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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Worthing Charities for the poor

    and under a Scheme of 1966 the trustees were empowered to charge inmates weekly contributions. About 1920 John Pearson of Worthing established Pearson 's Retreat Cottage Homes for poor, elderly inhabitants of Worthing at the east end of the town,

    Perivale Education

    existence, when thirty-seven Perivale children are known to have attended, there was often a vacancy for the parish. 24 William Pearson , Rector of Perivale 1810- 12 , is said to have bequeathed £200 towards the education of ten poor

    Parishes Northfield

    Chan. Inq. p.m. 9 Ric. II, no. 4. Pearson , in Trans. Arch. Sect. Birm. and Midl. Inst . 1894, p. 41. Star Chamb. Proc. Hen. VIII, bdle. 23, no. 78. Pearson , in Trans. Arch. Sect. Birm. and Midl.

    List of subscribers

    The Four Horseshoes ( Mrs. A. Baverstock ) Messrs. Jenner , Blackburn & Co. Mrs. A. A. Lester Sir Ralph Pearson , C.I.E., LL .D. Witney Urban District Canon R. F. Bale , F.S.A. Dr. W. Dalgliesh Messrs. Charles Early

    Westwick Manors

    R. M. Burdett . The remainder of the estate was bought in 1939 by Bertram Pearson and was owned until the 1960s by the Pearson family, who then sold it to an investment company. 72 A manor house which had

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    edrychir arni fel prif amddiffynfa y Ceidwadivyr; ond eleni yr oedd dan beth arall vn dwyn eu rhan, sef fod Pearson, y Tory, yn ddieithr ddyn mewn rhan yn y dref; ond Evans, y Liberal, yn un o'r rhai mwyaf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ieuamc yn Liverpool, er engraifft, yn gadael capelau eu rhieni, as yn myned i eglwys neu gapel y Parchedigion McNeile, Pearson, Stowell Brown, &c. Nid yn gyfangwbl o herwydd eu bod yn "snobs;" nag ychwaith am nad ydynt yn deall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    milwrol o wahanol barthau o'r wlad. Ni chynyg- ar iwyd ond tri o'r ymgeiswyr yn yr etholiad, sef y Cadben Pearson, Cadben Thomas, a'r Cadben Bulke. *N ley Hughes. Y cyntaf a etholwyd. ga Cafodd y sgwner " Mary," perthynol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sWYd - Nid. yw- y newyn dros.odd -yu esia Per ,'ao r y~m gwir angea am gynorthwyyo; Enfyn y Cadben Pearson, 'yr hwwa'Ae9 t drsodd yno i i gario alWla ddyingu"niadauy t.±ny' vn 1 y wlnd hon, delegraff i .hysbyi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dros ddad- i wneyd Deddf y trwyddedan, a elawn ryddid i agor y r tafarnau ar y Sabbath. (Cyfarfyddodd Cadben Pearson, prif gwnstabl Sir r Gaernarfon a damwain ddifrifol tra yn hela yn Sir Lancaster. Cyflewnir ei waith yn ei Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 April 1821, 11 April 1821

    Porter Davis Bennett Souter Hill - - Clark Cary - Bessom Dextor Conway Rogers Beckford - Gardner - Matchet Wilds Pearson M'Neil. Vrann Frost. beyond the Cape of Good Hope. Where bound. North West Coast. Do. - Do. - Do. Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1824, 11 February 1824

    the said Reports be printed. Upon 5 Geo Brown v. Bogle & Gilfilhn: Butt to ente into a RecogM on i Pearson v. Jack & Sir W. Rae. Sir J. Cam bell & Gra v. Sassen. delivered. Archer v. Little. Subscribers-only content

    13 February 1824, 13 February 1824

    No. 5 be lered. Butt to enter into a Recog"* on it. Pearson v. Jack & Sir W. Rae. Buc- l et al. slop Buc- i et al. J. joinery Vemyss Mon't- y et al. Mont- y et al. lington. Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1824, 18 February 1824

    38 18° Februarii, .4.1824 Richardson to enter into Recogce on Pearson's Appeal; On Sir J. Campbell's Appeal; And on Aitken's Appeal. Graham & Birmingham v. Graham, 11 Marquess of Donegall, praying their Lordships for " Leave to deliver in Subscribers-only content

    8 March 1824, 8 March 1824

    Jack, late Merchant in Cupar, Pearson v. Fife, and Sir William Rae of Saint Catherine's, Baronet, Jack & Sir His Majesty's Advocate, for His Majesty's Interest, to w* Rae' the Petition and Appeal of Patrick Pearson, formerly Writer in Cupar, Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    Random his Character was excepted against, as is said before, by the Petitioners. He was, as * the eminent Bishop Pearson tells us, the most celebrated Preacher of his Time, being Minister of St. Peter's Poor in Broadstreet , to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FORBES, John (1801-1840), of 15 Harley Street, Mdx.

    FORBES, John (1801-1840), of 15 Harley Street, Mdx. Constituency Dates Malmesbury 1826 1832 Ofifces Held Dir. E.I. Co. 1830-d. Biography Forbes, who always suffered from poor health, was the eldest son of the East Indian agent and proprietor, Charles

    HODGES, Thomas Law (1776-1857), of Hemsted Place, Benenden, Kent

    HODGES, Thomas Law (1776-1857), of Hemsted Place, Benenden, Kent Constituency Dates Kent 1830 1832 Ofifces Held Capt. W. Kent militia 1798, maj. 1804, ret. 1805. Biography Hodges was a member of a gentry family which had long resided in

 

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