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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Leicester Parliamentary history, 1660-1835

    Geary to Huntingdon , 10 Sept. 1684 . Geary to Huntingdon , 23 Sept. 1684 ; Andrew Freeman , Mayor of Leic. to Huntingdon , 13 Sept. 1684 . Geary to Huntingdon , 16 Sept. 1684 . Huntingdon to

    Parishes Hawridge

    . In the east of the parish is Hadden 's Plantation with Geary 's Wood adjoining, the latter probably taking its name from the family of Jasper Geary , yeoman, who held tenements in Hawridge in the early part of

    The City of Coventry Parliamentary representation

    the chief civic offices in 1691 and the parliamentary seats went to the Tories Geary and George Bohun in 1695 . Both were local men: Geary the son of an alderman, Bohun from Coundon . The Tories maintained a strict

    The City of Coventry Local government and public services: Local government from 1451

    Robert Bedford , an alderman and J.P., Leonard Piddock , the town clerk's assistant, and Thomas Geary , a bailiff and sheriff, though Geary was permitted to become mayor in 1666 in place of Hobson , who was originally chosen,

    Islington Charities for the poor

    in a United Charities Scheme in 1901 , slightly modified in 1960 : the charities of Burge, Cooper , Ferris, Geary , Haines , Hobson , Hull , Loane, Marshall , May, Morton , Owen, Parke , Parsons, Wilson ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyngsws er profi ei bawl i etifeddiaeth it gwerth 1,500,000p. sydd yn ngofal y Llywodrseth er's !y 86 mlynedd. Dywed Geary. yr hawlydd, iddo ddar- t. ganfad mai efe ydoedd yr hanwlydd gwirioneddol ii with ddarllen beddargrall ye un a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very rapidly in an elongated fortl when Geary laid hold of the car, which was partly covered Withi the bat- iloon, then nearly emptied of gas. Several other people came up, and Geary, on lifting up a part of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Walter Stirling, Bart. Stirling and Hodsoll's, Strand; and Messrs. Master. man, Peters, Mildred, Masterman, and Co. Nicholas-lane, Lombard-street, ARcavTIcTs-Messrs. Bantock, Geary, and Lewer, Coarhill. SOLICIToa-George Abbott, Esq. Mark-lane. The Capital of this Company is e250,0001. in shares of 501. each, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vTREAiSURSO. ltex Stirling, Bart. Stirling and Hodsolls, Strand; and Messrs. Master- Peters, Mildred, Masterman, and Co. Nicholas-lane, Lombard-street. AsrssTECts-Meosro. Bantock, Geary, and Lewer, Cornhili. Ti0 Ca~~ SoLIeiTOS-George Abbott, Esq. Mark-lane. asoit t~iti of this Cornpany is go ooDl. in shares Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Witer Stirling, Bart., Stirling, and Hodsoll, Strand; and Messrs. Master nat, Peters, hiildred, Masterman, and Co. Nicholas-lane, Lembard-street. AoeitT'crTs-Messrs. Bantock, Geary, and Lewer, Cornhull. SoLIneroa-George Abbott, Esq. Mark-lane. Tbe Capiral of this Company is 250,oool. in Shares of 501. each, Subscribers-only content


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