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  • * British History Online * *

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    For Governor read Governors. " 167, " 27. For Turks read Turks' and delete comma. " 171, " 11. For Fosdyke read Sossdick. " 208, " 1. After Attorney General insert of the petition. " 217, " 3 from bottom. Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Books and Papers, March 1734, 01 March 1734-29 March 1734

    report as to the amount of former allowances to stewards holding said courts. George Holt to succeed Isaac Stephenson at Fosdyke, Boston port, in case the latter be removed. John Walthoe, junior, is to be paid 614 l. 10 s.

    Index, F, 01 July 1623-31 March 1625

    , Edm. Sir Faithful Sir John Sir Nich. Forts , see England and Ireland, forts and castles in. Fortune (ship) Fosdyke , watercourse of Foster , John Amy Sir Nich. Foston , letter dated from Fotherley , Thos. letters of Subscribers-only content

    James 1 - volume 157, Undated 1623, 01 July 1623-31 December 1623

    Peace. To levy contributions on able persons within their respective jurisdictions, towards finishing the draining of the ancient watercourse of Fosdyke, co. Lincoln. With note of the variations required for a similar letter to the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of Subscribers-only content

    General Index, F, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    to be delivered to Justices bound over statement by Fortrey , Samuel, clerk of delivery to Ordnance Office, death of Fosdyke (Fosdike), Lincs. Foster , Mr. Mr., letter to See also Forrester. Foulis (Fowlis), Sir David note of address of Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BELL, John, of Boston, Lincs.

    result of the minority of Thomas Chosell, and three years later he obtained temporary custody of holdings in Algarkirk and Fosdyke, again because the next heir was under age. On both occasions Henry IV allowed him rights of marriage as

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FLNg ARTS. EXHIBITION OF THE BRITISH INSTITUTION. 222. J. Public Breakfast. E.T. PAnris.-There is mcuch to corn- toend in this piece, which represents a number of persons in the lower' class of life obtaining refreshment at one of those Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had to be excavated for mile, _ At Lincoln the Brayford-mere is completely covered over with strongice as also the Fosdyke and the Withamn, skakers being enabled to maketh' :' voyage" by the latter from Lincoln to Boston, a distance Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    peace and qttietness.-7rifiec. ISixJULAR GDor Aeoiloni .-On Sunday afternoon last Mr.NEdward Wellbourne, of. Spalding, took his wife and family to Fosdyke, to see some friends. Whilst their parents were having their tea in 'one room the children were sent into Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diamond merchant. There was public rejoicing on Monday at Fosdyke, a village lying beside the river Welland, eight miles below Spaldin", to celebrate the freeing of the bridge froma tolls. Fosdyke Bridge is an ancient bnt sub- stafiaI wood structure. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of S25 quarters of beef. Several ancient silver coins have been discovered i-; 5 a field about three miles from Fosdyke, .n Lincol'n- shire. There are among themr. sixpences, hkliug', azi 3 forins of the reigns of Edooard VI. (three'. Subscribers-only content

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