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  • * British History Online * *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, All Hallows on the Wall

    20 Mr. Haunch 10 Mr. Bruton 10 Mr. Jeames 12 Mr. Treacle 6 Widow Adis 3 Widow Tilton 5 Sion Hill 40s. William Clearke 40s. William Abel 40s. Mr. Bond 8 Mr. Baker 8 Mrs. Bishop 10 Mrs. Kint 16

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    plague in London, which was decimating the inhabitants, and spreading with fearful rapidity. Thos. Povey, writing to Williamson, from Sion Hill, October 5, 1665, 5 says: "I have been engaged in soliciting matters of money two or three days in Subscribers-only content

    George III, August 1771, 01 August 1771-31 August 1771

    Majesty of its contents. Will attend the lev e on Wednesday, and be ready to give any explanation necessary. Sion Hill. "Private." The enclosure, dated at Dover, 29 July 1771, and signed "Thos. Bateman Lane." It contains an account of Subscribers-only content

    Warrants etc, July 1700, 1-15, 01 July 1700-15 June 1700

    ( Customs ) XIV , p. 89. Same to same to employ Jacob Stephens as waiter at Barbados loco Sion Hill deceased. Thomas Brook as collector at Bermudas loco Samuell Trott deceased. Ibid . Treasury reference to the Excise Commissioners

    Charles II - volume 134, October 1-17, 1665, 01 October 1665-17 October 1665

    privy purse, but as the privy seal was not ready, 400 l . has been paid elsewhere. Oct. 5. Sion Hill. 31. Thos. Povey to [Williamson ] . Hopes he has been welcomed as well by the Earl of Peterborough Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ettirely butrnt down. The inhabitiants had time to escape. -BIRTH. On the Ist inst. at her mother's house, on Sion Hill, Bath, MIi- W. Denby, of a, son. 1,M1ARRIAGES. On Tuesday, at St. George's Church, ltaom er-sqereThnso rltorahiul, Esq. 0r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wiNGHAMTOWN COUNCIL. A seting of thre Birmingham Town Council was held yeterday, at the Counoil Ohamber,, Colmore Row ; the ,ys (Alderman Avery) presiding. 'yh VfW\ CLERK read the names ofheC nilosi tnireon, office next month. a rrce,,,,,lsONDEN~CZ.-Thef MAYOR Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    donations, with names of the donors, will be 9l published. a I am, sir, your obedient servant, n 5, Sion Hill, Raamagate. LAKE PRIOR. a1 CANNON STREET MALE ADunT PROVrENT INSTIMU- a TION,-It will be seen by advertisement that a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir John Morris. The following are the Judges whose names were omitted yesterday:- HO:RSES. The Hon. G. E. Lsscellea, Sion Hill, Thirek. N. G. Barthropp, Haoheston; Wiekham Market. J. E. Bennett, Bosworth Grange, Rugby. A. L. Maynard, Skimamingrove, Ssltburn-by the-Sea. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (38). Ourrie, Ilenry, leleouslmrgli, Dunmbartornlahire, N.]3, captain (axnny), (42). Curtis, Seymour Almyko, Chichester, captain (112',), (42). Dleano, Vgugl P., Sion Hill Blath, captain (army), (S3). Delaconlmbo, W, A., Recruiting Service, Derby, major chief constable of Derby (-12). Delafosso, Henry, Mlayfield, Subscribers-only content

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