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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wombridge Social and cultural activities

    in 1923 by the Grosvenor Cinema , which closed in 1967 . Another early cinema, the Hippodrome, occupied what became Maddocks ' offices in Station Road. 88 S.R.O., q. sess. rec. parcel 254, badgers', etc. licensing bk. Ibid. parcels 255-9,

    Index K-Z

    Donald, Macpherson, John, Maddocks , Edm., Geo., and see Madocke Maddy, Philo, Madelin, Susannah, Madgett, see Woolaston Madocke, Bridget, Edm. (d. 1626), Edm. (d. 1693), John (d. 1587), John (d. 1643), John (d. 1730), fam., and see Maddocks Makepeace, John,

    Economic and Social History Industry and Trade, 1880-1960

    them, as happened with the bonus on wages in the brass trade. This bonus was first proposed in 1872 by Maddocks and Davis, the young secretary of the new Brassworkers' Union, as the simplest way of administering a wage increase

    Hampstead Manor and Other Estates HAMPSTEAD: MANOR AND ESTATES

    18 who was succeeded by his son John (d. 1780) and daughters Mary Buffar, widow, and Elizabeth wife of Charles Maddocks Hardey. 19 In 1787 the sisters sold their interest to James Pilgrim (d. 1813), who directed by will that

    Political and Administrative History Political History to 1832

    This was largely the work of Charles Whitworth , a former member of the Hampden Club , and although Charles Maddocks , one of the promoters of the July meeting, figures in the list of its founder members, Edmonds does

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    waith argraffu y C.M. am y tair blynedd nesaf (oddigerth yr hyn a berthyn iBwyllgor yr Ysgol Snl)i.Mi. Davies & Maddocks, aTonypandy, see y tedes' iselaf ddaetb i law. Penodwyd y Parch. John Morgan a Mri. Roger Rogers a John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod Mr Charles yn gwisgo ei wenwisg yn y gwas- a anaeth, a hyny, fe dybir, oherwydd oS Mr - Maddocks, A.S , yn bresenol, ac amryw foneddig- w ion eraill. Ystyrid capel Tremadog y mnwyaf a'r Y harddaf yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Five Bells, Deptforad on view of the body of a young woman (name unknovrvn) taken out of'the Surrey canal.-Air Maddocks; a dairy-main, stated,' that le'found a bo-i- net on the banks of the canal at an early' hour. After' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    evening, in the person of one Mr Maddocks, who came (according to the bills) from the Theatre Royal, Dublin, whither we are inclined to suppose he returned by the next packet. Mr Maddocks has the merit of being the most Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kedlesto., Derbyshire, out of business. J. Botonaii,12lcclesfiolil, Cheshire, poblican. J. Aoiswoith, IBlackburn, Lancashire., hand-loom cotton mans- factoror. Jaoie tar t Maddocks, Kingskerowell, Devonshire, school mis tre,,s. J. First. r, Null Green, Essex, horse dealer. J. S. Shaw, it dlsan, Lancashire, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 March 1703, 24 March 1704

    Perfon, to oblige the Parties concerned to accompt for the Money imprefted to them ; and, upon examining Ro¬ bert Maddocks Senior, Efquire, formerly and now Pay- mafter of the Navy, upon Oath •, and alfo Mr. Au¬ ditor Bridges, Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1703, 24 March 1704

    Haddock Knight, Comp¬ troller of the Navy, Dennis Lyddell Efquire, Comp¬ troller of the Treafurer's Accompts of the Navy, Robert Maddocks Senior, Efquire, formerly and now Paymafter of the Navy, and William Beckford Ef¬ quire, Slop-feller, Mr. Edward Lazcford, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1703, 24 March 1704

    Sir Richard Haddock Knight, Comptroller of the Navy, Dennis LyddellE{qu'ne, Comptroller of the Trea¬ furer of the Navy's Accompts, Robert Maddocks Senior Efquire, Paymafter to Sir Thomas Ojborne (now Duke of Leeds), and Sir Edward Seymour formerly, and Sir Thomas Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1703, 24 March 1704

    always paid himfelf, and " which he was the better enabled to do, by the " Poundage." " Mr. Robert Maddocks Senior, being asked, " What " Salary per Annum he hath now for himfelf, and how " much for Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1729, 4 February 1730

    at the Bar. And being withdrawn : It is Ordered, That the faid Hearing be put off accordingly. Staines vtr/us Maddocks. ^lfo, t^e Anfwer of Edward, Robert, Thomas, John, ^ and Sarah Majjeck. by their prochein Amy, to the Appeal Subscribers-only content


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