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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 29 July 1643, 29 July 1643-29 July 1643

    been refused at the Ships, at Sixteen Hundred Weight one with another, 10 Long Boats, 10 Pinnaces, 3 Skiffs, 3 Grapnells of Two Hundred Weight each, made formerly for a Shew above Bridge, 18 Bolt-ropes, 12 Tons Old Leather Buckets,

    Index, G

    in Llanvrechva, Monm. ] , 453. Grantham , Christopher, fishmonger, of London, 849. Grantham , Lincs, 305, 338, 444, 807. Grapnells , Grapynellis, in Great Yeldham, Essex, 205. Grarigge. See Grayrigg. Grasmere , Westmld., Rydal in, 613. Graunger , John, Subscribers-only content

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    Yeard. See Yard. Yeards , in Poundstock, Cornw. See Southyarde. Yeates. See Yate. Yeldham , Great, Essex, manor, 205. -, Grapnells and Old Hall ( lost ), Lovington and Pool Street in, 205. Yellingham , Elyngham [in Feniton ] , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " TWO BROTHERS" of Falmouth, admeasuring 18 Tons, and also her Materials, consisting of her Main and Top-Masts, Yards, Sails, Grapnells, Pump, Boom, Rudder, Bowsprit, and a quan- tity of Junk. Also 300 Spirit Casks, cut up into various sizes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Two o'clock in the Afternoon, THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND, PIZiCHARD SEAN, With the Boats , ff harps, Anchor-ropes, Anchors, Grapnells, and all other Materials belonging thereto. Should not the said Scan, Boats, &c. be Sold together, they will be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    instant, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon, THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND, PILCHARD SSAKf With the Boats, If harps, Anchor-ropes, Anchors, Grapnells, and ail other Materials belonging thereto. Should not the said Scan, Boats, &c. be Sold together, they will be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. Witney- Tayneb.- Nov. 6th, at Christ Church, Marv-le- bone, Albert Edwin, youngest son of Mr. J. Witnev, late of Grapnells, Wallasea Island, to Agnes Hannah, only daugh- ter of the late Mr. J. Tavner, Maldon. DEATHS. Buckle.- Nov. 7th, Subscribers-only content

    World (1787), WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1787

    Proposals in Writirg (ser u ) on Thursday, the aoeb instantr rsupplying the. cspaly -onvat Swedish Iron, Steel Anchors and Grapnells, - Tin, Cordage, Nails1 Canvas, , Mooring Chains, Tanfield Moor Coals, Anchors, Flour, Shackles, Pitch and Tar, Buoy Chains, Subscribers-only content

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