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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, T

    Richard, of Croydon, 175. Tycheborne. See Tichebourn. Tychehurst. See Ticehurst. Tydbery , , scholar, 229. Tydenham. See Tidenham. Tyderylegh. See Tytherleigh. Tykkehulle , Ralph, gent., 15. Tyknale , Tyknell. See Ticknall. Tylbury. See Tilbury. Tyler , Thomas, 637. -, William, Subscribers-only content

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    king's attorney in King's Bench ( temp . Richard II), 193. Chardesley. See Chearsley. Chardstock , Cherdestoke, Devon and Dorset, Tytherleigh in, 414. Charleton , Devon, manor, 414. Charlinch , Cherdelynche, Som., Swyndon in, 803. Charlton , Charleton, in Wraxall, Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 18 February 1830, 18 February 1830-18 February 1830

    the parish of Pitminster , in the said county of Somerset ; and another Road from the Turnpike Road at Tytherleigh , in the parish of Chardstock , in the county of Dorset , to and across the River Axe

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    30. BANKRUPTS. James Flinn, Liverpool, earthenovare-dealer. Solicitor Mr. Wbeeler, Lincoln's-inn-fields. William Tytherleigh Brown, Malmesbury, Wiltshire, corn-fietor. Sli- citor, Mr. Carter, Furnival's-iun. James Rickards, Newmarket, inaholder. Solicitor, Mr. Glynes, Burr- street, East Smithfield. Michael Crawford Sanderson, Park-street, Grosvenor-squares ceaSIcrt chant. Solicitor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    malleable matrces. Dated May 2, 1800. . aPatents on which the stamp daty of eio0. has recently beon paid. tWidllam Tytherleigh, iBrmingham, a new or improved method oieoating er covering iron f artlelna of Iron with copper or alloys 'Willilus Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the Malt Shovel, Bristol Road, comminssion agent, was charged with forging a cheque for I. 1is., and defrauding MIessrs. Tytherleigh and Co., of London. Mir. Jaffray pointed out that it was the endorsement which was alleged to be forged. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monday night, onl thle Tay, between Dundee end Perth, by the uipsetting of it boat. A boy, aego 14, corned Tytherleigh), left the shop of his porents, 11, Great I) usseli street, ileenisbisry, on 'Saner. risy, soitl has net srince Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Minerva Inn, Doctor's Piece, was chargcd with permitting gamincg on the 8th - inst. Mr. Whitehouse defended. - Pl ice-constable Tytherleigh deposed to seeing four men sitting at a table playing at cards for money.-Defendant, who pleaded guilty, was fined Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    135. Truro (Two Petitions), 109. Tunstall, 162. Tusmore and Hethe, 207. Twade, 102. Twyning, 73. Tysoe and Compton Wyngates, 167. Tytherleigh, West, 109.—Uffculme, 109. Uley 73. Uny Lelant, 135. Upchurch, 188. Uphaven, 108. Up- lyme, 162. Upottery, 108. Upton, 207. Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1777, 4 February 1777

    Authority : And there¬ fore praying the Houfe to take the Premifes into Con- Axminfler, at the Turning neareft to Tytherleigh Inn, in the County of Dorfet, where a Direction Poft lately flood, called The Red Poft, directing the Road Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1800, 24 February 1800

    Street, in Chard, Regulations and Reftriftions as to the Houfe fhall feem and from thence to the Turnpike Road near Tytherleigh meet. /«Wjin tne County of Dorfet; and alfo of an Aft, paffed Ordered, That Leave be given to bring Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1829, 20 February 1829

    Stone, in the last-mentioned Turnpike Road, to Wadeford Down; and another new branch of Road, from the Turnpike Road at Tytherleigh, to and across the River Axe, in the parishes of Chardstock and Thorncombe; and that the Highway leading through Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1830, 18 February 1830

    Somerset; and another Road from the Ordered, That leave be given to bring in a Bill accord- Turnpike Road at Tytherleigh, in the parish of Chard- ingly : And that Mr. Dickinson and Sir Thomas Leth- stock, in the county Subscribers-only content

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