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  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, February 1687, 21-28, 21 February 1687-28 February 1687

    per an .; 975 l . which they paid to Nicholas Conyers, esq., for his newly erected alum works in Boulby and Easington at the rate of 300 l. per an . for 3 years; 1,700 l . which they

    Report on the Charities of the Drapers' Company, Part II

    6. No. 2, ditto. William H. Hillyer, 21 years, from Midsummer 1842 24 0 0 7. No. 3, ditto. J. Boulby Vaughan, 21 years, from Midsummer 1842 21 0 0 8. No. 4, ditto. Stephen Amer, 21 years, from Midsummer

    Volume 219, February 1660, 01 February 1660-28 February 1660

    Overker, formerly Sir Harry's servant; of Oswald Kirk, a surgeon; Tankerd of Arden, a young gent has got new pistols; Boulby of Helmsley has made a new charging saddle, and is very busy in Sir Harry's behalf. Squire Barton reports Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, August 1544, 26-31, 01 August 1544-31 August 1544

    Jerusalem ; rents and services from lands of Ric. Yonge and 5 others (named) in Boulby, Linc., and lands in tenure of John Drewrye in Boulby and of Richard Newcome in Hawthorpe, Semperyngham priory ; lands in tenure of John

    Index, B

    de, wife of Godefroy de la Tour, duc de Bouillon, 1467, 1590, 1919, 2050, 2097; lodgings at St. James's, 2050. Boulby (co. Yorks), alum works, 1215. Bould , Margaret and Mary, lands, Ireland, 565. Boulogne (France), 468; Castle, 1820, 2144.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by letter, 118, Dohy Posi O fffic e .1 1 6 4 3OYS WANTED, as APPRENTICEO, to a good Trade.-Applyto Boulby and Co., 7, Mary Ann Street. 697 7ANTED, on Oftice LAD, who can write a 6ood plain hand.- W Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    w 2 in W~TK. a ManKufacot'rY-, Wag to commencoe at 4s. 2GlidNTZE week Optatbleoy WtF auteC6 an APPRB.YTICB3.- apply to Boulby and Co. 7, Mary Ann Street, St. Paul's. 52D ATANTED a rospeotble GIRL as Nurse, about sixteen years ot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have beon returneld to us. "Captain Anderson and Mr. De Normann have died frmn thc effects of ill-treatment. "Esabpzon and Boulby unaccounted for. "Tlhe Empelor's Summcr Palace taken and sacked, affording iuninenro spoil. ." ,nperor lied into Tartary. " Forces Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to have belonged to the Scotland, had been washed ashore. Tbe Richard Jackson, from the Mediterraneanm, Is reported ashore at Boulby; and the Erin of Dublin, is a wreck in Belfast Loulgh. The Urgent, of Newry, from Toronto to Portaferry, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lighted experimentally with electricity on Friday night. Birs. Isabella Miller hns just died at the age of 104 years at Boulby, a roniantie villago on the Yorkshire ceilet. A child namied Cliallke fell f rein a window of the Boar's Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    History of the rise and progress of Middlesbrough, 1863

    which he identified as similar to those he had seen in Northamptonshire , In 1830 he found similar ironstone near Boulby , and then predicted that Cleveland would become a great iron district when the railway system was developed, which Subscribers-only content

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