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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 1 Vintrie Ward. [S. James Garlickhithe.]

    1691 . Mary Ivat, the Wife of William Ivat of London , Merchant. Ann. 1684 . Edmund Riggs , and his Mother Mary Riggs . On the North Wall a Monument for Seagrave Chamberlain, Son of the Honourable Collonel Edmund

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EIieetn, Soiaersetshire, shopykeepcr.-May 3. Ear Smith, Ab hemarle-street, winc-rmerchant.-March 23. C. and h. Husey, Neivgate-sireet, liPeU-drapers. AprJ ll. II . Riggs, Old Bailey, London, gleoe-mer. ciiant.-A pril II. J.. Gray, Easto.Smithfield, baker.- March 29. W. Watrs, Castle-lane, Bnrqugh, leather- dresser.-March Subscribers-only content

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    May 24, at eleven, at the Tontine Inn, Sbeffield. Attornies, Messrs. J. and J. Wheat, Sheffield. DlVIDENDS. Mar 14. VV. Riggs, Old Bailey, glover,-.MJay 14. G. Hewett, Liverpool, mercbant.-May 10. J. Lloyd and WV... Wydowe, Upper Thames-street, grocers.-May 10 Elizabeth Subscribers-only content

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    DIVIDENDS. Aug. 7. Mr. BaTber, Lothtiicr nmerclanzt.-Aug. 16. I1 Ward, Curtain-road; Shoreditc6, apothecary.-Acg 2.g. 3. Cairathers, Bristol, gtocer.---Nov. 6. R. Jones, Gower-strect, Whitechapel, silk-wihtder.-Aug. 24. J. Foster, Manchester, cotton-spinner.-Avg. 16. rt. Loot, Long-acre, ironmnanger.-Aug, 48. ). Riggs, Chipping-Sudbury, G(iloucestershire, merchant. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the'famil& up stairs, hit *-bseh iies at 1engfl~idote by the titqisg of the6be1, natd crying ou~r- 'l fire, flre.'> -rs. Riggs, with ati ihfanrinr her arms, Aanc a servant maids got first :out of'tbe liouse, as they had arisen. om Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to his Majesty, Yitetbrore street; longer, IlS Oxford street; Mr Smyth, Itn, Gattie and Peirce, 57, Delcrsix, 154, sad II. Riggs, 35 New Broad street; Bay ley and Blew. Cockspso street; Berry and Lloyd. 18 Greek street; Low, 330, and Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POPHAM, Sir Home Riggs (1762-1820), of Titness Park, Berks.

    Sir Home Riggs (1762-1820), of Titness Park, Berks. Constituency Dates Yarmouth IoW 21 Mar. 1804 Jan. 1806 Shaftesbury 1806 131807 Ipswich 1807 131812 Ofifces Held Groom of bedchamber to Duke of Gloucester 1806-d. Ofifces Held Entered RN 1778, lt. 1783,

 

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