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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, F, 01 June 1687-31 March 1689

    Roger, military commission to Ferrers , Baron. See Shirley, Robert Ferrers , George, alderman of Warwick Ferston . Se e Forston, co. Dorset Fetherston , John, military commission to Fettiplace , Sir Edmund, petition of, permission to impark enclosed lands Subscribers-only content

    Index, F, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    Monachorum. See under Shrewsbury. Forrshewe , Jas., i. 1280 (f. 4). Forster. See Foster. Forsthill , Oxon. See Forest Hill. Forston (Furston) , Dors., i. 1046. Fortescue , Anthony, marshal of the army in Ireland (23 Dec, 1546), ii. 331

    Letters and Papers, Miscellaneous, Spring 1539, 01 March 1539-31 March 1539

    Nethercerne 20, tithing of Cerne 95. George hundred: Stratton 23, Mayne Martell 29, Bradfforde Peverell 20, Bokehampton 21, Polyeston and Forston 10, Charmyster 40, Grymston 10, Wynterbourne Martyn 39 (1 Norman), Wolveton (Sir Thos. Trenchard with 20 pair of Almain

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 March 1828, 4 March 1828

    the Concurrence of this House. Com"* on the Game Laws. " or Mansion House, Lands and Hereditaments, situate " at Forston, in the Parish of Charminster, in the County " of Dorset, for the Purposes of a Lunatic Asylum for Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1828, 5 March 1828

    Dorset, Esquire, to grant and convey a " certain Capital Messuage or Mansion House, Lands " and Hereditaments, situate at Forston, in the Parish of " Charminster, in the County of Dorset, for the Purposes " of a Lunatic Asylum Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1828, 6 March 1828

    Esquire, to grant and convey a cer- " tain Capital Messuage or Mansion House, Lands and " Hereditaments, situate at Forston, in the Parish of " Charminster, in the County of Dorset, for the Purposes " of a Lunatic Asylum Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1828, 7 March 1828

    Esquire, to grant and convey a cer- " tain Capital Messuage or Mansion House, Lands and " Hereditaments, situate at Forston, in the Parish of " Charminster, in the County of Dorset, for the Purposes " of a Lunatic Asylum Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1828, 21 March 1828

    " Dorset, Esquire, to grant and convey a certain Capital " Messuage or Mansion House,Lands and Hereditaments, " situate at Forston, in the Parish of Charminster, in the " County of Dorset, for the Purposes of a Lunatic •* Asylum Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be Capt., vies Kennedy retired; Sec. Lieut. r.t1 E. Price to be First Lieut., vice Doinville promoted. UBnDsts;'nreste-T. Godfrey, Forston strmet, Sliepherdiss felds, egg merchatst. [Sturmy, Wellington street - W. Pattlnllo, Thortitill place, Caledonian road, baker. fSadgrtloe, Statk lane>-J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW BOOKS. *Lxnn iN ASIATlo Twuncx: A Journal of Travel in Ciliela (Ponies and Trarlbcca), lacurna, and parts 'of I Lycanoria and Cajipadecis. 11y. thle 11ev1. EB. J. DAVIS, lILA. [London : Edward. Stanford1, ts, Miaring Croas.1 't Irs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of York and Nottingham, farmer. JAnrs WcsTRsAY, trading as J. West-ay and Co., Preston 3. tobacconist and sailor. RAN'qDAL3 MOrteAN Forston Asylum, Chairminster, DorsetI clerk in holy orders. WrtcLsAs Hzray Ci,axron and Annsuan WnLu.A.M Teses. sON, High Street, Poole, outfltters. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY. e From our City Corresponden4l ' LONDON, Thursdav Eveming. The directors of the Bank of England made no alteration in the minimum rate of discount to-day, which accordingly remains at 24 per cent. Money was more Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Caen stone and marble by Tom Messrs Mawer and tugLe, of Leeds. A new organ, siia1nufac- B tured by Messrs. Forston and Andrews, -ovas opened on the 15. occasion by Mr. Breughton, of Leeds, oviho, as well as the 'p Subscribers-only content

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