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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Boxworth Nonconformity

    by 1825 . 63 The Primitive Methodists also preached at Boxworth c . 1823. 64 Fen Stanton Rec . ed. Underhill , 220-1, 251-2. C.U.L., E.D.R., B 7/1, p. 84. Ibid. C 1/4. Ibid. C 3/30. P.R.O., RG 31/2, Ely

    Parishes Idlicote

    the Crown and was granted in 1562 to Lewis Greville , 10 who six years later sold it to William Underhill . 11 The latter died in 1570 leaving a son William, then aged 141/2. 12 This William, who owned

    Fen Drayton Nonconformity

    and in 1980 the building, which had long since lost the spire, was demolished. 53 Fen Stanton Rec . ed. Underhill , 251-2. Orig. Rec. of Early Nonconf . ed. Turner , i. 559. C.U.L., E.D.R., B 8/1, f. 13.

    Papworth Everard Nonconformity

    hall after a new redbrick church was built next to it in 1954 . 59 Fen Stanton Rec . ed. Underhill , 13, 103, 111-12, 154- 6, 169-70, 177-8, 252-3. Compton Census , ed. Whiteman, 166. C.U.L., E.D.R., B 8/1,

    Over Nonconformity

    5821, f. 36; C.U.L., E.D.R., B 7/1, p. 92; C 1/4; C 1/6; C 3/38. Fen Stanton Rec . ed. Underhill , 25, 41, 119-20, 147-9. Orig. Rec. of Early Nonconf . ed. Turner , i. 38, 352, 486. Over

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    welid io rhagor o'i fath ymhlith clerigwyr rhagfarnllyd Cymru y ' dyddiau hyn. Wedi cael anerchiad pellach gan Mr, d Underhill, ar ddiwedd yr h'wn y datggnai, dros yr Undeb, w yr hyfrydwch-a deimlai pawb obhonom nwrth weled y b Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nbi~d (l3k), two Toll., I1. ef 12.-The West Indies: Their Social and Re- r- ligious Conditions, by _Edwapc Bean rd Underhill; India and the id 3bos by F. de W. Ward; The. Mis - I eer 7. Book, vol. i.; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    intimacy had taken place between herself and the defendant. Mary Hill was first introduced to her by Mr Hill, or Underhill, a musician, and she represented that she had been privately married to him. She passed by the name of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ASSIZES. SHREWSBURY, MONDAY, MtARCRi 19 CRIN. COf.- STRZY V. CREaa .-The partiesrin this action were both gentlemen of considerable fortune. The plaintiff resided at 'unstal-hail and possessed a fortune of about 4,0001. a year. The defendant was the son Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dunne and T. Smith, Liverpool, merchants. [Willis & Co. Tokenhouse yard. R. Manfield and J. Manfield, Thirsk, millers. [Wright & Underhill, Token- house yrard. W. Cattarall & W. Hind, Liverpool. drysalters. [Walmsley & Co Chancerylane. J. Morgan, jun. Bristol, silversmith. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The fugitive slave law, and its victims [microform ] ., 1856

    Gould, Hallo way, Jackson , John A. King, Preston King, Matteson, McKissock, Nelson , Putnam, Rumsey, Sackett, Schermerhorn, Schoolcraft, Thurman, Underhill , Silvester. New Jersey . - Hay, King. Pennsylvania . - Calvin, Chandler, Dickey, Freedley, Hampton , Howe , Subscribers-only content

    Jamaica papers: no.3 : statement of the committee and other documents., 1866

    deputation to Governor Eyre to present him with copies of the resolutions for transmission home. He also spoke at the Underhill meetings in Kingston and St. Thomas -in-the-East. The only offence of which he was known to be guilty was Subscribers-only content

    Jamaica papers: no.3 : statement of the committee and other documents., 1866

    had been arrested in Kingston , out of the martial law district, for the same crime of having attended the Underhill meeting, should be sent to Morant Bay for trial; and he was so sent on or about the 1st Subscribers-only content

    Blue Books on Jamaica., 1866

    has been partial, affecting only particular districts.' Even in thoso districts, however, I h ave not heard of tho extremo poverty and distress pictured by Uv. Underhill , nor has any such account found its way into the newspapers y- Subscribers-only content

    Blue Books on Jamaica., 1866

    in the House of Assembly of which he is a member. This Blue Book gives sundry reports of the " Underhill meetings," and then follows another despatch from Governor Eyre (No. 39) in which these passages occur :- In the Subscribers-only content

 

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