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  • * British History Online * *

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    Warrant Books, July 1709, 21-25, 21 July 1709-25 July 1709

    Clumber, part of Hardwick, part of Bothemsal alias Normanton and part of Carburton, the said pale to begin near Butterworth Haggs at the north west corner of Clumberwood and go down to the river called Clumber River south, taking in

    Warrant Book, January 1710, 11-20, 01 January 1710-31 January 1710

    to begin near the north west corner of Clumber Wood in Butterworth Haggs and from thence to go towards the south leaving part of the said Butterworth Haggs and the town and part of the grounds belonging to the town

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

    , Sir Richard, Victualler of Navy, [ afterwards admiral and Comptroller of Navy, ] letter from Haggs . See Hamilton, Sir Alexander, of Haggs. Hague , the, Holland French Ambassador at, memorial delivered by, mentioned Haig , Anthony, of Bemersyde Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, I, 01 March 1326-31 December 1571

    85. Holcroft : Sir Thomas, letter of; 74. examination of; 96. Holderness ; 185. Holland : deputies from; 2. the Haggs of; 11. rate levied on; 109. free porters in; 323. co. Lincoln; 119, 124. one; 539, 546, 553, 571.

    Cecil Papers, 1306-1541

    to know Hardyerwyk [Harderwick ] in Guelderland, and the Southern Sea from thence to the Tarsiell, and so into the Haggs of Holland; by J. de Borough and R. Coche. A narrow Roll , 4 feet long . 56. Naval

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HAMILTON, Sir James, 2nd Bt. (1682-1750), of Rosehall, Lanark.

    to the convention of royal burghs. In 1691 he purchased from Sir Archibald Hamilton, 1st Bt., the Lanarkshire estate of Haggs, subsequently renaming it Rosehall (contemporaries often favouring the spelling ‘Rosehaugh’).[footnote]James Hamilton was made a Lanarkshire j.p. in September 1707.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yorkshire, ironfounders-Adams, Dyte, and Co Roseland Vale Irocawcrks, Cornwall-T. S. Ashburner and T. Priestley, Liverpool, nine merchaints-S. Marks arnd 1. Haggs, Biramnighaon, paper stainers-S. Book and C. Rigg, Pirestoa Patrick, Westmoreland, bobbin turoers-Il. Dearman and E. P. Rothwell, Sulfurl, Lancashire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the late Mr. ltb, Mf. Eventually the salary was fized at 1,500. a year, and on a division MIr. Haggs the cand.- date of the progressive party, was selected by 61 votes to 51 for Mr. FardelL A Fair Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF THEII HAGGS MINERS' STRIKE (SCOTLAND). -This strike, which haa lasted for several months, and been attended with a deal of privation, was brought to a termination last week. In common with the other miners in Scotland, the Haggs men Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - ~MISCI LAn~OUS. .Fg-jiL~Slh , ;ihgood Dwelling HouosWneInairn R~ent So~t to CxcCO(1 WantAelde In . a Pr ~rpiHouean Esat Agent. CMry Street, Birnning. --_________________ o8~. 762 ~ A~tASTO. - Wnted Shop, In rInc.-sa thoronisfar of o~ m~clantoo.-St~ote ie, rent. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prospect -of racing being practicable to-day. The order of runniag remains as onginally fixed. Tbe additioul arrivals re Carthusian, Sarstield, Whitahead, Invep, Haggs, Claverhouse, St. Dunstan, Jason, Tons, The >'ield Emin, Fugleman, Fetlar, Bighton, Abbot, Protecttionst, In~isheen, and Glen Sterng Subscribers-only content

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