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  • * British History Online *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St Dunstan Stepney, The Hamlet of Limehouse, -

    0.00 0.00 On behalf of: Thompson. Bridges , William 1.20 6.00 0.00 0.00 Chubb , John 0.60 3.00 0.00 0.00 Cruft , - (Mr) 1.00 5.00 0.00 0.00 Alchurch , - (Mr) 2.00 10.00 0.00 0.00 Comment: [senior ? ]

    Entry Book, May 1677, 11-20, 01 May 1677-31 May 1677

    Customs Commissioners to employ Mathew Cradock as a landwaiter, London port, loco Richard Walmesley, who is willing to relinquish. George Cruft as a tidesman at Poole, loco Thomas Hickes, who declines same. William Cowland as a tidesman at Lynn, loco

    Entry Book, October 1678, 1-15, 01 October 1678-31 October 1678

    Oct. 14. Same to Robert Ekins (Ekings), late searcher at Poole (and similarly to Henry Jubber, late Surveyor there, George Cruft, late tidesman there, Peter Bennet, late deputy searcher there) to attend the Customs Commissioners at the Custom House, London,

    Entry Book, January 1679, 21-31, 01 January 1679-31 January 1679

    him. Robert Walker as a tidesman at Southwold, loco William Vincent, dismissed. Robert Mirfin as tidesman at Poole, loco George Cruft, intended to be removed. Thomas Carpenter as a watchman, London port, loco William Frier, dismissed. Out Letters ( Customs

    Appendix V

    to have a commission to seize prohibited goods. Elias Scot to be waiter at Wooller. Cowland, tidesman at Lynn. Geo. Cruft, tidesman at Poole. Dutch ambassador. Mr. Brisban. Edw. Teare, 20 l . Warrant to take Mr. Jennyson's security [as

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Exeter College EXETER COLLEFE

    since come to light and is in the college archives together with a modern copy by the Rev. W. G. Cruft . For this purpose the city in 1623 , at the request of the king, granted to the college

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dshiro, batther. [Nichols and , lletlnld row.-G. 'ernelue, High street, Poplar, grocer. l[Dann aund ~ie, tln ;nend bsildinigs, Gray's inn,.-rf. Cruft, Wtiltciapel reead, sstablekeeper [Te nor, i~hicocliapel rnad.--T. Hug~hon, uXeoplrt, Adonnionthslire, shipowner. LLsl&,l gcNrporl-Jealu end Jonntlntn Creosley, Bargor, Caruarvoosliire, wine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It appears that a jeweller of ithe name of Cruft has resided with his wife for some time in the ifront and back parlours. About two months since his wife, Elizabeth Cruft, was confined, and since then she has been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very maiualutalc ira thle huitenlueato Stature as Ci, a h'linhlding entitle ira tham maraturalt atd ualeiaill-iahmpco;'ima hocalit)'. ht t H.1Ilh Cruft" :'Y tuasy tie 'mhi'tr mt anit titian tyar ma frain tiae Aric- ai I-on- tioumci`, antd tionnvnmtata cmiii be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Good reforeoces.-Apply.W. Jones, 22, Pitnford fAKEIIS and Confectioeors.-Wtnted, by young 3fan, SItatior.; , tigsod second or single; abstainer.-Apply, 16., Lafdy Cruft -Wellington, salop. ___ ___ BARI'I' ,otnfcctiiner (disengaged) Rentouiras .Sirtpstion; rnarrie 'S wel26; e up in stitalita, ;"Lry, cake, pies, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    el pansor window. .A most frightful eight Pre' sented itself. On a rreneh bedstead lay the lifeless bodies of Mrs. Cruft and her two children, tho: bleed tit the time being quite warns and oozinz froru the wounds. The chil- Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Curious remarks on The history of Manchester, 1861

    know till this I read, But Pavements had been pav' d ; And not like Butter, with Thumb Jpread On Cruft , which Bob had few d. 377. To prove the early making of Woollen- Cloth, our Author quotes Gen. Subscribers-only content

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