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  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, June 1545, 1-5, 01 June 1545-30 June 1545

    instead of Graveling, go to Burborow, so that you keep out of danger of the Frenchmen. Divers fishermen of Blancbarow, Haist and Wyndown, have promised to serve the Frenchmen against the King as pilots, in case of westerly storms, into

    Index, D-J

    Geo. 131 Hair , Haire, Hare, Arth. 100; Edw. 236; Ric. 164, 208; Tho. 208, 217 Hairkshistle , Mary, 100 Haist , Geo. 170 Haldenbie , Anth. 30 Halder , Chris. and Xpof. 100, 130, 170; Jac. 170; Jerem. 238,

    Henry VIII, June 1545, 11-15, 01 June 1545-30 June 1545

    King ' s subjects and goods are still arrested in Spain. Also showed the case of the fishermen of Blankbarowe, Haist and Wyndoron. The Commissioners answered, as though the arrest in Spain was strange to them, that they would write

    Index, H, I, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    621 (12 p. 310). Heynforth , Norf. See Haynford. Heynyge. See Henneage. Heynyngham. See Heveningham. Heyrotte. See Heryotte. Heyst ( Haist) , in Flanders, i. 854, 915. Heyter , John, i. 1329 (2). -, Thos., i. g. 465 (71). -,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OR i~ncdnilat Dis,,ooti by riaetreaty, the free, Full-ligoueod. F oldl-onv~blslhed. Housoe. known as the Cock Inn, sear the Givs- ecrito, Haist Owien. O010cm req~uested inefrn 12th innt.-Frurther in'fornsti~un can lie had from the Sgeretory, Gas Compnieiy, Hales S-021al. on moot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a ft f sily, to be provssd, tlae sme waester restrin to esoery oleo the rlginal tinge sf hiLs own Haist. Cowipsoed of oxss.I Ucnt bandsrur bgaieflcent isubotisace, T.AI DilUn A FIORIDE hass the svsssaileaful 0rasssrty of re~visingt the HrTar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE NEW POLLING DISTRICTS IN NORTH AND SOUTH WARWICKSHIRE. The following is a list of the new polling districts in the I Northern and Southern divisions of Warwickshire, sanc q tioned by the Court of Quarter Sessions at Warwick, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was in a field called the lingsaroft, gathering violets, when the piIoner came up to her, took her by the Haist, sad threohe down. According to her actount, he effected hi pueronse, but tho evidence of Mr. Richard Pitt, surgeoD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fe: acs t A ucio'l,&ct., byMeesrs, Bent, Gem= and sLloyd, Ee'ntl. Hobbs, Taylor', Hawkins, A i IdHollanid, Jranut', (Old DaMe? Set eC SALES BY AUOTION~. ON TUESD&Y NEXT. j( liCTl'RE. CURTAIIAD STAIR-ROD, HAT- l;flRtti ANID COA0ll1fBEADING MANUF"ACTUR.ERS, TOOL ANDI Subscribers-only content

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