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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bridgwater Local government

    manor courts of North Petherton , but required the tithingman of Hamp to attend the hundred twice a year. The abbey was to continue holding its own courts at Hamp . 85 After the Dissolution, Bristol corporation held views of

    Over Stowey Local government

    estate of Adscombe was administered as part of Lyng free manor in the 14th century 63 and by 1535 with Hamp . 64 There was a poorhouse by 1799 , possibly the former church house. In 1816 it was decided

    Bridgwater Charities for the poor

    stood outside the south gate, on a narrow site between the road to Taunton and the path to Hamp known as Hamp Ward , 78 was extended in 1830 by the addition of an engine house, a mortuary, and two

    Bridgwater Economic history

    which lay within the ancient parish, Bridgwater , Bower , Hamp , and Horsey , together measured 8½ hides. Bridgwater manor, the largest, gelded for 5 hides but comprised 10 ploughlands. Two hides were in demesne worked by 3 teams;

    Bridgwater Education

    opened in 1952 . Two shared a site in Rhode Lane , Hamp . In that year Hamp junior school had 150 pupils on the books, and Hamp infant school had 65 pupils. By 1975 the junior school had 316

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diweddar Arglwydd Montmorres gael eynyg swydd urddasol yn yr Hamp. ton Court Palace gan y Frenhines yn fuan. Mewn cyfarfod o amaethwyr Swydd Waterford, a gynhaliwyd yn Dungarvon ddydd Iau, pasiwyd penderfyniad i roddi gwahoddiad i Mr.: Parnell i ddyfod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Morgan, Llantrieant. iSY Fro.-Parcln. James Morr`s, S. Hi Jones, Mri. John Lloyd, Edw. Thomas, D. EVa1M, CRodoxton; Willia-m John,-Williams, Hamp. NtQd. Enwyd y personau canlynol ar bwyllgor yr Yagol Sul,-Parchn. HE. T. Stephens, David Lloyd, T. P. Thomas, W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Genedigaethau, PriGdasau,,&c. | ] I GENEDIGAETHAU. ' ! i Evans.-Ar y l4eg cyfisol, priod Mr. J. H. Evans. MNorhenu Isaf, Derwenlas, ar ferch. PRIODASAE. Griffiths-Jeremy-Ar y 1Seg cyfisol, yn nghapel Heolydwr, Caerfvrddin, gan y Parch. Edward Davies, Mr. Thomas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    APPli ACIINA.G Gi CEN E,'AL ELECTION. In onr annonncement of v.atdidates for conlegtekl i*t'. we are inclitned to begin with NiJ3r. Williarn Cobbett, hr- caluce we lknow of' no ether umlln at presenit ;tio": a - 'wihom we wvould Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LETTM ,J1OMJ JONAS: MR. EXAMIINER,-ThIose, of your readers who do not believe in the transmigratloaofsouls-(I hope yox' re not so unbelieving)-%vill start ,lI iei them, 6 hat only a fortnight bfck I was: a, maind~coach borse,: working in one.of Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 December 1690, 3 December 1690

    2 Will. & Mar. Journals of the Houfe of Lords; Middleton, about con¬ veying his Daughter away, dif- charged. Huddlerton •ucrfus Moiin.'ev : Cuftos Bre- vium to at¬ tend. Hartftongue •verftxs Lloyd. Whereas this Day was appointed for Mrs. Subscribers-only content

    7 January 1801, 7 January 1802

    13 Will. lit Journals of the Houfe of Lords; ' It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tempo- And being asked, " Who printed the Book V ral in Parliament affembled, That the faid Thomas s^ « Qxiz Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1703, 9 February 1704

    424 Journals öf the Houfe of Lords. A. 1703. t< If it <t Twenty Scots People knew: Some of them are going to England; I believe they will give Account of me. I made them all believe that I Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1703, 9 February 1704

    Ann. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 425 ** your Soul, Body, Honour, and Friends, ftrive " againft Melancholy; for, if any Thing ruin me, " it will be Grief; fo forfake it, my Dear." " To Mr. John Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1703, 9 February 1704

    426 Journals of the Hotife of Lords, J. 1703, ' keep him from engaging with either Party if he can; " but if he has Refolutions of making any Engagements, " let it be to our Friends, and not Subscribers-only content

 

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