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  • * British History Online *

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    Chronological list of aldermen, 1400-1500

    10 John Sevenok (Prior of Holy Trinity) Portsoken, 1439-45 vice Clerk 1441, Oct. 11 (and sworn) John Norman, Draper Castle Bay nard, 1441-2, Cheap, 1442-68 S. 1443-4, M. 1453-4 vice Large M.P. London 1449 ( bis ); Auditor 1438-43, 1447-9;

    Report on the Charities of the Mercers' Company, Part II

    Coventre, John Carpenter, and three others, a tenement in which he dwelt in the parish of St. Andrew, near Castle Bay nard, and his lands and tenements in the parish of St. Michael Bassinghall, and St. Botolph-without-Bishopsgate, and elsewhere in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    importance, the annual export of cured herrnags alone ususally exceeding 30,000 barrels. 'In 1884 the telegraph was extended to Castle Bay, tinder a guarantee given to the Postmaster- General by Lady Cathcart and the board, which has cost the board Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAgZET7'E, TUESDAY, Feb. 17. BASI(RUPTS. aIt BARFIELDB Augietute ,Thomals Ar-tlur, tradingtunder the 2name re or A1ng11tilo lie iLaitiey. of tile city of ]3ristol, artist, carVer, I id gilder, and pictttre framje snoker, to sout , c 3, aud Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COURT OF GAOL SESSIONS AT YORK. t m Fra . MirWr in,;Ao,,t I (Prom oer Correspondent. ) Yesterday, a court of gaol sessions was holden at York Castle, at which Lord Teigninouth presided. It ap- peared, from the report Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXTENSIVE FORGERIES BY A DERBY SOLICITOR. Y On Saturday last Joseph Shawv, solicitor, Derby, and late lHigh Bailiff of the County Court, was brought up at the i. county gaol of that town on a charge pf forging Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1854. A bagful of sovereigns was fished up a few days re before our arrival. "Point Powell" and " Castle Bay," in L bold English letters on the rocks, still great the eye, and several old barges mavour still strongly Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Australia as she is and as she may be, 1840

    and tried to weather Cape Naturaliste; but the wind being adverse, we could not succeed, and brought up in Castle Bay , a very safe anchorage, on the north-east side of the Cape. The water here was as smooth as Subscribers-only content

    Australia as she is and as she may be, 1840

    east boundary of the Colony, admirably adapted for the whale fishery and sealing, and possessing seven harbours, exclusive of Castle Bay and Port Augusta , into which vessels may run in stormy weather, and remain at anchor with the greatest Subscribers-only content

    Australia as she is and as she may be, 1840

    and tried to weather Cape Naturalisto; but the wind being adverse, we could not succeed, and brought up in Castle Bay , a very safe anchorage, on tho north-east side of the Capo . The water hero was as smooth Subscribers-only content

    Australia as she is and as she may be, 1840

    east boundary of the Colony, admirably adapted for the whale fishery and sealing, and possessing seven harbours, exclusive of Castle Bay and Port Augusta , into which vessels may run in stormy weather, and remain at anchor with the greatest Subscribers-only content

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