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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from the Poem, of Dovyth sp Gwyl. yrn, a Welsh Bard of the Foaiteenth Century,' 1834. -' MOrgan' Tour to Midford Hewear, in tbeyeir 1791,' 1795. 'ULpscomb's (Geo.) Journey through South Wales and other Pasti,' 1802. 'Johnson's (Dr. Samuel) Dia'y Subscribers-only content

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    Fenidtrayton, butcher. Attdntids, Mears. S. aftt R. Smith, HEatton-Garden. J. Hariley, Manchester, warehousemana. Attoraey, Mr. Wga'n- son, Temple. S. Perkius, Midford, Soemerseishire, dealer. Attorumes, DRe'irs Adhiegton and Co. Iedford-row. S. Daienport and It. Fayle, Maschester, ealieo printerq. Atter-4 hies, Metsrs- Subscribers-only content

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    It seas, therefore, not. improbable that he would enistake tels naoses ! He had, however, mentiouned one of theip rlkhstly-Dr. Midford, the person sewso of all others omght to have beenu produced by the plainitiff With these observations, le should Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cannon street, boarding house keeper. [qpd sn5 Br'ad street buildings. W. M. Maxfield, Leeds,silk mercer. [King, Bedford ptahe. 3. Stratton, Midford place, veneer cutter. [Williams,,Alfred place. W. P. M. Croft, Pimlico, lodging house keeper. [George, Wardrobe pla. Mo de Pedrorena, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    admission will be Ed. for the whole course. The "Rebeccaites" have reappeared in Somersetshire, and have removed the gates at Midford, about four miles from Bath. No clue has been obtained as to the offenders. Mr Superintendent Gibbons last week Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUNT, Ralph (d.c.1432), of Bath, Som.

    six chaplains to pray there for him for one year. Secular provisions included £5 to repair the middle arch of Midford bridge and £5 for the repair of the conduits at Bath. John Poorte of Salisbury and Richard Scharpe of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 February 1695, 19 February 1696

    Bl" " fell the Manor of Pefpoole, in the County of Dur- " ham, Part of the Eftate of Wm. Midford an Infant, " for Payment of Debts and Incumbrances charged " thereon, and for preferving the reft of the Subscribers-only content

    9 January 1707, 9 January 1708

    Mafter of The Snow, of Lyn; Nicholas Coriftant, Mafter of Ths Thomas and Henry, oij&argets; Tho. Linfiin, Mafter of The Midford Cqflle, of Whitby ; Benjamin Laxiin Mafter of The Gee, of Belfaji • Millame, Mafter of The Africa, of Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1729, 16 February 1730

    to His Majefty by the Lords with White Staves. Upon reading the Petition of William Hopkins, Benja- P«t w. min Midford, Henry Talbot, and Jofeph Farmer; praying,HoPfcln*&e1^ " In regard the prefent Appeal of John Prat Efquire " does not Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1768, 23 February 1768

    Counties of W'llH and Sojncrfct, as relates to cc the Road from a Place in Tfow/e Bridge Lane to " Midford, and from Frejhford to Hall's Clofe in Limp- V ley Stoke, and for amending the faid Roads, and al'.o Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1768, 25 February 1768

    of Wilts and Somerfet, as re- " lates to the Road from a Place in Trozule Bridge " Lane to Midford, and from Freßford to Hall's Clofe, in Lhnpley Stoke; and for amending the faid Roads, and alio feveral other Subscribers-only content

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