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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Paddington Building after c. 1800 Paddington : Evolution Of Settlement, 1844-1904

    ( Priv. Act ); summarized in Robins , Paddington , 75-84. 44 Geo. III, c. 63 (Local and Personal, not printed); Robins , Paddington , 84-5. 45 Geo. III, c. 113 (Local and Personal); Robins , Paddington , 85-6. 48

    Paddington Churches

    Guildhall MS. 10464A, pp. 125, 130, 137. Guildhall MSS. 9558, 9560. Robins , Paddington , 141-3; 6 Geo. IV, c. 45 (Private). Inf. from G.L.C. Hist. Bldgs. Div. Ibid.; Robins , Paddington , 143; Lucas, Plan of Paddington ( 1842

    Isleham Economic history

    having over 100 a. From the 1850s the largest holdings were those of the Robins family, also by then Isleham 's leading traders. George Fletcher Robins , already working 362 a. in 1847 , having succeeded his father Richard in

    Matson

    Reservoir Road running along the north side of Robins Wood Hill was specified at the inclosure of 1799. 46 Two moated sites have been identified by the Painswick road north-east of Robins Wood Hill , one on the east side.

    Paddington Growth: settlement and building to c. 1800

    , St. Marg. Westm . ( 1914 ), 231. Below, churches. Harvey, Westm . Abbey , 105. Below, local govt. Robins , Paddington , 180. Lond. and Mdx. Chantry Certificates , 1548, 73. Mdx. County Rec . ii. 103; iii.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OYXR~~IG Y 5T 33LLUNDAIN '^'-, - , .' '. - 7 , - I "' ,y'i yroad ,; wea Rddfryidai a gV4 hawy y -y . ,Palas 'GriewaI, ' Sprydnhawn' Xddydd.:: Mercher,. yn, y un 'g: 1*,ddkuus 'mhoyi. Dyliodd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    obetLtiactbau. Aid grdyny ysy ys cor:? hiuna gi ;vngyfr'ifolwam synradaui ..,' SgSi~fC~llitJ,*.] II DYUD I) At Q.gy ii t . 0, Syr.-Yn ol fy adldewid yn. fy *Iykhv blaefiorol, gowell i Iliyn aivr ydyw dwynt cerl brounv darllenydd I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charles Lettermat, boakseller; Bettjamin Denholm, smith- Edward P-octor, glaxie-; Charles Grosvenor, vittuehier; Wm. Yoting, jeweller; William Holdeti, Joseph Waontedge, JOInI Robins, currier. Mr. Carlile protested against the coropetency of the Court, butof this protest the Judge took no noiicce. ir. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    night.but Rnbw3 and his *ife., un Monday morning,.*t break of day the first lalscurer that went to work discov red Robins siting bylthe hearth-side, in the, b~ack-hitched, and near hun~ his i-3e lytoe~g- owie emb~lrs, burst, and dead. The muderer' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Air-street, Piccadilly. TV. F. Ogilvy, Minories, druggist, Sept. 22, 24, Oct. 22, at ten, at Guildhall. Attornies, Messrs. Meredith and Robins, Lincoln's Inn. DIIDENDS. Oct. 6. B. Mountfort, Walsall, Staifordshire, 'miller.- Nov. 19. W. Horn and R. Jackson, Redcross-strect, :Ssuthwark-, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 January 1696, 15 January 1697

    EaiTof.Monmouth, " Whether he defired Mr. * .O:!«ii-,. know, " Robins to acquaint the Earl with-what he had. in- " formed Mr. Robins of?" He anfwered, " That Mr. " Robins did ask him, if he would give him Leave Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1773, 19 March 1773

    faid Bill be engroffed. Robins againft The Lord Mansfield, Lord Chief Juflice of the Court Coope in Er- Qf ]£}ng's Bench, in the ufual Manner, delivered in at the Table, a Writ of Error, wherein John Robins is Plaintiff, and Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1773, 6 April 1773

    j and " for other Purpofes therein mentioned." Robins againft Upon reading the Petition of John Coope, Defend- Coope: ant in a Writ of Error depending in this Houfe, wherein John Robins is Plaintiff; fetting forth, " That " the Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1788, 20 March 1788

    " Third, for repairing and widening the Road from the ** Alfreton Turnpike Road near a Place called Little " Robins in the Parilh of Mansfield in the County of " Nottingham, through Woolley Moor to the Nottingham ft Turnpike Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1788, 20 March 1788

    the Third, for repairing and widening the Road from " the Al/reton Turnpike Road, near a Place called Little " Robins in the Parifh of Mansfield in the County of " Nottingham, through Woolley Moor to the Nottingham " Turnpike Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ROBINS, John (c.1714-54), of Stafford.

    ROBINS, John (c.1714-54), of Stafford. Constituency Dates Stafford 1747 31754 Biography In 1747 John Robins, a lawyer, stood single for Stafford against two government candidates, one of whom withdrew, recognising that it was impossible to defeat him.[footnote] Classed as Opposition

    ROBINS, John (b.c.1511), of Dover, Kent.

    ROBINS, John (b.c.1511), of Dover, Kent. Constituency Dates Dover 1559 Dover 1563 Ofifces Held Constable, Dover 1554, chamberlain 1554, jurat in 1556, 1558, 1560, 1562, 1574-8, mayor 1562-3, 1575-6. Biography Robins was a master mariner who owned some of the

    ROBINS, Henry (by 1515-62 or later), of Caernarvon, Caern.

    The John Robins, clerk, living in Caernarvon in 1546 may have been a brother, and the James and Hugh Robins who were bailiffs of Caernarvon and Conway respectively were probably also related to Henry.[footnote]The earliest trace found of Robins is

 

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