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  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/035/073/002

    bad judge: but rarely indeed does it depend upon him to choose his victim. The worst Judges upon record have not done so: not Bacon in the civil line: not Scroggs not Jefferies in the criminal. Bad & Judges are

    JB/035/015/001

    and there a disappointed man to have faults, their faults die not only with them but long before them. The Scroggs ' s, and the Jeffries ' s, had names: but the Juries without whom they could not have done

    JB/027/102/001

    a man to save his head from aching. Apol. for Metaphy s reprobated by Lawyers. Scroggs In Southcot v. Stowel 1 Mod. 238. " Scroggs " , it is said, " agreed to the Judgment; but said he went contrary

    JB/027/103/001

    arbitrary: that is, I suppose he means, the denominating character, property is 33) Prefat. Apol. for Metaphys. reprobated by Lawyers Scroggs . If A Lawyer, if he meant to find fault with the distinction for instance between the legal possession

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cottenham Manors and other estates

    by John, Henry's son and heir. 63 John Harleston 's daughter and heir Agnes married Thomas Scroggs , 64 and their son Francis Scroggs held courts for the manor between 1529 and 1534 . Thomas took as his second wife

    Townships Broughton

    in 1875 . The Baptists had a chapel at Scroggs , built by Roger Sawrey of the Tower, but little is known of it, and it became an outbuilding. 93 Scroggs is near Hawthwaite, about a mile north of the

    Parishes Goldington

    leased part of the premises to Alexander Scroggs for a rent of £76, 32 and, although Sir William Petre carried the case into the Court of Chancery in 1567 , 33 Alexander Scroggs ' interest descended to his son Oliver

    The borough of Marlborough Marlborough boundary extensions Marlborough street plan, 1981

    comp. Scroggs , ii, no. 197. Hughes, Marlborough , 51; Rep. Com . Market Rights and Tolls ( 1890-1 ), 536-8. Stedman, Marlborough , 216. Hughes, Marlborough , 51. W.R.O., G 22/1/195. Ibid. TS. cal. of Ailesbury deeds, comp. Scroggs

    Milton Lilbourne MILTON LILBOURNE 1842

    estate passed to his nephew S. E. Scroggs , 86 who c . 1842, when his tithes from Milton Lilbourne were commuted for a rent charge of £374, owned 242 a. there. 87 Scroggs (d. 184 5) devised the estate

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as not to be open to question. Hampden's judges were happily not deemed infallible, and the names of Jeffreys and Scroggs have not come down to us as unsuspected oracles. It is neither possible nor desirable to pre. vent the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Exeter street, Strand, wine merchant. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATiONS. 3. C. Gnthrie, Dundee, mercbant-W. Boyack and C. Car- micbael, Dundee, merchants-J. Knox, Edinhobrgh, solicitor- J. Hogg, Stoneboven, silk mercer-J. Cock, jun. Dondee, manufaut~irer-W. Telfer, Hawick, manufacturer-J Lockerby, Scroggs Cottage, near Lockerby, builder. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    like appeals to like. If Jeffrys had com- plained of the injustice of public opinion, it should have been to Scroggs that he should have addressed his vindication of lis humanities and eulogies of his judicial rectitude. If a Lais Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with seve- rity on some points of the prosecution, closing his remarks by emphatically declaring "Never, since the days of Scroggs and Jefferies, has there been so one-sided a charge, if I look into the newspapers, as that which was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being has attempted to stand up and say anything in praise of Chief Justice Penne. father. Since the days of Scroggs and Jefferies, there never was heard so one-handed, so one-sided a charge. He tooi us back to the worst Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Papers presented to the Committee appointed to Inquire into the State and Condition of the Countries adjoining to Hudson’s Bay, and of the Trade carried on there., 11 June 1747

    obtain all Sorts of Trade and Commerce for fuch Commodities as fhall be for the Company's Advantage, fi>V. 577 Mr* Scroggs, JM<j/?<?r 0//^ Whalebone Sloop. n6ri> Jkf<y 1721. "V7"OU are, upon Receipt hereof, to fail the firft Opportunity * of Subscribers-only content

    2 July 1689, 2 July 1689

    of Lords. 263 " E. of Tyrone. " Scroggs. '§' Seymour. Penn. Drake. Radcliffe. " Juftice Berkley. u " Refolved, he fliall be proceeded with at 11 Common Law. " 7° Januarii, 1680. The Earl of Tyrone impeached of High Subscribers-only content

    14 December 1691, 14 December 1691

    December, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon. The Houfe being this Day moved, " That Sir " William Scroggs may have fome Time longer, to " anfwer to the Petition of Anthony Gawdey Efquire, ** he being fick Subscribers-only content

    21 January 1691, 21 January 1692

    Ac- CBinpts. £5 Whereas, Monday next is appointed for. hearing the Gawdey Caufe wherein Anthony Gawdey is Plaintiff, and Wfll'm Scroggs Defendant: It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament affembled, That this Houfe will hear the Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1691, 1 February 1692

    Leinfter's Nat. Bill. Took* werfus L. C. Baron Atkins. Sir R. Rudd & a!. •verfiis Bp. of St. David's. 1/e'fus Scroggs A Meffage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, by Sir Jonathan Jennings and others: To return the Bill, Subscribers-only content

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