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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    en . gytu gan wefr (electricity), a gellir myned o'r naill ben i'r Hall iddynt am 5 cents. Mae y Courthouse yn un o'r adeiladaun mwyaf a harddaf yn yr hell l wlad, gyda th'r yn 293 troedfedd o uchder, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smith. - A public meeting of the inhabitants of Selkirk is to be held on the 20th inst. in the Courthouse, for the purpose of adopting measures for erecting a monument to the memory of Mungo Pasrk, who was a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Fugitive Slave Law. A Mob, irritated by the arrest of a coloured man as a fugitive slave, surrounded the Courthouse, seized the pri soner, carried him forcibly away, and afterwards secured his retreat so speedily that all attempts at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    life lost among the Federal troops. On the 31st ult. a body of Federal cavalry made a foray into Fairfax Courthouse, and retired with the loss of six killed and missing. It being reported that two of the prisoners were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ten to twelve hours at his trade. Having completed his apprenticeship in the autumn of 1S24, he went to Laurens Courthouse, South Carolina, where he worked as a journeyman for nearly two years. While there be became engaged to be Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Creech St. Michael Manors and other estates

    at Ham was let in 1760 and sold in 1790 by the lord of Creech manor. 32 The cottage called Courthouse may be on the site. In 1559 William Knapman sold half the estate at LANGALLER to Robert Cuffe .

    Woodford Religious history

    , 85, 112-13; A. H. Gander , Woodford and its church , 15. By 1969 it had been renamed The Courthouse and was used by the North- East London Area for quarter sessions and various offices. H. Grieve , 'The

    Townships Penwortham

    copyhold lands belonging to Henry Fleetwood about 1720 mentions the Prison house, Blashey (adjoining Howick ), Castle Hill and the Courthouse (north of the churchyard), the windmill and Aspley Greaves . Paper in possession of W. Farrer . 1,975 acres,

    Kidderminster Introduction, borough and manors

    17 November 1485 . He also possessed a two-storied tavern, cottages in Worcester Street and Mill Street and the ' Courthouse ' Tavern. 147 The rents of tenements in Shop Row were subsequently devoted to supporting obits, 148 while Sir

    Finchley Introduction FINCHLEY IN 1814 FINCHLEY

    , had 33. Nether Street had 17 houses, including Elm Place, Sellars Hall, Brent Lodge , Long Lodge , and Courthouse Farm, and housed 2 fund-holders, 2 members of the stock exchange, and 2 solicitors. There were many other residents

  • * British History Online * *

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    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1611

    Parke." G. D. R., . . . ., 9 James I. 9 July, 9 James I. Order, made at the Courthouse in High Holborne, for the committal to Newgate, there to remain till next Session, of Peter Berde of St.

    America and West Indies, October 1721, 1-14, 01 October 1721-14 October 1721

    our River a new county called Spotsilvania and to give 1000 out of the Treasury to buy armes, build a Courthouse and Church the first of which is in one roome of his owne house, and to cloak this the

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1610

    to be hung. G. D. R., 4 Sept., 8 James I. 13 August, 8 James I. Memorandum that, at the Courthouse in Westminster, Richard Abbingtcn gentleman, a Popish Recusant, being tendered the Othe of Allegiaunce . . . . refuseth

    Entry Book, December 1686, 11-15, 11 December 1686-15 December 1686

    and the Court garden and Courthouse and divers other arable and pasture lands and wood grounds in Lindhurst, all lying within New Forest, on terms detailed, to keep all in repair except the capital messuage, Courthouse and outhouses thereto belonging

    James 1 - volume 78, December 1614, 01 December 1614-31 December 1614

    a legacy for founding four Scholarships in Trinity College. March 4, 1610 Canterbury. 89. Francesco Carter to his brother, John Courthouse, servant of the Earl of Oxford. Intreats assistance, being thrown into prison by the justices of Canterbury, for being Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Woolmer Forest Lodge

    Book Hampshire and Isle of Wight 2007 - 2008 Meeting Places Gymnasium, Guadolope Barracks, Bordon Camp, Bordon, Hampshire, England 1918 Courthouse, Whitehill, Bordon, Hampshire, England 1920 Masonic Hall, Whitehill, Bordon, Hampshire, England 1926 Masonic Hall, Petersfield, Hampshire, England 1956 Masonic


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