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List of Acts of the Parliament of Great Britain, 1740–59 - Wikipedia ...


17; Doncaster and Salter's Brook Road Act 1740 c. 31; Doncaster and ... 3; Wiltshire Roads Act 1742 c. ..... 35; Denbigh and Carnarvon Roads Act 1757 c.

Wiltshire Council - Wiltshire Community History Get Community ...


On the lower slopes to the east are the railway and the main A36 road from Salisbury to ... the Earls of Pembroke (1551-1647) and the Earls of Radnor (1757 -1801). ... In 1809 under the Enclosure Act of 1801 they were reorganised into 3 ...

Frome Turnpike

www.turnpikes.org.uk/Somerset - Frome.htm

... 23<sup>rd</sup> Sept 2013). This trust was created in 1757 as a town-centred trust. ... List of Acts ... B3092 Frome to Maiden Bradley (Wilts) and road leading to Longleat.

the Bristol Bridge riot - Bradley University


On the last leg of their journey, from Bath to Bristol, the road was crowded with spectators; ... A new act of parliament exempted the colliers from paying any tolls, but more riots occurred over the ... The others were tried in Wiltshire because there was too much local sympathy for them. ...... BRO, Committee Book, 1757-99 , p.

Full text of "Wiltshire notes and queries" - Internet Archive


63 Autograph of John Smith, 1757 . .... Wiltshire Notes and Queries. taken at the close of the reign of Charles II, probably ..... Ruskin Road, Tottenham, Middx. ..... law shall appoynt by act or deed in his life tyme or by his last Will and testament.

Through the Whole Island : Excursions in Great Britain


Cary's survey of the high roads from London to Hampton Court, Bagshot, Oakingham. ..... in the West of England Division, including Wilts and Dorsetshire, referred to in the .... The National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act of 1949, provided the ..... William Combe (1742-1823) and Thomas Rowlandson ( 1757-1827)

Apprenticeship in England | Learn | FamilySearch.org


The Stamp Act of 1709 put a tax on the indenture which resulted in a ... record until 1808 (described below) and after 1757 the indenture was generally replaced ... In one case an apothecary in Wiltshire received £60 and four hundredweight of ... of The Dungeon, Earl Court Road, London, who died in 1977 , once advertised ...

Gothic Fiction - Chronology - Adam Matthew Publications


John Ivory Talbot makes alterations to Lacock Abbey, Wiltshire, in the Gothic style . Completion of ... Birth of William Blake (1757-1827), visionary poet and artist. Death of ... Militia Act passed enabling local forces to be raised by ballot. ..... Publication of Holcroft's “The Road to Ruin”, perhaps the earliest English melodram...

Wiltshire - Yorkshire


Letter re. a dispute about repair of a road? across a common?, 1743. May relate to ... Act of Parliament for disafforestation of Malvern Chase, 1665. .... 1710, 1712, 1757; Shibden Hall accounts, 1711-1718, 1726-45; account book of Samuel.

Archival Collections: Enclosure Records - University Archives


Aislaby, Cropton, Middleton, Wrelton and Hartoft Enclosure Act, 1765. ANLABY ( East ... Enclosure Agreement (Barmston), 15 March 1757. Enclosure Award ...

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Roads | British History Online


Appendix: list of turnpike Acts relating to roads in Wiltshire ..... after the road to Swindon and beyond (36) was turnpiked in 1757–8, the Act was allowed to lapse .

Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom/George II - Wikisource ...


Apr 26, 2012 ... 2; Maidenhead and Reading, etc., Roads Act 1727 c. ..... 36; Wiltshire Roads Act 1736 c. ...... 35; Denbigh and Carnarvon Roads Act 1757 c.

The Great Bath Road, 1700-1830 - Bath Spa University


end of the road to Bath not one but two equally important routes into the city, via Devizes ...... Wiltshire's family connections helped in the attainment of this success .... at the Guildhall, the first convened under the renewal Act of 1757 was at the.

Turnpikes - Law Commission


The first turnpike Act was passed in 1663 to set up a turnpike road in. Wadesmill ..... Tewkesbury to Swindon (Wiltshire). • Tewkesbury to ... subsequently continued by an Act of 1745 (c.18) and an Act of 1757 (c.64). All these. Acts are proposed ...

Comprehensive View


These left money to improve roads, create new works in the church and endow ... Despite this act of appropriation, Trowbridge was a prosperous medieval town, .... Built in 1757 it had originally had both stocks and a ducking stool alongside it.