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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1626

    be gevin to the thesaurer to gif fiftie merk for help and supplie of the building of the brig of Garvan. 15 July 1626. Sanderis, music schoolmaster . The said day the proueist bailyeis and counsell aggreit with James Sanderis

    House of Lords Journal Volume 25, January 1740, 11-20, 11 January 1740-20 January 1740

    Committee to whom the Petition of Mrs. Vernon stands referred. Garvan against Damer. The Order of the 8th Instant, for putting off the Hearing of the Cause wherein Francis Garvan is Appellant, and John Damer Respondent, to this Day, being

    House of Lords Journal Volume 25, February 1739, 1-10, 01 February 1739-10 February 1739

    Pleadings, and Proceedings, in the respective Causes following; ( videlicet ,) " Edgworth against Edgworth . Hartpole against Walsh . Garvan against Damer . Quin against Cox . Quin against Johnston ." He was thereupon called in; and delivered, at


    butts in, 346; teinds of, 480. Gallows , 7. Garloch , 461. Garngad , 209, 216, 452. See Marches . Garvan , bridge of, 354. Geese , against keeping, 63. See Statutes . Gifts . See Accounts . Glam is

    Index of persons and Places, G

    Thomas, captain in colonel How's regiment, half-pay for, 156. Garth , Thomas, major in colonel Russell's regiment, half-pay for, 451. Garvan , William, lieutenant in colonel H. Belasyse's regiment, half-pay for, 156. Gasnet , , a French protestant, artificer, 84.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 May 1735, 8 May 1735

    54-6 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. a (S II li c l< l< l( the Bill, intituled, " An Aft to explain and amend an Aft made in the Firft Year of the Reign of Her late Majefty Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1738, 20 May 1738

    *' for the faid Francis Garvan, on account of his Ap- " peal; he being in the Country:" It is.Ordered, That the faid John Burke may enter into a Recognizance for the Appellant, as defired. Garvan j Perciva! for Th Subscribers-only content

    2 February 1738, 2 February 1739

    and Proceedings, in the refpeftive Caufes fol- " lowing ; {videlicet,) " Edgworth againft Edgworth. " Hartpole againft Walfh. " Garvan againft Darner. u Qyin againft Cox. " gain againft Jobnfion" He was thereupon called in; and delivered, at the Subscribers-only content

    6 February 1738, 6 February 1739

    quam Temporales pnefentes fuerunt: Arch. Cant. Rs-Tpondents to be made to Garvan'i Appeal. Adjourn. Upon reading the Petition of Francis Garvan Gen¬ tleman ; praying, " In regard the Petitioner is advifed " to amend his former Appeal, by charging Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1738, 7 February 1739

    Order upon them, or their Agents before the faid Court, be deemed good Service. Upon readinS the Petition of Francis Garvan Gentle- man ; praying, " In regard he has amended his Appeal, ti according to your Lordfliips Permiffion Yefterday Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in and burledWillisam Garvan and aisother mae, whose name hoe not yet been ascertained. Assi6tause was at once rendered, and a uumber of lersans eadoavoaired co resoue the two unfoutunate men from their oerilous poii. tion. Garvan was, however, dead Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the meeting, were Sir William Alanning, Messrs. Reginald, Blask, and Riley, Sir Joseph Abbott and Messm Watsbo Trickett, and Garvan, They agreed ttiit the aotion of Sir G. IL Dibbs has saved the country from universal insolvency. The press Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sonLord Richard de Aquila Grosvenor, absolutely. A FATHER STABSBINIG HIS SON IN THE EnE.- Yesterday, at the Borough Court, Michael Garvan, a, man of fourty-twie r, we charged with stabbing his son, John Gorvan, a young, mani. The parties reside Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I FROM LASTN IGllT'S LONDOW GAZETTB. I BANKRUPurs. l J. F, Dookery, Soerseet House, Ste-sd, lod., slek in the divil d Bervamin WilLan hfason, lulham-road, London, corn and coal i merchant and baker Caroline Fasnny. Parsons, Jamaica-road and Grasnge-road, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eno 0h childreo unhurt. is TInAVELLINGt WITHOUT RAILWAY li ysvlet g Yesterday six men, named Hopper, Shoeslna e TOOc h Garvan, Green, and Casey, were avrged at t tavl ; caster Borough Police-court with havl- trovelled o RL; cc Great Subscribers-only content

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