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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, E, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    Elphinstoune , Jame, letter from, 330. Eltonhead of Lancashire , heir of, 456. Elvaston , letters dated at, 369, 502. Elverton , Serjeant, examines prisoners, 93. Ely , Bishop of. See Heton. Ely , Isle of, 169, 173. Emden (Embden),

    Cecil Papers, February 1601, 21-28, 21 February 1601-28 February 1601

    witness of, and went presently to Mr. Secretary and informed him of them, and yesterday Mr. Doctor C sar, Sergeant Elverton and Sir Jerome Bowes came hither and examined the said Harris and others about it. You are wise, and

    Charles I - volume 30, June 15-30, 1626, 15 June 1626-30 June 1626

    states that various previous proceedings had been ineffectual, and prays that command may be given to Justices Harvey and Yelverton [Elverton ] to cal l the parties before them at the Assizes. June 22. Whitehall. Sec. Conway to Attorney General Subscribers-only content

    Appendix III (a), Sessions Roll 549

    . and Peter Trueman of Ratcliffe, , for Prudence Archer of the same, widow, to keep the peace towards Humphrey Elverton; and of and Robert Mann of the same, backer, for Robert Kinge of the same, glover, and his wife

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 27 July 1614-30 August 1616

    -, Richard, 257 -, William, 237 -, [blank ] , 238 Yeden , John, 181 Yeecupp , John, 96 Yelverton [Elverton ] -, Humphrey, 27, 109, 160, 330, 342 -, Susan, 27, 160, 298 -, William, 195 Yeomans [Yomans ]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRMINGH AM POLICE COURT. I SATrultATA.-Before Sir T'he'sns cfartienau, Aldeirman Aeere, A7d.s-la- fanteoe, a wi .fMr. J. D. Goodman. A PAWNBaRoIKIT P1lAiSED.-Frederick Lonsdale (19), fruiterers' .sietarnt, Monument Road, was charged with stzealill a watch and chain, of the value Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Sugar by the lanuI's is avoidkd. Sold wholeasle and retail, ill pockets at 11. and upws-eds hit Birniffighsasnby Elverton anld Burrill J. Simulttnu George Berrill George Sussithson Nutter Brsoltters, and Claik Ste'iess, Fosn:an, and Co. T. P. Cheg;sr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the notes of which are plainly audible in the town. The inmates at the Castle were soon astir, and William Elverton, footman, and the boy Powell were despatched into the town for the Fire Brigade, the engines, and assietance. At Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CONCE4ALID 'WELLS. Yesterday morning an extixordinary accident occurred at the house of Mr. Robert Jones, phlimber tnt glazier, Breck Road, Elverton, Liverpool. lrs. .Jonos wvent into the back kitchen, when the floorilng suddenly gave way, and she wats nrecil)itated into Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WARWICK TOWN COUNOIL. THE SANITARY STATE OF THE TOWN. An, important meeting of the Warwick Tofn Council was held in the Court House on Tuesday; Lieut.-Colonel Greenway (Mayor) presiding. A general district rate at 2s. in thei pound was Subscribers-only content

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