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You searched for: Place: "Aisby", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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    Charles II, June 1673, 01 June 1673-30 June 1673

    Charles II June 1673 June 1673 June 1. 12 noon. The Royal Charles , at anchor 6 leagues off East Capell. Prince Rupert to Lord [Arlington ] . Wind N.E. I sent away Col. Howard yesterday, express to London, Subscribers-only content British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Humby, Little Hlumby, Rcipsley. Cold Harbour. Spittlegate, pa 'eili Harrowby, Grentham, ifough~ton, Braceby, Elacebly, Somerby. all ish IHighSomnerby,Lowdomerby.Dumh~leby. Londonthorpe, Aisby, la Oseby. 1-laydlor, N,'elby, Helton, Gi'lffle; Syston, Gi-eat Goiserby, B t ght Middle Gonerby,'Wiantlsicpe coom Little Gofierby, Blitkstoto of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    : tk by double entry. State salary required. Box 1N, Posbteloec, Blradford. 1147455 A S CLEP, COLLECTOR, &c.-A RE-ENOAGE51ENT Required, Aisby a truotwsotthy young marrie d man, not entirely dependent npon e saltar ,llas a knowledge of French end Gee1rual, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and Fh; 411 ,f. 8,-i. tugie; two wrsoughr-Isot cupolase, two foundry canto dki-iteglslutr end elevators, steam Punching end shoes-lng J Aisby Collier and Go.; single-ended do., by Bootl double- to' yes-.l serticai drilling macbins; Mlld. double-geared slide and geo lateo'oo Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    young person as BRIP; small salarv; comfort- -v.w able home; servant kept; one childl. Apply lire. 3. 'P. Selby, Aisby Farma, Aisby, _Grantham.___________ W ANTED, strong Girl as Domecatic. Apply 84, Lonis-street. GENERAZ SERVANT wentnd, at, once, in Weslsya minlister's Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Welby, passing thence from, in, through, or into the several parishes, townships, and extra-parochial and other places of Welby, Haydor, Aisby, Oselvy, Culverthorpe. Kelby, Wilsford, Hauleck, Silk Willoughby, North Rauceby, South Rauceby, Quarrington, Old Sleaford, New Slea- ford, and Holdinghani, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Welby, passing thence from, in, through, or into the several parishes, townships, and extra-parochial and other places of Welby, Haydor, Aisby, Oseby, Culverthorpe, Kelby, Wilsford, Hanheck, Silk Willoughby, North Rauceby, South Ranceby, Quarrington, Old Sleaford, New Slea- ford, and Holdingham, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Welby, passing thence from, in, through, or into the several parishes, townships, and extra-parochial and other places of Welby, Haydor, Aisby, Oseby, Culverthorpe, Kelby, Wilsford, Hanheck, Silk Willoughby, North Rauceby, South Rauceby, Quarrington, Old Sleaford, New Slea- ford, and Holdingham, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Nov. 10. J. Goodman, Atcl.am, Shropshire, innkeeper, at twelve, at the Temporary Shire Hall, Shrewsbury - Nov. 21. T. W. Aisby, Brighton, Sussex, builder, at one, at the Town-hall, Brighton. CERTIFICATES- Nov. 7. W. and F. Fincher, Ley Bridge, Devonshire, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Humby, Little Humby, Ropsley, Cold Harbour, Spittlegate. Harrowby, Grantham, Houghton, Braeeby, Haceby, Somerby, High Somerby, Low So- merby, Dumbleby, Londontherpe, Aisby, Oseby, Haydor, Welby, Belton, Gipple. Syston, Great Gonerby, Middle Gouerby, Man- thorpe cum Little Gonerby, Barkston otherwise Barkston in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    wise Wyllingham-by-Stow, Cpton, Kexhy, i; ar,h mi r , • . Springthorpe, Stourgate otherwise Sturgate, Great and' f nl. Lomngham, Aisby, Somerby. Gainsborough otherwise triril burgh otherwioe Gainsboio, Pilham, Gilby, Bivt- >n oth riv? Blj ton cum- Wharton, Blyton, East Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Aisthorpe otherwise Easthorpe, WUttngham other wise Wyllmghani-by-Stow lpton, Kexhy, Heapham T>» Spi-ingthorpe, Stourgate otherwise Sturgate, Great nl i^- ' Corringham, Aisby. Somerby. Gainsborough otherwise r£,-\, I burgh otherwi.e Gainsboro, Pilham. Gilly, Blyton othX..'i Blytou cum-Wharton, Blyton, East Wharton Scotter Dud,..? Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and township, Thorpe-in-Fallow3, Coates, Aisthorpo, Brattlery, Cammeriughatn, Ingham, Filling- bum, Gientworth, liarpsweil, Hemsweli, lleapham, Spring- thoire, Gieat corringham, Little Corringham, Aisby, Yaw- tboipe, Dunstall, Willoughton, Pilham, Gilby, B'yton, Blytoi- cnre-Whai ton, Laughton, Wildsworth, Gunthorpe, O wston, Ei3t- louiid, Craiselound (otherwise Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Easthorpc, WUlingham other- wi -.. Wyllingham-by-Stow Cpton, Kexby, H-apliam, Lea, Spri:i' tbiirpe, Stourgate otherwise Sturgato, Great and Littie «'.i: -ineh-uii, Aisby, Somerby. Gainsborough otherwise Gains- i.-ii.'i otherwioe Gainsboro, Pilhain, GUby, Blyton otherwise C. i m en .i-VVhaitoii, Blyton, East Wharton, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Cold Harbour, % il.-v. Harrowiry, Grantham, Houghton, Braceby, - uieri f, High Somerby, Low Somerby, pum- :. -- i. „-sliurps-, Aisby, ,(|seby, Baydor. Wclby, - i.r.ph, S\ston, Gra* Gpnerbv, Jliddle Go- . M iiitiiorpe-cum-Little Gonerby, Baikston other- B-uk-stou in the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Humby, Littie Humby, Ropsley, Cold Harbour, Bp-ttlegate, Harrowby, Grantham, Houghton; Braceby, Haceby, Somerby, High Somerby, Low Somerby, Dum- Weby, Londontoorpe, Aisby, Oseby, Haydor, Welby, Belton, Gipple, Syston, Great Gonerby, Middle Go- nerby, Manthorpe-cum-Littie Gonerby, Barkston other- irfse Barkston m the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Humby, Little Huniby, Ropsley, Cold Harbour, Spit-legate, Harrowby, Grantham, Houghton,' Braceby, Hacehy, Somerby, High Somerby, Low Somerby, Duni- hleby, Londouthorpe, Aisby, Oseby, Haydor, Welby, Belton, Gipple, Syston, Great Gonerby, Middle Go- nerby, Manthorpe-cum-Liule Gonerby, Barkston other- wise Barkston m tlie Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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