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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aberportb, Cardiganshire, maltster. [George, Cardigan. M. Cowing, Wardon. Northumberland, innkeeper. [Bell and Co. Bowchturchyard, Cheapside. J. Ir ing and T. Bomber, Preston, Lancashire, wine merchants. [Adlington and Co. Bedford row. DIVIDENDS. Nov. 25, R. Webb, Tooley street, cheesemonger-Nov. 25, S. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2.5, W. Humphreys, Carnarvontgrocer -May 15. J. Sheppard, Edghaston, Warwicklshire, manufac. turer of plated wvares-May ti, J. Irvin rand r. Bomber, Pre9ton, Lancashire, wine merchants-May 6, J.1 J., and W. Forster, Carlisle, Cumberland, bankers-April 31, J. W. Blew, Wor- cester, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FATAL RIOT AT STOCKPORT. A dreadful riot broke out at Stockport on Tuesday evening, arising out of a quarrel between the Irish Catholics and the English pro- testants, the result of which has been the loss of life to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -r il ~E Edinburgh: Adlam and Cloorles Block. m H E WESTMINSTIR REVIEW.- Advertisements intended for insertion in the OCTOBER Bomber (No. XVI, New Serirsi should be seat to the poblisher not later than thoe 2th inst. Bills snd Peoserotuses Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tongtoav. Crown, Green. and L~nm London : Printed hy CnoAuLES BEYvXEtLL at sllh rri etjOS L of ttEYNELL and WEIGCLT Bomber I N Littt I7lteoun0 A iu the Parish of St James, Weotmiaoter, on Number Aliddlesex, aod pcbhished bh 000000 Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1364, 01 January 1364-31 December 1364

    ) 150 The Marshal 50 Pasqualino Minotto, with his followers 107 Peio, men in armour ( barbutas ) 50 Franceschino Bomber 50 Ambrogio of Milan 50 Pasqualino Bon 25 Giacomello Pissani ( sic ) 25 Francesco da Rovigo 25 The

    Elizabeth, August 1582, 01 August 1582-31 August 1582

    but I fear it shall not prove so in the end. Bothwell is arrived, accompanied with Wemys [Veimis ] , Bomber, and other gentlemen. He and his wife are "veill agreit." He is gone to the King. The Duke's bishop Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 November 1557-31 December 1558

    820. -, delegates from, at Rome, 978. Bolognese , the, resent the registry of their property, 978. - noblemen, 459. Bomber , Franceschino, App. 12. Bon , Felixe, letters from, App. 43, 44, 45. -, Pasqualino, App. 12. Bonavita ,

    Index, B, 01 April 1581-31 December 1583

    313. Bois , Mons. Du: sets out from London, 431. Bomby , Laird of: at Berwick (3rd Oct. 1581), 53; (Bomber) arrives (6th Aug. 1582), 147. Bona , Cavillier de. See Seton, Sir John. Bonn : besieged, 329. Bonnetti , Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 February 1691, 4 February 1692

    PRAYERS. Upon hearing Counfel this Day, at the Bar, upon the Petition and Appeal of Jane Hungerford, Anthony Withers, Mathew Bomber ell and Sarah his Wife, Exe¬ cutors of Sarah Pollard deceafed, Nicholas Hughs- Son and Heir of Nicholas Hughs Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1763, 18 April 1763

    ferve in this prefent Parlia¬ ment for the Borough of Maiden, JH the County of Eff'cx, in the Room of Bomber Gafcoyne, Efquire, who, fince his Election for the faid Borough, hath accepted the Office of one of the Comiaiffianers Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1767, 29 June 1767

    for Sale of Divers Meffuages, Farms, Lands, and Tenements, in the County oiEfex, intailed by the Will of Doftor John Bomber, deceafed, and for laying out the Money arifing by fuch Sale, in the Purchafe of other Lands and Hereditaments, Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1777, 23 May 1777

    to the General " State of the Trade to Africa," and iigaed " Geo. " Germain, Somne Jeiiyns, Rob* Spencer, Bomber Guf- " ccyne, Whitjhed Keeiie, C.F.Greville, and WmEden," and that tn the faid Return, the following heavy Charge againft Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1784, 18 May 1784

    Dalhousie JVatherston, John Call, Nathaniel Smith, Sir John Miller, Baronet; the Right honourable Lord Frederick Campbell, William Hiissey, Thomas Hunt, Bomber Gascoyne, Senior; Thomas Bemey Bramstone, EdwardLoveden Loveden, Charles Medows, Henry Pento/i, John Strutt, John Lee, John Lambton, Wharton Amcotts-, Subscribers-only content

 

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