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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The ancient parish of Barking Local government and poor relief

    246. Oxley , Barking Vestry , 215. Oxley , Barking Vestry , 23-24, 218-19. See above. Oxley , Barking Vestry , f.p. 9. For rates see Oxley , ibid. 44 f , 291 f . Oxley , ibid. 9-12. Oxley

    Protestant Nonconformity and Other Christian Bodies

    158-9; J. E. Oxley , Hist of Wesley Memorial Church, Oxf . (priv. print. 1968), 1. Secker's Visit . 116. V.H.H. Green , Religion in Oxf. and Camb . 198; Oxley , Wesley Mem. Church , 4. Oxley , Wesley

    Colne Engaine Economic history

    incorporated into a 19th-century house, in 1998 . The whole estate was under cultivation in 1767 . 24 Oxney or Oxley wood, the demesne wood of Colne Engaine manor, in the north-west corner of the parish, comprised c . 30

    Great Horkesley Churches

    E. Oxley , Reformation in Essex , 90. Oxley , Reformation in Essex , 145; E.R . xv. 41; W. Hale , Precedents , 119. E.A.T . n.s. iii. 46-7; x. 235-6; xiii. 166; Ch. Plate Essex , 308. Oxley

    The ancient parish of Barking Charities

    are described elsewhere. 16 This section is based on notes compiled by Mrs. Florence Goodall . Char. Com. Files, 65829. Oxley , Barking Vestry , 116. 8th Rep. Com . Char . H.C. 13, p. 279 ( 1823 ), viii;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    opinm. Y mae arlywydd yr 1fl017 Daleithiau newydd anfon anrheg o oriawr anr i Cad. WV. Oxley, Shields, yn gyd- nabyddiaetkS am ei garedigrwydd i ddwylaw llestr Am eric anai dd ddryllie dig. Yr oedd darnau mnawrion a rew yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    infamy and poverty ?-Ask any body in North or South Shields, except Dr. 0-l-y."-The person here alliided to was De. Oxley, whom he itnew to iae an intimate friend of the plaintiff's family, and ef wiront, therefore0 lie was anxions, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Octavo, price 2s. stithbed, ()BSERVATIONNSon the IMPROPRItETY of M EN BEINIG EMPLOYED in the Business of MIDWIFERY. Published by Hubnt and! Clarke, York street. AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Very neatly printed in 18mo. price .s. with a Portrait, engraved by Landseer, TH Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLI S-H 'OPERA- HOIJSE- StT-AAN hIn conaequence of applications at- the Boe Ofice, and of umerous Letters' addressed to the Theatre, requesting a Revival of some of the-most popular Ensertainm rnertsoaf former 9easoe ts, Mr MAIHV3wS is induced to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IANIKS and Co.'s PATENT BEAVER HATS.-These Hats, . being manufactured of the most choice materials, are more durable, light, and lasting in their colour, than any hitherto invented; they are made water- proof by a process of stiffening with Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 March 1704, 28 March 1704

    fronfthe Committee for Examinations, t« « That James Allen, who was taken into Cuftody, " being charged with encouraging Eliz. Oxley to fire " Houies, hath been examined by their Lordfliips; and " denieth what is charged upon him;" and Subscribers-only content

    4 July 1785, 4 July 1785

    and Ti/zzo/Ay Hoe? is Defendant. And in the laft, JoAzz 0#/ey and PyYyiA Hezzze-oe-A are Plaintiffs, and Pegge againft Doe. Oxley and Hancock ./f/ewezzze/er Petfr/zzozz/A and /ezzzza PizzeZ/ezy are Defen- againft Lear- •^ ' mouth ana Lindfay, dants. Dominus Cancellarius Subscribers-only content

    18 July 1785, 18 July 1785

    agreed to the Tlnee preceding Bills. Debtois'BIll. Infolvent Debtors'Bill. Britim Fiflie- ries Bill. Iron Tools BiU. Linen, &c. Duty Bill. Oxley and Hancock portation of certain Quantities of Wheat and other Articles to His Majefty's Sugar Colonies in ^zzzeriew; for Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1805, 10 June 1805

    " At the Counting Houfe of Oxley, Farrard, and Teuft." Q. " When was that, in 1798 ?" A. " Not fo long." Q. " Whom did you fee at the Counting Houfe of Oxley, Farrard, and Teuft ?" A. Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1805, 10 June 1805

    The Witnefs was directed to withdraw. Then Mr. John Oxley was called in; and, being af¬ firmed, was examined, as follows: Q. " Was you a Partner in the Firm of Oxley, Teuß, " and Farrard?" A. " I was." Subscribers-only content

 

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