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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, February 1588, 01 February 1588-28 February 1588

    there v c li Moffett's l li Oglefield's marsh ccx li Milburne's house there l li Shawe's iiij xxli New Marsh cxx li Cheries xl li Willmor's in Westham lxvi li xiij s iv d Fryer's house there xl li

    Index, N, O, 01 January 1583-31 December 1589

    Newfoundland fishery ; 266. Newhaven . See Havre de Grace. Newington , letter dated; 107. Newland fish ; 114. New Marsh ; 311. Newry , letter dated; 67, 269. Newton , Sir Henry; 303. New Year's gifts ; 206. Nicholl

    General Index, N, O, 01 November 1667-30 September 1668

    to Newmarket , co. Cambridge, excise at highwaymen at house at or near King's gamekeepers at King's house at New Marsh , Wales, ship lost at Newnham , or Newenham, co. Gloucester Newnham Padox , co. Warwick, house at New Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, April 1530, 1-15, 01 April 1530-30 April 1530

    is known. Has no profit from Cheshunt, Sayscourt and Mountjoy. My lord of Norfolk has Felixstowe, Faltynham, and the New Marsh. The bishop of Norwich has sequestered St. Matthew's and the oblations of Our Lady's chapel. Does not see how

    James II volume 1, April 1685, 01 April 1685-30 April 1685

    wharf which is particularly described and intended to be called the Customhouse Quay in the North-East part of the New Marsh near Cork shall be the only place for landing and shipping goods and merchandize for which any duties are Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stogumber

    e of the parish, was shared between Embelle, Boarpath, and Rexton . Emmel Heathfield was inclosed and known as New Marsh by 1636 , 28 Rexton 's share was called Rexton Gorths or Gorse by 1801 . 29 Both areas

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. y The emigration from Germany whlieb has been obserre- at of late has now assumed alarminlg proportions In Paris on 'tuesdaythothermmnster in thesliadereaclied l in the middle of the day 93 degrees Twentylivo thousand Berdan rifles lioe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst., at 10 o'clock in the en at theoadlooi, lKensingtonWorkhouse, for the SUPPLY TONS of Itephum Main, Xllingworth Mail, New Marsh, or pol MainCOAS. orttonswill "e required for the use of se at Chisviik, and the remnmdefor Eensington Workhouse. traetor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oir Grain*- George Shone and Edwin Shone, brothers, both labourers, were charged with stealing a sack of oats-from tbe New Marsh fiiW, t he property of the River D*e- Company, on Sunday even- ing last.- P.S. Lock wood stated tbat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charles King, i* ceased. Tho district is hu important oik, and embraces among other placed RftlWi Coatham, Warrenby, Mar-ke, New Marsh Saltburn, Skelton, Boosbeck, and Linglw. the aggregate population being MBMCtaj like 20,000^ The Serious Charge against a Jf» *i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOOTBALL. MATCHES FOR TO-DAY tSATUBDAIV CUP T IJS 3. Aston Villa v. Preston North End. Crewe Alexandra ». Derby County. Darwen v. Blackburn Hover*. Derby Junction v. Chirk. Middlesbrough w. Old Forestera Notts Forest v. Sheffield Weduesday. Old Carthusians Subscribers-only content

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