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  • * British History Online *

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    East Indies, October 1608, 01 October 1608-31 October 1608

    pass to be translated into English by Mr. May, preacher, or some other skilful in that language. Petition of Tristram Eldrick for allowance for divers disbursements referred for consideration. Remainder of the cloves sold at 6 s . 3 d

    East Indies, January 1609, 01 January 1609-31 January 1609

    agreed with for composition of the cloves now brought from the East Indies. For weighing and warehousing the spices. Tristram Eldrick to bring in his accounts. Wm. Cockayne to give orders about providing masts. [ Two pages. Court Bk., II.,

    East Indies, February 1608, 01 February 1608-28 February 1608

    the deputy s custody. The Earl of Cumberland s request concerning interest of the money supplied by his brother. Tristram Eldrick s accounts. Old stores to be appraised. Bills of adventure for the third voyage. Mr. Lyng s accounts. Those

    1582 London Subsidy Roll, Dowgate Ward

    . John Moorton ( £ 3) 3 John Warall ( £ 5) 5 Arthure Goodgame ( £ 3) 3 John Eldrick ( £ 5) 5 Richard Flecknall ( £ 3) 3 William Anthonie ( £ 3) 3 Mathue Gravenor (

    East Indies, January 1608, 01 January 1608-31 January 1608

    of 110 l . Elias Broadshawe and [John ] Grimston to be paid for their work about the ships. Tritsram Eldrick s accounts to be dismissed, and his yearly allowance of 40 l. to cease. John Waldow s services to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an accident occurred on the Great Eastern Railway, about a mile from Audley Eud Station, where* by two platelayers named Eldrick and Pledger lost their lives. A coal train from Cambridge had to be divided at Chesterford Bank, the driver Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place. Dec. Ist, aged CI, Mr. W. C. Payne, of Church Street South, Colchester. Dec. 2nd, aged 31 years, Emmanuel Eldrick, fifth son of Mr. James Hoyden, North Street, Colchester. Dec. 2nd, at Heybridge, aged 49, Mr. Thomas Bartlam, for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' Dec. Ist, aged 61, Mr. W. C. Payne, of Church Street South, Colchester. Dec. 2nd aged 31 years, Emmanuel Eldrick, fifth son ofMr. James Boyden, North Street, Colchester. Dec. 2nd, at Heybridge, aged 49, Mr. Thomas Bartlam, for _|J Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Audley End.-Ou Wednesday afternoon Mr. C. C Lewis held an inquest at Audley End on the bodies of John Eldrick and George Pledeer two platelayers employed on the Cambridge Line Very early on Tuesday morning an engine was despatched Subscribers-only content

    Daily Courant, THURSDAY OCTOBER 14 1725

    Oft. 1s. Pared by for the Riveri.the Hefter from Guiney; Bourdeaux Merchant from Bour- deaux; St. Clement from Oftend; Young Eldrick from Amifterdam ; Rachael and Hannah from Malaga; Suf. fex from Archangel; Mary from Calais; Betty Sloop and Delight, Subscribers-only content

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