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    Index, M, N, O, 01 January 1714-30 July 1714

    324. North and Grey , Lord. See North, W. North Britain . See Scotland. North Hill , co. Cornwall. See Botternell, North; Kingbear, North. North Sea , fishery, 149. Northampton , county, 177; Receiver General of Land Tax for 272. British History Online

    Index of Persons and Places, B, 01 January 1703-31 December 1703

    information concerning fraud in collection of the Poll Tax in Brenchley, 265. Bott , Mary, widow, tenements in Tamworth, 364. Botternell , Boturnell, South, co. Cornwall, 488. Boucher , Thomas, Dr., Professor of Civil Law, Oxford University, pension for, 173, British History Online

    Index, B, 01 January 1676-31 December 1679

    Boot. Bott Mary, petition, 97, 573-4 lease Tamworth, 624, 644, 1414, 1420. -, William, husband of Mary, 624. Botternell , South Botternell, Carnedon Prior, Cornwall, 664. Boucher (Bouchier), Dr. T., Prof. of Civil Law, Oxford, 518, 733. -, George, petition British History Online

    Index, S

    29, 138. -, Thomas, landwaiter, London, 1949, 2157. South Benfleet see Benfleet. - Bere Forest see New Forest. - Botternell see Botternell. - Brent (co. Somerset), Langland, Milland and Whitcross, 1895. - Cave (co. Yorks), 1452. - Church (St. Andrew, British History Online

    Index, B, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    Sweepstakes , 191; ditto of the Rose , 1257. Botloe (hundred, co. Gloucester), 1600. Bott , Mary, lease, Tamworth, 1284. Botternell , South (manor of Carnedon Prior, Cornwall), 1125, 1192. Bottomsale (Sherwood Forest), 1017. Bottwnog ("Bottenoge") (co. Carnarvon), 1223. Boucher British History Online

    Index, B

    fines, 161; royal bounty, 214. Bottell , Thomas, servant to the Portuguese Envoy, 279. Bottes , Mathew, merchant, Manchester, 165. Botternell , South (co. Cornwall), 593. Bottham , Richard, smuggling in Epping Forest, 1410. Bottom , Will., passenger to Jamaica, British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the most successful undertaken by the choir. Suicide near Launceston.- Mr. W. F. Thomp- son, deputy-coroner, held an inquest at Botternell, North-hill, on Saturday, on John Warrichi Elvins, aged about twenty. The deceased bad been in the employ of Mr. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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