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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Subberthwaite

    by a cairn called White Borran , a little to the south of which the hill called Blow Knott or Blawith Knott attains 812 ft. above the sea. On the centre of the west border 900 ft. is attained, and

    Public Education King Edward VI Elementary Schools

    19 (Governors' orders now numbered. See Hanson, Plan of Birm . ( 1778 ) (plate facing p. 7), and Beilby, Knott and Beilby, Map of Birm. in 1824 -5. Ibid. Gov. Ord . Res. 7 Mar. 1838 , no. 9,

    Local government Council and parliamentary representation

    Pearman, Cadogan Est . 97; The Times , 26 March, 20 , 26 April 1898 , 23 June 1948 ; Knott , Electoral Crucible , 141; Royal Com . on Local Govt in Greater London : Written Evidence from Local

    Parishes Dinnington

    at £300 a year. 74 By 1851 there were five farms centred in Dinnington , the largest later known as Knott 's farm. Between them they employed 10 men, 16 boys, and 3 women. 75 The parish was then equally

    Somerset Record Office accumulations

    Lowestoft HRE Harwood and Evers of Stourbridge (solicitors) HUN C. J. Hunt of Taunton JF Fitzroy Jones MSS. KNO K. Knott LA Lancashire Record Office MCG Mrs. A. McGregor ME Mullings, Ellett, and Co. of Cirencester (solicitors) MGN Marshall and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ca1ied ie.Barley-mowv, in Salisibmr-court, .Vlet-streei, was discosered to be on fire. Mr la nott was from; home oni busines. .Mirs. Knott, fourfemale servants, andafe- xmale Visitor, w re roused from their sleep ky the. firereaehing theirapartmierits. They fled as they Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Watford, carpenter. [Ashley and Co. Tokenhouse vard. J. Cross, Bell Sanvage, Ludgate hill, coach master. [Poole, cray's inn. j. C Knott, ishford, ironmnonger. [Street and Co. Brabant court. C. P. Blackburn, Rotherhithe, carpenter. [Pelham, Fenchurch street. J. D. Willis, Old Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. ST PEtaRsBURio, SarrT. 26.-The following Manifesto hasjust appeared " Nicholas the First, Emperor and Autocrat of all the Russias:-Not- withstanditkg the success of our arms in the war now carrying on against the Ottoman Porte, our anxious Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    October 9. BANKRUPTS. B. Richards, Bognor, Sassex, innkeeper. [Rose, Essex street. R.Parker, Bath2 timber merchant. [Richards, Lincoln's in field'. * Knott, Rhodes Bank, innkeeper [Ifilneind Parry, Temple. ' sykes. Accrifgtoncotton spinner, [Milne and Parry, Temple. S Farmer, A ler tone, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'had directed, and sold them for his own benefit. The defendant kept a sliop at Rarrsgate rinder the firm of Knott and Co., and professed, in a very inviting placard, to supply schools and other literary establishments in the Isle Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 4 [Charities.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    Edward Elmer Thomas Farmer Lettice Deane Richard Lambert † Humphrey Walwyn † Lady Anne Middleton Edward Jakeman Katharine Hall Roger Knott John Heydon Sir Thomas Ramsey Peter Houghton Thomas Ridge John Grove William Pennyfather Thomas Dawkins Robert Brooke George Holman

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 January 1696, 28 January 1697

    " enable Truftees to fell an Eftate in Bread Street} Ldn- " don, for Payment of the Debts of William Knott Efquire; " and fettle another Eftate, of better Value, in Lieü " thereof." Kettle'"Jerß" After hearing Counfel, upon the Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1696, 20 February 1697

    Aft to enable Truftees tö " fell an Eftate in Bread-flreet, London, for Payment of " the Debts of William Knott Efquire; and fettle another " Eftate, of better Value, in Lieu thereof," as fit to pafs, with fome Amendments. Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1696, 24 February 1697

    " enable Truftees to fell an Eftate in Breadßreet, Lon- " don, for the Payment of the Debts of William Knott " Efquire; and fettle another Eftate, of better Value, in " Lieu thereof." The Oueftion was put, " Whether Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1697, 21 February 1698

    97. lo Will. III. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. t <b 8iir, Meffage to tü xt' Knott's Bill Ds. Herbert. Ds. Haverftiam. Comes Burlington. Comes Fever foam. Comes Maclesfeld. Comes Radnor. Comes Yarmouth. Comes Nottingham. Comes Rochefler. Comes Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1697, 7 March 1698

    Family lies, to be fettled to the fame Ufes." " 11. An Aft to enable the Truftees of William " Knott Gentleman and his Wife to fell a Leafe of " Houfes in Bread-ßreet, London, for Payment of " Debts; Subscribers-only content

 

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