2 edition of An impartial account of the dispute between Sir Thomas Beevor, Bart. and John Money, Esq found in the catalog.
An impartial account of the dispute between Sir Thomas Beevor, Bart. and John Money, Esq
by Printed and sold by P. Gedge, Jun. Bury, and Norwich. Sold also by Kirkman and Oney, London in [Bury]
Written in English
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1. THE LIFE OF SIR HUMPHRY DAVY, BART. &c. &c. CHAPTER I. Birth and family of Sir H. Davy.—Davy placed at a preparatory school.—His peculiarities when a boy.—Anecdotes.—He is admitted into the grammar-school at Penzance.—Finishes his education under Dr. Cardew at Truro.—Death of his father.—He is apprenticed by his mother to Mr. John Bingham Borlase, a . Sir Thomas is Sir Thomas Osborne, her cousin, a note of whose career will be found attached to the next letter. January 2nd, SIR,–If there were anything in my letter that pleased you I am extremely glad on't, 'twas all due to you, and made it but an equal return for the satisfaction yours gave me.
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Fish Market, on the site of the present, covered in and paved. Covering removed in Robert Sydney, Earl of Leicester, K.G., High Steward of the Borough. 27 Nicholas Felton, Bishop of Ely, died. 42 —A gift of silver plate was presented to Sir Thomas Beevor, Bart., at Hethel, by the Chairman and Committees of Chief Constables in Humbleyard and adjacent Hundreds, as “a testimonial of esteem and respect and approbation of the able and upright manner in which he had discharged the duties of a magistrate for more than half a.
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Debs. President Grover Cleveland ordered federal troops to Chicago to end the strike.Account book for materials supplied from the estate Cholmondeley Estates Company number 1 account book Houghton Social Club account book Cholmondeley Estates Company petty cash book Farm rental book (all farms) Rent account book (Marquess of Cholmondeley's East Anglican estate) Sir Theodore Martin considers that there is a strong presumption against the truth of the above account of Sir Thomas's death, in his entire silence during the long period which elapsed between the publication of his last work andthe date of the Restoration of Charles II.