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  • * British History Online *

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    Preston Patrick

    to the higher part of Stainburild, and so across to Raiseherling and from thence to below the Dubbs eastward, and from the Dubbs to the ancient bounds of Lupton to Hordpotrig. 4 For this confirmation Patrick granted that he would

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, 12-22 Charles II (1660-72)

    Walkington, baker Johannes Cole Radulphus Kendall, laborer Xpoferus Crosby, joyner Willelmus Flinte, baker Danyell West, taylor Willelmus Harwood, tayler Willelmus Dubbs, clothier George Slinger Radulphus Kendall, laborer Franciscus Moorewood, grocer Willelmus Champeman, butcher Henricus Cowpland, laborer Johannes Barker Edwardus White,

    Undermilbeck, Applethwaite and Winster

    10 " 10 0 The same " 14 " Jenkyn Dickson " 8 " 2 12 0 The same holds Dubbs close " 4 0 John Dickson holds a tenement and 3 " 2 0 John Ellerowe " 6 "

    Index, D-J

    Rob. 62; Tho. 26; 62 Drydell , Drydyll, Joh. 129, 179, 202; Tho. 179 Dryden , Driden, Jonath. 159, 240 Dubbs , Will. 138 Ducke , Duke, Mic. 285; Tho. 155, 195, 267; Thornton and Thorton, 195, 267, 285 Ducket

    General index, A - J

    , Agnes, 99. Drybeck , Lupton , 358. " Preston Patrick , 285, 302. Dryterne , Hutton Roof , 345. Dubbs , Preston Patrick , 299. " close, 67, 84. " Little, Levens , 136. " water, 21, 71. Duckett

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the proceedings closed i wvith a display of fireworks. ONEI HONDRBD MnXs A' HmU .-It is reported that Mesars. Dubbs, locomotive-builders, have in hand a monster express locomotive, designed by Mr. lichael Reynolds, consulting engineer, Wolverhaupton, which constitutes a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arnie, dealer in railway shares, Dalkeith; to mset as at Edlinburgh, Feb. 24, at 2. a JACKSON the late lobart, Dubbs, paeisl of Neilstol ; to nmoot at s Paisley, Feb. 28, at 1. Gl'AINT William, innkeeper, Dalwbinuic; to meet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by eight bands of music, splendid banners, and witnessed by thousands of persons, marched through the town to Fletcher and Dubbs, where a grand gala was held. A remarkably daring case of highway robbery was brought under the attention of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    losnae endi w wih eDdrovaal Ids ws and ptrioti r ethe a mlshlevops proosaLs to ret up a Parliminent in Dubbs,, itse b to talx every l to mEnans to ani~r h oiwihh x 9 WAlY gropounn btah, inl "sd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IHARBOUTR IMPROVEMENTS. Yesterday, at a Special Meeting of the Corporation for the improvement of the Port and Harbour of Belfast we under- stand that the following resolutions were entered into:- lst. That as there is not at present a Subscribers-only content

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