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  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume A 81, October 1644, 01 October 1644-31 October 1644

    pp . 262, 264. ] Oct. 21. Rich. Kemp allowed 21 s . for discovery of the estate of Thos. Medlicott, who was assessed and absented himself, on which information 21 l . was brought in. [ A 3, p Subscribers-only content

    Index, I, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    moneys paid by Receivers General of Taxes for, 79. Exchequer Receipt, payments into, 384. Excise, Commissioners of. See Connelly, W.; Medlicott, T.; Southwell, Sir T.; Strickland, W.; Wylde, T. Forfeited Estates, 140 n. , 313; agent for, appointment of, 407;

    Index, E, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    -, -, weekly certificates of, 115. -, (Ireland) Commissioners ( see Conolly Wm. Harrison Wm. Thompson Edwd. Sawyer Rob. Medlicott Herb. Medlicott Thos. Coghill Marm.) 154. -, Scotland, Commissioners ( see Somers Richd. Wedderburn Alex. Burnet Gilb. Robinson Hy. Broughton

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Broad Street Ward, St Bennett Finck

    600.00 Comment: & Thomas Fisher. Greenfield , John (Dr) 4.00 20.00 0.60 50.00 Lernoult , Adrian 6.40 32.00 2.40 200.00 Medlicott , Henry 4.00 20.00 3.60 300.00 Comment: [Assessor ] . Bessant , William 4.00 20.00 0.00 0.00 Churchman ,

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1716

    with committee that Beckley's bill, 35. 16 s ., be allowed. 137 . [p. 254 ] 29 Feb. 1715/16 1,2. Medlicott proposed a site near Devonshire House. 3,4. Lord Scarborough's ground not a convenient site. 5. Committee appointed to consider

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Church Stretton CHURCH STRETTON c. 1840

    the land bought from Humphrey's executors in 1964 consisted of some 1,205 a. of open common, parts of Ratlinghope and Medlicott manors; 28 east of the Port Way the land comprised almost all the uninclosed common of Stretton-en-le-Dale , evidently

    Index K-Z

    (in Morville ) , medicine , see health and welfare medicines , Medley Park (in Culmington ) , Medlicott , Peter, Medlicott (in Wentnor ) , meeting (assembly) halls and rooms , church, club, parish, village, and see drill halls;

    Index A-J

    Blomfield; Boyle; Brown, Lancelot; Christian; Collie; Colson; Cundy (three of the name); Emes; Ferrey; Forsyth; Gilbert, Alf.; Jellicoe; Langdon ; Medlicott ; Pearson , J. L.; Phipps; Pilkington; Ponting; Scott; Soane; Street; Taylor, Sir Rob.; Teulon; Underwood ; Withers; Wyatt

    Index K-Z

    R. G., & Sons, R. J., Wm., Mears : G., & Co., Thos., Mears & Stainbank , mechanical engineering , Medlicott , W. B. , Medows : Constance, see Lucy Evelyn, Sir Phil. (d. 1718), Sir Phil. (d. 1757), Sir

    Index L - Z

    118, 290 Thos., bell-founder, 118 Meautis (Mewtas): Joan (or Jane), w. of Pet., 70 (Sir) Pet., 70, 90, 93, 113 Medlicott , Miss, 238 Meeson : John, 86, 100, 108; & Co. 86 Thos., 86 Meggs : John, ladder maker,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    neglect," and stated the apology. Mr H 'Sc ell stated the plaintiffs catse, and his only witness was aclergyman named Medlicott, the intimate friend and andlord of the MalcolmsonF, who swore that he thought she article referred to the plaintiffs, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Should ever see such a hospitable vicar of Underwood again. Mr Medlicott was attentive and good-natured to the old nian, who no longer cherished any hostile sentiments towards Mr Medlicott ; in fact, the compara- tire success of his own Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after this interview with mutual disgust, Heathcote thinking Medlicott a foolish theorist who had come out from England with his cat-and-dry notions, and expected them to apply in the bush; and Medlicott, setting down Heathoote, from the brusqueness of his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Street, for being drunk and disorderly on Tuesday night, was fined Se. and costs.-John Craven (13), 15, Heath Street, Cleo. Medlicott (12), 4 house, Alexander Place, Balsall Heath Ropd, and Ashton Bcokett (12), 1, Ccx Street West, were i charged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in -the ap- poilrtlllret of the following mmnrrbers of tire trade: Mlessrs. Blacklock, Thomnson, Godfrey, Spencer, George Harrison, Scambler, Hill, Medlicott, Palurer, Kenton, E. Harrison, and G. Minslrull. A cordial vote of thanks to Mr-.Williams (chairroari) terminated the proceedings. ACCIDrNT Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUNTER, John (?1724-1802), of Gubbins, nr. Potter's Bar, Herts.

    bought the estate of Gobions or Gubbins in Hertfordshire, and in 1780 unsuccessfully contested Milborne Port in opposition to the Medlicott interest. Before the general election of 1784 Hunter appears as a candidate of George Rose’s in Robinson’s lists of

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