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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Norton Mandeville Introduction

    early-17th-century origin with an oversailing gable-end to the east supported by curved brackets. Near these cottages to the east is Spriggs , where two sides of a moat still exist. The present 19th-century farm-house incorporates old timbers which may have

    Burton-upon-Trent Established church

    In 1883, fearing the withdrawal of the goodwill of the brewers, Guest obtained the removal of his curate, W. J. Spriggs -Smith, who had criticized the lack of temperance work in the parish and who had written a pamphlet attacking


    , see angling; bowling; bull baiting; cock fighting; cricket; football; golf; horses (races); hunting; ice skating; rowing; sailing; swimming; tennis Spriggs -Smith , Revd. W. J. Stafford Stafford , archdeacons of Stafford , John of, abbot of Burton Stafford ,


    in the 19th century Hempton became the more usual form. 33 Sprigg's Alley, 750 feet up on the southern boundary, is a hill settlement. It is more often called Sprigg's Holly locally from the many ancient holly trees, well over


    , 271, 272; arms, 272 Spini ( Italy ), merchants of the, 83 Spire , John, 49 Sprigg's Alley (or Alliver's Alley, or Sprigg's Holly), in Chinnor , 55, 57, 68, 69, 70, 71, 76, 79, 91 Spyer , Miss

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    en dedfryd gyda Ilawer iawn an, o ddyddordeb. foc aof Mae gwaith yr Ysgrifenydd Cartrefol yn rhe gollwng yn rhydd Spriggs, y dyn ienanc o Oh Lundain, gafwyd yn euog yn mrawd- nif Rhyddhad lys ddiweddaf Rhuthyn o ladrad ac Subscribers-only content

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    redound to his everlasting honour, The Messrs Cobbett then put in bail to answer the charge. INnrMAsNITY.-Charls Cadge and Thos. Spriggs were on Tuesdar accused of placing the life of John Bays in imminent danger. Bays walp whitewashing a house Subscribers-only content

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    of St Ives; the young woman was a pauper, whose settlement was Chatteris, and swore the yet unborn child to Spriggs, who was taken into cus. tody on a warrant of bastardy. While in durance, it was proposed that he Subscribers-only content

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    threatening nature against that lady, for refusing to ac- quaint the writer with the place of abode of a bliss Spriggs, formerly one of her pupils. The previous examination of the prisoner, who has twice before been imprisoned on a Subscribers-only content

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    very bad to travel over between Shef- field and Retford, so bad that it made the engine shake about terribly. Spriggs, a man who assisted after the accident, proved that the de- ceased engine-driver told him he was quite unable Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Journal, August 1725, Journal Book B.B, 01 August 1725-31 August 1725

    brought in from Lyne the pirate. Affidavits of Roger Stevens and John Ekines, mariners, relating to his being taken by Spriggs, the pirate, to their escape from one Lyne, another pirate, and to several vessels being taken by the said

    Index, P, 01 January 1724-31 December 1725

    St. Christopher, pardon of, 102, 102 ii, iii. -, Spanish, 74 ii ( a ); and see Blanco, A. -, Spriggs, Farrington, 653 i, ii, 654. -, Taylor, William, 74, 74 ii; and see Cassandra . -,-,-, document signed by,

    Index, S, 01 January 1724-31 December 1725

    by, 210. -,-, revenge by, expected, 210. -, Poisoned Fields, settled by, 210 i. -, in Spotsylvania, 210, 210 i. Spriggs , Farrington, pirate, 653 i, ii, 654. Stanhope , James, Earl, 21. Stanyan , Temple, Clerk of Privy Council,

    America and West Indies, June 1725 , 01 June 1725-30 June 1725

    from Honduras to Jamaica, October last, off the Islands of Utille, by Farrington Spriggs, a pirate, deponent with several others was forced to go with him. When Spriggs took the sloop Susannah, he put deponent on board under the command

    Surnames beginning 'S'

    : Jos, app, 12.23 Jud; Jud, d; Susa, d; Dot, d; Sar, d, 3.4 Mat, 7.31 Spriggins Mary, ser, 27.12 Spriggs Joshua; Ann, w, 20.3 Sprigmore Eliz, 49.19 Sprignall Jud, 28.3 Spring(e) : Ann, 41.3 Hen, 47.12 Mary, 9.4 ,


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