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Hallifax, and its gibbet-law placed in a true light. Together with a description of the town. Get this from a library. Halifax, and its gibbet-law placed in a true light: Together with a description of the town. [William Bentley, (Parish clerk of Halifax)]. Hallifax: and its gibbet-law placed in a true light.
Together with a description of the town ; the Nature of the Soil ; the Temper and Disposition of the People ; the Antiquity of its Customary Law, and the reasonableness thereof: With an Account of the Gentry, and other Eminent Persons Born and Inhabiting within the said Town, and the Liberties thereof: With many other Matters and Things of.
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Samuel was imprisoned for debt in York Castle in and was three times incarcerated in Halifax Jail for debt.
Midgley, Samuel. Halifax and its Gibbet-Law Placed in a true light: together with a description of the town, the nature of the soil, the temper and disposition of the people, the antiquity of its customary law, and the reasonableness thereof, etc.
London, printed by J. How, for William Bentley, at Hallifax, in Yorkshire, First Rating: % positive. fare in Halifax. But this famous law has a special book devoted to it: Hallifax and its Gibbet-Law placed in a true Light.
This is stated to be printed at London for William Bentley, But Lowndes says the real author was Dr. Samuel Midgley. It contains a woodcut of the gibbet, and gives an account of. My 70 Years Musical Memories, by Midgley, Samuel and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at titled ‘Halifax, and Its Gibbet-Law Placed in a True Light.
Together with a Description of the Town.’ Local historians, however, have suggested that John Brearcliff the parish clerk, who died inwas the real author of the original manuscript which Midgley copied. Hallifax, and its gibbet-law placed in a true light; Hampshire History; Hampshire, England, Allegations for Marriage Licences, Free Index; Hampshire, England, Extracted Parish Records; Hand Book to St Andrews; Handbook of Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk & Cambridgeshire ().
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