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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dry Drayton Charities for the poor

    duties, but it was lost by 1800 . 21 In 1779 the parish received £100 from the former rector, William Hetherington , by will of 1778. The interest, £5, was to be given in bread to poor churchgoers. 22 That

    Houses of Knights Hospitallers Preceptory of Chippenham

    oats at 1 s . a quarter allotted for his horse and the horses of chance guests. Brother Alan de Hetherington , preceptor at this time, was a chaplain, and there was another chaplain a member of his preceptory, an

    Dry Drayton Church

    house. The site, included in its park, was still called Parson's Grove in the 19th century. 72 In 1729 William Hetherington , rector 1728-53 , built west of the village street a substantial redbrick house with a five-bay front, 73

    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Economic and social history

    on a late-18th-century plan at the north end of High Street , 17 and the brewing firm of G. B. Hetherington had premises in the town before 1847. 18 There were 4 breweries in Uxbridge in 1851 , 19 5

    The parish of Halton

    Thomas Lord Dacre d. R. Threlkeld 10 Feb. 1570 -1 Ambrose Hetherington Thomas D. of Norfolk depr. W. Battie 30 Nov. 1591 James Thornton Christopher Carus d. A. Hetherington Feb. 1605 -6 William Sawrey, M.A. 93 d. J. Thornton 14

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    them against the prosecutions of the government. The same consequences would follow if the governnent were to prosecute this printer, Hetherington. Mr. RICE TuRvoit wished to distinguish between the freedom and the licentiousness of time press. Blasphemous and seditious publications Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3O000, in three weeks afterwards, rose to 11,6 .- Capt. Goapoot said that Mr. lHont had written a letter to Hetherington, encouraging him to proceed with his publications, in violation of the law.-Mr.,RUN'T denied this.-Captain GRoanot said he had the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OLD BAILEY SESSIONS.-TUESDAY. | , . ~ ~~ . . .. . I THE JUnoR's OATn.-Jaines Rodinson was tried on several indict- ments for robbing his employers, Messrs. East and Co., of goods to a very considerable amount. Tie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mode of exercising power when it falls into their bands, 's masters, overseers, or similar offices of authority?] BOW-STREET. Henry Hetherington, who has been twice convicted for publishing un- stamped newspapers, has been at length taken. Stevens, one of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from a female consict ins Neweate-C4harge rf'poisocming, 064. A yoisng flzief, 379. Caise of; Ben Hyam, the Turk, 39. Henry Hetherington, for selling'un- stamrpc newspapers, 41G, 45, 492, 6S6. Cat-stealing, 4Z9. Garderl robberies, 46. A young lady for shoplifting, 476! Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Lists, Accounts and Tables of Fees of the Officers and Servants belonging to the Judges of the several Courts in Westminster Hall, and the Circuits, the Associates and Clerks of Assize: Presented to ..., 11 June 1731

    fworn in upon Death ______ 20 o o From every Curfitor fworn in upon Surrender • 10 o o Sam. Hetherington, 23d 4z>n7 1730. 23* y^ri/1730. Prefented to the Houfe of Commons, by Mr. MarZya (Secretary of Com- minions to Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1701, 19 May 1701

    with the faid Humphrey Hetherington, Richard Adney, and Samuel Newton, for the real Sale of divers Fee-farrn Rents, and other Rents, of the feveral and refpeftive Yearly Values aforefaid; by virtue whereof, the faid Humphrey Hetherington, Richard Adney, and Samuel Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1818, 5 March 1818

    from the House of Com- Report delivered. Ayr Roads Bill- k Hyde Road Bill. Bury & Rat- cliffe Roads Bill. Hetherington against Wogan, in Error. rt«f Whitehaven Harbour Bill; Ordered, That there be laid before this House, Standard An Account Subscribers-only content

    26 January 1819, 26 January 1819

    Upon reading the Petition of Robert Wogan, De¬ fendant in a Writ of Error depending in this House, wherein Richard Hetherington is Plaintiff, setting forth, " That the late Right Honorable John Philpot " Curran having in the Year 1814 Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1819, 10 March 1819

    10° Martii. ,4.1819. Hetherington against Wogan. " wherein James Butler Esquire, commonly called " Lord Dunboyne, is Appellant, and Daniel Mulvi- " hill Esquire, and others, are Respondents; and " also in the Cause, wherein Richard Hetherington " is Plaintiff, Subscribers-only content


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