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  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, September 1689, 1-15, 01 September 1689-30 September 1689

    as same for cos. Chester, Flint, Montgomery, Denbigh, Merioneth, Carnarvon and Anglesea : sureties , himself, Samuell Lloyd of Plas Madoc, co. Denbigh, Edward Lloyd of Pentrehobin, co. Flint, Luke Lloyd, junr., of Bryn, co. Flint, Thomas Whitley of Aston,

    Entry Book, April 1690, 26-30, 01 April 1690-30 April 1690

    Flint, Merioneth and Montgomery : sureties : himself, Tho. Whitley of Aston, Luke Lloyd of Bryn, Samuell Lloyd of Plas Madoc, all co. Flint, and Jo[h ] n Travers of Haughton, co. Chester. (Warrant dated May 12 for his sureties.)

    Index, P, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    trade. See Tobacco. troops going to, 1755, 1770. wine for, 1824. Planteau (Plantea), , lieutenant, French Reformed officer, 1597. Plas Madoc , co. Denbigh, 250, 603. Plastrier , Robert le, French Protestant merchant, 180, 194, 254. Plate , grants of,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr wythdos ddiweddaf,-Mr. William Jarne; L Russell, The Grovee, Wrexbam; Dr. Richard Willil,, Egerton House, Wrexham; Mr. John Hig3On, Plas Madoc, Llanrwst; Dr. 13ichard Lawton Roberta, Rhiw. aboo * Mr. Evan Jooes Owen, Old Bank House, Llar. arwt a Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DlnnaClOaS. sir Lawrence Palk, Bart., M.P., Heldon Hlouse, Thceter, and 1 Grosvenor gardens, WV. George A-. Whalley, Esq, MI.P, Plas Madoc, Ena- hen, North Wales, and Reform Club, S.W. Dolaor S. Forke Martin, Thornyille, Rlyde, Isle of hiight. George Dawes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1,21JO Protestants will be good Churchmen, good Christians, good men, and so set an example to their superstitious brethren, they will do much more towards the overthrow of Rome than by an ahnnial excursion to Plas Madoc and Trem, Tower. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bour, ;518,000.; additional station accommodation on the Cheater and Holyhead line, £9 802., extension of Ponty. sylte tramway to Plas Madoc, ;14,706.; acommodation on the Shropebre Union line, £1,686.; cottages at level crossings on the St. Helen's Railway, £600.; and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    you enay consider mco entitled to ask for their publication. "I am, sir, your obedient, "(G. H. WaxczvIIA . "Plas Madoc, Itsabhon, North aWales, Jan. 9.' (COpy of letter received by Mr. Whalley from Jcan Luie.) 'Holloway Prison, Dec. 11, Subscribers-only content

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