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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, F

    letter from, 374. Fane : Geo,, letter from, 433. Thomas, 278 (2). see also Vane. Fanshaw , Sir H., 446. Farden , de, , Governor of the fort of Isendike, 78, 81. Farfaxe , see Fairfax. Farleigh Wallop [Hants. ]

    Cecil Papers, April 1604, 01 April 1604-30 April 1604

    men, amongst whom were five companies of Italians, all in good order. The governor of the fort is called de Farden, placed there by the Duke of Parma, who had married him to one of his concubines; but a more

    Index, H I

    at, 77, 78, 80 81, 84, 87, 88. Spanish attempt on, 204, 206, 207. garrison for, 232. Governor of, see Farden. Island , the, see Cadsand. Islands , the [ i.e . the Hebrides ] , 430. Issues and Imposts

    Letters and Papers relating to the Navy, &c., August 1659, 01 August 1659-31 August 1659

    at sea on the 5th inst. 9 " " [Ordnance officers ] Account of arms and ammunition delivered to Jno. Farden, porter to Deptford Yard, as also to Lieut. Spratt of Col. Salmon's regiment. 10 " 3 Jno. Browne, Harwich Subscribers-only content

    British History Online

    Richard Peckham John Peckham of Crockerhill Thomas Peckham William Lane John Oliver John Baker junior Edward Sheppard John Fuller Peter Farden Peter Gott Thomas Briggs Robert Johnson William Young John Cobden Edward Dine Thomas Mouns Thomas Bromfeild senior Thomas Bromfeild

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. Stubbs, Manchester, mierchant. [Dax, Gray's Inn. E. Gandar, Commercial road, brazier. [Baddeley, Goodinan's fields. S. Buckingham, St Martin'sse-grand, boot-maker. [Farden, NewInn. J. F. Sparrow, Bishopsgate street Without, ironmaonger. [Clarke, Bishopsgate churchyard. THEn FUNDs.-The unexpected appearance of Exchequer bills of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. . Tuesday, Dec. 26. BANKRUPTCIES ENLARGED. C. Alliston and R. Smith, Belvedeire road, froai Dec: 29 to Jan. 5. T. Cresswell,Crosslane,fi sfactortfrq.Inie&. 29 to Jsn. . BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. .J. M'Leod, Clenient'sJane, leather-seller. G. Essex,Bcjstolbol6kseller. G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TLeais, daughter of the late, and sister to the present, Lord Clinton. On the 31st ult. Iichard Farden, Esq. of New inn, solicitor, to Anna Maria Shawford Whitton, of Great Janes street. On tle 1st of January, at Bogota, William Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and W. Badham, Nun's court, Coleman street, wool brokers. [Fisher and Spencer, Walbrook buildings. W. H. Wakefield, Villiers street, coal-merchant. [Farden, New inn. R. Rogers, Cateaton street, bookseller. [Brough, Shoreditch. T. Halford, Coventry, cabinet-maker. [Carter and Dewes, Coventry. G. Lake, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Staffordshire, gun maker. BANKRUPTS. R. Bennett, East Winch, Lynn, wine-merchant. [Appleby, Raymonid's buildings, Gray's inn. J. Ledley, Clareadon square, cbyymist. (Farden, Great James street. T. Hunt, Surrey street, commission agent. (Stedman, Throgmorton at. P. Closson, Harwich, sail maker. [Sanders, Princes Subscribers-only content

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