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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, E

    letter to English Peers at York, 322. Esam. See Evesham. d'Eschaux , Bertrand, Archbishop of Tours, 283. Essenden. See Essendine.Essendine (Essenden), co. Rutland, petition to Earl of Salisbury from tenants at, 458, 459. Essendon (Essenden), co. Herts, money collected

    Cecil Papers, 1630-1668, 01 January 1630-31 December 1668

    /32.) Nicholas Jackson to . 1645, August 4. He has been to Essendine and distrained some more cattle which he has brought to Brigstock. Those tenants at Essendine who have agreed for leases, are to receive an abatement of one-third

    Index, E, 01 January 1600-31 December 1600

    , Capt. Alexander, of Withyell, examination of, 258. Espagne . See Spain. Espagnols . See Spaniards. Espinola . See Spinola. Essendine (Essenden, & c.), co. Rutland, 231, 379. manor of, 82. Essex , Earl and Countess of. See Devereux. Mr.,

    Index, E

    sent by James VI of Scotland as his envoy to Queen, 92 and n . Escue . See Ecu . Essendine , co. Rutland, reference to petition against Cecil from certain inhabitants of, 106. Essex , Countess of. See Devereux,

    Cecil Papers, 1603, 01 January 1603-31 December 1603

    in the parks, petitions again st Cecil from certain inhabitants of Essendine concerning alleged concealed lands, and a movement to persuade Cecil to abate his rents out of Essendine by 20 or 30 annually. Undated . (3) A letter describing

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    foot marchied ont of this place last Saturday morning, on their ronte for Helll. Betwveen the villages of Rvball and Essendine. ahout an hour's march lence, they wjere drawvn up in a field by tile read side, alild one oF Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Northern Railway early on Monday morning. The train was running at thirty or forty miles an hour, and had passed Essendine junction, at the time, when Buckle, who was in a second- class carriage, suddenly opened the door, and sprang Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. FOUR OAIKS PARK RACES.-YrSTmRDAy. 5 Tho Ksoesnusw HoNssmna' FLAT ItacecPc..&mof50 soya;12stI each; pnalties and allowances. Two miles and ahalf. M.Malnwaring's (Enone, by Carlo5-fitud1 6yr list I .*........I...........,.. &rUCtonI1 Mr. Itatelhffls Miss Price, 6 yes, ha, .rWhitton 2 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lad, whose name is said to be H. PAsBx, fell from the carriage of a Great Northern express train, near Essendine, yesterday afternoon. His skull was fractured, and he sustained other terrible injuries. He was taken in a dying condition Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    additional strain of Parliamentary life. FAar.ssso FROM A TiAiN.-A Great Northern express train running between Peterborough and Grantham, had reached Essendine shortly before four o'clock yester- day afternoon, when a. well-dressed lad fell from a carriage, and sustained fracture of Subscribers-only content

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