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  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary abstracts to charters in volume 2, 1578-1606

    acquired right to the chaplainries of St. John and St. Nicholas, with a house and yard lying without the North Port ( erroneously described in the deed as the East Port) of the burgh, founded by the late Sir Roland

    Supplementary abstracts to charters in volume 2, c.1116-1576

    the north by the Malyndinor Burn, and on the west by lands belonging to the new hospital outwith the North Port, founded by Rolland Blacader, conform to a feu charter granted by Symsone, for payment to the preceptor and his

    Historical Collections, Military action in 1643

    to Oxford , and on the 18th returned to the Leaguer. Captain Crisp with 150 Musqueteers fallied at the North Port, and maintain'd an exceeding hot Skirmish for above half an Hour, the Cannon and Muskets on both sides playing

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are under the command of Colonel Cooper. Titny have been quartered in Sheds at the south side of the North Port, and on board the Conard steamer Australi- asian, which is moored near the Hhods in the Huskisson Deck. On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    effect was trifling, as the water continued to rise, and ran into Mr. Darit's malt- house, and into the North Port Distillery. The damage inflicted here was very serious, as in the malthouse there were about nine quarters of barley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    effect was trifling, as the water continued to rise, and ran into Mr. Duia's malt. house, and into the North Port Distillery. The damage inflicted here was very serious, as in the malthouse there were about nine quarters of barley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stirling 7. EdInburgh, lelth Fort, and Pitershlll NORTHERN DISTRICT.-Cnntrol Office, 10, Psinewesrtreet, Cornbrook, Home, Manchester. 1. Ashton-under.Lyne 14. Urerpol, North Port, and 2. Berlick on.Tweed - Rupert House 3,i Binangans 1. ManchesterandSod 4. 13ridfrd 10. Nl wcastle.on-Tyus 0. Burnley 17. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Zqovenmber, 1016, ait the followring places- NOR~TBE RN DISTRICT. 1. Ashton-under-Lvne. 122. Liverpool, Scaforth Barracks 2. Beriviek-on-Twead. aird Battery, North Port, 3. Beverley. Reuport Housse. 4. Birmningham, 23. Mranohestor anil Sa~lord. 0. Bradford. 24. Newcastle-on.Tynse. II. Burnley. 35. Kortisarpton. 7. Subscribers-only content

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