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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, F, 10 October 1667-28 April 1687

    , Sir John. Vide Privileges . Famine . Vide Privileges . Faunt , Mr. Petition, 4 May. Vide Prettyman . Fidge . Vide Privileges . Fines and Recoveries, Bill for Assurance of Persons claiming under them, read, 22 Apr. Committed,

    Index, F, 01 January 1658-31 December 1659

    Knighton, 238. Ferribosco , Col. Hen., 59. Ferroone , Jocas, 431. Fiand , Law., 26. Ficklesholes , co. Surrey, 395. Fidge , Thos., letter of, 417. Field , Edw., 259. -, Jno., 312, 323. -, -, letter to, 71. -, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, E, F, 29 May 1660-31 May 1661

    Island Ferrybridge Feryn , Paul Katherine, petition of Fetherstone , Edw. Hen. Fetherstonhaugh , Ralph, petition of Fetter Lane (London) Fidge , Thos. petitions of Field , Hen. John petition of Mr. (late) Mr. (printer) Fielding , Basil, Earl of Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 13, August 1660, 01 August 1660-31 August 1660

    Thos. Urquhart, of Cromarty, but for which John Urquhart, of Craigstone, purchased a commission from the late King. 10. Thos. Fidge, of Dover. For the offices of Water Bailiff and Keeper of the Prison, which he purchased from Edw. Goodwin, Subscribers-only content


    , Captain Samuel, 13, 20, 239, 245, 380, 382 Fee , Andrew, gunner, 42 Fever powder , Dr James', 100 Fidge , Mr, surgeon, 441 Fielding , Sir John, 439 Fighting Instructions , see Signals, Additional, and Fighting Instructions Flags

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dvarthaby ag xelned yp, ~ef T0MITATIaON, .addes 016 o OTrive.4byAddrosA.that. Past~ TY Grocery Trde Groomad Draer osr-WANTDrt. a. SITUPosIONfe Aidr Fidge, n.ort Mnge Brnc I Ityer 7xjaen GomWandTea DealresTectAdvertiser age a2. wPe El TOSITUAIONSg slerk o Tr ooilar.-Addoes.-A.dGdAr Pst WIdles. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7'irerlv. and three arnied I merchant cruisers. Ilull w1ar division iloelirding the |Tyne, Teess Surlderloel, ,sud Hartlepool dlistrict-): Poor'- lop~e, Fidge', Sianley. Elyarna, Bielile, Arie, Nismble, Ried- wvi ir tirreetrorpeilo seiats. ardtwe amild m~erlo~lnaterrihrers. Leith, w ar division iincrrdl(iag Scotch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Second heat: Londoe I Vests EtC- . A. Stains, 2 B- J. Calcutt, 3 A. G. Elkins, 4 IM 0. Fidge B Bachurst bcox.) Three entered for this het - Roin Club gave up some 200 yards fromn home, leaving- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3i. we. . aler- --boo-,, 1u-' tile. olass mere or iel 1,lu-t. Ai l:Iom-s To'v Cloa of LAND. satuate at Fidge Clod aofer- &jot. ciat up oor,,cuvt 'MillyDo Ihork aria Si'ubbe yr It:Fi & A'ltlt5 tOiutg Sor.. yD r neoruabeuto, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and even keener still will be the antagonism of Armley and Woodhouse, who meet on the latter's ground at the Fidge. Aavzarnoaf.-AIvertborre T. Btall AREaLEaY.-Apperley Bridge v. Yeaiion (21. REAsrY.-Bfla1srley,-. Leeds Catholic Institute. Do. St. Petets v. Leeds Abion tAssocianml. Subscribers-only content

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