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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wolfhamcote

    the centres of population are the three hamlets of Sawbridge , 11/2 miles west, Nethercote , 1 mile southwest of the church, and Flecknoe , 1/2 mile south of Nethercote . Sawbridge consists of a small group of 17th-century houses

    Parishes Ryton-on-Dunsmore

    th e abbey by Gregory IX in 1240 , 33 and seems to have been attached to their manor of Sawbridge in Wolfhamcote. 34 Church The church of ST. LEONARD is situated on the north side of the main Coventry-Northampton

    Houses of Cluniac monks The priory of St Augustine , Daventry

    The diocesan registers record that Nicholas of Ely was appointed in 1231 , on the death of Prior Walter of Sawbridge , with the consent of Walter, son of Simon the patron. 16 In the same year Pope Gregory IX.

    Parishes Etchilhampton

    Drax-Grosvenor (d.s.p. 1828), and daughter Jane (d. 1853), the wife of John Sawbridge (later Sawbridge -Erle- Drax ). Jane was succeeded by her elder daughter, Maria Caroline Sawbridge -ErleDrax (d. 1885), and younger daughter, Sarah Charlotte Elizabeth , who married

    Parishes Welford

    and sold it in 1741 to Martha Edwin , who in 1750 sold it to William Sawbridge . It was by members of the Sawbridge family that it was sold in 1834 to Charles Eyre , whose son Col. Archer-Houblon

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    Happiness Ill-Understood Sawbridge ' s Sermon -dient of happiness is an ingredient that will not go so far by itself towards increasing the sum stock of happiness as it will mixt with pleasure of the other kind, especially that is


    ( give plea) under the consideration of the thing pleasing to one who is not the proprietor. Happiness ill-understood - Sawbridge ' s Sermon It is mere accident that led. me to this Discourse. It is needless to repeat it

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SAWBRIDGE, John (1732-95), of Olantigh, Kent

    SAWBRIDGE, John (1732-95), of Olantigh, Kent Constituency Dates Hythe 1768 1774 London 1774 1780 London 28 Nov. 1780 21 Feb 1795 Ofifces Held Sheriff, London 1769-70, alderman 1769, ld. mayor 1775-6. Biography Sawbridge inherited large estates in Kent and Middlesex,

    SAWBRIDGE, Jacob (c.1665-1748), of Olantigh, Kent and Hackney, Mdx.

    SAWBRIDGE, Jacob (c.1665-1748), of Olantigh, Kent and Hackney, Mdx. Constituency Dates Cricklade 1715 23 Jan. 1721 Ofifces Held Director, South Sea Co. 1711-21. Biography Starting life with a ‘very considerable fortune’,[footnote] Jacob Sawbridge became a partner in the firm of

    SAWBRIDGE, Samuel Elias (1769-1850), of Olantigh, Kent.

    Catholic relief.[footnote]A loan from Sawbridge financed Lord Byron’s Levantine travels in 1809. As late as 1830 his local respectability was acknowledged by the Canterbury freemen’s custom of voting for a man not nominated, but by then Sawbridge had withdrawn to

    KIRKMAN, John (1741-80), of College Hill, London

    London committee of association. At the general election of 1780 he stood jointly with the Wilkite radicals, Bull, Hayley and Sawbridge, and though he died on 19 Sept. 1780, six hours before the close of the poll, his name was

    CASWALL, George (d.1742), of Muddiford Court, Fenchurch St. , London.

    share in the co-partnership’, his point being apparently that since his partner, Jacob Sawbridge, came under the bill confiscating the property of the South Sea directors, Sawbridge would be unable to meet his share of the £250,000, thus increasing Caswall’s

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.. HOUSE OF LbORf'S. ,~ osdy .lz . - S~~~~1,1ndg'ey O~c. 1 7. The LonD CHAacrLr.oAt took his Yeat on (he WVo(lsack about the usual hour; and seralI Peels Aihended. No pnroceess- ings took pluce, nor tv; ot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXAMINER. LONDON, MAY S. The foreign news of the last week present but few events of importance. The Poles have met with one check, which will serve to create in theam salutary caution in the conduct of enterprises Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BANKtRUPTS. W. Hf. Armitage, Crutched Friars, hop-raerchant. [Wilki and MC.e?1v Fin:sburly-, lact% J. Smith, l3ackman-strect, Soutlhwark, linen-drapen IA11hlr' e WV. Sawbridge, (Cove,.trv, ribbon-manufacturer, 5 Aisten & lloosom, (ay - T'. RyIly, Covenmtry dyer. [4ustrn & Hobson, Grav'B-tlwn. J Salter. biverto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . 1 Bs. Od. to 1 Os. Od. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, August 26. Ndasslireipes.-W. Woods, Bealeglhall street, warehousemansh. [Sawbridge, Wood street, Clheapside.-T. Wallis, 'jun., aod S. Wallic, Leeds, lunendrapers. [Joess, Buckelerahnrr.-C. C. C. Geary, Colcheater, cheosomosger. [Langlianm, Bartlett's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    glover. [Ring, Barge yard, Back- lersbury.-E. Teague, jun., Littledean, Gloucestershire, grocer. [Smith, Newnhiam, Glouceslershire.-M. Lees, Salterhebble, Halifax, Yorkshire, woollen manufacturer. [Sawbridge, Wood street, Cheapside.-J. Y. Smith, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, ship broker. [Bells and Brodrick, Bow Churchyard, Cheapside. Divieleneds.-November 18, J. Matthews and Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 04/1795

    of the said Estate, clear of every deduction whatever. Lot 2. The eligible FREEHOLD ESTATE in the Ham- let of Sawbridge ; consisting of Three eligible Farns, Etc. with their Suitable Buildings, and Two hundred and eighty- seven acres, three


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