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  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, July 1663, 01 July 1663-31 July 1663

    the Customs Farmers to discharge the seizure of some bales of Norwich stuffs, entered at the Customs House by William Bowridge, of London, merchant. Ibid . Prefixing : Note of said Bowridge's petition, and report thereon from the Customs Farmers.

    Cases brought before the committee, May 1650, 01 May 1650-31 May 1650

    351 25 Nov. 1651. Summoned again by the county commissioners to pay an assessment. 86 56 Ralph Richards, Therverton,; Amy Bowridge, Cadley, both Co. Devon. 29 May 1650. Vol. No. A or p. Information that 5 years ago Richards sent Subscribers-only content

    State Papers, 1655, September (3 of 4), 01 September 1655-30 September 1655

    expedient. Read 20 Sept. 1655. And your petitioners shall ever pray, & c. Nath. Manton, Nicholas Blake, George Torriano, William Bowridge, Michael Spicer, Richard Baker, Lawrence Chambers, William Whittle, Walter Radcliffe, Samuel Wilson, Nicholas Warren, Thomas Savage, Richard Lant, Francis

    State Papers, 1656, January (2 of 9), 01 January 1656-31 January 1656

    And the petitioners, & c. John Twill, John Turner, Walter Beum, William Bulkley, Philip Jackson, Henry Negus, Robert Lange, William Bowridge, Edward Baker, Giles Travers, Clement Egleston, James Drawatter, Robert Downe, John Paige, William Clapham, Roger Kilvert, Ant. Caruep, Henry

    Letters, 1652

    you to my letter written you and my father-in-law. Yesterday I writ you a few hasty lines per Mr Thomas Bowridge, where I sent you a letter from Mr Boone which I opened merely to see what he writ you

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CUdE? PJPAID ADYNITI8U'1NTM go comaetIe hierdiew of the ok... of ADVERTIgEIOTS pauticularised bdow, kei, kloling me the d are- &. d. olwo ine (newords Bto a U e) ....... 0 6 Ditto Threeinsiertsos ....... 1. I0I Ditto t bertions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0. D. Orchard, Col. Ode, L William Blake, ditto George Tavyen, 4th David Hill, 95th L Wmi Baetin let Jon. Bowridge, 6Srd Frederick Cook, 20th e Thotas Feehan, ditto Wm. Collirs, 98th John Whitehill, 47th a Michael Angllng, 2Lst Rich. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fox was soon found in the plantation, which went straight to Monkham, then through?; Oreat Wood and High Wood, and Bowridge to Newbarn Gorso at a rattling pace. Here there was a slight check, is another fox jumped up in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R.H.A., dysentery; J. M'Ket- terick, R.A., catarrh ; W. Appleton, Gren. Guards, rheu- matism ; G. Taysun,- 4th, diarrhoea; J. Bowridge, 63d, gelatio ; W. Collins, 88th, diarrhoea ; R. Hawkins, 97th, dysentery ;J. Absolom, Cold. Guards, diarrhoea ; W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _«. SOUTHAMPTON CORN EXCHANGE, FRIDAY. unr market to-day was clow for all articles, but we make no alteration in quotations. Wheat. Beam. r £ s. d. Mm. d. Per quarter 46s to 62s «r 10ad... 16 10 0 to Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 February 1732, 27 February 1733

    Robert Stevenfon, John Stark, John Grant, William Muirhead, John Renny of Navvies Mealling, John Angus, Marcus Scott, William Hay of Bowridge, Alexander BryQbn, David and John Rennys of Tongur, John Renny of Fifieracre, Robert Ronald, James Short, James Aiken, William Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1733, 9 March 1734

    Robert Stivenfon, John Stark, John Grant, William Muirhead, John Rennie of Harvies Meallen, John Angus, Marcus Scot, William Hay of Bowridge, Alexander Brycefon, David and John Ren- nies of Tongue, John Rennie of Fijheraiker, Robert Ro¬ nald, James Short, James Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1735, 2 May 1735

    Stephen/on, John Stark, John Grant, Wil¬ liam Muirhead, John Rennie of Harvies Mealling, John Angus, Marcus Scot, William Hay of Bowridge, Alexander Brycefon, David and John Rennies of Tongue, John Ren¬ nie of Fifloeraiker, Robert Ronald, James Short, James Aiken, Subscribers-only content

    Report from the Select Committee on Gauging in the Port of London., 1813

    ,p codm Dno ^u'iat011 ft?e? Ucge q"V * S0'P° dwUt ;1^fat Baro" intelllS<l & infol<mari <!<* qui<*m Wilhns ¦contra formam Bowridge de London Mcrcator inter vicesimu diem Aprilis ultim p/terit & diem ¦Stntutihicin'ot. exhibicois huj1 Informaconis apud poct\ See Trintl1 Subscribers-only content

    Report from the Select Committee on Gauging in the Port of London., 1813

    the form of the Statute aforesaid.; mid that the aforesaid William Bowridge come here to answer in the premises. Where¬ upon it is agreed that the said William .Bowridge be commanded by, the- will; 0/ Our Lord, the now king, Subscribers-only content

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