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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Rugby

    The borough of Rugby THE BOROUGH OF RUGBY Acreage: 1,671 (old parish); 6,992 (borough). Population: 1911, 21,758; 1921, 25,088; 1931, 34,433. 1945: (Registrar-General's estimate for borough) 42,820. Rugby is a prosperous market town in the north-east of the county, 83

    Sport, ancient and modern Football

    in vogue at Eton , Westminster , Harrow , Charterhouse, Rugby and Winchester . When the amalgamated code was presented at a subsequent meeting on 1 December concessions to the Rugby section were evident, and at one time it appeared

    Modern York Politics and social life, 1900-38

    the public library. There was a marked increase in sporting activities: by 1938 there were 48 Association football clubs, 17 Rugby football clubs, and 61 cricket, 18 tennis, and 15 hockey clubs; of the 51 bowling clubs 25 were associated

    Parishes Hillmorton

    a branch to Rugby and expands into an attractive green, on which stand the remains of the market cross. West of the green there has been much building in recent years, linking the old village with Rugby . The market,

    Parishes Newnham Regis

    Newnham Regis is a parish, small both in area and population, 31/2 miles north-west of Rugby . It is bounded on the south by the Avon , on the west by the Fosse Way, and for a short distance in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod yntau befydyn teimlo na ddylesid dyrchafu gwr o syniadan mor rydd a pben-agored ag ydyw Prif Athraw Ysgol Ramadegol Rugby. "Nid wyf yn gweled," (ebe Deon. Close) "y gallaf gyda chysondeb ymuno a' chynrychiolydd un cyfeiliornad i roddi i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trwy ganiatau i'w enw ymddangos yn ddi- o( weddar yn mhlith tanysgrifwyr tuag at adeiladu t3 i y weinidog Annibynol Rugby. Anghymwysder Dr. a~ Temple. yn ol barn hwn ydyw, ei fod yn rhy-rydd- m frydig, am fod ganddo galon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aYsgol Rhydychain, yr hwn a fu farw bythefnos yn ol Ganwyd ef yn y fiwyddyn 1825, ac addysgwyd ef yn Rugby, a dan Arnold a Tait, Archesgob presenol Can- terbury. Etholwyd ef yn ysgolor ("demy") o Goleg Magdalen yn Rhydychain, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dr. TEMPLE i esgobaeth Exeter. A Gwelodd y wladwriaeth yn dda, yn mherson Mr. GLAD- STONE, nodi Prif Athraw Ysgol Rugby i fod yn esgob yn lle Dr. PHiLPoTT, a byth er hyny y mae y Record yn gwrthwynebu, yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TEMPLE,, a pha waith mae yn fwriadu wneyd, bydded iddynt ddarllen ei araeth mewn ciniaw cyboeddus a roddwyd iddo ya Rugby, yr wythnos ddiweddaf, gan aelodau rhai o gymdeithasau cyfeillgar y dref, a chymharu cymhwysder Dr. TEMPLE i fod yn Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 March 1747, 14 March 1748

    both read the Firft Time. Upon reading the Petition of the Truflees for the J'flfu' * J* Free School at Rugby, in the County of Warwick,i^f,?,,^-*' founded by Lawrence Sheriff, late Citizen and <3rocer*-riedto of London-, prayhig Leave to bring Subscribers-only content

    4 April 1748, 4 April 1748

    Report of the r Judges to whom was referred the Petition of the LeT Truflees for the Free School at Rugby, in the County Blli of Warwick; praying Leave to bring in a Private Bill: It is Ordered, That Leave Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1748, 5 April 1748

    meet on Thiirfday the 21 It Inftant, at the ufual Time and Place; and to adjourn as they pleafe. Tiuftees, Rugby School, Bill. .1 Ely Fen, Bill. Faceby Common) Bill. Adjourn • <s Hodie 2a vice lecla efi Bilk, intituled, Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1748, 21 April 1748

    the County of Middle/ex, i\ giyen by Lawrence Sheriff, for the founding and " maintaining a School and Almflioufes at Rugby, in the County of Warwick, to be applied in re-building the faid School, or purchafing One or more Meifuage Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1748, 25 April 1748

    of *' Middlefex, given by Lawrence Sheriff, for the found- " ing and maintaining a School and Almshoufes at " Rugby, in the County of Warwick, to be applied in " re-building the faid School, or purchafing One or " Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 10, 27 November 1648, 27 November 1648-27 November 1648

    Com. Radnor ; void by Death: Great Seal. and Mitchel to Rugby. Ordered, That Doctor Bennett give Institution and Induction unto Ric'd Michell Clerk, to the Rectory of Rugby , alias Rookeby , in Com. Warwick ; salvo Jure ,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 7, 29 July 1645, 29 July 1645-29 July 1645

    Ds. Willoughby . Rose to be instituted to the Living of Rugby. Ordered, That Sir. Nathaniell Brent shall give Institution to Mr. Thomas Rose , to the Rectory of Rugby in Warwickshire . Committee about L. Digby's Letter. The Earl

    Note on William Farrer

    being the second son of the late William Farrer Ecroyd of Lomeshaye, Lancashire, and Credenhill, Herefordshire. He was educated at Rugby and entered business as a textile manufacturer, from which he retired in 1896 when, owing to the will of

    House of Lords Journal Volume 12, 8 February 1671, 08 February 1671-08 February 1671

    Plea now required from him, whereby to try the said Cause at the next Assizes, by John Clarke , of Rugby , in the County of Warwicke , Attorney:" Withybed & al. sent for. All which Proceedings being contrary to

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1637

    Dolman of Messingham co. Lincoln yoman; Petronilla Dolman spinster, and Thomas Dolman gentleman, both of Messingham aforesaid; Bartholomew Kent of Rugby co. Lincoln gentleman; and Robert Tirwhitt of Lenton co. Notts gentleman; each of the persons so indicted being also

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Rectitude

    ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Spread Eagle Hotel, Market Place, Rugby, Warwickshire 1845 George Hotel, Market Place, Rugby, Warwickshire 1850 Town Hall, High Street, Rugby, Warwickshire 1871 Masonic Hall, Albert Street, Rugby, Warwickshire 1888

    Laurence Sheriffe Lodge

    in: 1910 Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1910 Warrant of Constitution: 22nd December 1910. Consecrated 28th March 1911 Numeration 1894 onwards: 3497 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Church Walk, Rugby, Warwickshire, England 1954 Masonic Hall, Castle Street, Rugby, Warwickshire, England 1910

    Rokeby Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Castle Street, Rugby, Warwickshire, England 1920 Masonic Hall, Church Walk, Rugby, Warwickshire, England 1952

    Darell Lodge

    (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Eastfield, Rugby, Warwickshire, England 1944 Masonic Hall, Church Walk, Rugby, Warwickshire, England 1954

    Composite Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Rugby, Warwickshire, England 1938 Masonic Hall, Church Walk, Rugby, Warwickshire, England 1954

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 23rd December 1839

    now), and of which they are very proud. Talked of the Duchess of Sutherland, who he said had been to Rugby School. Talked of Dr.Arnold , Master of the School, who Lord M. used to be afraid of making a

    Tuesday 21st September 1847

    & the manufacturing part too frightful. We passed through Preston Warrington , Wigan , Crewe , Stafford , Tamworth , Rugby & Wolverton & stopped for a few minutes at several of these places, but got out nowhere. There were

    Saturday 11th October 1851

    We came next to Stockport, Crewe , Stafford , (where Ld Anglesey had came to the station) Weedon , Wolverton, Rugby & lastly Watford , which we reached at 5. Ld Grey took leave of us here, & we got

    Monday 27th August 1838

    on Saturday, with Lady Fanny ; he thought she did it rather unwillingly. Mr. Cowper was to meet them at Rugby , where they embarked on the rail-road; which is much better; “for”, Lord Melbourne said, “going on the rail-road

    Thursday 7th December 1843

    got out & stopped a little while before entering the train. We went by Wigston , Broughton , Ullesthorpe to Rugby , where we stopped a little while & where all the School Boys were out. From here we went

 

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