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  • * British History Online * *

    7 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    General Index, F, 01 March 1654-31 December 1654

    petition of husband of Capt. Nich. letters of Fotherby , Sidney petition of Fouguant , Francis, Lord du Mesnil Fountain Head Fountaine , Mr., reference to Fowey , Cornwall letters dated from ships in or to Fowke , Alderman Jno. Subscribers-only content

    America and West Indies, May 1699, 11-15, 01 May 1699-31 May 1699

    is so common. But since you cannot prevail with the Admiralty Board, I hope you will apply to the Fountain Head, the King. I ask pardon for presuming to advise your Lordships on this occasion. I took that Board's usage

    General Index, F, G, 01 March 1675-28 February 1676

    the neutral territory about Nimeguen should extend to Foster , Peter, bailiff of Aldborough, indenture of election certified by Fountain Head , the, vessels met with off Fourdrinier , Guillaume, grant of denization to Foutness (? Foulness), lighthouse projected on Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 22, March 1723, 1-10, 01 March 1723-10 March 1723

    as for the Vindication of the Noble Lords requesting it, to trace the said Hearsay, if possible, to the Fountain Head, or at least so far as to know from the Person charged with relating it, whether he would deny

    Index, S-Z

    49 , 111, 166, 203, 298, 299, 363, 421, 537 Windmill , erected at Moorfields, 46 n at the Fountain Head, 554 for grinding corn, 564 Windsor , William Day and Alexander Nowell appointed canons of, 364 n Wine ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as long as the system of misrule continued. Mr. BIRD (a Barrister) said that retrenchment should begin at the Fountain Head, by a reduction of the Civil List, for it was not a time to keep lip useless parade and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he had heard him constantly damnged at;" but use the verb to damn, in this horrible connexion with the Fountain Head of Mercy, in the active sense, instead of in the passive one; and iTake the Deity the nominative case Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with energy on Sweet, I Canadian, and &rench Creeks, although nothing had been struck yet. In MOCallum's gulch, the Fountain Head Company fs washing and making money. In M'C Celium's gulch tbe rminers have struck very rich pay, upwards of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William Shenton. by kicking him on the 16ift inst Arising out of the charee, George Capper, landlord of the Fountain Head beerhouss. was summoned for permitting riotous and uuasrrelsome behsariour on his licensed premises, it being alleged that the person Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    valuable stock, were completely destroyed. .Later in the evening the fire brolke out afresh, and a public-bouse named the Fountain Head, adjoining Mr: Smith's prem:saes, was alEo destroyed. The fire is one of the most destructive that has occurred in Subscribers-only content

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