1 edition of Act for repairing the roads from Doncaster, through Ferry-bridge, to the South-side of Tadcaster-Cross; and also from Ferry-bridge, to Weatherby, and from thence to Borough-bridge, in the County of York. found in the catalog.
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An agreement which he should produce, would put the plaintiff out of Court. An abstract of all the acts passed in the fourth session of the sixth parliament of Great Britain: and in the Twelfth Year of the Reign of our most Gracious Sovereign Lord King George. Greenwood, the rector of Thomhill, in his interest for the election of Knight of the Shire.
Derby, Ashborne and Hurdloe House Road 1335 221.Clayton West, on Wednesday, November 27th, 1872. Before leaving Edinburgh, Lord George Murray had despatched a number of prisoners to Logierait; and the following letter shows how rigid were the instructions which he peremptorily sent to his brother, the Marquis of Tullibardine, at Perth. It appeared, that the defendant who is a plasterer, either actuated by a malicious motive, or perhaps in sport, threw a trowel full of lime into the face of the plaintiff's son, a fine boy of 14 years of age, the consequence of which, was the total loss of the sight of one of his eyes— from an inflammation, produced by a portion of the lime, which unfortunately had got into it.
The Depositing Society Have for their object, to improve and from thence to Borough-bridge condition of the poor, by inciting them to diligence and habits of economy; encouraging them to deposit any sum of money weekly with a committee of ladies, who allow small premiums upon every shilling that is deposited with them. n Available via the World Wide Web.
Account of cash paid by Thomas Core on the order and for the use of George Baker from 31 May 1761 to 31 May 1762. LIN- GAR D's HISTORY of ENGLAND, from the first Invasion, by the Romans, to the Death of Charles I.
To Weatherby statutes at large, from Magna Charta to … 1869 …• The Ancient Bridges of Wales and•Richard Kay appeared in the Court of the Lord the King, at Heaton [Kirkheaton], to do suit and fealty on being admitted to a messuage and lands at Brokholes, in Thurstonland,-his father, Thomas Kay, being then deceased,-and paid xvd.
An interesting letter in the Appendix of this work, will be found relative to the social state of the Chevalier St. " Ordered, That the said Bill be committed to the Consideration of the Lords Committees aforenamed: Their Lordships, or any Five of them; to meet at the usual Time and Place, on Monday next; and to adjourn as they please.at the feast of annuncyacon of our Lady and Seyut Michel tharchangell, by even porcons. Five children were the issue of this marriage. Philip Wood in the Library of Congress Name Authority File:• Majesty personified, these Early English transepts are in themselves broad and long and lofty enough to furnish a nave for many another cathedral.
On the 18th of May, the Ebor was running between Wakefield and Aber- ford. A subscriber of three shillings per quarter, may, if they think proper, recommend one object to receive five shillings, and a subscriber of six shillings, two objects, who may each of them receive five shillings, or one woman when she lies in may receive ten shillings, or one poor widow or sick person may receive nine-pence per week during the quarter.
, when Richard Charlsworth, of Totties, farmed them under the Crown, by which he greatly enriched himself.
—The Lynn Coach and Mail daily.
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