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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Oldham

    eccentric rustic wit named John Brierley , a carrier, who from his long connexion with this place was called "Old Poden ,' and who was buried 17 Mar. 1688 '; E. Butterworth , op. cit. 62. Once the residence of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume G 258, April 1652, 01 April 1652-30 April 1652

    1652. Particulars of cases. In spite of your directions of 9 Dec. 1650, Major Blackwall has distressed the tenants of Poden ground for 15 years' arrears of a fee-farm rent of 3 l . 0 s . 9 d . Subscribers-only content

    Index, P, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Howe, J. Pockocke . See Pocock. Pockyngton . See Puckington. Pocock (Pockocke) , , of Southampton, 426. -, Thos., 884. Poden (Powden) , Worc., near Church Honeyborne, g. 436 (48). Podyngton . See Puddington. Poggio , Giovanni, nuncio with Charles

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place, Old Jedwry; bsaretinWore, ta q. ere BLndgeostren t Dr Blair, Poya- cm as the Sussex County Hospital; iosn S. Poden, Esq. Bath Ienfirary; dreasdser FU. SeabroT, Esq. Eye Infirmary, Biehvonl A. Mardin, Desq. MheD. Rochester;* Dr Chishowm, Physorian so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whole -of Lord Stanley's variations; and it was i subsequently taken up and repeated, with extremely pathetic accompaniments, by Lord: Poden himself We must borrow ( one notable, instance from his doleful recaitulation of te ill-usage he 4iad- suffered. r.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    acquitted on this charge. There was a second charge for stealing 10s., the property of the clothing club, but Mr Poden declined to offer any evidence. His Lordship said the jury would return a verdict of " Not guilty;" at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tdert t-tail Serts, wvith noblet galwn rentv ini lasiaotente, ii Martineau SLreet (lcervneeCelorw- t-.naStreetk rou serritms. liberally dealt eiti.-Apply, T. Poden -lint, 2, lir vitet's ilil Y TAPONi's Lee 140 flIy0 titlie-erer Ft-edcriel, Strestl. . lire-' ''gr !,d-i-tr sssll.lirl.OsrlW p Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wi' noble pate- iC clues frots and basements, in Martiness Street (corner Corpora- tienStreet), Good tero , Liseraly dealt wiitb-pplyT. Poden - Flint, 24, 13onnett's EilL IVA.RSTOS Lanso (43, Ruby Bnildings, corner Frederick Street). ; ' -Large ground-ioer well-tishled -orkshop, Subscribers-only content

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