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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ripple

    1807 13 and those of Holdfast in 1812 . 14 The main road from Worcester to Tewkesbury passes through Ripple from north to south, and the road from Gloucester to Upton upon Severn through Holdfast . Roman remains have been

    The hundred of Oswaldslow Introduction and map

    PARISHES 1 OF ALVECHURCH GRIMLEY PENDOCK BERROW HALLOW REDMARLEY D'ABITOT BISHAMPTON HANBURY RIPPLE with Holdfast 2 BLOCKLEY HARTLEBURY ROUS LENCH BREDICOT HARVINGTON ST. JOHN in BEDWARDINE BREDON with Cutsdean and Norton-by-Bredon HIMBLETON with Shell ST. MARTIN HINDLIP ST. PETER with

    Parishes Mathon

    probably to the Lechmeres, Edmund Lechmere being lord of the manor in 1674 , 39 and it afterwards descended with Holdfast in Ripple in the Lechmere family. 40 The site of the manor was retained by the Devereux family after

    Parishes Upton upon Severn

    sessions by some hundreds of the fishermen of Worcestershire and Shropshire complaining that the people of Upton upon Severn , Holdfast and Ripple fished with nets reaching across the river and from top to bottom of it, so that they

    Parishes Crowhurst

    to the poor. Mr. Thomas Sutton left 10 s . a year to poor widows. The first was charged upon Holdfast in Edenbridge , the second on Gutlands in Crowhurst , the third on Longbridge in Lingfield . Gainsford's legacy

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    Sussex , where he was born: Adding in his first Edition, (left out afterwards;) but that Money being left in Holdfast Hands, I have not heard how it was bestowed. Having, very probably, made Enquiry after so large and notable

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tha course I take myself. -DE FOE. THE MINISTRY AND THE TRUE FREE-TRADE POLICY. 'Brag is a good dog, but Holdfast is a better." "The moment of victory," said Napoleon, " is the most dangerous one in war." It is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of burdens, and this is the shadow of the substance at which the Free-traders of the Brag, instead of the Holdfast breed, are ready to snatch. For this we find Mr Cobden voting side by side with Mr Cayley, Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smalith's Persev;-rallo5. 12it. 1lib . ... .Mr. Harriwey' 2 %ar etnsTe Corporal. 2 ...t .... .Mr. Blake 3 Mr. sDowdicg's Holdfast, b24t .......e. Bettng Bto 1on ot, wo watet~to the half mile Post ; he then took the lead,anathuhcoeypssdtlsfiebwo cloeol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    children attending Divine service at the parish church, with the farmers and gentry. The parishes of Bushley, Qucenhill, Langdon, and Holdfast joined in the holiday, Divine service being held at each parish church, anti the people afterwards as. sciubhing at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    no reason to doubt them-events have verilled the favourite proverb of General ROSRNCRANZ, that 'Brag is a good dog, bho Holdfast is a bet- ter." After the battle of ChickAmanga- an undoubted Federal defea'-Ba AGG Was in a position to Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, September 1681, 01 September 1681-30 September 1681

    . 4 d . of the township of Ripple and 13 l . 9 s . 2 d . of Holdfast for both which sums he had not accompted. Further the said Foley set upon William Woodward, high collector of

    Glossary

    in holdefast's hands,' i. 114. Cf. Shaks., Henry V , 11. iii. 54 (Holdfast is the only dog); and the proverb, 'Bray is a good dog, but Holdfast is better.' See Schmidt's Shakespeare-Lexicon, s. v . Hole , i. 115:

    Warrants for Issuing Letters of Marque, 01 January 1630-31 December 1630

    and others. Scallop, of Southampton. 00 William Bust " John 60 Not stated. " 26 Joh n Morris, and others Holdfast, of Dover 40 John Morris " " " Capt. Richard Quaile, and others. Great Sea Horse, of London. 100 Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, September 1684, 1-10, 01 September 1684-30 September 1684

    . thereof as the net arrear. 13 l . 9 s . 2 d . set upon the inhabitants of Holdfast etc., as the net arrear. 15 l . 7 s . 8 d . set upon the inhabitants of

    Notes, Volume 1, pp.101-200

    Tu Quoque (Hazlitt, Old Plays , xi. 257): ' Holdfast . "If you have no money, you'd best remove into some cheaper ward." Spendall . "What ward should I remove in?" Holdfast . "Why, to the Two-penny ward; it's likeliest

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    5 7ff IN C LOSU RES—<?<jwf f «we</. II. Petitions for Bills for Inclosures, &c.—conzwwed. 76. Headington (Oxon); lvi. 138. Bill presented, 367. r. a. 604.———Headon cum Upton (Notts); lxx. 9. Bill presented, 70. r. a. 184.———Heaton (Stafford) ; Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    Assent, 342 b. Enclosure Bill, 47 Geo. 3. wide Queen hill. Hamlet or Chapelry of Holdfast in; - Enclosure Bill, 52 Geo. 3. wide Holdfast. RIPPON, Yorkshire : • Town of Bill 20 Geo. 3. to revive and continue 29 Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1812, 4 February 1812

    in the County of j'^aure ££££!; Andthes&me was read the iirsttiuie; and ordered <J/^"" to be read a second time. Holdfast Iiiclnsure Mr. Zj^tftf presented a Bill for inclosing Lands in the Hamlet or Chapelry of ifo/^art, in the Parish Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1812, 7 February 1812

    Lord< to Pill fni sq>- pint ot His Majesty 1 JuuieMd. Bill for re£ii- latum of 1E is Majesty's House] mid. => ' Holdfast JliclnMlJe Hill, rend 2" jiiid enm-t united, Cireiitej*ter and TetLory Ko.ids Bill, itrid a" iirjd committed- Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1812, 20 February 1812

    CAtf/fes A/o*'gtf« and Sir i?o£fr* iStoAtfAftry 3/erf Ayr Tj^raY, in the County of GAfrfftfrgtfrc; And that fliwgtt/z I'etLlton, le- ported. Holdfast In- closure Bill, rcpoited. do prepare, and bring it in. Sir CAwfea J/or^ffJi repotted from the Committee on the Subscribers-only content

 

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