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You searched for: Place: Bassington, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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    Chas . Chas. jr., Bartholomew , Chris. Barton , Rob. Basing : Adam de Advice de, m. Wm. de Hadestok, Bassington : Geo. Hen. Thos. Bastard , Fras. Bate , S. C. Kerr Bateman : Hen. Mary, see Mayor Wm Victoria County History

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    -, see Bergen-op-Zoom. Barton , Mr., 2723. Basle , 142, 2344. "Basque , the," 272. Bass rock , 2232, 2234. Bassington , 2415. Bastien , see Sebastian. Bastile , the, 489. "Bathecatts ," Laird of, his murder, 1812. Bavaria , British History Online

    Elizabeth, August 1568, 1-15, 01 August 1568-15 August 1568

    the Flemings in like case have the staple of all spices placed at Antwerp by the Portugals. Mind to appoint Bassington with two mariners and interpreters to pass from Pechoray in a Russian boat with the first open water in British History Online

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    would meet with a Bassingbourn in Cambridgeshire, a Bassingfield in 2sotts, a Bassingham and a Bassingthorpe in Lincoln, and a Bassington in Northumberland. Side by side with these he would naturally place Basing and Basingstoke in Hants, it not also Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    There were no fewer than f >.'t.]. candidates for the first appointment, three onl) of m, Messrs. Hughes. Pole, and Bassington, were se- ' r election by the court on a subsequent day, and onĀ«, outof eight, as clerk of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    live bed-rooms, three reception-rooms, good offices, ' newly decorated ; on three years' agreement or lease ; rent low.- A Bassington. 37, George-street, Baker-street. W. ST. LEONARD'S.- Furnished, splendid Detached HOUSE, in garden. About five minutes from sea. Three recep- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Division.- Court lll.- Before Mr. Justice Darling.- At 10$.- Actions set down under Order XIV., Rule 8. - Beesley v. Bassington, settled- Cycle Trade Publishing Com- pany (Limited) v. Aluminard Metal Company (Limited) - Lawford and another v. Cooper and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Carried unanimously The officers for the ensuing year were then elected, with a vote of thanks to Messrs. Johnson and Bassington, the de- putation from Leeds, for honouring the meeting with their presence." Barnsley Schoolmasters' Association. - The monthly meeting Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Accounts and papers: forty-eight volumes.--(25.--Part I.)--Population (England and Wales)., 1863

    Anick Orange ... Apperley ... Ashington and Sheepwash Aydon - Aydon Castle ... Backworth ... b Bambrough Castle Barrow ... Bassington ... Bavington Little Beadnell Beanley ... Bearl .... Bebside Bedlington ... Belford Belford .... Bellingham ... Bellingham Bellister - Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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