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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Local government Petty sessions before 1837

    Local government Petty sessions before 1837 PETTY SESSIONS BEFORE 1837 Petty sessions were held approximately monthly from the 1730s or earlier to the 1760s or later to deal with settlement and bastardy cases; after the workhouse was built they took

    Appendix Foreign trade in medieval Hull

    1445-9 6,306 1500-4 3,016 1450-4 3,087 1505-9 2,963 1455-9 1,788 15 TABLE 6: Petty Custom and Poundage Collected, 1400-99 16 Value in £ of goods paying Petty custom Poundage 1400-4 10,922 11,648 17 1405-9 8,726 57,691 1410-14 9,747 55,300 1415-19

    Stretton Nonconformity

    Z/D2; S.H.C . 4th ser. iii. 3. S.H.C . 4th ser. iii. 92; J.R.U.L.M., Burton Wesleyan Meth. Circuit Plan , Feb.- May 1849 . Burton Libr., D. 28/B/1/1; J. Petty , Hist. of Primitive Methodist Connexion ( 1864 ), 115.

    Classes of documents in the Greater London Record Office ( Middlesex records) used

    Pinner Parish Records E.M.C. Extra-Mural Collections F Facsimile H.T. Hearth Tax Assessment L.A. HW. Harrow Local Government Records L.T.A. Mdx. Land Tax Assessment MJ/OC. Middlesex Justices, Orders of Court L.V. Licensed Victuallers' Lists P.S. Petty Sessional Records S.R. Sessions Roll

    Editorial note

    staff of the Cambridgeshire Record Office; the Ely Diocesan Archivist, Mrs. A. E. B. Owen ; and Mr. M. J. Petty and the staff of the Cambridgeshire Collection, Cambridge City Library. Extensive documentary evidence was also provided by the Royal

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *, : I , ~,; -, 4 " ' , , * i i- -1-- iLawsero Anfri y mae6 iMn'ih, yn iddeb ygan wi' 'a'ilafl O a rtlhyna;s i'w 6hyyltiad& ',r Wt ddi ! iyV 'tafd yms'tiv3b.4a*h-wwbag~le siktal Mae Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eubr*ydd a rhinwedd, eto gofidus ginyan orfod dweyd mai nieddwi wna rhai perounau ersr oil. Iydd Llniu diweddaf yU y Petty S-sionso a flate y Maer (Jamnei Reew, Yaw.). J. P. do Waiton, a (Grirffith £ Rteea, cybuddid nu kEvau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deilyngdod ei, hen. Yr oedd un brawd wedi h cymfharu apeliadan xnewn rhyw achosion i'r petty cases ad do laen yr ynadon, ond nid petty esse oedd unrhyw un n ag yr oedd cymeriad unhbyw. aelod yD y glorian. Nid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fy syiw ohf ar hyn. 'f mac yn rhaid 101i gredo hefydj on ffeithiotrwydd pro- gothu i eteb ei ddiboo. Petty y mae pregotha Criet woedi bed bob ameer, tra y mao pob math al a bregot wodi bad i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y pen hwn o'r Sir gyda golwg ar anniweirdeb yn peri: i bawb a'i gwrandawai adeffro: ati. Mnewyd ffeithiau. o'r Petty Sessional Divisions yn y pen hwn .o'r sir, a da oedd edrych yn en hwyneb.- Xid wyf-yn deall fod Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PETTY, Lord Henry (1780-1863).

    at Paris (as was Buonaparte) had ‘little doubt’ that Petty would ‘make a figure’. His half-brother Wycombe, encountering him in Ireland in 1801 before he proceeded to the Continent, admitted that Petty wasthe very opposite of me for he is

    PETTY, Edmund (c.1621-61), of Chipping Wycombe, Bucks.

    PETTY, Edmund (c.1621-61), of Chipping Wycombe, Bucks. Constituency Dates Chipping Wycombe 1660 Ofifces Held Recorder, Chipping Wycombe by 1651-d.; j.p. Bucks. 1652-July 1660, Dec. 1660-d., commr. for assessment 1652, 1657, Jan. 1660-d., militia 1659, Mar. 1660. Biography Petty’s ancestors

    SMYTH, John Henry (1780-1822), of Heath Hall, Yorks.

    SMYTH, John Henry (1780-1822), of Heath Hall, Yorks. Constituency Dates Cambridge University 9 June 1812 20 Oct. 1822 Ofifces Held Under-sec. of state for Home affairs July 1804 Feb. 1806. Ofifces Held Capt. S. W. Yorks. yeomanry 1803. Biography

    WASTFIELD, Edward (by 1523-71 or later), of Draycot Cerne, Wilts.

    Wilts. Constituency Dates Calne Nov. 1554 Calne 1555 Ofifces Held Petty collector of subsidy, hundred of Chippenham in 1549-50, 1552. Biography In May 1544 Edward Wastfield joined a hunting party led by Robert Long whose members were subsequently sued in

    SAVILE, Sir George, 7th Bt. (1678-1743), of Rufford, Notts.

    to stand for re-election. Shortly after retiring from Parliament he separated from his wife, the reputed natural daughter of Henry Petty, 1st Earl of Shelburne, on account of an affair between her and William Levinz. Discussing the question of divorce

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/096/365/001

    & Cattle.} H {Handicrafts v. Aliens } {Artificers & Manufact.. r } P Pawn brokers v. brokers Pedlars v. Hawkers Petty Chapmen. v. Hawkers - - - T Tavern .v. Alehouses Throwsters. v. Silk. A Artificers. v. Manufacturers Tawers of

 

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