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  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.2319

    [Robinson] Role: defendant Details: male; knight Location: Escrick (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Escrick (Eskrigge) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Escrick (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Flats (Flatts, Flattes) : fieldname Spelling modernised.Mashruddinge (Mashruddinge, Mash-Rudding) : fieldname Pighells Close (Pighells Close) : fieldname Hop Riding (Hopriddinge) :

    CP.H.2582

    Crofts (Croftes) : fieldname Common Field (Comon Feild) : fieldname Little Preston Crofts (Little Preston Crofts) : fieldname Location: Flats (Flatts) : undefined Cannot identify; spelling modernised. Location: Kippax (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Kippax (Kippax, Kepax) : ecclesiastical parish Location: York :

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    commenced another large company had assembled, almost as lae as en the opening day. A start was made on the Flatts imme- diately below Hill House, 'where the third round of the Cup was run through. A move was thenl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    amounted to £6111,971. The Leeds Town Council have decided to purchase for £22,000. the site known as the Cross Flatts Estate in that town, as a recreation ground. The death is announced of Sir Daniel O'Sullivan, who vWas Mayor of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CRIO1bET. THE ORIO]1T: hxATOR ATl LIOIlk1D.. *The rdatch -hetwesh Eleven of AUl England and Twenty-Two. gr~tlel~h f 4tcfled ndDistrict was r lueei torday, Iii eensqua el havyshowers of Tmlhls ceulnot.a be oa- *dee~nntlafter.oneo'ocloolt. Th ?!w~eety-Two~Want. ti, the -'ll~'idr'ricned~iutitlaabout hlf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &c.; and this Is at .r. RotosEa's, 55, Union Passage, close to New Street.-- N.B. 1,00 Chignoos, from is.; and Flatts, from 6d. each; Allen's and Rossiter a Hair Restorers;d Gillingwater's Hair Dye, and Rimmelds Goods; in short, every known Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RUNIN'io.-P0st SWepetcew ie. 20, SoilngSe takes, T.Y C.n, :30 ; Two Thoneal GBay neag Trial,3 30 First Welter, 11.30,; Seu"iilag Flatts, lset ha~lf of Ab.Df.. 4.0 : Coffeeo Itoom) Stakes, 4li0; rinca e of Waicls Staker , 5.0 ; Twnoyear-old Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 June 1832, 25 June 1832

    : lorsham • Olney : iverpool: Beverley. iirringtOD : gton: ;h Flatts: lbv : Petition of G. W. Bus- teed for Relief. Gardiner v. Simmons: leton : stock : Appeal dismissed, wih Costs. J-arriages rolls Bill. Message to B.C. for Subscribers-only content

    The Fifteenth Report Of The Commissioners Appointed To Examine, Take, and State, The Public Accounts Of The Kingdom., 26 January 1787

    — Portage Taxes on Officers Salaries repaid Civil Lift repaid — LEVERPOOLE. Rent — Tradefmen's Bills — Quarantine Hire of Flatts, &c. — Pcttys — Poftage — — Rates and Taxes on Cuftom Houfc, &c. 'Paxes on Officers Salaries repaid Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1709, 11 March 1710

    Suit and Service, at all the Vice Admiral Courts: That there are feveral large Oyfter Grounds, and Waters, called the Flatts and Cant, ex¬ tending from Skeernefs down to the North Foreland, about 2O Miles in Length, and Seven in Subscribers-only content

    2 February 1731, 2 February 1732

    received more or Ids, than after Pilots, &c. " the Rate following; viz. " Through the South Channel, over the Flatts: " For 100 Tons, or thereabouts, down- '£. s. d. " wards - - - _ _ « " Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1749, 7 March 1750

    from Fortunes in making Brine and Rock Salt Pits, erecting New Tork of foreign Goods having been introduced. Salt-works; building Flatts to the Number of above Se- That upon being afked, If New York had more Trade venty (befides Five Subscribers-only content

 

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