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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 334, October 13-31, 1636, 13 October 1636-31 October 1636

    has always been ready to assist the writer. [ Seals with arms . 2 pp . ] Oct. 24. Haines Hill. 32. Sec. Windebank to Nicholas. Sends him despatches from Sir James Bagg calendared under date of 17th inst. It Subscribers-only content

    Buildings

    absence in Scotland, 1633 4; died in exile, 1653. Sir Francis Windebank, eldest Son of Sir Thomas, Windebank, of Haines Hill, Berks; educated at St. John's College, Oxford; Archbishop Laud obtained for him the Secretaryship of State, June 15th, 1632;

    Preface

    in matters of greater moment were characteristic qualities both of himself and of his master. Secretary Windebank's house at Haines Hill near Wokingham lay convenient as a resting place for the Archbishop on his way from Croydon to Oxford. Windebank Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 326, June 10-19, 1636, 10 June 1636-19 June 1636

    of the great danger of infection that is like to be in London) will reside at his house at Haines Hill, Berks, and will have often occasions to send and receive despatches from the court as also to and from Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 481, June 1641, 01 June 1641-30 June 1641

    burnt the Basseville of Calais; but the French army lies still before Aire. [2 pp . ] June 11, Haines Hill. 25. Christopher Windebank to the same. Sends expressions of his affection. His servant who will deliver this note has Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hurst

    him at Haines Hill , and records his visits in his Diary. 9 Many of Windebank's letters dated from Haines Hill are extant. 10 On one occasion, when he had to transact business of state at Haines Hill owing to

    Parishes Ruscombe

    Northbury and Southbury and lessee of the prebendary. The estate was afterwards purchased by Mr. Thomas Collecton Garth of Haines Hill , 19 and is now held by Captain Godsal (see Hurst in Charlton Hundred). At the sale of the

    Parliamentary history 1629-1660

    supply the name of the addressee, which is omitted from the document. Ibid. 1639, 341. H e was of Haines Hill in Broad Hinton , then a detached part of Wilts ., but since 1844 in Berks .: see above,

    Index A-Z

    Hache , see Hatch Hackett , Maria, 358; Wm., 101 Hadow Report , 354 Haileybury sch ., 366 n Haines Hill , in Broad Hinton ( Berks .), 135 n Hales , Chris., M.P., 115, 129; John, M.P., 115, 118

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COLLETON, James Edward (c.1709-90), of Haines Hill, Berks.

    (c.1709-90), of Haines Hill, Berks. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel 1747 1768 St Mawes 4 Dec. 1772 1774 Biography The great grandson of Sir John Colleton, 1st Bt., a royalist refugee to Barbados, Colleton stood for Lyme Regis in 1734, telling his

    COLLETON, James Edward (c.1709-90), of Haines Hill, Berks.

    (c.1709-90), of Haines Hill, Berks. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel 1747 1768 St Mawes 4 Dec. 1772 1774 Biography Colleton, who unsuccessfully contested Lyme Regis in 1734, was in 1747 returned as an Administration candidate for Lostwithiel. In 1754 he paid Lord

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Duce of Con- nau'ght and Prince Christian, liunted with Mr. Carth's hounids on Wednesday. The meeting was at Haines Hill, near TevYlford, and a fox having been started itn the C harity coverts, a capital nUne was afforded some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have been taken. In reference to the birds, which have everywhere been great sufferers, lMr. T. C. Garth, of Haines Hill, Twyford, Berkshire, has adopted a plan which deserves the compliment of imitation. He has sent round his men with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    himself in the mouth. Death was instantaneous 'No motive is given for the act.-Dolzize. Mr. Robert Arthur Kinglake. of Haines Hill, Tahs. ton, died, at his residence on Tuesday afternoon aged eighty years. He was brother of the late - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Somersetshire branches of 3 Stuckey's Bankin- Company.-I am, Gentlemen, Uaar obedient servant, ARTHUR KINC*LAKE, J.1.1 - I Haines Hill, Taunton, Somerset. 8SMOKE NUISANO AT t 81BEPSCAR. TO THE EDITORS OF THE LEEDS MERCURY. GxcNgmuLcUEN,-Will you kindly give ma Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to live in preferred. hL Pickup, lil, Westborough, Scarborough. DTRSESSMAKING.-Wanted. situation as SKIRT HAND. West Ead reference. E. B., Haines Hill, Twyford, Berks. i ROCERY and PROVISION.-Sitnation wanted, as ASSISTANT. kJ Aged 28. Six years' reference. Hall, ?A, Church-street, Whitby. Subscribers-only content

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