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  • * British History Online * *

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    Henry VIII, January 1547, 11-20, 01 January 1547-31 January 1547

    All the malt in Robt. Dunne ' s charge is sold to brewers and will last them until Easter. In Burgois garner, wheat 500 rasers, rye 100 rasers, wheat bought and coming hither by Easter 400 rasers. In the Staple,

    Charles II, May 1679, 01 May 1679-31 May 1679

    Susanne, his wife, with their maidservant and manservant and also for Mrs. Susanne Burgois and Margaret, her daughter, with their maidservant and for Elizabeth Richard, John Burgois and John Jacques de Fayan, with 8 horses, to pass beyond the seas. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 January 1679-31 August 1680

    Queen's footman, pass for Mr., debt due to, paid to Con. Magennis Burghley , Lord. See Cecil, John, Lord Burghley. Burgois , John, pass for Mrs. Susanne, and Margaret, her daughter, pass for Burgundy , title of, dispute about, between Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    Burghley , W. Cecil lord, handwriting of, ii. .524, 634 (9): p. 473 Burgies , John, ii. 775 (f. 96). Burgois , , ii. 724. Burgonnes Lands , near London, i. g. 716 (17). Burgos , in Spain, i. 782;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Ford)-The new arrivals at this establishment consist of Signor Boleni and Son (Chinese jugglers), Miss 0. Powell (seriocnmie). Mr. Burgois (comic), Mr. T. Franklin (tenor), Mr. J. S. Green (comic), Mr. T. Isaace. Sr. HxrsLra.-Oasino.-(Proprietor, Mr. C. Rudd.)-The present Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    robbing 'tic hi rle of the wild fruits and bem rie., almost their sole support in winter. The late Dean Burgois used to S't his fao against this wanton cruelty, as well as agneinst the proluco and costly decora- tiou Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but it is generally believed Lord Wellitiuptoti "ill "tie go inlto vwiltrer-quartlar, unless altaulutelV ctlnt pelferl ; hut aitcr taking Burgois and San Corvo, wvill direct Ilila sbole toree a;;illtti Sorilt. It is iit"agi1el we- are waiting for Spaishiil re- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Reversion in Fee expectant as afore- said, of and in all that overland Tenement known by the name of BURGOIS, containing Ba. 3r. lop. of exceedingly fertile Land, situate almost adjoining the Church Town, late in the occupation of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CiAMM* *• • MEADOW, with the WASTER EL fbrnt" iug, containing *r. 13p. of Land, situ^u- ;a » lage of Burgois, and now in the oscaaalw* - ; Ann Hawkins. Lot s. - The Fee-simple and Inheriui-:- all those valuable Subscribers-only content

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