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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fordham Church

    an Independent. 67 Richard Pulley , his successor, signed the Testimony of Essex Presbyterian Ministers in 1648 , but the living was sequestrated in 1649 and served by the Harvard-educated puritan John Bulkley , until Pulley was restored in 1660

    Parishes Noke

    Middle Ages. 17 In the early 19th century a water-house or pump-house stood beside Pulley 's Lane. 18 This seems to have used a spring in Pulley 's Close. Wells were formerly numerous in the village and did not need

    Parishes Salwarpe

    12 Hyllend, 13 Le Courte Close, 14 Pulheye. 15 Of these Copcut , Ladywood , Middleton , Hill End and Pulley still survive. MANORS According to a Saxon charter, dated 817, 16 SALWARPE was granted by Coenwulf, King of the

    Index K-Z

    Meire , John, Melverley , man., and see Cymmerau Meole Brace , n, and see Bank, the; Bayston Hill ; Pulley Meole brook , see Rea , river merchet , Mercia : ealdorman of, see Eadric Streona earls of, and

    Edmonton Education

    premises in Silver Street towards freeing poor boys and paying the master until the school was wholly free. 21 William Pulley was the schoolmaster in 1616 22 and the master of the 'common school-house' in Edmonton was left money by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Board of Directors in attendane dailv at Two o'clork. Ago of the Asoured in every case admitted in the Pulley. All claims payable within One month after proof of death. Mledical Attendants remunerated in all cases for their Reports- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the year 1813. The divisions of the Society svl take plows eon the 31st December in each year, and every Pulley of one entire year's standing will be entitled In participate proportionately ino all te divisions succeeding the comple- Every Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his wife's brother and sister, 2001. eachr; to Aaron de Symons, Esq., 5001.; and to C. Stokes and S. H1. Pulley, Esqs., 1001, each ; and many other bequests, all free of legacy dnty. M~lr Colhen parti- -1-rlv A i- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1834, to the 31st of Decerber, 1847, is as follovs:- SuaneTime tSum added nn added Slai -dlll~ilne tol Policy to Pulley payable Assured. | 0 -sure in 1841. in 1848. at Death. 3,000 13Ys. b0lts 603 6 8 787 10 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Great Homer street, and gave his owvn to a man about an hour after thse murder. CAPIT.n ConvocTeoNs-On Monday, W. Pulley, convicted at the last aesices of thee murder of a young girl near Peru ore, underwvent the cx- treme Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 May 1775, 15 May 1775

    Fen Lands, Low Grounds, and Commons, in the feveral Parifhes of Ramfey, Bury, " Wiflow, War boys, Somerfham, Colne, and Pulley with " Fenton, in the County of Huntingdon, and in the Pa- " rifhes of Chatteris and Doddington, within Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1799, 1 May 1799

    Bridge in " Shrewßury, to the Market-place in Church Stretton, " and to the Top of Lythwood Hill, and from Pulley *' Common to the May-pole in Condover ; and from Cole- " ham Bridge to Longdon, and from the Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1818, 8 May 1818

    the Flues, by fixing a Register in the crooked Flues, by the Ball and Brush, or by the Chain and Pulley, without any occasion whatever for the em¬ ployment of Climbing Boys: The Petitioners, from the preceding facts, are satisfied Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    put into Motion by Manual Labour, by means of a Wheel and Winch, with a revolving Strap upon the small Pulley Wheel that forms Part of the Machine itself, as shewn in a Sketch Drawing which will be found in Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1834

    or twisted Cord, used to force 1 W. Cooper, Boys up Chimneys, -/Lawless, {Miller, Gore, Goodluck, Bennet, Bentley, Chain and Pulley, to sweep Chim-~| neys, invented Thirty-six > Smart, Years, - - -J (See Cancer.) Chimney Sweepers, Complaints they 1 Subscribers-only content


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