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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    board att East Indiaman. 3[I went with tiemt, and a' eveitt to tnie Swan in Lendenhiali-street. Raitnes as-ksll a Jew Crimp, if ie Iknew of a ship for Four people.-The ten said, Nc. After tle hew ace gotte, Rlames said, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cort inerchai;ts-G. Searby aild J. T. Gilaon, Bolingb; eke Lincoln- shtire, ptlnber-J. I. Allot and W. Spilsbury, \olverihamptonn ji0o;ongers-W\cyinontli anti Crimp, Iladbrook, Devsonshire intalt- sters-E. akid M. lttlward, Liverpool. milliners-Browvi' and Dr ayton; Leicester, lhosiers-tlolland tnd Woroick, Padihai;, Lancashire butchers-Rlicketts, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .ls, three or fotrll ouse- e paintelr; none but steady ml need apply.-APPIY, Bate Brothers . . ira all (late Crimp and Son), Bridgnorth,_SBOP. 6 T6 . Jim i6 tANTED, at oste, Firt-class Bedioe end Skirt lands, Also, Weallt flyI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iceoe 'omit Sitoationrs.-Muoseley Regisrity, 'tetalean erae Ale ter oad, lf Hr.OUSEMIAID Wonteul-Apidy. Mrs. Iforecil, Mdidland, Rookl, 0 1dweomcey Road, near- Crimp Ifi Station. c4337 - T1OUSE oawl Parliusromiad Waoled. for ac~Irnot~ry Irenice feuv miles J ii freer Chieltenhamrn. Wages £14. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kingsbridge, Devon, yesterday. as a chemnist's' assistant named Crimp was compounding .1 toe chemicals when tisey suddenly exploded, blowing out the c P- frorst of tire house and causing otiser damage. Crimp sir received such fearful isijurios tlsat lie died Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    State Papers, 1657, December (3 of 6), 01 December 1657-31 December 1657

    marched into the marshes of Gluckstadt and Crimp, to gather in contribution, met with a party of the Danes, about 800 or 1000, took a few of them, and beat the rest into Crimp. Sir William Vavasour is still in

    Affairs of the East India Company, Minutes of evidence: 17 June 1830

    Periods; and when it was inquired if any Men were to be had, I gave the Crimp an Allowance; he is usually called the Crimp; he brought you Men where he could. [613 ] Of what Description; did you get

    Index, A - E

    12 Creswell , Arthur, 98 " , Thomas, 62, 63 Crew , Sir Randol, knt., 101 " , Shedrach, 230 Crimp , A, 256 Crippes , Cornelius, 107 Cripplegate , co. Midd., 17, 20, 24, 55, 58, 59, 62 (2),

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 May 1723, 15 May 1723

    punifhed as fuch, but where fuch an extraordinary Proceeeding is evidently neceffarv tor tiie rreiervation or tne otatc: Whereas the Crimp a c it* i_r <• t -r*. ^uuuc, vvucicdi me wime « feveral Days next before or next after Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1815, 14 March 1815

    94 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. ' to take an Account of what was due to the Re- :t fpondent Henry Heaton for the Tithes of Hay arifing ;' and growing on the Lands occupied by the Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    Periods: and when it was inquired if any Men were to be had, I gave the Crimp an Allowance; he is usually called the Crimp; he brought you Men where he could. Of what Description ; did you get the Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1711, 10 April 1711

    of a Lighterman, for the lightering of Coals in the River of Thames, be permitted to deal or trade as Crimp, or Coal-factor, in the faid River, or Port of London; and to impower any Perfon or Perfons, keep¬ ing Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1730, 25 March 1730

    to abate of the Price, they had agreed to fell them for. Mr. Ajhßurn, who is a Coal Factor, or Crimp, being examined, confirmed the Evidence, given by Mr. Smith and Horn, in relation to the Lightermen's being Sellers of Subscribers-only content

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