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  • * British History Online *

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    Venice, February 1601, 01 February 1601-28 February 1601

    from Frankland; he has enjoyed the highest rank in our service. You must know that he has made a place for love of you in our hearts; and I desire to make a league with all you princes of Frankland.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 11, 17 April 1694, 17 April 1694-17 April 1694

    Willson , another Freeman, that voted for Mr. Gerard , his Landlord, Chippendale , voted for his House: That Robert Frankland , that voted as a Burgess for Mr. Gerard , owned to him, That he had sold his Boroughhold

    House of Commons Journal Volume 12, Index - F

    Duty on Low Wines, 1 May. Fowye Election, Petition, 12 Dec. Foy , Jane, Petition, 23 Feb. Vide Tincker . Frankland , Sir Thomas. Vide Privileges . Freeman , Mr. to attend, 24 Feb. Examined touching an Attempt to defraud

    Index, F, 01 January 1696-31 December 1697

    England, 894. -, in Jamaica, 1095, 1102, 1103, 1135, 1137, 1138. Frances , David, p. 144. Francis , Stephen, 1050. Frankland , Thomas, Postmaster-General, letter to, 275. Franklin , Henry, 120 III., 759 I. Frank Russell (ship), 49, 773. Freeman

    Index, F

    Francisco the courier , see Thomaso, Francisco. Franconia , 382 (1). Frank fort , 85 (1), 691, 692, 1077 (4). Frankland Wood (Durham), 850 (2). French , Anthony, 394. Frere , Robert, 590 (1), 591 (4), 658 (1). Friesland ,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 7 [St. Anne within Aldersgate.] Aldersgate Ward.

    Flesh is Grasse , and needs must fade To Earth againe, whereof 'twas made. Felici piæ & munificentissimæ feminæ, Jodocæ Frankland viduatæ, filiæ Roberti & Joanna Trappes , Londinensium. Gratitudinis hoc officii & pietatis Monumentum, adoptione filli Principalis & Scholares

    Book 5, Chapter 4 [Charities.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    Evans Margaret Holligrave Stephen Lound John Bayworth Robert Pyle Peter Blundel Robert Ormeston James Trussel, Esq; John Hobby, Esq; William Frankland Will. Lamb, Esq; Who, besides the Free School, Almeshouse, & c. already mentioned, founded also a Chapel near Cripplegate

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kerrison, Norwich, banker, July 20, 26, Aug. 20, at ten, at the King's Heasd, Norwich. Attorney, Mr.. Simpson, Norwich. F Frankland, Bowdane, warehousemnan, July 1.6, 23, at twelve, Aug. 20, at one, at Guildhall. Attorney, Alr. Lee, Three Crown-Court, Soothwark. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the P seene.-Also the Freuch privateer brig ,adee. ' gals and I-Y mea, by the-iRussell, Capt, caulfield. BANKRUPTClS ENLARGED. r Frankland, Bw-wlaae, Cueapsidevvarehouseman, from At!. ~Ifil t _ O.., at eleven, at Guildiiall. beiel;e! C!: eiatid-Streei, Nvtw-roaid, St' ~nrs lXcrtwjeepnE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Preston Nieale, Esq. Ger-Tge Ci'nt, Esq. Warner iOttley, Esq. J. N. razakerley, Esq. M.iP George Philips, Esqg M.P. tolnert Frankland, Esq. hl.P. Aeggstiss Pl'gin, Esq. William Tlaomas Pay., Esq. Utlvarles Pye, Esq. iphacles llelford, Es4. George Smith, Esq. MP. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    other pla0ce beyond Ilestf peuiry of oern,or suiiriu frmChoicDses. CORNHILL, Lofsdo.t untec 'dits .. Sir *aieoe -Mahintost, M.P. President.: Thenias Frankland, lewis Eaq~ H[.P. Vice-President. S.A. Ya~tes Esp(Lkapl) lcat eh -aasR. .1 G;, Aynhlt itot, saq. I THeoin. Willo Fraser Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Life and Times of Daniel Defoe-VI. Duties on Sugar; Sngar Trade-VYl. The Ottoman Empire, Travels in, Present State, and Prospects; Frankland, Mad- den, Walsh, Macfarlane-VIII. fmpolicy of Increasing the Duties on Spirits- IX. Sir Rufane Donkin on the Course and Subscribers-only content


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