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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Great Wilbraham Education

    Great Wilbraham Education EDUCATION. Schoolmasters were reported in 1610 and 1665. 13 In 1686 a dissenter was keeping a school. 14 In 1818 two day schools taught 44 children, 15 and there were three dame schools with c .

    Parishes Clifton

    Parishes Clifton CLIFTON Clistone (xi cent.). The parish of Clifton includes an outlying portion of the market town of Shefford . Clifton village lies to the south of the parish, near to the road from Shefford to Hitchin ,

    Kencot Social history 53. The Old School House , formerly the village school 54. The Carter Institute

    Kencot Social history SOCIAL HISTORY Status, Wealth, and Social Mobility In the Middle Ages Kencot was largely a community of unfree peasants on the classic manorial model, though with mostly non-resident lords; 1 from the 16th century, however, it

    Parishes Todenham

    Parishes Todenham TODENHAM The parish of Todenham lies in the north-east corner of the county, its northern and south-eastern boundaries being the county boundary with Warwickshire ; it is three miles north-east of Moreton -inMarsh and four miles south-west

    Barmby Moor

    Barmby Moor BARMBY MOOR The parish of Barmby Moor lies 11 miles east of York astride the York-Hull trunk road and close to the market- town of Pocklington . 1 The village was probably a Scandinavian settlement, 'Barne's farm';

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hbiadttau. I IEITHlYDDIAETH. O Syr,-A gaf fi roddi cais bychan a flnen cich gobeb- sa Nvyr. Hen Gymra par vyf fi erioed, and y dyddian w~ diweddaf hyn yr wyf wedi myned yn fwy a Gymno nag O o'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. TO1iORROW;, Dec. 29, the MERCIJANT of VENICE-; Shylock, Mr. Kean. And HARLEQUIN and the FLYING CHLEST.-Tucsday, Guy Mannering. And the new Pantomime.-Wednesday, the Hypocrite. And the l':atornime.-Thursday. the Begear's Opera; Capt. Machbroth, Madarme Vestris; l'olly, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHRISTIAN IDENCE SOCIETY.-The Tr lane, on sion will be held at the Crown and Rl o,-Subject1 Addisn; which TUES'i DAY Evening, the 20th itose. at Seveh Eev. Mr SMadbe, at dEssex street if not defended, the Lecture delivered by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BLESSINGS OF THE NEW POLICE. It is very generally believed, that we are approaching seme imporlant crisis, and that the condition of Britain is about to undergo sonic materiel change; but wherein this change shall consist, or of what Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. Party is the madness of many for the gain of a few.-PoPs. THE KING'S SPEECH. Salomans, the German musician, explained in his broad bad E91nglish, to a royal scholar anxious to know his degree of proficiency} Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    London debates, 1799

    London debates 1799 2198 . January 11, 1799 Westminster Forum 'Is Mr. Pope's dictum, inculcated throughout his Essay on Man, founded on truth or ascribable to an erroneous judgment, Whatever is, is right?' Morning Chronicle 2199 . January 14,

    London debates, 1798

    London debates. 1798 2122 . January 1, 1798 Westminster Forum 'Was the following Assertion of that illustrious Statesman Mr. Fox founded on Truth - It is not the particular Form of Government, but the integrity of its Rulers, that

    Corporation Miscellanea, Miscellaneous documents

    Corporation Miscellanea Miscellaneous documents Bonds. 1687 1701. [On several slips of paper, tied in bundles. ] 2 January 1687. Herbert James, stonemason; Thomas James, stonemason; and Richard Davies, sailor, are bound to John Richards and Alexander Pursell, Bailiffs. Witnessed

    Report on the Charities of the Merchant Taylors' Company

    Report on the Charities of the Merchant Taylors' Company MERCHANT TAYLORS' COMPANY. Mr. Hare's Report. TO THE CHARITY COMMISSIONERS FOR ENGLAND AND WALES. In pursuance of a Minute of the Board of the 7th day of November 1862, I

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ELLICE, Edward (1783-1863), of Wyke House, nr. Brentford, Mdx.

    ELLICE, Edward (1783-1863), of Wyke House, nr. Brentford, Mdx. Constituency Dates Coventry 1818 1826 Coventry 1830 17 Sept. 1863 Ofifces Held Sec. to treasury Nov. 1830-Aug. 1832; PC 3 Apr. 1833; sec. at war Apr. 1833-Dec. 1834. Biography Ellice,


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