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Definition for word burgh.

Burgh Burgh, n. [OE. See Burg.] A borough or incorporated town, especially, one in Scotland. See Borough.


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- a burgh ˈ , b , ʌr , ə was an autonomous corporate entity in scotland and northern england , usually a town . created the first royal burgh s.
- a royal burgh was a type of scottish burgh which had been founded by, or subsequently granted, a royal charter . many of the former burghs
- a burgh of barony was a type of scottish town (burgh ). burghs of barony were distinct from royal burgh s, as the title was granted to a
- a police burgh was a scottish burgh which had adopted a “police system” for governing the town. they existed from 1833 to 1975.
- burgh by sands. (audio en-uk-burghbysands. ogg , ˈ , b , r , ʌ , f bruff is a village and civil parish in the city of carlisle district
- burgh-le-marsh is a town to the west of skegness in the east lindsey district of lincolnshire , england the a158 used to run through
- burgh (' , b , ɜː , g) is a village and civil parish in the suffolk coastal district of suffolk , england , about 3.5 , mi , 0 north-
- medieval fortifications , other uses small yes- file:alcazar de segovia. jpg , the alcázar of segovia in spain overlooking the city file:
- burgh's gym is modeled after a beehive and features many of his works of art. he is friends with lenora. in black 2 and white 2, burgh is
- burgh is a town in the dutch province of zeeland . it is a part of the municipality of schouwen-duiveland , and lies about 23 km north of
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Burghal Burgh"al, a. Belonging to a burgh.


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- the burghal hidage is an anglo-saxon document providing a list of over thirty after listing all the burghs version a of the burghal hidage
- jawbat burghal (جوبة برغال) is a town in northwestern syria , administratively part of the latakia governorate , located east of latakia
- a burgh ˈ , b , ʌr , ə was an autonomous corporate entity in scotland and northern england , usually a town . created the first royal burgh s.
- alfred's burghal system was revolutionary in its strategic conception and potentially expensive in its execution. his contemporary
- eorpeburnan is the first place identified in the burghal hidage , a document also the relative size of burghal defences and their garrisons.
- the following list includes all effective burghs in scotland from the coming into earlier burghal history post union parliamentary burgh
- a tenth-century document, now known as the burghal hidage so named as winchester , exeter , york , burgh castle , portchester and dover .
- this system is recorded in a 10th-century document known as the burghal hidage , which details the location and garrisoning requirements
- a burgh of barony was a type of scottish town (burgh ). for instance, in 1957 lord lyon introduced distinctive 'burghal coronets' to be
- the amount of taxation required to maintain each town was laid down in a document known as the burghal hidage . each lord had his



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Burghal Burgh"al, a. Belonging to a burgh.


Wiki for burghals.

- the burghal hidage is an anglo-saxon document providing a list of over thirty after listing all the burghs version a of the burghal hidage
- jawbat burghal (جوبة برغال) is a town in northwestern syria , administratively part of the latakia governorate , located east of latakia
- a burgh ˈ , b , ʌr , ə was an autonomous corporate entity in scotland and northern england , usually a town . created the first royal burgh s.
- alfred's burghal system was revolutionary in its strategic conception and potentially expensive in its execution. his contemporary
- eorpeburnan is the first place identified in the burghal hidage , a document also the relative size of burghal defences and their garrisons.
- the following list includes all effective burghs in scotland from the coming into earlier burghal history post union parliamentary burgh
- a tenth-century document, now known as the burghal hidage so named as winchester , exeter , york , burgh castle , portchester and dover .
- this system is recorded in a 10th-century document known as the burghal hidage , which details the location and garrisoning requirements
- a burgh of barony was a type of scottish town (burgh ). for instance, in 1957 lord lyon introduced distinctive 'burghal coronets' to be
- the amount of taxation required to maintain each town was laid down in a document known as the burghal hidage . each lord had his



Help for word Burghbote.

Burghbote Burgh"bote`, n. [Burgh + bote.] (Old Law) A contribution toward the building or repairing of castles or walls for the defense of a city or town.


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- subjects of an anglo-saxon king were required to yield three services: bridge-bote (repairing bridge s and roads), burgh-bote (building



Help for word Burghbrech.

Burghbrech Burgh"brech`, n. [Burgh + F. br[`e]che, equiv. to E. breach.] (AS. Law) The offense of violating the pledge given by every inhabitant of a tithing to keep the peace; breach of the peace. --Burrill.


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Help for word burghe.

Antiburgher An`ti*burgh"er, n. (Eccl. Hist.) One who seceded from the Burghers (1747), deeming it improper to take the Burgess oath., Burgher Burgh"er, n. [From burgh; akin to D. burger, G. b["u]rger, Dan. borger, Sw. borgare. See Burgh.] 1. A freeman of a burgh or borough, entitled to enjoy the privileges of the place; any inhabitant of a borough. 2. (Eccl. Hist.) A member of that party, among the Scotch seceders, which asserted the lawfulness of the burgess oath (in which burgesses profess ``the true religion professed within the realm'), the opposite party being called antiburghers. Note: These parties arose among the Presbyterians of Scotland, in 1747, and in 1820 reunited under the name of the ``United Associate Synod of the Secession Church.', Burghermaster Burgh"er*mas`ter, n. See Burgomaster., Burghership Burgh"er*ship, n. The state or privileges of a burgher.


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- twenty tenements and houses w th in shuttleworth in the lordshippe of burghe bury, beinge all the houses w th in shuttleworth afforesaid who
- one walter de burghe is recorded in a thirteenth-century roll of arms (walford roll) as bearing a red cross on his shield. when walter de
- peter langtoft , writing in the 13th century, claimed that egbert of wessex had been received at 'burghe conane', which is often
- alsua it is ordanyt that na thigar be thollyt to thyg nor bege nothir in burghe nor to lande betuix xiiij and iij score and ten of



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Burgher Burgh"er, n. [From burgh; akin to D. burger, G. b["u]rger, Dan. borger, Sw. borgare. See Burgh.] 1. A freeman of a burgh or borough, entitled to enjoy the privileges of the place; any inhabitant of a borough. 2. (Eccl. Hist.) A member of that party, among the Scotch seceders, which asserted the lawfulness of the burgess oath (in which burgesses profess ``the true religion professed within the realm'), the opposite party being called antiburghers. Note: These parties arose among the Presbyterians of Scotland, in 1747, and in 1820 reunited under the name of the ``United Associate Synod of the Secession Church.'


Wiki for Burgher.

- burgher may refer to: a citizen of a borough or town, especially one belonging to middle class. a resident of a burgh a grand burgher
- burghers are a eurasian ethnic group, historically from sri lanka , consisting for the most part of male-line descendants of european
- the anti-burghers were opponents of the burgher oath on theological grounds. in 1733 the first secession from the church of scotland
- the middle dutch burgher, the german bürger, the modern english burgess , and the polish burżuazja, which occasionally is synonymous
- burgher recreation club is a first-class cricket team based in colombo , sri lanka . history : date july 2010 current squad: nalin priyadarshana
- during european middle ages, citizenship was usually associated with cities and towns, see burgher , grand burgher (german großbürger) and
- the middle class is a class of people in the middle of a societal hierarchy. in weberian socio-economic terms, the middle class is the
- the term was close in meaning to the germanic term wikt:burgher , burgher , a formally defined class in medieval german cities, (middle
- in the scottish church of the 18th and 19th centuries, a burgher was a member of that party amongst the seceders which asserted the
- since before the 15th century the group of legally coequal 'burghers' started to split into three different groups: hereditary grand-
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