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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The University of Cambridge The age of reforms ( 1800-82 )

    to nominate two candidates from whom the Se nate should select. 45 A large number of residents headed by Adam Sedgwick , Woodwardian Professor of Geology, claimed that this was a usurpation of power and demanded a free choice by

    Bisley Churches

    rectory in 1592 . 60 John Sedgwick was instituted in 1625 and Daniel Layford in 1638 . 61 In 1641 Sedgwick and some parishioners complained that Layford had gained the living after securing Sedgwick 's deprivation on a false charge

    Hackney Charities for the Poor

    income was £3 in 1863 , when it was spent on bread, and was administered with those of Allen's and Sedgwick 's charities (below) in 1894 . Laetitia Powell by will proved 1849 left £1,000 for stock to make payments

    Parishes Thorley

    Mill Field (marking the site of the mill) on the north of the church, Alderbury Pasture opposite the rectory, and Sedgwick , a very large field on the north of Thorley Place. 5 MANORS Thorley The manor of THORLEY was

    Townships Wuerdle and Wardle

    at 880 acres. 37 There were also 358 acres of copyhold. The principal landowners in 1788 were Messrs. Entwisle and Sedgwick , who together contributed a fourth part of the land tax. 38 Before the Holts acquired it a Stubley

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hd?iaeth?rn. S S "P1SBYE RYt'j A g(HENURIBTH<E.", Syrda~rll~e~nas yiwadzaneic~hglohieydd ,.Brith, On~rqlifid" st' y eiriau Pres vertaiiiamra ?r~esbu^ ] te;y-yn e6icd inly'n d'ieweddaf, g.ydOpheth .dyddor- iy deb, ac yr wyfyn cydweled ag~efami-iyy noidaubdt. o ddefnyddho geirxanvslymr~aeg *eym.wys, Xaec yr. en Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deithiau pwysig ar hyd gwahanol wled-. m v ydd Ewrop, yn ngbyrmdeithas y daearegwyr enwog es SyrbCharles Lyell a'r Proffeswr Sedgwick; a'chy- i. hoebddwvd adroddiad o'r gwaith a wnaed g'anddynt. fo, -Y 1852, efe a wnaed yn GyiRIawd o'r Gym:deithas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Graves, yr Anrihyd- eddus a'r harch. Baptist Noeija grybwyllasom yn ein diveddaf, ychwanegwyd yr wythnos hon enw y Proff'eswr Sedgwick, yr hwn yr edrychid yn uchel ato mewn cylchoedd gwyddonol. Enwogodd ei hun yn foreu fel daearegwr, a chyflawnodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hyn gellir enwi Sedgwick, Murchison, Ramsey, ac erait.L *Dewisai Sedgwick a Ramsey Ogledd Cymru fel -maes mwyaf neillduol eu -hymnchwiliad, tra y cyfyngai Murchison ei hun yn fwy arbenigel i wahanol baenau creigjau y 1Deheudir. IDodai Sedgwick yr enw "Cam- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar lanau y mor neu mewn dyfroedd bUs. CyfarfMddir A chreigiau cyffelyb yn nghymydogaeth Ty Ddewi yn y Debau. Golyga Sedgwick fod Ilechau Skiddaw, a grutiau Cumberland yn perthyn i'r un dosbarth. Mae y rhai hyn eto o drwch anferth. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GREEN, Thomas II, of Casterton, Westmld.

    1419 he and his wife, Katherine, were confirmed in possession of substantial holdings in the Westmorland villages of Casterton and Sedgwick, which were then entailed upon their issue. Since neither Green nor William Beauchamp, his colleague in the 1420 Parliament,

    BREWES, Sir Thomas (c.1356-1395), of Manningford Bruce, Wilts. and Little Bookham and Bramley, Surr.

    of Norfolk. The couple owned extensive estates spread over five English counties: their chief holdings comprised the manors of Bidlington, Sedgwick and Chesworth in Sussex, Little Bookham, Imworth and Bramley in Surrey, Manningford Bruce in Wiltshire, Werthorpe in Yorkshire and

    STRICKLAND, Thomas I, of Whinfell, Westmld.

    to make provision for his three younger boys, John, Thomas and Peter. John was promised the reversion of land in Sedgwick, while Thomas and Peter were to share an estate in Grayrigg, Lambrigg and Whinfell for the rest of their

    STRICKLAND, Sir Walter (d.1407/8), of Sizergh, Westmld.

    year from two of his Lancashire manors. The couple were married by 1366, when Sir Thomas conveyed certain property in Sedgwick to Margaret as her jointure. Walter had by then been summoned to appear before a royal commission of oyer

    BANKES, William John (1786-1855), of Soughton Hall, Northop, Flints.

    and capable in an easy good-humoured way of keeping up the ball of conversation with Whewell, Sedgwick, or any other professed talker".[footnote] Professor Sedgwick, indeed, voted for Scarlett but wrote of Bankes as a very extraordinary man ... [who] possesses

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 November 1690, 28 November 1690

    Dominis fie decernentibus. Sttlgewicke Uldtfui Huchcock «sal. Upon fpecial reporting from the Lords Committees for Petitions, the Petition of Obadia Sedgwick was read, being an Appeal from a Decree made in the Court of Chancery on the 23d Day of Subscribers-only content

    19 December 1690, 19 December 1690

    Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tempo-Sedgev™ ral in Parliament affembled, That this Houfe will he^ the Caufe wherein Obadia Sedgwick is Plaintiff, andäl. Geo. Hitchcocke and others are Defendants, To-morrow, at Nine of the Clock in the Forenoon j Subscribers-only content

    20 December 1690, 20 December 1690

    Money in Court, and Arrears of Rent, &lt;&lt; I muft not conclude without mentioning to you, after the faId Qbadia Sedgwick paid&gt; fliaI] be diftributed &quot; Gentlemen of the Houfe of Commons, That if iome amongft the other Creditors of Subscribers-only content

    21 November 1691, 21 November 1691

    Order and Judge¬ ment of this Houfe, made the Twentieth Day of Decem¬ ber, 1Ö90, on the Behalf of Obadiah Sedgwick; and praying, &quot; That they may not be restrained from, but &quot; left at Liberty, to take their Remedy Subscribers-only content

    23 November 1691, 23 November 1691

    is Defendant; and that Service upon the Clerk in Chancery may be good Service : Sedgwick Hitchcock. rence thereunto. Upon reading the Petition of Obadlah Sedgwick Mer¬ chant; (hewing, &quot; That the Houfe having adjudged &quot; that George Hitchcocke and Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    "With brains, Sir"., 1883

    first-rate, and written with great eloquence and grace. Sydney Smith ' s Sketches of Lectures on Moral Philosophy. Second Edition. Sedgwick ' s Discourse on the Studies at Cam ¬ bridge, with a Preface and Appendix. Sixth Edition. We have Subscribers-only content

    "With brains, Sir"., 1883

    The lectures on the Affections, the Passions and Desires, and on Study, we would have everybody to read and enjoy. Sedgwick is a different, and, as a whole, an inferior man ; but a man every inch of him, and Subscribers-only content

    "With brains, Sir"., 1883

    in the Cambridge Philo¬ sophical Transactions, we would recommend to our medical friends. The very confusion of Sedgwick is the free outcome of a deep and racy nature; it puts us in mind of what happened, when an Englishman was Subscribers-only content

    Is the ballot a mistake?: ... with remarks on the late debate and an authentic account of an election at New York., 1838

    Butler, aided by the keen, clear, con¬ vincing reasonings of Macintosh, Stewart, and Sedgwick , seem unable to tear away this cleaving curse, that pulls down minds capable of better things, to the degrading level of a low and creeping Subscribers-only content

    A. M. Bailey's catalogue of American photographs., 1864

    „ Blair „ Anderson „ Garfield „ Marstoff „ Neal Dow „ Heintzleman „ Curtis „ Fremont „ Foster „ Sedgwick „ Fitz John Porter Buell Sigel „ Dan Sickles „ Keyes „ Thomas Mc Call „ Mc Dowell „ Subscribers-only content


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