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  • * British History Online * *

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    Minute Book, September 1705, 01 September 1705-30 September 1705

    ] Webber [Customer of Bridgwater port ] to give security for his collection by the 10th October next. [Samuel ] Binks is to be the patent Customer Inwards at Southampton in the room of Mr. [John ] Weaver deceased and

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 23 March 1604 (2nd scribe), 23 March 1604-23 March 1604

    Carewe, Sir Rob. Cotton, Sir Wm. Liggon, Serjeant Snig, Sir Edw. Denny, Sir Edw. Lewknor, Sir Tho. Edmunds, Sir Fr. Binks, Sir Fr. Barrington, Sir Rich. Spencer, Mr. Fr. Moore, Sir Geo. Fleetwood, Mr. Johnson, Sir Jo. Bennet, Mr. Fuller,

    Elizabeth, June 1560, 26-30, 26 June 1560-30 June 1560

    whether or when they will be finished, until they are answered of the letters sent by Binks, the Queen's messenger, on the 19th. If Binks brings nothing to stay them, Cecil trusts to accord fully on Saturday; to remove the

    Index, B

    Beaumont. Beza , Theodore, 454 (5). Billingshusen , Henry, of Lubec, letter from, 925. -, -, 649, 926 (3, 4). Binks , John, 228 note , 239 note , 242 (4), 242 note , 334 (2). Biscay , 157, 182,

    Border Papers volume 1, April 1590, 01 April 1590-30 April 1590

    upon John Ellott of the Steele, Hob of Thorlesopp, John and Gabriel Ellott of the Parke, James Ellott of the Binks, George Simpson, John Shevell, Steven Shevell, and John Nixon, & c., found to be committed since the King's departure Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    KINE V. BINKS.-SALE bF A PUBLIC OFFICE. This day John Binks, who had been found guilty of receiving a sum of On"ey from John Field. a wax-chandler, under pretence of procuring for him a Situation in the Privy Sea Office, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that tle be'd posts, which Binks saw rising a yard above a window,. not level with tbb floor, scarcely rose at all above the level of-the bed. On suchtestiMsony, giveabya whiped and imprisoned wretch like Binks, ought. the executiye ge'veroment Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Craven; Mesdames Yates, Faueit. and F- Matthews. With THE FOREIGN PRINCE. In which Mr Rice will pewform. BINKS THE BAGMAN. Binks, Mr Wright. And the Grand Ballet of ALMA. Pyrausta, Mr Wieland; Alma, Madame Proche Giubici. ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Beverley, and Miss Kate Howard (her first appearances. THE FOREIGN PRINCE. In which Mr Rice will perform. And BINKS THE BAGMAN. Binks, Mr Wright. ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE, AND ENGLISH OPERA HOUSE AN MONDAY (for the Benefit of Mr North) 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sMesdames Faucit, H. Beverley, and Miss Kate Howard. THE FOREIGN PRINCE. In which Mr Rice will perform. And BINKS THE BAGMAN. Binks, Mr Wright. THEATRE ROYAL, ENGLISH OPERd HOUSE. Last week of the Season, and positively the last appearance of Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leisure and culture Education

    self-catering and self-financing flats ( 1987 ). Dr. Seaborne retired in 1987 and was succeeded by the Revd. E. V. Binks , 144 previously principal of St. Katharine's College , Liverpool . The accelerating national demand for higher education led

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    Geo., Earl of Lucan (d. 1914), Geo. Chas., Earl of Lucan (d. 1888), field-marshal, Ric., Earl of Lucan (d. 1839), Binks , J. , Birch , Chas. Lucas, n ; John, Peregrine, Wm., n Bird, W. S. , Birmingham (Warws.)

 

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