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  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, February 1737, 01 February 1737-28 February 1737

    Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Dodington, Lord Sundon, Mr. Winnington. Arthur Alnwick to be a t idewaiter and searcher at Alnmouth, Northumberland, loco James Greve, deceased, at the recommendation of Sir Wm. Middleton. The Levant Company's petition read for reduction

    Warrant Book, November 1704, 16-30, 01 November 1704-30 November 1704

    Moscrop as riding officer at Cardonnoch [Cardurnock ] loco William Churdon murthered. Edward Edwards as waiter and searcher at Aylmouth [Alnmouth ] loco Jos. Thompson dismissed. John Little as waiter and searcher within the District of the port of Carlisle.

    Index Of Persons And Places, A, 01 January 1704-31 December 1705

    his company of marines, 359. Allone , Abel Tassin d', pension for, 370. Allport , William, tidesman, Bristol port, 535. Alnmouth , Aylmouth, co. Northumberland, Customs officers at, 423. Alston , Zachius, servant to A. Row, petition, 466. Alvey ,

    Index, A, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    letter from, I. 221. Aigloby . See Aglionby. Aigremont , comte d', slain at Binche, I. 899. Ailmouthe . See Alnmouth. Ailsworth (Aylesworth), Ntht., I. g. 981 (85). Ailyf . See Ayliff. Aintree (Ayntre), Lanc., II. g. 107 (1). Aire

    Minute Book, October 1660, 01 October 1660-31 October 1660

    Northstead manor, co. Yorks, and the manors of Raunds and Rushden, co. Northants, and Gillingham, co. Kent, and fishings of Alnmouth, co. Northumberland, which were conveyed as security for the pay of Col. Geo. Fenwick's regiment, in which petitioner was

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ALLGOOD, Lancelot (1711-82), of Nunwick, Northumb.

    1725-36; sheriff, Northumb. 1746-7. Biography A large landowner and ‘the promoter of the corn road from Hexham to Alnmouth and the military way from Carlisle to Newcastle’, Allgood was ‘one of the most influential men in mid-Georgian Northumberland’.[footnote] When he

    ELLERKER, Sir Robert (by 1500-65/66), of Hulne Park, Northumb.

    among them that of the Black Friars’ house of Hulne Park, with two water mills and burgages and rents in Alnmouth, Alnwick and Howick, which he received in 1539.[footnote]Ellerker’s record during the Scottish wars of the next 20 years was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    started as on Friday afternoon, and reaching Gretna at one o'cloc k on Sdamonng, were muarried immediately.-Whietcaven Herald. DEATHS. At Alnmouth, on the 8th ult., Mr. John Adams, at the advanced age of 94. He was a man of peculiar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The reception was of a very enthusiastic character, and the scene altogether was very imposing. Addresses from the towns of Alnmouth and Dunbar were presented to her Majesty through Sir G. Grey on her road, and on the arrival of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    connection with the Royal National Life-Boat Institution, stationed on different points of the coast of the United Kingdom:-Bcrviclc-on-Tweed: Northumberland- Boulmer, Alnmouth, Ilaulcey, Newbiggin, and Cullercoats; Durham -Whithurn and Seaton Carew: Yorkslcire -Filey, Dridlington. and Hornsea; Suffolk-Lowestoft, Pakefield Southwold, Thorpeness, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    connection with the National Lifeboat Institution stationed on different points of the coast of the United Kingdom: - Berwick-on-Tweed. Northumberland-Boulmer, Alnmouth, Haux- ley, Newbiggin, Cullercoats. Durham-Saltburn, Whitburn, Seaton Carew. Yorkshire-Middlesborough, Redcar, Filey, Bridlington, Hornsea. Norfolk-Cromer, Mundesley, Bacton, Palling, Wintertou, Caister, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the crew of eight men from the brig Ann, of Blytb, which during a gale of wind was wrecked -near Alnmouth, Northumberland, on the 12th ult, It was reported that the shipwrecked crew had hardly been taken off before the Subscribers-only content

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