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  • * British History Online *

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    Transactions - vol. 1, 1611

    the voyage was well performed. Further proceedings are stayed, pending the instructions of the privy council. Hugh Merret, master; William Bygate, William Joanes, Robert Kytchen. 19. [f.10 ] 1 June 1611. Trinity House to Sir Thomas Fleming and other justices

    Transactions - vol. 1, 1612

    15s. Such wages and more are usually paid. William Byam, master; Christopher Newport, Michael Geere, William Goodlard, Robert Kytchen, William Bygate, Nicholas Diggons, Matthew Woodcott, William Ivie. 30. [f.15v ] 8 Aug. 1612. Tri nity House to the same Margery

    Transactions - vol. 1, 1610

    reasons, provided that there was no interference with the freedom of fishing now enjoyed. Hugh Merritt, master; William Jones, William Bygate, Robert Rickman, William Jordan, William Hare, William Sims, Nicholas Diggens, John Goodlad, William Goodlad, Robert Kitchen. 4. [f.2 2v

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1576

    coram ipsa tenenda), Sir Owen Hopton knt., William Fletewood esq. and Recorder of London, Jasper Fyssher, Barnard Randolph and Thomas Bygate esquires, Justices of the Peace, and adjourned "vsque xix diem dicti mensis Junii apud le Castell in Seint Johns

    Henry VIII, June 1537, 26-30, 01 June 1537-30 June 1537

    Townely, 8 months at 5 s .; Sir Thos. Percy, 6 months and odd, at 10 s .; Sir Fras. Bygate, 6 months at 10 s .; Dr. Makerell, for 3 months at 10 s ., and his chaplain, at

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brother Joseph Arthur (Hull), nresident, occupied the chair, and amongst those present were Brother Robert Jackson, vice-president (Grimsby); ½roz'ter Thvmas Bygate, treasurer (Hull); Brother BM tw-ornuaun', secretary (Hull), oc. - The President, izn his inaugural address, gave the delegates P Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Leeds), seconded by Mr. Lynn, a pension of £20. a year was unanimously granted to the board treasurer, P.A. Thomas Bygate, wbo-was seventy-:teven years of age, had been a Druid fifty-one years, and treasurer sixteen years-After a long and rather Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. llessrs. Morgan, (the mninister of the plae, wvho presided), ,,ales, lIudswell, Lamb, Gotlisrd, and by Alessrs. Turner, lieeson, Colton, Bygate, and Schofield. The proceedings ne:e characterised by a feature somewhat uncommon in i.ieetings of this kind, but wvhich added Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J.1 fl. Morigan, ovito presided, and by the Revs, Messrs. jialawiell, Iteynolds, and B.-own ; and Messrs. Russum, vood, .6chofleld, Bygate, asad Waite. LttutAitr TEA MEMwING.-Ofl Shrove Tuesday, Ssrch .1, about 5110 teachers and friends of the H-olbeck I it'esievau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dyson I tms, I)tckitssos, Attwuood, Quartermiaine, Cox, East, 1,t ~ileriagtta PhllisShotton, W'iubbInlt Saunders, Field. ti e'gm Slsovkie Brnrklelburst, Evans, Long, Bygate, &n. - °tlttty deolalers-.leoars. t(ethiog, Cattle, Haynes, Barker, terjsa (Idrist) Parish and Sankey (Birmillghatllt, Cot- 1rils (West Ilroiwhb), Brooks Subscribers-only content

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