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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wingfield

    his rebellion against William II . 19 His estates were split up: those in Somerset were given to Robert fitz Hamar , whose daughter brought them in marriage to Robert, Earl of Gloucester . 20 It seems probable that Wingfield

    Burton-upon-Trent Established church

    patronage aroused fears in the congregation that he would thereby introduce his favoured AngloCatholicism. 7 Nonetheless, in 1897 his brother, Hamar Bass, promised to build a new church and an endowment was accepted from Lord Burton and his brewing firm,

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    Catholme churchwardens gas works Holly Bank (later Hollyhurst House ) workhouse Baslowe, Rob. Bass: Abraham (or Abram ) Mrs. Ann Hamar John Mic. Sir Mic. Arthur, Bt., later Lord Burton , statue Mic. Thos. Nellie Lisa , Baroness Burton ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddiwrth- wynebiad. Daeth dau ymgeisydd i'r maes yn Tamworth, ac ymladdwyd y frTwydr ar bwno mawr y dydd. Safai Mr. Hamar Bass, y Rhyddfrydwr, i fyny fel gwrthwynebydd eithafol i wleidyddiaeth y Llywodraeth, a Mr. Bridgman, y Ceidwadwr, fel pleidiwr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be Assistant-Surgeon, vice Everard, deceased., PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. XV. and J. Mulleny, Bath, brassfounders- Shaw and Brook, Brighouse? Yorkshire, ironfouuders-Brght and Hamar, Bisbop'S Castle, Shropshire, linen drapers-T. Bake and S. Mills, Manchester, innkeepers-J. and W. Rideal, Union street, Southwark, wine merhbanfs-Dixon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be surprised if the truculent pamphlet on The -angning Committee transformed them into the hanged Committee, hanged as high as Hamar skied. The daughters of Lycambes may have been attacked with more delicate wit, but hardly with more envenomed personality. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Bewdley), L..................... 6 Bslfour, X. Spencer (Tunmworth), L..2..2., . 122 :Bass, Sir M. Arthur (iP. Staffordshire), b ........... 99 Baus, Hamar A. (Tarnworth), L. ..... 77 Bass, M. Thomas (Derby), L.......... 3 Beach Right Hon. Sir M. H. (E. Gloucesterslblro),C. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~Bradford aon, Bobo Road, Ilatedhe oveeth. . ~~~~~~~~~~~~e8956 TISAPBEY.-Wanted, Yotaboeut 18, with expehienee-,-Onlry,T D photo., and full Pairt arto NV. Hamar, Preotehirn. ch9ll RZthkAERS.-Wenteeaa Junior.-Apply, J. Court, 63 and. 64, 1 -I-~ h`cII Weelelri Sntret. . ct056 T,,APRY.-Young mon Waitted Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Bruus limonade med bringebær

    (Flasken bör ligge paa et kjöligt sted) [Fruit juices, Labels] ui/asoNiua aaiAi :|i|:iMllMIIMHllU.-| MED BRINGCBA.R ;^-^FLAKSTAD^^^^ ui/asoNiua aaiAi :|i|:iMllMIIMHllU.-| MED BRINGCBA.R ;^-^FLAKSTAD^^^^ Subscribers-only content

    Selters

    (Flasken bör ligge paa et kjöligt sted) [Carbonated beverages, Labels] M, Wsm'^^'^ ^ M, Wsm'^^'^ ^ Subscribers-only content

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