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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stogursey Charities for the poor

    corner of Castle Street and St. Andrew's Road . Both houses were remodelled in 1981 . 33 Richard Tilley or Tapp of Stockland Bristol gave £40 to the poor of Stogursey by his will dated 1599 34 and Walter Walford

    Cannington Charities for the poor

    on Christmas Eve; Margery Duddlestone (d. 1711), who gave £10 for bread on New Year's day; and Richard Tilley or Tapp (d. 1598), who gave £40 for the poor on Good Friday. 64 By 1826 the income was given to

    Bridgwater Charities for the poor

    stock of the corporation in the later 18th century but seems to have been lost in the 19th. 86 Richard Tapp or Tilley gave by will proved 1599 a sum which was later held by the corporation. The interest on

    Bethnal Green Building and Social Conditions from 1876 to 1914 Columbia Market in 1869

    . Small houses on Jarvis's estate were replaced 1903-6 by Barnsley and Somerford houses, eight joined blocks between Somerford , Tapp , Barnsley , and Collingwood streets, built by Frank Dolly for A. Davis . 18 Most blocks of flats

    Bethnal Green Education New Nichol Street Ragged School in 1858

    I. Renamed St. Patrick 's 1936. 79 After war vol. assisted M & I sch., at Stewart Headlam sch. in Tapp St. until move 1953 to Buxton St ., Mile End New Town . St. Paul's Nat., No. 11 Gosset

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUGHES' DROPSY PILLS, "GWIR A SAIF," ac y mae'r GWIRIONEDD yn tystiolsethe nad oes dim wedi ei ddarganfod fel y Pils hyn at wellhau y DROPSY yn ei holl ym- ddangosladan, megis DIFFYG DWFR, GRAFEL, CHWYDD YN Y TRAED, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liick% Grays wn. - B. HnloluwaY, 8ridcg'eiatet, Sonmer-e3tire, draper. Attorntter - Meg rs.' Blaae- Cook's-cotirt, Carev-street; WV. Crmwi'er,jjun. nod C. Tapp Charles-treet, MiddlesexJio' pital, cuachi-mat-ers; - Attornies, Mlesrs. Evitt and Rixaoi; Haydon-spsare Mirories. - - -x T. Levees, T.rtterlane, ribbon-rmauufactiirer. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9ailurdey preced ag'fhi tjhibo April Tapp was .'bsersedvry,3latest nign, dicgingajiu in his garted. On these grooaids 'aeich' wa,' made in the gasdn wads the anglnied bodv oF Leach -sat found thrown irtO Uie pit. Tap'p was ine'd ia I . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ar~f~Rf~SS TO . 1 - -=--C bI T- - . 4DEDR.S5' iH l-CE RLGUNT. Sir -Tapp Ba PULL one of the late Sheriffs, then er-ill ferlw ri to misale Ia is eport of ti hAt Iha cCurt tIC oin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were v'cant, Stafflotd and -Angesesf four votes may be considere4 a Wdoubttul-T'Sir F.; Burdett, *Sir- E. Wilmott, messrs usey and Tapp. The follIowing sre thbe enety-ssevet Conservatives Absent;- - Ashley, H. Egerton (ill) O'Neill, General lialkjior ' H liamer F Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 December 1779, 1 December 1779

    IO Keene T.eave for a Bill: journals of the Houfe of Lords. 1779' 2C After reading and confidering the Report of the Judges, Bench, to the End Execution maybe had upon^the to whom was referred the Petition of" Benjamin Subscribers-only content

    Appendix to the First Report from the Committee of Secrecy, &c. continued: First Maratta War., 1 March 1782

    Caufes of the War /» //S_* Carnatic.—-i*Ar/? i^rtf/ta /F_?r. 117 dired him not to advance any more. To tranfmit Copy of the Treaty with Fagcaa, and a Cypher with which he is to correspond. 19. Letter from, dated near Subscribers-only content

    Causes of the War in the Carnatic.—Second Maratta War., 27 March 1782

    614 178a» SIXTH REPORT /row /£* Committee of Secrecy 0;* //k> Appendix, they refolve on, and the particular conduit they may No. 135. judge moft honourable and advantageous towards A/aa*- ,/« &mtfr in particular; I do not think this Subscribers-only content

    Causes of the War in the Carnatic.—Second Maratta War., 27 March 1782

    Prefent Broach rerenoe, 10 lacks; prefect Surat revenue, 3 lacks ; Oelpaar, Hinfoot, Occlalrer, a'JD ''or „<iu M-. lacks; Poonah revenue, (both of the Tappi, <o lacks; Gui«a«ar rerenur, fouth ot the Tapp., 61ack<; Lujiity Zi.uore, i lam*. Vol. VIII. Subscribers-only content

    11 January 1798, 11 January 1798

    December 8. 11. 1735. January 9. 28. February 21. May i. 1795. March 7. May 19. 1797. April 8. Philip Tapp, Junior - - - William Clapp ------ Margaret, Judith, and Charlotte \ Sou'hmead, S pin Hers - - -J Subscribers-only content


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