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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bayford

    How Claypits Farm), Westhalegrove, Stroutershacche, Smoggefeld, Walbournes and Crosfeldes. In the middle of the 18th century the following are mentioned: Lobb 's Pound, Stockinmead, Boarded Bridge Pastures, Moonfield, Lay Breech, Dendrige Hill , Great and Little Chace , Quaker's Mead

    Parishes Sherborne St. John

    dated 4 November 1774 upon his cousin's son Thomas Lobb of Pickenham (co. Norf.), who thereupon took the name of Chute in addition to that of Lobb . 98 Thomas Lobb Chute married Anne Rachael only daughter of William Wiggett

    Hampstead Protestant Nonconformity

    Dan. Evans at his ho. as chaplain 1666-75 . 96 Dissenters, probably Presbs., met at ho. of their preacher Steph. Lobb 1691. 97 Mtg. place for dissenters reg. at ho. of Isaac Honywood 1692; 98 chapel built adjoining stables of

    Index K-Z

    Stroud Green , Lisson , see St. Marylebone Lister , Rob., Livesey: Anne, m. Sir Rob. Sprignell , Sir Mic., Lobb : Eliz., Misses, Lombard , Picot the, see Picot London : Geof., John, London , Thos. of, see Thomas

    Index A-J

    James, Jos.; Johnson, J.; Jones, R.P.; Joseph, Delissa, Chas., Ernest M., Nathan, and Messrs.; Lamprell-Jarrett; Lanchester & Lodge ; Lewcock; Lobb ; Lock, W.C.; Lockner; Loudon; Lyons ; Matcham; Mather; Mills, E.D.; Morris; Newman & Billing; Parker, Chas.; Pite; Pouget;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thank.ed- for his i hospitlaity," dur- laghis Mayoraltv, by a Court of Aldermen. Those who .2anew Sir LeAnLES FLUo6E, Of Lobb, best, say that the Aldermner mere asaaUtijcai et of rogues. Such is now the kppi~eriande 'of tIe Boxes at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of his audience, cannot be too highly praised. But a gentleman has no right to make such mistakes. In llognts Lobb, a Danish and most stupid Governor, he is more laughable still. This is in a new piece called the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in honour of the Queen's accouchement. The Bishop was present at the dinner. -The Tory mayor at Southampton, one M1r Lobb, has objected to the performance of the favourite comedy called " The School of Reform," at the theatre of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    night of yesterday week, in the shop, No 6 Portland street, Sobo, occupied by a working jeweller named Chard. Police-constable Lobb, who was on duty, at once sent for assistance, and Sergeant Allen, 20 C, coming up, saw a man Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on :Monday contained the brief announcement of the death in London of "1Mr. Samuel Lobb, M.A., late Principal of Kishnagur College, Bengal, aged 43." If Mr. Lobb had been decorated with the Star of India, or had made himself a Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 April 1828, 22 April 1828

    that he could not " support us unless we paid him that Bill. Another Man " of the Name of Lobb gave me a similar Answer." " Any other?" " A Man of the Name of Bliss. James Pawley told Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1828, 22 April 1828

    he in the same Class ?" <l Lobb is not so high as I should consider Share was." " Were not all the Persons who asked to have Bills ft paid, in that Situation ?" " Bliss was not, nor Subscribers-only content

    Contents of the Head

    (Petitions for Bills to repair them j referred to Com- mittees. 275. Harnham Hill to Afkerwell Hill, &c. XXVIL 332. Petitions againft it, referred, 334. Re- port; Bill ordered, P. 338. 276. Hafelden Wood to Milkhoufe Street, &c. XXIX. Subscribers-only content

    Copy of His Majesty's Advocate, Attorney, and Solicitor Generals Report. August 16, 1757., 15 February 1760

    John Grace Thomas Brattle Ralph Hutchinfon Richard Bromley William Shardlow Narciffus Lutterel Thomas Robinfon Efquire Paul Collins Richard Blundell Henry Lobb Thomas Haughton Sir Nicholas Honeywood Jofeph Taylor Thomas Immyns John Pierce' William Smith William Burton Efquire Sufanna Gregory Colonel Subscribers-only content

    Copy of His Majesty's Advocate, Attorney, and Solicitor Generals Report. August 16, 1757., 15 February 1760

    Sir Ellis Cunliffe, Baronet, deceafed — Samuel Cutler — Mary Cuming, Spinfter — — Ann Rachael Chute, Wife, &c. Thomas Lobb Chute, Efq; — Capel John John William William John Monk houfe Francis Ifaac Curiel Rachael Bel monte Cure Cullum Subscribers-only content

 

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