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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The seventeenth century The Charters and Town Government

    t he governing group is also reflected in tax returns and in charitable bequests like those of John Dymoke and Thwaites Fox. 8 Other governors may have been men of smaller fortunes, like Christopher Farrer who resigned after 13 years'

    The seventeenth century Population and Topography

    charity of such prosperous townspeople as John Dymoke, Margaret Ferrer , and Thwaites Fox. Charities provided doles, training as apprentices, help for craftsmen, or, like those of Thwaites Fox and Michael Warton , shelter. The Wartons also tried to encourage

    Lists of Officers

    1625-6 Robert Manby 1626-7 John Fotherby 1627-8 William Barrett 1628-9 Thomas Clarke 1629-30 Richard Wade 1630-1 Thwaites Fox 1631-2 William Clarke (d. 1632) 1632 Thwaites Fox 1632-3 John Fotherby 1633-4 Edward Grey 1634-5 William Johnson 1635-6 Christopher Billips 1636-7 John

    Industries Clock and watch-making

    ' Richard Vick , watchmaker to his late Majesty.' Among the celebrated Clerkenwell makers the firm of Thwaites occupies an honourable place. Ainsworth Thwaites , who was in business in Rosoman Street between 1740 and 1780 , made the Horse

    Witney borough Economic history: markets and fairs 47. Witney cattle and sheep market, early 20th century .

    until 1907, evidently copying from earlier Dirs . Not mentioned e.g. in Par . Colln . iii. 342. L. W. Thwaites , 'Marketing of Agric. Produce in 18 th-Cent. Oxon .' ( Birmingham Univ. PhD thesis, 1981 ), 72-3; Univ.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM, THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Dec. 9. 8ANX ERUPTS. T. Ellaby, Emiberton, Buckinghaamshire, lace-merchant. Solicitor, Mr. Taylor, Jobn-street, Bedford-row. S. Moses, Portseca, Southampton, slopseller. Solicitor, Mr. Bogue, Great James-street, Bedford-row. J. Davidson, Cliorlton-row, Lancashire, stone-mnason. Solicitors, Messrs. Ellis, Sons, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Thwaites certain papers for publication, thought proper to step into the office to reclaim them. On being admitted to Mr. Thwaites, who is the proprietor of the Morning Herald, the plaintiff Swift asked for Mr. Paxkins's papers. Mr. Thwaites Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12. . Trial of JohDThtrtell and Joseph Hunt, as Hertford, for the murder of William Wearc, 17.. Macgre. gor v. Thwaites and another, (proprietors of the Moruing Herald) for libel, 28.. The :dock-constitutional Associaiion v. John Hunt, for publishing the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is a plea raising the gene- ral question of police-reporting; that, 1 think, was an action of " Duacan v. Thwaites." The ATTORNEY-GENERAL.-It was, my Lord; and I rather think that the Jury considered themselves as a court of error Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    support from thitjournal. If this intention he carried into effect, it will perhaps have the effect of bringing " linen-draper Thwaites" to his senses. LONDON MeCHANIcS? INSTITrUTION-The Members of this admirable Institution celebrated their second anniversary on Friday by a Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 December 1689, 6 December 1689

    faid Appeal is hereby revived. IE Sabbati, 70 die Decembris. Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales prnsfentee fuerunt '¦ Dux Cumberland. Thwaites •verfus J)eye & Ux. ili. Whereas there is an Appeal of James Thwaytes de¬ pending in this Houfe, to Subscribers-only content

    10 December 1689, 10 December 1689

    & Mar. Thwaites •verfus Deye & Ux. Whereas there is an Appeal depending in this Houfe, wherein James Thwayts is Plaintiff, and John Deye and his Wife are Defendants, to which Appeal the faid John Deye is to put in Subscribers-only content

    14 December 1689, 14 December 1689

    pointed, for hearing the Appeal depending in this Deye'& Ux. " Houfe, wherein John Deye is Plaintiff, and James " Thwaites Defendant, and Proceedings flayed in the " Courts below:" It is Ordered, That this Houfe will hear the faid Subscribers-only content

    30 December 1689, 30 December 1689

    from Two Years after the Death of Thomas Thwaites, with Cofts, as in the Petition, amongft other Vicecomes Wey- Things, is fet forth; as alfo upon the Anfwer of Martha mouth. Thwaites Spinfter, an Infant, by Humphrey South her Guardian, Subscribers-only content

    7 January 1689, 7 January 1690

    laid Caufe To-morrow, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon. Thwaites tverfus Deye et Ux. Ordered, That the Caufe which was appointed to be heard To-morrow, wherein James Thwaites is Plain- tin^ and John Deye is Defendant, fhall be Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.1160

    (Woodhouse) : undefined hamlet or grange Location: Bingley (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Royd Field (Rood Feild) : undefined hamlet or grange Location: Thwaites (Thwates) : undefined hamlet or grange Location: Bingley (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Marley (Marley) : undefined hamlet or grange Location: Westminster

 

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