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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, B, 01 August 1714-31 December 1715

    by, 67 ii., 83 i. -, Samuel, document signed by, 476 i. Beake , Thomas, Secretary, Ma., appointment of, 79. Beamer , John, Car., 642 iii. Beaufort , Duke of. See Somerset, Henry. Beckford , Peter, Iate member of Council

    Index of person, A - K

    358 Beale , Bele: Alexander, 43 Jerome, 378 Robert, 50, 191 William, 44, 174, 455, 483 Beame , Haunce, 62 Beamer , John, 174 Beamond: - , widow, 192 Robert, 376 Beane: Anthony, 218 Christopher, 217 Joyce, 218 Nicholas, 381

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t5, H. Coward, Bath, upholsterer-February li, J. Keevil, jun. Bristol, draper -February 15, J. Sier, Clseltenlsain, Gloucestershire, baker-February 12, IV. Beamer, Low hill, within the township of West Derby, Lancashire, Joiner- February 12, C. Davies, Liverpool, bookseller-February 8, Alison, Cautberlege, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    some uncertainty as to the steerage and third-class list: Saloon :-Hugh Bethune, Mr and Mrs Bruce (infant and servant), W Beamer, jun., Mr and rs Dandes (two daughters and two sons), Mr, Mrs. and two Miss FowrM Gro vant, Mrs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yra; Lifebuoy, 4 yrs ; and The DI.)v, aged. SCAREOROcUi RACES -Arbitratorshave been appointed to value the teaant rightsi on Beamer Moor, with a view to the restoration of the old race course, and as soon as they make their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AND TOOLS, corepisio se~n coptni nk ad el Tups, niitls. Bosx Wheel. horewt, oisica. ro Slck ituet. telifg ati Intifg Beamer aetudry Leathler, anti a, vrerhuly of Articles, eoonectc-l irvi- ttue trails, filly ulcactibed lii natitlosttie, to his, hail of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Victoria Road, StrChfOrd. shoot five miaute-s'waik from the railway station, with Gardens, in the occupa- tion of Messes. Leac, Guest. Beamer, Clews, and Hayes, at very tow and inadequate rents. This Lot is worth sotice, and witha3 litte ou~tlay and Subscribers-only content

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