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You searched for: Place: Haist, Date from: 1524-01-01, Date to: 1547-12-31

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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 British History Online

    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 British History Online

    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 History Online

    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

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    20 87 Eliottos Mo..el - 1....... 10 80 Alloand~ovortt&rons - 96 100 100 Grdieat Pyrko Colliery 137 1/, 20 320 Haist Cadnc Colliery .. - 20% 20 20 GloucostroGa,7A%...--. 51 . 20k 17% Dito.vraatnGg... 11¾95 - - A5bstuntrs's . Metal Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Occupation of John H Hdson, togethoor Wish Four other DWELLING-HOUSES or Tenements adjoining, new in the respective Occupations of Benjamiti Haist, Alilly Pullan, and others. Lst s. Four other DVE LLING-11OUSES or Tenements, with Stable, Cowhouse, and Outbuildings thereto adjoining Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Hudson, together wIth Four ether DWELLING-HOUSELS or Troe sass, Tenemuents adjoining, now in the respective Occupaktions Of Stre teen- Benjamin Haist, Hilly Pullan, and others. intc Con- Lots5. Four other DWELLING-HoOSEB or Tenemeents, with TI luced Stable, Cowheuso, and Outbuildings Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    rates are steady. To-day, Previornday. Copper Masydeorrery ....14.25, to 14.50 . 14.55 pig Iron, Coltnm_ ..- 5. ......;0 35.00 Steel Haist atTidewsae ..... .53 . 14 Are doll for liners wIth room plentiful. Outsiders are weak, naul grain stea'mers are Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    727 yoo-ds, on two 11eors. Renar Let. IFIV1E-OTORY BIiLDEINO oud CFFICLE, ceotatring about 1,500 square vards, with Eninoc. Boller, end Haist. Rent £230. iuito IootOeaonfaeturer, Corzer. or Cotlnier. Centrai. GTIL~~lcoeJ)-S~n.T, - wo OOMS, together or separete, 72to. by znlf. eath. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    D-itto 4 par set. ~st Dbntu reSto 1, at 54 cosldted9 Ditto Cesroms Pz-6,f. ,at, 124 to 139 , Reii Haist Barved . nat 154to 3644,c -u taitt eond sPert. 8t, atcf 18 t9 to 182, and Wistrth DBritnreh 4 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    F.R.A.S., C.E. of the London and Birminghaxn This workwih be found to contain, not an elaborate accormt of following: .~~~~~~i Haist ofajlesty f Gergdents,. Fordmu elvr omuie aatvoki Hitmfs Mandt Georgnen, &c, Lord ChThe nosam. nrltigt Duke oftca York.n OrE Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    DiP,1sl !L.A-L PARLIAMENT. 1lioUsE" OF LORDIS.-TuYItslcAy, JUNEt 5. cia. '1 E-rle of' STi~AirT'titICY (Dclputy Speclker) took his Al,' soat cct c o'clock. V.a 1'1IU1'tiT BUSINE-SS. i s lt,'cNDI llV.\i)1NU--i) Icolds' E-,tite 13M en0 'I 11110) ill-AIcINGS.r -Toy Navigation soil Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    other (certl. fled tirst qualities), now 6tO., Ilte tMe. Pints of either inpro. portion. Dinner Claret-.-Medoc, 20b.: St. Enillon, or Haist Brion now 26s., late a2s.; fine ditto. St. Julien, now S2s., late 8cs.; and La Rose St. Jllien, now Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PATENT A l T J' o?r -TYPHOID AVOIDED. i> ■■'nimiJi LfOiI ATIC FILTERS.- No case of t , » I,i tj miv_,''' r _ , " t;urr ' (i w here tliese Filters have been in us*. ' i^^KUit'iv Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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