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  • * British History Online * *

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    Treasury Warrants, May 1702, 1-10, 01 May 1702-09 May 1702

    the Customs Commissioners to employ Richard Usticke (collector of Bideford port) as land surveyor at Plymouth loco John Bolitho. and the said Bolitho as collector of Bideford loco the said Usticke. Out Letters ( Customs ) XIV , p. 180.

    Entry Book, July 1692, 21-31, 01 July 1692-31 July 1692

    Ustwick as collector of Bideford loco said Coldham. John Bolitho as collector of Penzance loco said Ustwick. John Bassett as collector, waiter and searcher in the islands of Scilly loco said Bolitho. Out Letters ( Customs ) XII, pp. 420-1.

    Cases before the Committee, May 1651, 01 May 1651-31 May 1651

    127 John Moyle, M.P. Vol. G No. or p. 23 May 1651. Order in Parliament, on his petition, requiring Thos. Bolitho, late Treasurer for Sequestrations for Cornwall, to deliver up to Moyle to be cancelled bonds and specialities given to Subscribers-only content

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

    salt, 164. Bickley , John, payment to for services in receiving money, 96. Bideford , co. Devon, Collector of. See Bolitho, J.; Jones, C. Comptroller at. See Jackson, L.; Rowe, R. Mayor etc. of, petition on behalf of poor tradesmen

    Index of persons and Places, P

    Penryn , co. Cornwall, 328; collector at. See Harry, E.; Strong, J. Penzance , co. Cornwall, 427; collector at. See Bolitho, J.; Williams, J. Pepin , , pension for, 144. Peppett or Poppett , Bethel, agent to the pensioners at

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Great Stanmore Manor and other estates

    Libr., photographs and newspaper cutting. Ex inf. the Defence Land Agent. Ex inf. R.A.F. Stanmore Pk. M.R.O., TA/S' MORE Gt. Bolitho and Peel , Drummonds of Charing Cross , 112, 36. Davenport MSS., Gt. Stan. ct. roll. Ibid. 1769. See

    Engineering and railway works

    in July 1874 225 by agreement with the inventor, George Acklom. In November 1878 the first order for Saunders's and Bolitho 's continuous brake system was given. 226 On the other hand increased purchases of steel rails meant the end

    Index A - Z

    221 Bohun , Humphrey, earl of Hereford and Essex (d. 1298), 408 Bois , Arnold de, 439 Bolitho , see Saunders and Bolitho Bond (Bonde), Thos. le, 42; W. H., 195 Bondon cheese , 225-6 Bonyng , Ralph, 400 Boorn

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Distrect Bank Halifax - - - Joint Stock Bank Hull - . - East Riding Bank Launceston - - Foster, Bolitho, and Co. l.iverpool- - - Liverpool Banking Company Marchester - - Scholes and Co. Neweastle-on-Tyne W. H. Lambton and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a parliamentary agent. Now you wilI hear all that's been going on. Bolitho knows everybody and everything; and besides, he is the best of fellows himself." Mr. Bolitho, with much discretion, did his utmost to avoid I running against these Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the first fierce feeling of wrath against Mr. and Mrs. Chorley, which had been begotten by the cynicism of Mr. Bolitho and the indifference of her husband. Surely those large and tender blue-grey eyes-which her husband now thought had more Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being meek and attentive, burst out laughing. "The fact is, Bolitho, all this harangue means that you want me to be civil to Chorley. Doesn't it, now ?" Mr. Bolitho, being in a pleasant humour, suffered a shrewd, bland smile Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bolitho v as nothing loth. A club dinner would be grateful after his recent experience of rural inns. "At the Oxford and Cambridge, or the Reform ? Which shall it be ?" asked the young man, carelessly. But Mr. Subscribers-only content


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