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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Edgeworth Manor and other estates

    Hunt Prinn (d. 1821), from whom the estate passed to George Bragge Prowse , a cousin, who assumed the name Prinn on entering the family estates. 75 At Prowse 's death the estate passed to a relation Jane Eliza ,

    Edgeworth Church

    was Anthony Freston , rector 1801-19 , a poet who also published sermons and essays on ecclesiastical subjects. 81 Henry Prowse Jones, rector 1820-60 , was assisted by Thomas Freston , a son of the previous incumbent. In 1837 Jones

    Parishes Old Cleeve

    passed to Vincent Goddard and then to Conan Prowse , presumably as undertenants. 150 Hilliard surrendered his lease to the Crown, and Conan Prowse became owner c . 1607. 151 In 1608 Prowse sold the estate to Dr. John Layfield

    Wicken WICKEN Wicken Village

    her husband Thomas Prowse of Axbridge (Som.) in tail general. Thomas had already acqu ired the remaining 15/24ths of Grafton Park from Elizabeth's father. 96 Charles Hosier died in 1750 , aged about 90. 97 Thomas Prowse died in 1767

    Parishes Walkern

    . In 1587 George Brende sold it to Edward Horne , then rector, who conveyed it in 1604 to Conant Prowse , and in 1609 the latter sold it to Agnes Wardley , widow. Five months later she conveyed it

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. James' Hall; Chappel and Co:, New Bond Street; Stanley Lucas, 84, New Bond Street; Mitchell, Old Bond Street; Keith, Prowse & Co., 48, Cheapside; Hays, Royal Exchange Buildings; Sol-Fa Agency, 8, Warwick Lane; and of Q the Ron- Sec's-Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. James' Hall; Chappel and Co;, New Bond Street Stanley Laoss, 84, New Bond Street; Mitchell, Old Bond Street; Keith, Prowse & Co., 48, Cheapside; Hays, Royal Exchange Buildings; Sol-Fa Agency, 8, Warwick Lane; and of the Hon Sec's-Mr. Edward Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beiddgar i lotruddio Mr. Prowse, y meistr cynorthwyol. Yehydig ddyddiaa yn fl~enorol yr oedd Howlett wedi el ryddhau o'r caichar, lie yr oedd wedi bod am flwyddyn am ladrata rhyw nwyddan o'r tloty, a Mr. Prowse ydoedd y prif dyst Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Sandridge, Esq. Dorsetshire-Joln Bingley Garland, of Stone Cottage, Wimborne, Esq. Essex-Sir John Tyrell, of Boreham House, Bart. Glocestershire-CGorge Bragg Prowse Prinn, of Chariton lKings, Esq. Herefordshire-John Griffiths, of the Weir, Esq. Ilertfordshire-Joseph Latour, of Hexton, Esq. Kent-Isaac Minut, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tropolitan. Ibis song has been introduced in thte Court Circle, and at the Nobility's Concerts, with distinguished success. London: Keith, Prowse, an'td Co. Cheapside; and to be had of every respec- table Music-seller in England, Ireland, and Scotland. SURREY ZOOLOGICAL Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PROWSE, Conrad (d.1613), of Cleeve, Som.; later of Southwark, Surr.

    PROWSE, Conrad (d.1613), of Cleeve, Som.; later of Southwark, Surr. Constituency Dates Minehead 1597 Biography Prowse was an attorney ‘of ability and livelihood of no value at all; in every way very mean, generally evil thought of and noted for

    PROWSE, Thomas (1707-67), of Compton Bishop, Som.

    House, Prowse proved the most popular candidate for the Chair. Newcastle at first thought that ‘a Tory will not go down’, but found from letters received from his ‘principal Whig friends (not courtiers) in the country ... that Mr. Prowse

    PROWSE, Richard (d.1607), of Exeter, Devon.

    PROWSE, Richard (d.1607), of Exeter, Devon. Constituency Dates Exeter 1584 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Exeter 1563, receiver of revenues 1575, sheriff 1576, alderman 1579, mayor 1578, 1589, 1600. Biography Prowse was a puritan draper or tailor whose second wife was a

    PROWSE, Thomas (c.1707-67), of Compton Bishop, Som.

    House. Mr. Onslow intimated that he believed the parties concerned would not choose it. Prowse replied ‘That I cannot help; others know themselves best’.[footnote]After the peace Prowse twice spoke in favour of reducing the army to 15,000 men, 7 Nov.

    PROWSE, Robert (d.1592), of Helstead and Barnstaple, Devon.

    PROWSE, Robert (d.1592), of Helstead and Barnstaple, Devon. Constituency Dates Barnstaple 1584 Ofifces Held Receiver, Barnstaple 1583, mayor 1588-9. Biography Prowse, a Barnstaple merchant, was paid the large sum of £10 12s.6d. wages on the only occasion he represented his

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. I - 19 Geo. III, Vols. XX - XXXV

    25 b. 26 a. FOOT, SAMUEL Defendant in a Writ of En*or, wherein Prowfe is Plaintiff, 12 Geo. 1. wide Prowse, John. TOOT'S CRAY in Kent ;-Road Bills, 25 ck 33 Geo. 2. and 13 Geo. 3. wide Wrotham Heath. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. I - 19 Geo. III, Vols. XX - XXXV

    3. wd« Aiilett, PsiSCILLA. PROWSE, JOHN ver/Z/s Foot, in Error, from Exchequer Chamber, 12 Geo. 1. Writ brought in, xxii. 589 b. Hearing appointed, 602 a. put off, 620 a. Judgment affirmed, with Cofts, 62a b. PROWSE, MARY —— ef Subscribers-only content

    19 October 1722, 19 October 1722

    to Mr. John Prowse, although he had no Right to execute the Office of Mayor; although Samuel Foote Esquire was the only Person acting as Mayor; yet the Sidney Godolphin and Samuel Travers Esquires, stood säjd Mr. Prowse, being put Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1787, 5 March 1787

    Prind/e, near Z>z^ey, in the Counties of /Fara>icA and -S^artTTwd^; and for making, and keeping in Repair, a Road from Prowse Zane, in the Parish of /Pednesoary, to Z>ar/as?on, in the County of /SVrz//brd: And the same was received; and Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1787, 30 March 1787

    near PWZew, in the Counties of 7Par&'icA:, /PorcesZer, and SZa/bz'd, and for making and keeping in Repair a Road from Prowse Zazze, in the Parish of T^edzzesitory, to P/ar/asZozz, in the County of iSZa^w-d: An Act to enlarge the Term Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Letter to the Right Hon. Lord Stanley ... on the law of church rates., 1837

    rate was held to be in the majority of the parishioners, without any restriction, qualification, or exception. " Pierce v. Prowse , Salk. 165.-Churchwardens assessed a rate, for repairs of the Church, and after libelled against aparishioner for notpayingit. Etper Subscribers-only content

    Third annual report of the Council, January 24th, 1884., 1884

    ] ey. Plimsoll. Samuel, 20, Park-lane , W. " Potto , T. C, Limehouse . Pratt, Hodgson, 95, Cornwall -gardens, South Kensington , S.W. Preece , J. E., 17, Halcroft-road, South Hackney . Prowse , W., 11, Park-ter., Kensington ,W. Subscribers-only content

    Report, 1849

    Finlaj,Esq Treasurer 3 Newcastle und Line Remittances from IsewChristian Chinch Argyle square, Collection at the, Teh 28th 1847 , perAV Prowse E°q Treasuier New Church Isle of AVight, Collection on the Fast Day Newell , Captain J J H Royal Subscribers-only content

    Letter to the Right Hon. Lord Stanley, on the law of church rates, 1837

    rate was held to be in the majority of the parishioners, without any restriction, qualification, or exception. " Pierce v. Prowse , Salk. 165.-Churchwardens assessed a rate, for repairs of the Church, and after libelled against aparishioner for notpayingit. JEtper Subscribers-only content

    The government of London, 1875

    expenditure upon those who make it. The first ex¬ pedient has become famous in a West-end parish. A householder named Prowse has lately been summoned before justices for non-payment of rates. He de¬ manded to know, first, whether he was Subscribers-only content

 

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