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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, November 1682, 01 November 1682-30 November 1682

    this morning began the trial of Richard Farrington of Chichester, accused as an accessory to the murder of [Richard ] Habin, an informer. The jury were of Sussex. Mr. Farrington challenged 27 or 28, 20 peremptorily and the rest, showing Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, March 1684, 01 March 1684-31 March 1684

    No . 5. ] March 2. Chichester. Robert Tayer, Mayor, and Stephen Wenford to Secretary Jenkins. John Davis, who murdered Habin, now condemned at Winchester for another crime, is to be executed next Wednesday. Because there have been very dishonourable Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 October 1683-14 April 1684

    , D. Haarlem , Holland, news from, mentioned Habin (Hebbin), , informer against conventicles, murder of See also Davis, John. Hackett , John, houses searched by Hackney . See London. Hackston (Haxtoune, Hexton), David, late of Rathillet, forfeited and executed Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, February 1683, 01 February 1683-28 February 1683

    Ireland, with remainder to the heirs male of his body. [ Ibid. p . 149. ] [Feb. ? ] Widow Habin, Henry Halsted and John Newton of Chichester and Samuel Carleton to the King. Petition for a grant of 300 Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 January 1683-30 June 1683

    H H. , P., letter from Habin , Richard, murder of Widow, petition of (for grant) Hacket , Thomas, Bishop of Connor Hadderstick , Haddingtonshire , warrant relating to excise in Hague , The, Holland letters dated at French Ambassador Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Chichester Historical introduction

    Dissenters met there and elsewhere in strictly guarded meetings. A crisis was reached in 1682 , when an informer, Richard Habin , was attacked by Mr. Farrington 's coachman, and died of his injuries. The coachman was found guilty of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Loss of Appetite, sense of FPiloess after Meals, Giddine~s, DiOziness, Pain over the Evs., &c. c. P'ersons 05 a Full Habin, swho are subject to Head-ache, Uadsiness, Drowsiness, aoid Singing iii the Earo, ariving froto too great a flols of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a head; a bad third. Cambric was last throughout.-The winner was not sold; but Jolly Tar was purchased by Mr. Habin for 85gs. The HRengnoousx STrEsW of 50 sovs each, with 300 soas added, for two-year-olds. Five furlongs. Mr. Milner's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    public , uunotnto. THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. IdR. AND MRS. CHARLES MATHEWS. 'ngI' IS EVENING (Monday), will be presented * USED UP. TH COMICAL COUNTESS. iiY N:OTlIIR'S MAID. THE. ANCHOR OF HOPE. ~wtes Boxse. St.; Upper Box4, 2.,; Pit, ia.; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jury returned a verdict of "Accidental death." WEfLLESBOURN1D. A POLICEMAN AT FAULT.-At the county Petty Ses- slons, on Saturday, James Habin was charged, on the Infor. mation of Policeconstable Henry Davis, with being drank at Wellesbourne, Monntford, on the night Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. P. 3. RobertO, Jon, do Reley Chadwick, Eq., Mr. W. J. B, Scott UTgeon Major Yates M Mr. M. Habin laptain and Adiutsut Mon.13 Dr. suckling hpanand Adjutant Wolcige, Mr. T. H. Smith laptainO Bullock Mr.,, Smith laptain Gem Subscribers-only content

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