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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woolaston Nonconformity

    a marked increase by the period 1714-24 when 32 names were given, including several members of the Harris and Thomas families. 79 The Harris family lived at Brockweir 80 and having property in Hewelsfield were buried in that parish. 81

    Bethnal Green Judaism

    Like It Was ( 1974 ), 21, 71. Jewish Year Bk . ( 1953 et seq.). Existed by 1914 : Harris and Bryant, Chs. and Lond . 382. G.R.O. Worship Reg . no. 50967. Jewish Year Bk . ( 1990

    Spelthorne Hundred Hampton Court Palace : charities

    Quit Rents, recently redeemed, represented by a sum of £369 2 s . consols; and the charities of 3. Mary Harris , founded by will 1676, consisting of 3 acres, known as Holly Bush Clo se; 4. Mary Gavell ,

    Fordham Nonconformity

    opposite the rectory house on Spark's land, and was taken over by the Countess of Huntingdon 's Connexion. 1 John Harris , minis- ter c . 1795-1845 , was apparently sent by the countess of Huntingdon herself, because Ford -

    Late georgian and victorian Chester 1762-1914 Trade unionism

    B. Webb , Hist. Trade Unionism , 1666-1920 , 28, 52-3. R. W. Postgate, The Builders' Hist . 70, 262-4; Harris , Chester , 57-8. Postgate, Builders' Hist . 232. Chester Chron . 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 June 1894

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nis gall fod ddim yn is na diwygiwr neu waredwr. Y mae yn dwyn yr un berthynas a Rowlinds a Harris, sylfaenwyr y Corff, ag a ddygai Elias y Thesbiad A Moses. Ni dclylid, ynwir ei goalfarnu ar gyfrif newydd-deb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pawb ymhob peth, onide, gallwn ddyfod i drwbl. Yr wyf yn disg wyl, fodd bynag, I y ca rhan farwol Harris, Rowlands, Charles, ac eraill, lonydd i orphwys yn y bedd. Yr ydym ni ryn .rhyw son am gael eapel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nesaf it y' dymrnoldeb o adeiladu aapel coffadwraiethol yn Nbrefeccaerbyn y flwyddyr 1873. gsef can" mlysiedd an ot marwolaeth tHowell Harris. .: - Cymreradwywyd:.y; pcderfyniadau oiehod gyda'r eitb- riad fod y mater olasf.iw .okirio6 hyd y Gymdeithasfa sesaf, a bgd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chanrif yn ol trwy briodi Elizabethl, chwaer i'r en- 7- wog.arllShaftesbury, awdwr y " Characteristics." ei Yr oedd mab i'r Harris hwn yn Private Secretary i'r frenhines Charlotte, a bu wedi hyny yn ddiplo. r- matist --led Iwyddianus, a dyrchafwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uniawngred yn ,rn rhy ychydig o niter a rhy amddifad o'r nerth cudd- ,u- iedig a dorodd allan yn ngweinidogaeth Harris a on Rowland, i effeithio dim ar genedl o bobl. Ymha le liO y mae cuddiad cryfder y ddau Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HARRIS, James (1709-80), of Salisbury, Wilts.

    HARRIS, James (1709-80), of Salisbury, Wilts. Constituency Dates Christchurch 1761 22 Dec. 1780 Ofifces Held Ld. of Admiralty Dec. 1762-Apr. 1763, of Treasury Apr. 1763-July 1765; sec. and comptroller to the Queen 1774- d. Biography The Harris family had been

    HARRIS, George (1787-1836), of York Chambers, St. James's, Mdx.

    first season a "violent quarrel' arose between Harris and Colman "in consequence of the pretensions of Mrs. Lessingham, an actress with whom Harris lived'. Powell sided with Colman and barricaded the theatre against Harris and Rutherford, who forcibly broke it

    HARRIS, John Rawlinson (1774-1830), of Winchester Place, Southwark, Surr.

    HARRIS, John Rawlinson (1774-1830), of Winchester Place, Southwark, Surr. Constituency Dates Southwark 1830 27 Aug. 1830 Biography Harris belonged to a Quaker family, who originally came from Fordingbridge, Hampshire. His grandfather Robert Harris (1709-91) married one Elizabeth Cross "of London'

    HARRIS, John (c.1525-79), of Lanrest in Liskeard, Cornw.

    When in Mary’s reign John Connock was accused of wrongfully appropriating the church’s property, Harris took the lead in bringing an action against him in Chancery. Harris died on 26 Aug. 1579 at Lanrest, and his son John succeeded to

    HARRIS, John (?1690-1767), of Hayne, Devon

    HARRIS, John (?1690-1767), of Hayne, Devon Constituency Dates Helston 1727 1741 Ashburton 1741 5 Oct. 1767 Ofifces Held Paymaster of the Board of Works by June 1738-Sept. 1740; master of the Household 1741- d. Biography Harris, through his first marriage,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 January 1689, 10 January 1690

    Ordered, That the faid Petition be, and is hereby, rejected. Trial uf Harris *verfus Ofbaltton. Upon Report from the Committee for Petitions, the Petition and Appeal of 'John Harris and Elizabeth Har- from a Difmifllon in the High Court of Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1689, 22 March 1690

    to be given to the Defendant, to the End he anfwer accordingly. Upon reading the Petition of John Harris and Eliza- beth Harris; praying the Revival of their Appeal, d a Day of Hearing: It is Ordered, by the Lords Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1690, 11 April 1690

    Bangor. Epus. Chejier. Epus. V/orcefier. Epus. Chicheß. attached, for " ifverf"rgalc°otte"" to the Serjeant" «Arm«. " iikener :ard. ©fbilton <ver[us Harris. ccles- It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tem¬ poral in Parliament affembled, That the Gentleman Uftier of Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1690, 13 April 1690

    meet at Four of the Clock this Afternoon, in the Prince's Lodgings. Upon reading the Petition of Jthn Harris and El zabeth Harris; {hewing, " That they have a Petitionoibafton. " depending in this Houfe, to which Robert Oßaßon " Subscribers-only content

    23 April 1690, 23 April 1690

    Bill. Meffage to H. C. that the Lords agree to it. Sir H. Fo- refter's Bill. Harris "verfur Oftojfton. Comes Feverßam. Comes Macclesfeldi Comes Radnor. Comes Nottingham. Comes Rochefler. Comes Tortland. Comes Fauconberg. Comes Monmouth. Comes Mountague» Comes Torrington. Comes Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 31 Worthy Maiors.

    required a Vindication of his good Name before the most Honourable Privy Council, where he had been traduced. One William Harris , in this Year 1590 , endeavoured to get a Patent for the Search and Allowance of all the

    Book 5, Chapter 1 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    LECTURES, endowed or maintained by the Societies. CHURCHES. Preachers. Days. Hours. Value per Ann. Electors. St. Anne Black Friers Mr. Harris Wednesday Trustees St. Antholins Mr. Lazonby Mr. Butler Mr. Sheffield Mr. Smithies Mr. Tod Mr. Botham Monday

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes of the Church.

    Christian. His name bee euer praysed therefore, Amen.In this society of the scourged professours of Christ, was also one Iames Harris, of Billerica in Essex, a strypling, of the age of. xvii. yeares. Who being apprehended and sent vp to

    Quene Mary. A treatise of such as were scourged for Religion.

    from the Colehouse, this present Friday.Your Brother, Steuen Cotton.The scourging of Iames Harrys.Iames Harris scourged.IN this societie of the scourged professors of Christ, was also one Iames Harris of Billerica in Essex, a striplyng, of the age of. xvij. yeares:

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    subiectes.Your dayly Oratours the parishnersof much Bentley.Thomas Tye Priest, Iohn Carter, Thomas Candeler, Iohn Barker, Richrd Mere, Iohn Paynter, VVilliam Harris, Iohn Ricarde, wyth others.This being done, the sayde Syr Thomas Tye bethought with him selfe wher the persecuted dyd

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Churche.

    of them in a som whiche were forced to reuoke & to beare faggots.IOhn Hacker, alias Richardson.Iohan Picas of Colchester.Sebastiā Harris priest of Kenginton.Rycharde Foster of London.Thomas Topley a frier of Clare.William Gardiner frier Augustine of Clare.Sir Richard Foxe parishe

    Q. Mary. A treatise of such as were scourged for Religion.

    the Colehouse, this present Friday.Your Brother, Steuen Cotton.¶ The scourgyng of Iames Harrys.Iames Harris scourgedIN this societie of the scourged professours of Christ, was also one Iames Harris of Billerica in Essex, a striplyng, of the age of. xvij. yeares:

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Light House on the Isle of Scalpa, Harris., 1819

    the Isle of Scalpa, Harris. [lighthouse] View of the lighthouse of Scalpay, built on top of a rock; forked path leading to a pier at centre and to the coast at left, where two figures are seen next to a

    Rowadill in Harris., 1819

    in Harris. View of Rodel; MacLeod's house at left, with fenced gardens behind and pier at the front, another pier behind two sailing boats at centre, and church on hilltop at right, seen from a hillside, with grazing sheep in

 

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