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    General Index, M, 01 September 1664-30 September 1665

    letter to Moyes , or Moyse, Wm. Moyle , Mr. Muddiman , Hen. letters of letters to (1664) (1665) Muggleswick Park Muledy , Dr. Patricio Muncaster , Wm. Mundy , Edw., tender of Munson , Capt. John Munster , Bishop Subscribers-only content British History Online

    General Index, M, 01 November 1667-30 September 1668

    Joseph Mowse , Rich., consul at Smyrna Moyto , Mr., of Margate Muddiman , Hen. news-letter of alluded to Muggleswick Park , co. Durham, Papists at Mulgrave , Earl of, see Shef field. Munday , Stephen, letter of Munkis , Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Charles II - volume 127, July 16-31, 1665, 16 July 1665-31 July 1665

    an action of trespass, refused bail, and because he would not deny Sir Henry's being at a meeting in Muggleswick Park, where the plotters took an oath of secrecy, sent him to Morpeth gaol, and had him put in the Subscribers-only content British History Online

    WIDDRINGTON, Henry (d.1665), of Black Heddon, Stamfordham, Northumb.

    remained an Independent at heart, for in July 1665 he was said to have attended a seditious meeting in Muggleswick Park, afterwards throwing an inconvenient witness into Morpeth gaol, where he was ‘beaten, imprisoned, and almost starved’. He was added History of Parliament

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Middles, Horseshoe, and Feldow (parts of Edmondbyeiß and Muggleswick Moors;, containing about 2,800 acres. Tract 3.- Hisehope, Baiehope, and Muggleswick Park (other part of Muggleswick), contain- icg about 3,050 acres. Tract 4. - The Plain, Waskeiley, and Smiddy Shaw, other Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    1899 : -Cumberland : Mr Wm. Parkin Moore, of Whitehall. Durham: Mr Utrick Alexander Rit- son, of Calf Hall, Muggleswick Park, and 1, Jesmond-gardens, Newcastle Northumberland : Mr William Armstrong Watson-Armstrong, of Cragaide, Rothbury. Westmorland: Mr Frank Maude Taylor Jones-Balme, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Middles, Horsshoe, and Seldow (parts rf Edmondbyers p.n.l Muggleswick Mojrs) containing about 2,800 acres. Tract 3 Hise)io,e, tLirehope, and Muggleswick Park (other pa:t of Mugglesw.ek). containing about 3,<50 acres Tract 4 The Plain. Waskerley, aud Srniddy bhaw (other part of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Streatham Hall. Exeter. Dorsetshire. -Mr. William Coif ox, of Westmead, Bridport. Durham.- Mr. Utrick Alexander Ritson, of Gait Hall, Muggleswick Park, Cousett, and 1, Jesmond-gardens, New- castle-ou-Tyne. Essbx.- 3lr. Edward Kensit Norman, of Mistley Lodge, Manniugtree. Gloucestershire.- Mr. Robert Ingham Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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