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  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, April 1677, 1-15, 01 April 1677-30 April 1677

    process be issued against William Tredue and John Hooper on their bond dated 1671, Sept. 29, as sureties for Peter Docton, late Collector of Appledore port, who died suddenly March 1, 1674-5, and is since found indebted to the King

    Minute Book, May 1705, 01 May 1705-31 May 1705

    Minute Book May 1705 May 1705 May 2, forenoon. Present : Lord Treasurer, Chancellor of the Exchequer. [Write ] to Sir William Robinson and Mr. Jett to be here on Monday week in the forenoon. [My Lord orders ]

    House of Commons Journal Volume 12, 11 March 1699, 11 March 1699-11 March 1699

    . . . Devenish 1 10 Captain Jonathan Stukly 5 John Tayler 2 4 Richard Tipett 1 10 Captain Philip Docton 5 . . . Balmier 2 4 Wm. Northcote 1 10 Captain Thomas Adams 5 John Bankes 2 4


    Carew as Major and Capt. 7 s . 2 d . Captains William Courtney, Alexander Cockle, Jonath[an ] Stukley, Phillip Docton, Thomas Adams, Walter Pigott, Christopher Dalton, James Blakeney, Benjamin Buller and Francis Blynman each 4 s . 8 d

    Entry Book, October 1676, 16-31, 01 October 1676-31 October 1676

    of the reference [from same ] to same of the petition of William Tredne and Jo. Hooper, sureties for Peter Docton, late collector at Appledore, praying leave to compound at 200 l . for the arrear of 473 l .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. Rector left the Cibir, he would read to himt a Resolution which he intended to moveso that the Rev. Docton, might not complaini of any unfair proceedings. The Resoldition wv as:-" That the cobduict of the Rector, Dr. D'Oyly, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Feb. 28. D BEs `AL3AT3A.-.9.btOUtouc ... ~'P,1AVDAV. 31cr. O. S:S. 'CALIFONI~tA." 3.,020 tom.._ !SATURL'AY. 111cr. 13. And IN eddy tiesreafttr. Docton, Phlalldelpihia, antI ttcltioiure :-Cohhlie, RIt. 1hs., £M123. l, to £15, 1ts. ;Steeragne, X61, lii. Tooriot Tickete cooued at redutcedRtlIese. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o Wiitrames, b West . 0.... a F, Townseed, l b w, b Robertson .........18 8 Painter, e Wobboc, F Docton ...s .....8a 9. Ii. V. Page, l b %v, F Burton........ 3? B.i L,, Gelditlcs, is WTest.............. 28 10, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reall,. what a large proportion of London seems to be sufferin:v from just now with regard to the canine race. Docton' are generally considered v ise in their generation, but' think they hardly have all knoxwledg~e with reference t! dogs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    107 - ~SUN URN, RE-DiNESS, and Lighto CUTAXE-OVS. -A6FEUTIOY as-e CURED by LA CREMI ShIUON. Rwommeade& by all the celebrated Docton ot Paris, and adopted by eraw Lady who, is &=os-l to ]esee-se her TO Comvlesiom. P-ion 4s. and 2L Subscribers-only content

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