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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sport, ancient and modern Hunting: staghounds

    of game and occasionally venison. An action brought against him by a farmer named Barker , who was represented by Scarlett as counsel, ended, in spite of his defence by Brougham , in a verdict for the plaintiff for £100

    Wormingford Economic history

    centuries Cooks and the Hull were held by the Lynne family of Little Horkesley , 75 and Bowdens by the Scarlett family of Colchester . 76 About 1700 Christopher Whichcote , a London merchant, sold land in Wormingford . 77

    Mills

    St. Anne's or East windmill, may already have been called Mill field in 1542 . 86 Henry Barrington 's, later Scarlett 's, mill was built c . 1585, and there was a mill mound between Maldon Road and Butt Road

    West Bergholt Economic history

    and Spreading Oak farms. Smaller farms, some originating from ancient freehold or copyhold tenancies, included Horsepits, Rookery , Highfields , Scarlett 's, and Dairy farms. Manor farm was created on the inclosure of the heath in 1865 . 60 By

    Parishes Haslemere

    his family. He died in 1513 , and his son William in 1537 . His heirs were his sister Florence Scarlett , widow, and Elizabeth wife of Edward Hull . John, grandson of the former, sold his moiety of South

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    enwog Syr d James Scarlett,. yr. hwn :a. .ddyrchafyd i.DS 'yr n Arglwyddi dan yr enw Abinger, pan yr apwynt- iwyd ef yn Brif Farwn yr Excbequer, y3n 1834; ac yn cbwaer i 1'yr James Yorket Scarlett,' yr hwn' a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    breach of promise of marriage, 485, 692, 504.. Mr. FoggforI seduction, A.j. Freedomn of 'speech ait the Bar- Hodgson v. Scarlett, 584 AxMRICA, United states of,-President s message, . His, inaugeral speech tou Congress, 244.. State of the Republic's navy, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a' dilelhad no certain expectetioas, she said that4m farmer would by O meanqsbe a bad match far leir. -te (Mr. Scarlett) was nervy for the young lady, butjustice must be done, and ihe origin of aqj tie business had proceeded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    driving as fast as he could; aid that she observed to a lady, that aa accident would happen. M r. SCARLETT said, lie would ask, whether, if after the verdict of the Corouer's Inquest, Lord Charles Spencer C(8__mei-` c isid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fact of noitriety, which can be ascertained by ap- plication to Mle.Ssrs. Ed lards and Lyon, Mr. Pollock or Mar. Scarlett. rhat Sir Wm. Garrow, the Attorney- Gene'al, and Counsel for the Plaintiff, gave Up the calmse, is a fact Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 June 1828, 2 June 1828

    Day of May instant, upon reading a previous " Rule of the same Court, and upon hearing Sir James " Scarlett of Counsel for the Plaintiff in Error, and " Mr. Campbell of Counsel for the Petitioner, ordered " that Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Hvde Hall - 62. Etingdon - 63. Bounty Hal 64. Tileston PROPRIETORS. levnolds, C. Heirs of. * Males - Females Scarlett, J. Heirs of. * Males - Females Scott, R.H. * Males - Females Sneddon and Sons * Males - Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    CORPORATIONS—amft'mre</. 423 Corporations, Municipal, (Ireland) : Bills relative to—corczirazee?. pecans £o o^Z/tere, &c—continued. Moylough, xci. 445. Moyne, 445. Mullinahone, 445. Mul- tifarnham, 421.—Nairn, 660. Nalteen, Grange of, 409. Navan, 445. Nenagh, 445. Newburgh, 470. Newcastle-under-Lyme, 445. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 416. 445. Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1697, 16 February 1698

    ioW.III. 16° Februarii. 107 Proprietors. Denominations. Chriftopher Chee- vers Martin Dillon - Acres. James Hadfor - Christopher Nu¬ gent - Sir Mau. Euftace John Bagott Vol. XII. One Houfe in Weft-ftreet,] late in the Poffeffion of! Alderman Nicholls -J Subscribers-only content

    31 May 1822, 31 May 1822

    are grieved to relate that no attention has been paid to this their reasonable request, although the Rector of said Scarlett, John Shelley: •. Mansfield, Mr. Monck : So it passed in the Negative. And the Question being put, That Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The duties of Unionists., 1887

    men who can follow a speech far more easily than they can read a book. It is a saying of Scarlett ' s that his sole object in addressing a jury was to make his view of the facts plain Subscribers-only content

    Martial law, 1872

    the authorities, and were accordingly answered, not only by the Attorney- General ( Copley ), but by Tindal and Scarlett ; of both of whom, be it observed, Lord Brougham wrote in the highest terms in his " Memoirs ;" Subscribers-only content

    Martial law, 1872

    these were inherent in and inseparable from the nature of martial law. This was going far beyond what Tindal and Scarlett had maintained in the Demerara case, and what had been laid down by Ellenborough and Macdonald in the case Subscribers-only content

    The educational almanack., 1881

    (L) Aberdeen ,Earlof,J.CampbellH.Gdrdon(C) Abergavenny, Marq. of, William Nevill (C) Abingdon ^ EarljDf, Montagu Bertie (L1 Abinger, Lord, W ill. Fredr Scarlett (C' Acton ,Tjor & , J. Emerich Dalberg Acton (L) Ailesbury, Marq. of, Ernest Bruce (L) Ailsa, Marq. of, Subscribers-only content

    An Appendix to the Black book: comprising a list and analysis of the new House of Commons..., 1826

    Ntw House of Commons . X Scarlett , James, Peterborough , a King's Counsel, Attorney-General for the county of Durham ; attended regularly for the Opposition; latterly has not spoke much in the House. T Scott, Samuel, Whitchurch , a Subscribers-only content

 

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