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  • * Victoria County History *

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    poor rel., pop., pub. svces., rector of, see Robert; rect., roads, schs., top., see also Hill Hall Theydons , the, Thistlewood , G., Thoby Priory , in Mountnessing , Thomas of Woodstock , Earl of Essex and Duke of Gloucester

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXAMINER. LONDoN, M!AY IS. TiE tendency of dornestic politics llas recived muc4 illustration during the last wveehk from the Debates in Par- liarnent. The adinirable speech of Lord Gaav, in refe- rence to the doctrines advanced by the Subscribers-only content

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    thits coosti racy were Watson, Preston, Hiiuperr ashi1 T1lsilewood. Watson had left Hvde-street, aud taken a- idgieg in lDean-strem, Fetter-lane. Thistlewood liyed in Sotttrnpton-beildiegs Chaiscery-lpte. Preston: lived ire Grey'- st-eke-place, where reereitoas tespecting Ilooee - were to ha mrade, and Subscribers-only content

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    'vhich *vere produced and read. The first was as. "-Cosme. P. S. (Public Safety.)-Sir F. Burtlett, Lordr Coch-, ratl, A. Thistlewood, 'M .1. W-atsbcn, Ar. .1. Gale Tones, Nimjor Cartwrighlt, T. J. Evans, Tl. Huint,' Esq. Mr. liardy, Mr. Roger Subscribers-only content

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    he had received from the said Arthiur and ns-hich- he verily belielses Was'seet to ii ocninant by the said Arthiur Thistlewood; which gto the tenor ad effect fellowing, that is' to saY, 1-fere the articles set forwt h,1e-a6orre ledter, rear Subscribers-only content

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    were some itundredis of people ,0csercbled, and the crowd continued to increase till four oelock, witen the sledeks, Dr. WVatson, Thistlewood, ^and Preston, sd. vanced in a hackney-coach, pteeetled by a waaggon, with the aotie banners which were displeyed at Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Xpof. 122, 212; Edw. 58; Geo. 109, 198; Hen. 42; Joh. 58; Mary, 198; Miles, 23, 58, 135; Sara, 212 Thistlewood , Geo. 98 Thomas , Leon. 194; Nat. 148; Ric. 128, 150, 192, 194; Rob. 123; Will. 192, 193,

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