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You searched for: Place: Bunbury, Source type: Parliamentary

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    2 February 1720, 2 February 1721

    Petition and Appeal of Walter ftV^ ^ Officers of the South Sea Company, as are in the Cuftody Bunbury of the City of Dublin Efquire and Dame Bokor. et ai. of the Serjeant at Arms attending the Houfe of Com- Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1721, 27 April 1721

    Breach of lege: the Privilege of the Earl of Clarendon, committed in Ire¬ land, by Samuel Adams, in caufing Walter Bunbury the laid Earl's menial Servant to be arrefted. vant, in Ireland. A Meffage from the Houfe of Commons, by Subscribers-only content

    4 August 1721, 4 August 1721

    Dublin Efquire, complained of ?'on co"c?rn" Yefterday for a Breach of Privilege committed in Ire- 'ebon'sCom- land, in caufing Walter Bunbury, a menial Servant to the: Earl of Clarendon, to be arrefted and detained in Cuf¬ tody, in Behalf of Subscribers-only content

    26 October 1721, 26 October 1721

    Stores imported from Ruffia, into the Port of London, from Michaelmas 17 2 o to Michaelmas 17 21." <c c< Bunbury K: Ux. verfiis Bolton & al. ing Caui'es. 7 L. Chancel Adjourn. N° 6. An Account of Naval Stores Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1762, 1 March 1762

    " An Act Blake's Bill. " to enable Patrick Blake Efquire, a Minor, to mak>e " a Settlement on AnnabeUa Bunbury Spinfter, and the " Iifue of their intended Marriage; and for oilier Pur- * pofes therein mentioned." Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

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