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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Painswick Protestant nonconformity

    vol. 383, no. ccxxxv. Hyett, Painswick , 49. Painswick Annual Reg . 218. H.O. 129/338/2/2/6; but the chapel is dated 1854. Painswick Annual Reg . 218. Ex inf. Mr. H. Wallace , of Vicarage Street. Painswick Annual Reg . 218.

    Painswick Education

    Painswick , 1855-9 ): copies in Glos. R.O. Sch. managers' min. bk. 1844-64 , penes the vicar. Hyett, Painswick , 63. 1 st Rep. Painswick Schs . ( 1855 ). Painswick Annual Reg . 95-6; Glos. R.O., SB 31/1.

    Painswick Charities for the poor

    th Rep. Com . Char . 62; Hyett, Painswick , 91. 14 th Rep. Com . Char . 62; Glos. R.O., CH 6. 14 th Rep. Com . Char . 66; Hyett, Painswick , 93. G.D.R., V 5/229T 6; 14

    Painswick Churches

    Painswick Churches CHURCHES. A priest was recorded at Painswick in 1086 42 and the church there was granted to Llanthony Priory by Hugh de Lacy before 1096. 43 A vicarage had possibly been ordained by 1237 when Warin de Munchensy

    Painswick Local government

    Painswick Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. The lord of the manor of Painswick claimed view of frankpledge, assize of bread and ale, right of gallows, pillory, and tumbril, and suit of four tithingmen c . 1276. 3 The four tithings presumably

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 2, 08 March 1641, 08 March 1641-08 March 1641

    do meet on Friday next at Two of Clock, in the Exchequerchamber. Painswick Minister. The House being this Day acquainted with the Complaint of the Parishioners of Painswick , in Com. Glouc ' against their Minister, the which Business as

    WINSTON, Thomas

    Gresham Prof of Physic 1615-42 & 1652-5. Author (medical).) Period of medical practice 1602-1655 Place of birth England (b Painswick, Gloucestershire (son of Thomas Winston, carpenter)) Date of birth 1575 Date of death 24 Oct 1655 Address Ca 1593-16**. Padua

    Index, P, 01 January 1572-31 December 1582

    Paget , Lady Catherine; 313. letter of; 142. Lord; 139, 166. letters of; 116, 526. Painswick , co. Gloucester, rectory of; 538. Pallavicino , Horatio; 300, 355, 356, 539. letter of; 173. moneys due to; 173. Palmer , Mr.; 185.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 3, 10 March 1624, 10 March 1624-10 March 1624

    of Oxon . Manor of Painswick. Hodie 1 a vice lecta est Billa, An Act for the Confirmation of a Decree in Chancery, made by the Consent of the Lord of the Manor of Painswick , in the County of

    House of Lords Journal Volume 3, 13 March 1624, 13 March 1624-13 March 1624

    Prince his Highness. Manor of Painswick. Hodie the Lord Privy Seal reported the Bill, An Act for the Confirmation of a Decree in Chancery, made by the Consent of the Lord of the Manor of Painswick , in the County

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 June 1820, 2 June 1820

    and maintaining a Road from the " Town of Cheltenham, to join the present Turnpike " Road from Cheltenham to Painswick, at or near to Prink- " nash Park Wall, in the County of Gloucester," was committed. The Earl of Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1820, 6 June 1820

    a Road from the Town of Road Bill: " Cheltenham, to join the present Turnpike Road from " Cheltenham to Painswick, at or near to Prinknash Park " Wall, in the County of Gloucester." The Question was put, " Whether Subscribers-only content

    22 June 1820, 22 June 1820

    for making and maintaining a Road from the Town of Cheltenham to join the present Turnpike Road from Cheltenham to Painswick, at or near to Prinknash Park Wall, in the County of Gloucester:" " An Act for enlarging the Term Subscribers-only content

    22 June 1820, 22 June 1820

    and maintaining a Road " from the Town of Cheltenham, to join the present " Turnpike Road from Cheltenham to Painswick, at or " near to Prinknash Park Wall, in the County of Glou- " cester." 27. " An Act Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1824, 30 March 1824

    Allegations thereof, which were Sandon Road Bill. Span Smithy Road Bill. Silk Duties Bill. Slave Trade, Petitions for Abolition of: (Painswick :) Oakham: Weobly : North & South Col- linghani: Plymouth : Modbury : Dennv. found to be true; and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesdav, Decembier 10. .BANKRUPTCY ENLAP.GED. G. Fitze, Totwes, Devonshire, grocer, fr m;ifDec. 14 to Feb. 1. BANKRUTPTuY SUPERISEDED. H. J. Ellis, Norwich, linei-draper. BANERt'PTS. J1. 13aclslmnd, Newport, Slhropshiire, grocer. Solicitor, Mr. Hicks, Gray's.inn-square. E. Dearill, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grocer. T. W. 'Viliamson and E. Jones, Packers court, Coleman street. mer. chants. I-., H., and E. P. Miles, Rock-Mill, Painswick, Glnucester, clothiers. V. Tucksett, Bath, grocer. J. Gray. jin. Birmingham, dealer. J., J. H., and S. A. Btutterworth, Shelt, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Prisoner: Not more than six months, please you, my Lordship. SEPT. 3.-Thomos Gyde was indicted for assaulting Hannah West, at Painswick, with intent to comroit a rape.-The prisoner is about 27 years of age, a married man; and the promecutrix, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bristol, Liquorice rmanufacturer. [Poole and Co. Gray's inn sq. J. Price, Pontefract, corn dealer. [dCough and Co. Pontefract. N. Driver, Painswick, clothier. [King, Serjeant's inn. W. Gracie, Berwick-upon-Tweed, printer. [Bromley, Gray's inn sqnare. D. Oliver, Manchester, druggist. [Hurd and Co. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the welcome news, and joy oen more sat on the dejected countenances of the operatives. We hear that at Stroud, Painswick, and Chalford, a discharge of caunont and fire-artus was regularly kept up during the day. The fort guns on Subscribers-only content

 

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