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  • * British History Online * *

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    Edward VI - Volume 18, Undated 1553, 01 January 1553-30 June 1553

    the Mint, & c. 41. Certificate of horsemen, armour, & c., sent into the North last Easter, from Yarborough, Welshcrofte, Braidley, and Havershow, co. Lincoln; under the hands of Sir Robert Tyrwhit and Wm. Maneby. 42. Injunctions relative to the Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, November 1582, 01 November 1582-30 November 1582

    also address. Indorsed: "1582. Novemb. 9. Mr. John Sommer." 209. Petition of Martin Ellot. [ Nov. ] Martin Ellot of Braidley, for himself and the rest of the inhabitants of Liddisdaill, complains that after the "mony maisterfull stouthis, reiffis, murtheris, Subscribers-only content

    Index, E, 01 April 1581-31 December 1583

    c onvenient for James VI. to make equality between the favour of, and Lennox's company, 693. Ellot , Martin, of Braidley: petition of (Nov. 1582), 208. Elvingston , Mr . . . : (Elphinston) it is looked that, shall be Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    Richard, 168, 298, 310, 313. -, Samuel, Bishop of Salisbury, 63, 559. Bradshaw , Henry, 436. -, Robert, 419, 615. Braidley , John, 308. Brand , Sir Thomas, 397. Brandy , smuggling of, 165, and see Smuggling. -, post entries

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TH,,A ,PIO0LjT-I-,A-Ll - -A IN R.: ~~~~.. . : . I Party iseheaxissenf miy-forthe gaiotrf a few. .Pnssa. The flaitionade qf Rewai'd. -.By JEREMY BEFrl{A M. :. W, 'assume our wonted iiberty, of making one-ofa parpticular -class of books Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    throne. (Cheers.)"-Mr Braidley afterwards spoke at some length, but without a very enthusiastic reception.-Mr P. Thomson had tie show of hands in his favour. At the close of the first day's poll the numbers stood :-Thomson, 2,674; Braidley, 1,557: majority Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Linlithgow, hotel keeper-J. R. W. Anderson, Glasgow, manufacturing chemist-P. Clark, Kihlarnock, slaterand contractor- P. Ferguson, Glasgow, commission agent-G. Borland, High. Braidley, Loadon, Ayrshire, farmer. Fridar, October 14. BankruimpIs.-O. Stargis and WV. Adamns, College Villas, New Finchley road, St John's wood, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wight, butcher. [Peckham, Liedgate streen.-T A Druce, Witney, Oxfordshire, tinkeeper. [Shaen and Grant, IKennington cross.-J L Grosse and J T Braidley, Moorgate street. merchants. [(Howell, Bow lane.-F Simpson, Birmingham, draper. [James aid Knight, Birmingliam.-A Jones, Aston-jaxta-Biriminglham, edge tool manufacturer. [Tyndal, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    p. vice Willie, promotel-5th Foot: D G Beamlisb, Gent, to be Ens, without p, vice Bradford, promoted-6th Foot: H T Braidley, Gent, to be EDS, by p, vice Giffard, promoted-lth Foot: C T Morris, Gent, to be Ens, by p, Subscribers-only content

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