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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Derick; Dixon; Drinkwater; Ellis, T.; Farmer and Brindley ; Fenning; Ferrey; Figgis; Fisher, Wm.; Flavel; Giles , Gough, and Trollope; Greenshields ; Gwynn; Hanson; Hare, Cecil and H. T.; Harris J.; Harrison, N. W.; Hawksmoor ; Hooper; Hudson ; Jackson

    Index A-J

    H. L.; Blackburn , Wm.; Blore , Edw.; Briggs , John; Bryan, Jos.; Butterfield, Wm.; Christian, Ewan; Fulljames and Waller; Greenshields , Thos.; Hewlett, Sam.; Hobson , Wm.; Howell , C. H.; Hugall, J. W.; Keck, Ant.; Leah, Wm.; Maberly,


    .), Eaton , apprenticing, 'Archers', the, archery, architects, see Adam; Belcher; Bruton ; Castle; Christian; Clarke, Geo. and Jos.; Drinkwater; Greenshields ; Harris , Dan.; Harrison, N. W.; Lee , H.; Rolfe; Scott, John Oldrid; Wilkinson, Geo. and Wm. archivist,


    , -, 180 - Thomas, 222, 225 Greenbury , Richard, 201 Greene . See Green Greenhill , John, 201, 251 Greenshields , Thomas, 338 Greenway . See Greenaway Greenwich , 230 Greenwood , Charles, 65, 65 n, 66, 67, 74,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the new system is progressing rapidly, and they represent the conduct of the apprenticed negroes as being extremely favourable.-Standard. - Greenshields, the statuary, died on Sunday. He suffered from dis- ease of the heart, and his illness was short. He Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the celebrated jockey. Ile has left a widow and nine children, the youngest only a week old. On Sunday sen. Greenshields, the Scottish statuary. He is well known as the sculptor of the "d Jolly Beggars," an efford of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his name and address, "oJohn William Greenshields, tailor, of Bond street," and said his companion was his apprentice. The former was slightly intoxicated, the latter very drunk. Both were taken into custody and detained. Greenshields being asked what he had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ago attracted so much attention, and which are now at Ayr. Mr Thom is at present residing at Now Yorit. Greenshields, whose Jolly Beggars" obtained so much celebrity, is dead. Mr Cadell, of St Andrew's square, possesses his seated figure Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ANTIQUARY, ROB ROY, aod OLD MORTALITY, price One Pound. Volume Fifth vill have an Engraving of Sir WALTER SCOTT, from Greenshields' well-known Statue, and a Glossary. II. WAVERILY N OVELS.-Small Octavo. Also, on Saturday, 27tk March, VOLtUME I, In Foolscap Subscribers-only content

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