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    Cases before the Committee, February 1652, 01 February 1652-28 February 1652

    3 years' lease granted to him in 1652 by the County Committee as the highest bidder of New Etall, Berry Hills, 2 water-mills, and all tithes, & c., sequestered from Rob. Carr, rent 300 l ., taxes being deducted. 106 Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    adjoinsing, and Seveotteen 1so Acres isres; or lees,, of gslod. Arable, Siloditlsi, alnt Pasture vat LA NiO, sitisaite lit Berry Hills, in tile Parishi (is Ei'kliisgtsssl, lii the Cosultv of York, aiid lost occuplied by Robert Gregg, The absose Property Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Beetals. '1'hrsa.rear.old FillyfotarIset odd, W. Gloirkes,Aoishiy; 2, It I'lsnlseld, 'rhicklslby. Three-year-old Colt or Filly for l~ts.; 5, 11. Wolls, Berry Hills; 2, T. Scott, Biroeon Close. 'These-peer-ald Cost or Eilly for the road, E. Shepherd, Hsdssls 2 C. Itowle-on Bhidir Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    sister woulid have to go alocie to 'Jarthorpe. HO wise carryinig something like a bag. Johln Wells, residing at Berry Hills, near Kirklington, said that shottily beforo seven o'clock on Tuesslay, the 'bth MiV last, be saw the deceased and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Thomas, Camerton, Somersetshire, mealman Petitpierre Edw. and F. South-str. Finsbury-sqr. merchants Pitts and Collison, Beverley, Yorkshire, mercers Rose Mat. Berry Hills, Packington, Leicestershire, farmer Rose John, Ibstock, Leicestershire, grocer and baker Scott William, jun. Norwich, confectioner Simkins Isaac, Store-str. Bedford-square, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Stone, Staffordshire' grocer.- John Rose, Ibstock, Leicestershire, gro' cer. - Thomas Parker, Camerton, Somerset, meal, man. - Matthew Rose. Berry Hills, Leicester, f ar * mer.- Thos. Pitts and Thos. Collison, Beverley Yorkshire, mercers.- Francis Petitpierre, Fi D ». bury-square. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Mr. (J. R. Fergusson. AT SNIBSTONE, Two miles from Coalville Station, on tha Leicester and Burton Line, The " Berry Hills" Farm, 38 J aires, of which 15 acres are grass, good farm, house and buildings in centre of land. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    by Mr. C. R. Fergusson. AT SNIBSTONE, Two miles from Coalville Station, on the Leicester and Burton Line, The" Berry Hills" Farm, 38_ acres, of whioh 15 acres are grass, good farm, house and buildings in centre of land. The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    R. - erguasoD. AT BNIBSTONE. Two miles from Coalville Station, on the Leicester and Burton Line, / The " Berry Hills" Farm, 38J acres, of which 15 acres are grass, good farm, house and buildings in centre of land. The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Mr. Orton, fishmonger, Coalville. Wounded. John Whitfield, aged 54, engine driver, Burton, .-;.; vere scalds. Allen Ford, aged 54, Berry Hills, Packington, col- liery engineer, compound fracture of the left leg. Laurie William Uholerton, aged 27, Burton, stoker, severe scalds. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to accept the vacant seat. - A complaint was made about the dangerous state of a footpath in the Berry Hills, and the Rev. Titley waa deputed to see the owner of the land, with a view of reducing the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the White Lion tan, _«__■ Attorneys, Mr. Turner, Bath; and Mr. Price, New-square, La- coin's lun, London. M. Rose, Berry Hills, Packington, Leicestershire, farmer, ljeil s. *, and 27, at eleven, at the White Hart Inn, Asfcby im aa _____> Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    drapers' assistant, in. 1 late of Richmond, *_- .1 and ordered to he discharged forthwith. WM. WELLS, late of Berry Hills, Holme -euio-i . grave, near hUpe.n, fanners tmninttint nut M-Mg r imoppo-ee!. The insolvent, in his parti. -uiai-s, illeife.l Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of 98, Oxford-street, Manchester, Lancashire, Surgeon; and formerly of Bridlington, York- shire, out of business. WILLIAM WELLS, late of Berry Hills, Holme-cum- Howgrave, near Ripon, Yorkshire, Farmer's Servant, previously Farmer. JAMES HERBERT, late of No. 11, Fossgate, York, and also Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    mare or horse pony, under 14 hands high, to be ridden, £1 ; second, 6s.- l, Mr O. Veils, Berry Hills, Ripoo ;2, Mr W. Hunton, Richmond. Garni < ended- Mr Middleton, Catterick. Beat mare for breeding kanUM*, with a Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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