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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 10, 10 March 1648, 10 March 1648-10 March 1648

    may be remitted, in regard of his Inability to pay the same." Blaithwaite's Petition. Ordered, That the Petition of Mary Blaithwaite , and the Articles annexed, shall be referred to Sir Edward Leech , to examine the Business, and state

    Index of Subjects, S

    Radnor, Earl of. State , Officers of, Ireland. See Ireland. Secretary, offices of. See Secretaries of State. Secretary of. See Blaithwaite, William; Hedges, Sir Charles. Decipherer to. See Blencow, William. -, Paper Office, Keeper of. See Williamson. Sir Joseph. States

    Index, B, 01 January 1701-31 December 1701

    530. Blair , James, 523, 573, 574, 1041, p. 642. -,-, letter, etc., from, 295, 1042 V. -, John, 576. Blaithwaite , Anne, petition of, 828. Blake , Joseph, Proprietor and Governor of South Carolina, 123, p. 90. -,-, deceased,

    Volume 31, December 11-31, 1694, 11 December 1694-31 December 1694

    Lords of the Treasury, stating that, by Sir Tho. Lawrence who lately sailed for England, he had sent to Willm. Blaithwaite, Esq., Auditor General of America, a state of their Majesties' revenue for the support of the government of the

    Index of Persons and Places, B, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    , 201. Blaithwaite . See Blathwaite. Blake , Daniel, a Commissioner for licensing Hackney Coaches, 409. Blakeston . See Blakiston. Blakiston (Blakeston), [Nathaniel ] , colonel late Governor of Maryland, 299, 354. Blaney . See Blayney. Blathwaite (Blaithwaite, Blathwayt, Blathwayte),

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WARCOP, Robert (d.c.1439), of Warcop, Westmld.

    the Westmorland bench on 28 Nov. 1439, and continued to hold office on and off until his own death, 25 years later. The younger Robert became mayor of Appleby in 1444, and acquired holdings around Biglands and Blaithwaite in Cumberland.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ASSIZES. * WAYISTONE, AUG. 18.-ADA1S .7. JOHN MAEFILLY, EsT.-The plaintiff was an accountant in London, having a small estate at Bkckenham. The defendant was a gentleinan of large fortune, a member of Parliament, and possessed of very extensive estates Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    li0 -iEN{FtAL Secrvuct. 18 to 13.1Vaeltcel. Thret icl faclily. I i~ile- 31 aged eoeuctl reOt objected to. - AcplS, 16, Blaithwaite oad. 6121 -I EdNEi AL Servercet Woanrted. Gcdoel cluircter ireispeesgielie. _71' Noie otiher nued i lpply.-AplyI, lilia licietl. Netfeertler. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'Clock in the Evening, Subject to such Conditions as wilt be there lprodtsced, ALL those THREE vraluable ESTATES, called A1.ArmLitlstead, Blaithwaite, atid Lane Side, or Lineth- waite, lying altogether and nosy eccpiped in Three Farms, sand containing together 3452A. 3s. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    itwoicd act as a warning to others. FATAL ACCIDENT TO A MANUFACTURER.-On Monday afternoonfMr. Lewis Hirst, manufacturer, of Long- lanis, Blaithwaite, near Huddersfield, met with an acci- dent which caused his death it a few moments, Mr. Hirst went on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~,Dale bp Auwtva. To-day and To morrow. The lest two enys' $ale of Messrs. Snow. Cbsflfll, ald C-O.'s Stook, llisbongate-strest. Leeds. Meter.`Y YIEPPEB and SONS and rMessrs. YI&BDWICK. BEST en OUNG, having been unable to malre un entire clearance Subscribers-only content

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