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    The North Riding Record Society have issued nine volumes of Quarter Sessions Records from 1605-1780 which are admirable in that they give not only a pretty full transcript of the text but also retain the old verbose forms and spellings.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 11, 6 January 1697, 06 January 1697-06 January 1697

    Whitby Harbour. A BILL for Repair of the Piers of the Harbour of Whitby , in the North Riding of the County of York , was read the First time. Resolved , That the Bill be read a Second time.

    Minute Book, May 1664, 01 May 1664-31 May 1664

    and entered, concerning the amount charged by way of augmentation upon Robert Stafford, sometime Farmer of Excise in the North Riding of Yorkshire. As he swears he has not received a penny directly or indirectly on account of said augmentation

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 23 December 1656, 23 December 1656-23 December 1656

    touching Recusants, be reported on Thursday next. Yorkshire Petition. The humble Petition of divers of the Inhabitants within the North Riding of the County of York , on the Behalf of Themselves, and the Well-affected of the Nation, was this

    Index, Y, Z, 08 March 1707-31 December 1707

    in, discovery of; xciv. 74. -, grant of lease of a forest in, and lead mines; xciv. 103. -, North Riding, scheme for disbanding forces; lxxxiii. 105. -, Durham, and Northumberland, receiver general of, taxes for; lxxxix. 28; xc. 56.


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