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  • BRIDPORT, a market town and municipal borough in the Western parliamentary division of Dorsetshire, England, 18 m.

  • Bridport was evidently of some importance before the Conquest, when it consisted of 120 houses rated for all the king's services and paying geld for five hides.

  • for the ancient farm of Bridport, and that the men of the town owed tallage to the amount of 53s.

  • Bridport was incorporated by James I.

  • The first existing grant of a market and fairs to Bridport is dated 1593, but it appears from the Quo Warranto Rolls that Edward I.

  • Bridport was represented in parliament by two members from 1395 to 1867.

  • SIR SAMUEL HOOD (1762-1814), British vice-admiral, cousin of Lord Hood and of Lord Bridport, entered the Royal Navy in 1776.

  • Bridport; -sted, -stead (0.

  • 13 frigates and 15 ~tnal1er vessels set sail from Brest, ~ carrying an expeditionary force of some 13,000 men under General Hoche~ The British fleet, under Lord Bridport, was wintering at Spithead; and before it could put to sea the French had slipped past.

  • Dialect poet William Barnes wrote on Bridport Harbor.

  • thirteenth century the fortunes of Bridport were on the up.

  • Alexander Hood, Viscount Bridport >>

  • BRIDPORT, a market town and municipal borough in the Western parliamentary division of Dorsetshire, England, 18 m.

  • Bridport was evidently of some importance before the Conquest, when it consisted of 120 houses rated for all the king's services and paying geld for five hides.

  • for the ancient farm of Bridport, and that the men of the town owed tallage to the amount of 53s.

  • Bridport was incorporated by James I.

  • The first existing grant of a market and fairs to Bridport is dated 1593, but it appears from the Quo Warranto Rolls that Edward I.

  • Bridport was represented in parliament by two members from 1395 to 1867.

  • SIR SAMUEL HOOD (1762-1814), British vice-admiral, cousin of Lord Hood and of Lord Bridport, entered the Royal Navy in 1776.

  • Bridport; -sted, -stead (0.

  • 13 frigates and 15 ~tnal1er vessels set sail from Brest, ~ carrying an expeditionary force of some 13,000 men under General Hoche~ The British fleet, under Lord Bridport, was wintering at Spithead; and before it could put to sea the French had slipped past.

  • By the early thirteenth century the fortunes of Bridport were on the up.

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