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  • * British History Online *

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    Calais Papers, March 1547, 01 March 1547-31 March 1547

    was given by the bark "Ager," and one of them with two tops, being closely pursued, ran ashore against Port Hill, betwixt this and the French fort. The other escaped. He immediately ordered a boat to go to the wreck,

    Henry VIII, May 1546, 21-25, 01 May 1546-31 May 1546

    Hertford may prevent the m, as within two days he will signify. Their galleys lie beneath the point at Port Hill and victual their camp and fort by sea. Requires the Lord Admiral to order my lord William and a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were out of work; and moved a vote of thanks to Mr. Ricardo, M.P., and Mr. E. Wood, of Port Hill, for their donations of £025. each for the relief of the poorof Tunstall.-Mr. Cooper seconded the motion, which was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hr. Bentley, however, applied for costs, and his Honour awarded them. BUJISLEM. DEFALCATION AND FLIGHT.-Mr. A. L. Easton, of Port Hill, agent for Mr. Edward Wood, in the sale of borax, is said to have absconded, with defalcations to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who takes nails to StronG, had missed his train at that place, and was walkin~gto Gloucester, when at Horse Port Hill he met a woman carrying an in- fant. Finding the appearance of the woman and child corresponded with that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ran Cor. VVmic o inish teibr own Work. Piece Work., Price lwaely am mned Noebut steady men need apply.-John Port Hill Etieet. Anoalsat, Manchaster. 0R185 DATTERN-MARE41E$ Mosolders. Sad other Worlonen W&NTOD the Works of Lyme's PatentERoononmlo Glas Compnany, (Tlnilted). Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rier, ne far as regards T. .J. 4reatrex.--Edward Wood and Harry Coglihl. trading as Edward Woorn and Co., at Port Hill, near 3urslen. anid at Liverpool. manufacturers of borax, &c.-.James Eden andi Henry Smith, Ladywood Road, Birmlngham, factors aWd general Subscribers-only content

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