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You searched for: Place: "South Shields", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * British History Online *

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    Transactions - vol. 2, 1630

    a ballast wharf at South Shields would be of great use to trade and shipping. The only harm to the town of Newcastle would be that ships discharging ballast and loading coals at South Shields would also buy there their

    Transactions - vol. 2, 1632

    at South Shields, which is 6 miles on this side of Newcastle. [Their reasons are similar to those in 371 with the following additions. ] At neap tide, great ships cannot come to any ballast shore above [South Shields ]

    House of Commons Journal Volume 3, 3 June 1644, 03 June 1644-03 June 1644

    Lords Concurrence to be desired herein. Taking of South Shields. A Letter from the Committee in Sunderland , of the Two-and-twentieth of May , concerning the taking of the South Shields by the Newcastellians ; being delivered up by the

    Declared Accounts, Salt

    2 Portsea (William Dodd) 7,272 14 7 Sherborne (Charles Jennings) 714 13 4 Shirleywich (John Carville) 8,473 10 0 South Shields (John Bell) 110,572 3 4 Topsham (Richard Mounteney) 3,550 18 9 Yarmouth (Michael Pulteney) 7,134 1 3 and at

    Declared Accounts, Excise, 01 January 1709-31 December 1709

    7,892 6 8 Portsea 1,246 17 0 Sherborne 34 11 7 Shirleywich 1,857 15 2 Shirleywich 226 4 0 South Shields 15,091 19 7 Topsham 21 8 0 Topsham 132 12 10 Yarmouth 206 14 10 Bridlington 5 6 10

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (cywnra(d'Wya tb) n a Mebefiuy flvy6d- yn ddiwedd.f, pas o.-d y Ty bendeiryrdAd ei gyfaill &nrthydeddtis yr aelod drrs South Shields, yr han a eddtganai, mor bell Eg yr oedd yu bositl, ftd yn dy- nirunol i'r tafarradai gaae en Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kempson, M. A., of Sidney Aussex College, Cambridge, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter *of the late Thomas Robertson, Esq., of South Shields, Durham. On the 3d inst., at St. Gluvias, Cornwall, the Rev. Horatio Todd, A. M., second son of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    & Co., Lincoln's inn fields. S. Cartley, Golden la., St Luke's, licensed victualler. [Keane, Gray's inn sq. R. Taylerson, South Shields, Dssrhan., shipowner. [Tyas, Beaufort buildings. T. Tempest, Leeds, grocer, [Dingevail, New Bank buildings. W Finney, Stole-upon.-Trent, Staffordsh., grocer. [King, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    receipt of your letter of yesterday's date, stating that an impression exists among the seamen in the neighbourhood ot South Shields, that the Government are about to resort to a forced ballot to compel them to serve in the royal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jameson, Honey lane, Milk street, City, shawl warehouseoan -Feb. 19, T. Edwards, Toupaudy, Ystradyfodwg, Glamorganshire, grocer-Feb. 19, T. Lumader, South Shields, ship builder-Feb. 21, R. B. Fletcher, Crompton, Lancashire, cotton spinner-Feb. 25, J. Davis, Worcester, tailor. Scotch Sequemltration.-N. Stewart, Perth, Subscribers-only content


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