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  • * British History Online * *

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    Misc. MSS Box 91 [C], 1552-55 (nos 317-62)

    lordships commaundement to view and oversee a varyaunce in the parishe of Saint Bennet at Pouleswharfe of London Betwene Anthony Hill, mercer, plaintyf on the one partie, and William Bonner, carpenter, defendaunte on the other partie, Whiche thinge and varyaunce

    Warrant Book, October 1703, 16-31, 01 October 1703-31 October 1703

    not being qualified according to law. John Pearce (an extraordinary tidesman at Plymouth) as tidesman in fee ibid loco Anthony Hill deceased. Out Letters ( Customs ) XIV , pp. 293, 294, 295. Treasury reference to the Customs Commissioners of

    Warrant Books, February 1715, 1-10, 01 February 1715-10 February 1715

    mate of the Dover Customs sloop loco George Watson, dismissed. John Hill as an established tidesman at Hull loco Anthony Hill. John Goldham, junr., as a landwaiter, London port, loco Samuell Broughton, superannuated, at the established allowance, out of which

    Charles I - volume 136, February 16-28, 1629, 16 February 1629-28 February 1629

    Hone, Capt. Edward Yates, Lieut.-Col. Walter Norton, Serjeant-Major Richard Bowles, Thomas Ford, administrator to Benjamin Oughtred, Lieutenant to Capt. Anthony Hill, Daniel Bucanus, William Trumbull, David Portius and Nathaniel Geerloof, Sir Edward Harwood, and Capt. Elphinstone. Feb. 19. 25. Accompt Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Books, May 1714, 1-10, 01 May 1714-10 May 1714

    in the inferior list, London port, loco Edward Hill, deceased. Mathew Stott as a tidesman in Bridlington port loco Anthony Hill, deceased. Robert Castell as a tidesman in Yarmouth port loco Henry Sayer, deceased. John Houlden as a watchman in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    months from the date of his vesting order, Discharged on hail : James Corden the younger, Thomas Charles Davis, Anthony Hill, slid John Wilkinison. The business of the Court terminated at four o'clncek. - ~~~~~~AL5)ILt11J055, AcCooserN TO A WAGOONEna.-LOa Saturday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ot, D. Johnson, s. Lamb, J. thuton, I. Dixon, E. Perrin, J. Willis, G. Holloway, C. Alicock, W. West, Anthony Hill, W. G. Hopkins, A. W. Heath, I. Flinn, Nil. W1est, .1. Cooper ,&c., &-c. Colonel White, after explaining that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MERTHYR TynFIL, PLYM1OUTH IRONWOnaS,- Those old-established andwell-knowa ironwvorks, to the creation and improvement of which the late proprietor, Mr. Anthony Hill, devoted a valuable life-time, have recently been purchased from his trastees for a quarter of a mnillion sterling by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    working iron in the ncighbourhood, havitg discovered that a track of ground, tbIe property of Lord Egremont, promised well. Anthony Hill found that this laud was 600 acres in extent, andl though at most valuable possession Wlas not in higl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £65 EACH, fSI pier DEPOSIT, 7X2 10s, PER SHARE. A ion PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE. la Vill The Earl of Clarendon, Anthony Hill, Esq. it at Tile Earl of Desart, PhilipJ ones, Esq. hi am The Lord Viscount Emlyn, David Lewfili`suj. M.P. Subscribers-only content

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