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    Register Book, 1604

    occasion should require'. 18. [p. 7 ] William Cockayne, Roger Howe and Richard Weech were then nominated as candidates in the election of the treasurer for the coming year. Roger Howe was elected, 'but by reason of his absence, his British History Online

    East Indies, September 1600, 01 September 1600-30 September 1600

    are the names of this first court of directors: Alderman Bannyng. Fra. Chery. Alderman Hallyday. Mr. Alabaster. Alderman Goddard. Roger Howe. Alderman Smythe. Rich. Wyche. Rich. Staper. John Eldred. Wm, Garway. John Bate. Thos. Cordell. Wm. Chambers. Mr. Lancaster. Mr. British History Online

    East Indies, February 1601, 01 February 1601-28 January 1601

    and 12 pence for a box to put them in [ see No . 285 ] . Feb. 13. Roger Howe and John Coombe to have a gratuity of 20 l . each, and all their travelling expenses in the British History Online

    East Indies, September 1599, 01 September 1599-30 September 1599

    Wil. and John Gore 300 67. Rich. Howse and Hen. Robinson 200 68. Thos. Bostocke John Ramridge 200 69. Roger Howe 200 70. Wil. Harrison and Wil. Bonde, merchant-tailor 200 71. Robt. Lee, alderman 300 72. John Buzbridge James Turner British History Online

    East Indies, October 1600, 01 October 1600-31 October 1600

    .; the ship to be again surveyed and the matter re considered. 500 l . to be delivered to Roger Howe to be sent to the West country. Provision of peas and beans. Proportion of casks required. In the afternoon British History Online

    Register Book, 1605, July-September

    Two candidates were nominated, Roger Howe and William Harrison, 'and the triall being made by lyfting up of hands the Election did fall upon the said Mr. Roger Howe'. 215. [p. 63 ] Roger Howe and two other assistants, John British History Online

    Register Book, 1605, January-June

    afternoon , 30 January 1605 in the presence of the right worshipful Mr. Thomas Wilford, president, Mr. Roger Howe, treasurer, and the following assistants : 93. John Newman, Nicholas Ling, Robert Bowyer, Arthur Jaxon, John Dorrington, John Bate, and Mr. British History Online

    East Indies, December 1600, 01 December 1600-01 January 1601

    [Polstee ] . Thos. Farrington. Thos. Horton. John Combe. Wm. Bond. Wm. Greenwell. Robt. Offley. Wm. Cotton. Robt. Johnson. Roger Howe. John Stockley. Bart. Hagget [Huggott ] . John Hewitt. Roger Ofield. Jas. Turner. Augustine Skinner. Hump. Basse. Morris Abbot. British History Online

    East Indies, March 1601, 01 March 1601-31 March 1601

    John Cason. Robt. Key. Thos. Alabaster. Thos. Symonds. Nicholas Pearde. Simon Lawrence. Thos. Smythe, 360 l . Nicholas Crispe. Roger Howe " Bart. Haggett. John Westwray " Wm. Smythe. Edward Leeninge " Lewis Pope. Rich. Bowdler. Jeremy Davers, 200 l British History Online

    Elizabeth, June 1585, 1-5, 01 June 1585-05 June 1585

    to Brulart, and copy of Brulart's reply. French . 2 pp. [ Ibid. XIV . 5. ] June 5/15. Roger Howe to Alderman George Bond. Seville, 15 June, 1585. The Manuwell and Gillian 3 of London being five days ago British History Online

    Cecil Papers, December 1605, 01 December 1605-31 December 1605

    tenants, the acreage of their holdings and the nature of their tenures. 1605. 1 sheet . (CPM supplementary 71.) Roger Howe to the Earl of Salisbury. [ c . 1605 ] . William Watson, his servant, has been imprisoned in British History Online

    Charles I - volume 276, October 20-31, 1634, 20 October 1634-31 October 1634

    Thomas Whorwood versus Guest and Alice his wife and others. [ p . ] Oct. 24. 25. Information of Roger Howe, that Alderman Freeman (being a kind friend of Mrs. Mary Moore) told informant that understanding she had denied to Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Charter of 1605

    [Jackson ] , William Typper [Tipper ] , John Newton, William Cokayne [Cockayne ] , Richard Glascock, Richard Staper, Roger Howe, John Hawes, John Hall, Reginald Barker, William Salter, John Highlord, John Watson, John Castlyn, William Wilford, Hugh Ingram, Robert British History Online

    Cecil Papers, May 1605, 1-15, 01 May 1605-15 May 1605

    petition to the King of Spain, manifesting their grief and abuses offered, the copy whereof was sent to Mr. Roger Howe of London, merchant: to which I refer you. At Lisbon there is one Don Luis de Fachardo, general of British History Online

    Index, U, Z

    , William, Master of the God's Grace accused of dishonest behaviour, 80 Watson , William, in the service of Roger Howe imprisoned by Inquisition in Portugal, 50 Watson , Mr., of London 9 Watts , Sir John, of London, merchant British History Online

    Volume 11, November 1650, 01 November 1650-30 November 1650

    Keate, and Thos. Jennings, whereof 30,000 dollars remain in Pearle's hands, and that Santhill, 20 months since, sent over Roger Howe, merchant of Genoa, for recovery thereof, and with him a very great estate, for the account of himself and Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Charles II, January 1669, 01 January 1669-31 January 1669

    may have my liberty. [ S.P. Dom., Car. II . 254, No . 90. ] Jan. 14. [Leghorn. ] Roger Howe to his brother, Thos. Clutterbuck, London. Complaints of miscarriage of letters. Private affairs. Lord Sherwood thanks you for inquiring Subscribers-only content British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Rev. Canon Burn, Rector of Rishangles. On the 9th inst., at Wattisfield, aged 84, Charlotte, wife of Roger Howe, brickmaker. On the 10th inst., in London, aged 7 months, Ellen, infant daughter of Mr. Wm. N. Howe, formerly Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2nd inst., at Geddiug, Matthias Chinery, j „*■*'*- ««>■-•««-. »"»». -1-t ult., at Watlisfield, Mary, the beloved i «•«.•«,* Roger Howe, tile maker, aged 7*7 years. ■-**". Ist in.-t., at 99, Risbytrate-street, Bury St. ', i.ui'i».*id „ Jane Locke, mother Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    my nephew to lam him nut, and ba was then assaulted. We got him out, and he went away.- Roger Howe corroborated the last witness, and defen- dant was fined lis., and costs 'Js., or fourteen days.- Seven days allowed Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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