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  • * British History Online * *

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    Warrants etc., May 1699, 21-21, 22 May 1699-31 May 1699

    by the late Lord Deputy. Ibid , p. 522. Same to same for a same for a grant to Robert Craghead, Alexander Hutchinson, Ja. Bruce, Fra Tredall, John McBridge, John Malcome, John Hutchinson and Archibald Rose for themselves and the

    General Index, C, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    Coyne , Alderman John Coy , Colonel John Crackerode , Jervase Cragg (Crag, Crage), Alexander Andrew John Julius Margaret Craighead (Craghead), Robert Cramah , Capt. Cramer , Godefroy Crammers , Herman Cranfield , Mr. Cratchrode , Mrs. Crawford , Col. Subscribers-only content

    Volume 60, March 1-April 29, 1699, 01 May 1699-29 April 1699

    North of Ireland. They recommend that the petition for the renewal of the patent to the two survivo rs, Robert Craghead and Alexander Hutchinson, and six others, should be complied with. Dated 17 April 1699. The petition and a copy

    Index, C, 01 January 1697-08 March 1702

    , John, customer, Newcastle; lxxii. 36. Coxall , John, an alderman of Lincoln; lxxiv. 56. Crab Island ; lv. 9. Craghead , Robert; lx. 64. Cranbourne , one, apprehended; lii. 57. Craufts Mrs. , her allowance for maintaining the Lady

    William and Mary, February 1695, 01 February 1695-28 February 1695

    province of Ulster. [ S.P. Ireland 357, No . 7. ] Enclosing the petition of Alexander Hutcheson, Archibald Hamilton, Robert Craghead, Robert Henry and William Adaire ( undated ), showing that there remained unpaid, on the 25 th of December Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    early next week, from the Penmaenmawr. the A MOTHER AXD SON KILLTD 'BY LtrT;ING.-During iter the thunderstorm that passed over Craghead, In the counts ned of Durham, the other day, two boys who werestanding out- Mr. side the door of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NISI PRIUS COURT.-SATURDAY, JULY 15. ittirsi was ? ex. RUSSELL n. PROCTIOR.-This wvns an action for adebltof £C320 regi sil- brought by Mr. Benjamin llussell, of Lecds, against Messrs. Proctor, and Rmni tnichirc-rrekers, of the same place. An ncknowledgmiiet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 881d. LONDON COAL MARKET YesteI'day.-Newcastle-Bell's Primrose gas 18a., Bower's 5West Hartley 17s. 9d., Byas's Bebside West Hartley 17s. 6d. Craghead steam i6s. 9d., Howard's West Hartley 17s. 6d., Lambert's West Hartley 17s. 6d., Tanfield Moor Butes 20s. 3d., West Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Gxid., straw 3d, to 4d. per sto te. LONDON COAL, WedsiesdaY.-Ncwcastle-B-yass's Deb3idc, West Hartley, ls. 6d.; CarrH Hartley, ditto, Craghead steara. 13s. 91.; Hastings's Hartley, 15s. Od.; Iolywell msain. INs.; North Pellton, gas, 13sl. Tasfield Moor Butes, 3s.; Walker's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and w ho are engaged on the new railway between Newcastle andConsett. Saturdaylastbeing the navvies' pay day,Polie.e constable Forster, of Craghead, was dispatched to the assistance of Police-constable Raine, of, Bu&%opield, to maintain order. Between twelve o'clock on Saturday night Subscribers-only content

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