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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Son, Lincoln's inn fields. J. Faiers, Colchester, Essex, hairdresser. [Bignold and Maws, New Bridge street. W. Hopkins, Farringdon street, butcher. [Redpath, St Swithin's lane. B. Gray, Acton place, Khrdgslaad, flour factor. [Burr, Lombard street. R. Jolley, Castle Hedingbam, Essex, tailor. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Johnson, Esq. Alderman. George Morley Dowdeswell, Esq. Francis Graham Mooes, Esq., Alderman. SOLIcIroaSd. TRUSTEES. Messrs Dean, Leeks, Dixon, & Redpath. The President. SECRETAsRY. W. T. Copeland, Eoq., MY., Alderman. Edward Frederick Leeks, Esq. This Society, which was established upwards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arranged the result will be made up for the purpose, of being sobmitted to a general meeting of proprietors. Leopold Redpath, of 27 Chester terrace, Regent's park, sas, until a fete hay3 seice, the registrar of shares atid transferrer of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the com- pany. lie saw the transfer 8,518. He attested the execution of it by the prisoner Redpath. lie saw Redpath sigaI his nrnrme. Witneas also attested the tranitfer 8,519, to which lae also saw Redpamh sign Iris iame.-MSir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF REDPATH. The fo'lowing is a connected narrative of Redpath's career up to the discovery of the Great Novrthern frauds Whlben the Peninisular and Oriental Company was started, it being thenr rather a private concern than a public company, Redpath Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kingsbury Protestant nonconformity

    house in 1803 gives it as in Hendon and the denomination as Baptists. See p. 40. e.g. James Reopath or Redpath appears in both certs. Guildhall MS. 9580/2 ; G.R.O. Worship Returns, Lond. dioc. no. 1073. For Elizabeth King's houses,

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    , Jas., sculptor, Redhill , in Hendon and Kingsbury , wkho., see Hendon , poor law union Redman , Wm., Redpath , see Reopath Reed : Sir Chas ., M.P., John, Rees : Sir John , bt., M.P., Sir Ric.,


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