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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 6 August 1832, 06 August 1832-06 August 1832

    Fulton of Hartfield; Henry Dunlop of Arthurlie; William Lowndes of Arthurlie; William Craig of Kirkton; James Wylie of Carsewell; Hugh Stewart of Carsewell; John Gemmell of Holehouse; Captain Mathew Anderson of Broadlee; Mrs. Janet Wood , Spouse of Captain Peter

    Border Papers volume 1, May 1580, 01 May 1580-31 May 1580

    whereof none able, having paid eight years' fines a-piece to Gawen Claverenge, Arthure Cressewell and George Erengeton, "at the leaste." Carsewell, 1. Other 10 tenants unable, having paid fines of 20 nobles, and 12 l . for holdings of 26 Subscribers-only content

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1661

    of Crooked Lane London brushmaker, (11) Laurence Rowden of Ratcliffe Highway rope-maker, (12) Thomas Hull of Whitechappell mealeman, (13) William Carsewell of . . . ., (14) Jeffery Lane of Wapping leiterman, (15) Henry Avis of Wapping mariner, (16) Thomas

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1662

    Thomas Daford, Nicholas Wilson, Edward Stretch, James Inwood, Thomas Wilkinson, Thomas Hinton, Samuel Loveday, John Berry, Richard Ogle and William Carsewell, for being present at an unlawful assembly on 25th May ult.; and of John Griffith, Jonathan Jenings, John Bull

    The Register, Cartulary (62-125)

    a chantry in the church of St. Botolph on the south, a tenement formerly of Ralph Ramsey, now of John Carsewell on the north, Alderichegate on the east and the garden of the tenement formerly of Ralph Ramsey on the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arriving at 9.55 p.m. The barquentine was towed into safety. Fortunately no lives were lost. The collision took place off Carsewell Point, at the entrance to Loch Ryan, South of Scotland. Much relief was felt on the news of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Selkirk: Sergeant Lindley, 1st Warwick ; Sergeant lee, 2nd West Riding; Ser- ,gantPatiterson, 5th Argyle and Soitherland High- ladr;Private Carsewell, 4th Scottish Rifles; Major Mitchelson, 2nd York ; Sergeant Poole, let Nottse; Ser- geantlilack, 5th Highland LightInfantry; SergeanitAndar- son,4thiScottlishRidses; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Company 'will take averth bsiesafrm he 0h Sepreinuber. 1096 (less the sum of £1,080 to be paid by Henry Carsewell aisd Cornpany Limited as a dividend at the rate of 40 per cent., 'per annuma for the six months Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last, the Donaghmore Farming Society rnet I in a field belonging to Mr. James Carsewell, of Ballyma- Icaraty Beg, for the purpose of holding their usual ploughing match. On this occasion, 0n ploughls started, and every thing went off with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of any con- sequence. ItHis WORSHin ordered the prisoner to be dis. charged. DESERTION. David Ferguson was charged by Sub-Constable Carsewell with being a deserter from the Royal Artillery. William Irwin stated that he saw the prisoner receive a shilling Subscribers-only content

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