, Kintbury, Berks.

    Co., Brewers’ Co. by 1661, master 1679–80; sheriff, London 1679–80, alderman 1681–96. Ofifces Held Pres. St. Bartholomew’s Hosp. 1687–8; trustee, Friendly Soc. (fire insurance) by 1692–aft. 1704. Biography Raymond’s origins remain obscure. At his marriage he declared Stepney as his

    GREENHAM, Sir Hugh (d.1408), of Ketton, Rutland and Maid's Moreton, Bucks.

    but save for the fact that both men had connexions with Rutland nothing more is known about their mutual affairs.[footnote] Friendly relations were maintained with his neighbours, the Greens of Exton, and their kinsman, John Culpepper*, for whom he witnessed

    ISAACSON, James (1660-1724), of Lambeth, Surr.

    King’s warehouse keeper of the customs, port of London c.1696–?bef. 1702; commr. of customs [S] 1707–9. Ofifces Held Gov. Friendly Soc. for Widows 1696. Ofifces Held Asst. Banbury 1699. Biography Isaacson was born into a prosperous merchant family which had

    HALE, William (c.1632-88), of King's Walden, Herts.

    of his is the earliest remaining in the archives of Hoare’s Bank. He also became the principal partner in the Friendly Society, a mutual fire insurance fund, which competed with the Fire Office, founded by Nicholas Barbon†. James II sought

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/002/043/001

    the current price of Stock Annuities) consist in the affording to the least opulent and most-numerous classes of individuals ( Friendly Societies included) in a word to the great bulk of the community, the means of placing out small hoards

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. St. Botolph's Parish.

    appointed to be given 10l. to the Poor. She gave 10s. yearly for a Sermon on Midsummmer Day. For a Friendly Meeting among the Neighbours, 40s. In Bread Weekly to the Poor for ever, 2s. Also four Load of Charcoals

 

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