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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Newnham Economic history

    not recorded. In Ruddle there were three teams, of which one belonged to the demesne and two belonged to 2 villani and 4 bordars. 37 By 1220 there were four teams in Newnham excluding Stears and, apparently, Ruddle . 38

    Newnham Introduction Newnham 1969

    Richard Head of Ruddle a moiety of its passage of Newnham , to hold as his ancestors had done, with a house and garden in Ruddle . 27 The ferry continued to belong to the lords of Ruddle manor after

    Birch Nonconformity

    son Henry, 99 who was lord of Ruddle in 1625 . 1 In the early 19th century one of the Pooles, possibly Henry, was said to have sold the manor and tithes of Ruddle to William Jones of Nass in

    Newnham Local government

    what right was uncertain, the toll corn of the town. 46 For Ruddle manor there was a separate court recorded c . 1273, when as the halimote of Ruddle it witnessed a deed, 47 and in 1336 . 48 Rolls

    CORRIGENDA

    Rodley ' read ' Ruddle ' " " 54 b , line 20 from end, for 'Cherdington' read ' Shurdington ' " " 55 a , line 7 from end, for ' Rodley ' read ' Ruddle ' " "

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. The Gazette of last Friday not having contained the looked for monthly return of the assets and liabilities of the Bank of England, fears were entertained that the omission was occasioned by a serious diminution in the amount Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    orgeano Professor Thomson, hi .D. W. J. Denoson, Esq., h .P. Themas Thoab ly, Req., M.P. John Dillon, so. James Ruddle Todd, resq. Samuel Dnekssroith, REsq. S. J. Waley, Roy. JokneEvans,. Jhn Watson, REq. 2oh ras e vans foq h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to admit that the prisoner had made a mistake, and would rectify it.-Mrs: Ruddle entreated tle court not to send the prisoner for trial, and Mr Ruddle, after some hesitation, said he would forego the pro- Becation.-Mr Bieghana hardly knew Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    classes, and, with one or two exceptious, they ion, er well filled, the principsal prizes being taken by Airs. m Ruddle, Colonel Carrie, end R ev, G. G. Coventry. Messrs ie Smith and Sons, of St. John's Nurseries, Worcester, ex- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Newahrk.Llet Roweo, HenrgeRynMoeley, near Siighay, grenCatleman. ethie Bottsuissr n.ersweksur, smuhDr Doue, Reseins, irladworethy Devo, ecsurgfieon. Rolandlis, WIlliam, jun., bivetn butcher. Ruddle, Simon, Knooso-hill.wmIcbucrne, yeoman, Rtuedock, John, Ceatleton, aerm, Yorkshire. gentleman, Ruddock Thomas, Castleton, York, merchant. Rude, Miss Sarah Elizabeth, Barnataple. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 December 1692, 22 December 1692

    of William Pawlin and William Loggin- •/rL 1 rr-t-L •\ cc TM -I * i Sir J. Weiit- wortb's Bill. Ruddle I'erfus Caile. PRAYER S. .flW/V ia vice le£la efl Billa, intituled, " An Act td '* enable Sir John Subscribers-only content

    3 January 1692, 3 January 1693

    for confirming the Sale of certain Wood-lands, in the The Houfe being moved, M That a Day may be ap- Ruddle Pitt's Bill- Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Ralph Macclesfeild Gentleman, Appellant, againft Mary Mac- verbs clesjeild Widow Subscribers-only content

    18 January 1692, 18 January 1693

    I" fcnjm were6" It was Refoived in the Affirmative. Ruddle •verfm Cats. It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament affembled, That the Caufe wherein Ro¬ bert Ruddle is Appellant, and John Cafs Refpondent, fliall be heard, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    with Tar and Butter No, I have not. Or with Vegetable Oil, or Rosin No, I have not. Is the Ruddle which they put to the Sheep injurious to the Fleeces No, we never experienced any Injury from that; there Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    - Ellman,jun. 17. RoYSTON, Price of South Down Wools ">T ,~d „, nfi therefrom 1815 to 1823, .j-lower, - 134.135.136. Ruddle, not injurious to Wool, - - Cook, - 397. Russia, Woollen Cloth exported to, and \ Vh „„„.. ,-« Subscribers-only content

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