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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1527

    haill merchantis fremen that brocht wictuallis in Hans Crwttis schip furth of Dannskyn wpoun Patrik Heiring, Johne Ballentyne, and Williame Fogo, wnfremen. The baillies and counsale decernis and ordanis the saidis vnfremen till pay to the thesaurer and customeris of

    America and West Indies, November 1738, 1-15, 01 November 1738-30 November 1738

    that I have altered the course of the scheme, beginning with Placentia, so proceeding eastward and northward to Twilingate and Fogo which two places are now added to the scheme. I have endeavoured to inform myself by the best intelligence

    Index, F, 01 January 1697-31 December 1698

    482, 914 XIX., XX., 929, 937, 988 XVIII., 1007. Flower de Luce , p. 555. Flying Hart (prize), 281, 366. Fogo (Newfoundland), p. 553. Foresight , H.M. Ship, 91, 269, 636, 704, 711. Fort Bourbon , Hudson's Bay, surrender of,

    Henry VIII, August 1540, 1-10, 01 August 1540-10 August 1540

    Received about the end of July his letters touching the plunder of Vincent Schellevant and certain Ostenders by Robt. Fogo.Fogo sold everything in England, but is now on his return to Scotland put in prison. Complains of injuries done

    Henry VIII, October 1540, 11-20, 11 October 1540-20 October 1540

    of the ship of Vincent Scheulemart and other Ostenders by Robt. Fogo, and injuries to men of Holland and Zeala nd by his fellow pirates. Had already imprisoned Fogo, immediately upon his return to Scotland (for he had sold his

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Prestbury Prestbury village, 1838

    Prestbury Park in the 1830's, 89 and during the 19th century Prestbury had strong associations with horse-racing. Dr. Fothergill (' Fogo ') Rowlands who, trained the Prince of Wales 's steeplechasers, had his headquarters at Prestbury . Tom Oliver ,

    Index A - Z

    1066), 253 Rowden , Eliz., see Cassey; Wal., 47 rowing , 123 Rowington (Warws.), see Pinley Rowlands , Fothergill (' Fogo '), 71 Rowles , Ant., 182; Edith, 182 Rudder , Sam., 95 Ruddle , Geo., 135, 176, 185; Louisa,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 March 1735, 25 March 1735

    PRAYERS. The joint and feveral Anfvver of William Earl of Home, William Hume Minifter of Fogo, and Roger Moodie, to the Appeal of Henry Trotter of Mortounhall, was brought in: s againft As was likewife, the Anfwer of Augtifline Jevers, Subscribers-only content

    20 December 1749, 20 December 1749

    Minifter againftHay. at hangtown, Mr. Matthew Sandelands Dyfart Minifter at Eacles and prefent Clerk, Mr. William Home Mini¬ fter at Fogo, Mr. James Hall Minifter of The Abbey of St. Bathans, Mr. Walter. Heart Minifter at Bunckle, Mr. Robert Monteith Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1750, 28 March 1750

    Seffion thereof, James Dickfon in Wallacefcrook One of the Elders of the Kirk Seffion of Eccles, John Brozvn Taylor in Fogo One of the Elders of the Kirk Seffion thereof, Peter Sharp School-maftcr in Longformacus One of the Elders of Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    367. F^gf, M-, 173. Ferry-port-on-Craig, 130. Fetlar and North Yell, <n°- Fettercairn, 295. Fife, 271. Fintry, 42. Firth, 173. Fodderly,-«£• Fogo, 329. Forbes, 295. Fordoun, 295. Fordyce, 236. ,*<•'"» Moderator of the Presbytery of, 116. Forfar, St. Vigean s, d^- Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    Flight et al. v. Thomas. (1840.) Flowerdew v. Mcintosh. (1852.) Flowerdew v. McLachlan. (1851.) Flowerdew, Bathie v. (1850.) Fogo v. Mathie (or Fogo) (1st and 2nd Appeals, 1840.) Foley v. Hill et al, (1845.) Foley and another, Bate and another Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    translation to the -livino of Tripe, in Newgate-market; Josh Hudson, on his arrival from thetone Jug, in Chelmsford; Frosty Faced Fogo, on his departure for Coventry; Jemn Ward, on his departure for Liverpool, Deaf Burke, on Jus departlue for Birmingham; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hunt, vice Sir R. Gardiner, removed as a Gene.al Officer. 'To be Lientenant-Colonels-Brevet.Major J. Gray, vice Wal. lace; Brevet-Major J. Fogo, vice R. Jones; Brevet-MoJor Rlon. W. Arbutbhot, vice J. E. Jones; Brevet-Major H. Blachley vice Brandreth; Brevet-Major J. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    formerly lot for 300L, was now let at 650/., being an ad- vance of 85 per cent. A farm in Fogo had risen from 1,0001. rent to 1,3501., being an advance of 35 per cent. The rural population was almost Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are "Paul Cudmore." OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, July 31. Ordnance Medical Department-Saergeun W. IRichardson, M.D. to be Senior Sur- geon, vice Fogo, retired; Assistant-Surgeon W. A. Dassauville, M.D. to be Sur. geon, vice ticleardson. 5 BANKRUPTS. E. Mallan, Newington place, Kennington, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his curate, Father Cahill, dis. persed them. O'Meagher read the Fireworshippers.-26th: Saw Islands of Brava and Fogo, two of the Cape Verd Islands. Fogo containing a volcano, which emits great quantities of lava, and is 9.000 feet above the level Subscribers-only content

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