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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woodstock Buildings Woodstock : Key to Buildings Section The Marlborough Arms C. 1770

    the tenant Benjamin Merrick ; 83 it may have been Merrick 's 'lodge' mentioned in 1635 . 84 The quitrent of only 1 d . suggests that the close had been in severalty since the Middle Ages. Merrick (d. 1675),

    The City of Leicester Parliamentary history since 1835

    Unitarian minister of the Free Christian church in Wellington Street , 255 it was led by working men, like Daniel Merrick , a prominent trades unionist who was president of Leicester Trades Council for several years and one of the

    Norwood , including Southall Economic and social history

    a local landowner, Francis Merrick of Southall . The fairs were for the exchange of horses, cattle, and grain. 9 The market was first rated in 1705 , 10 and appears to have remained in the Merrick family until the

    Woodstock Parliamentary representation

    (replaced by Sir Robert Pye when he decided to sit elsewhere); an unorthodox return of Sir William Fleetwood and Benjamin Merrick , a Woodstock resident, signed a few days earlier by c . 45 freemen, was rejected by parliament in

    Parishes Huish Episcopi Huish Episcopi , 1799

    a small group of buildings in Park Lane on the boundary with Drayton . 168 A farm-house for the present Merrick 's farm, formerly known as Blakes and leased to the Luxtons of Weacombe in West Quantoxhead , was not

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ysgclion a'r ymgeis. wyr yn nhrein r W~yddor, ac nid yn nhrefn teilyng. 1. Bethel, Brecon,- 4. Lla,,bedr,- William John Merrick Ebenezer Lewis Mary Anna Williams James Lewis William Morgan Williams 5. Llanfihangel Thtlyllyrs 2. Bwla Gh- Maggie Ehzabeth Williams Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the holding of the general session ofthe peace for the liberties of the Tower of London, Messrs Walsh, OfFer, and Merrick, three of the magistrates fbr the liberty, attended at the Court Honse, Wellclose square. There being no case of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tem-RaksWmUpeBrksr ple 'Raikes, Wind. Upper Brook se. Meredith, Al. Torrington sq. HaksFrdUpeBoki, Melville, P. Albion tecet Redford, Whitia, Carey it. Merrick, Edward, Stanisdll Rnol hroo ueiih Mears, John, Whitothapel lRawstese, Thes. ilvaflon at. Measlsws, Henry, Ruislip Ratkstraiv, T. R. Hailo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lumley, Roht. W. Suffolk st. Wilson, Josish, Enfield Lloyd,Jaoese T. Twrickenham Wilson, Richard, Drurylane Willan, Leonard, Tottealham Merrick, Thos. Sunbury Wicks, Benjamin, Edmonton Merrick, Thos. jun. Ashford Wells, John, Lombard street Ford Wood, George, Ealing Mever, James, Enfield Whaley. John, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    road Rickards, Henry, 4S Millboatk street Meadowsc, Henry, Ruislip Ihichards, Edswarud Henry, 29l Lb.l lierrich, Thtomas, Ashiford Coln's inn fields Merrick, 'Thomas, Sunhucy Rigg, Jodatbass, Mlark lone blerrielk, Rdssard, Stasnsell Rolinson, IV. Mdonstague place 'sincere, Retrv, Uxbridge Robinson, Michael, Heston Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BURRELL, Merrick (1699-1787), of West Grinstead Park, Suss.

    BURRELL, Merrick (1699-1787), of West Grinstead Park, Suss. Constituency Dates Great Marlow 1747 1754 Grampound 1754 1768 Haslemere 11 May 1774 1780 Great Bedwyn 1780 1784 Ofifces Held Director, Bank of England 1742-56 (with statutory intervals), dep. gov. 1756-8, gov.

    BURRELL, Merrick (1699-1787), of West Grinstead Park, Suss.

    BURRELL, Merrick (1699-1787), of West Grinstead Park, Suss. Constituency Dates Great Marlow 1747 1754 Grampound 1754 1768 Haslemere 11 May 1774 1780 Great Bedwyn 1780 1784 Ofifces Held Director, Bank of England 1742-56, dep. gov. 1756-8, gov. 1758-60, director 1760-4.

 

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