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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 5, 11 January 1648, 11 January 1648-11 January 1648

    Prerogative Court. Grant to Harcus. Ordered , That Mr. Pocock , one of the Treasurers for maimed Soldiers, do pay the Sum of Ten Pounds unto the Friends of Mrs. Magdalen Harcus , Widow to Captain Harcus , who was

    Proceedings in Parliament: January 3rd - 29th, 1648

    Ordered for the Burial of the Widow. Earcus . The House was informed, That one Mrs. Margaret Harcus , Widow of Capt. Harcus , who was slain in the Service of the Parliament, was deceased, and had not left wherewithal

    Historical Collections, Military action in 1643

    kept the King's Forces waking, by continual Alarms to waste and weary them. Saturday, Aug. 12. In the Forenoon Captain-Lieutenant Harcus sallid at thro' a Door made for that purpose in a Brick-House adjoining to the Town-Wall, on the South-east

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    June-Read Second time, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 July-Order for putting the Widow into Possession, 1 Sept. Harcus , Captain, 1647, Order for 10£. for the Interment o f his Widow, to be deducted out of his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    codd y Parch. R. lt Luedie, M.A., a diweddar Inwad Lvwydd Cymanfa1 Eglwys Herad~riaethol Lloegr, y od yn Parch. William Harcus, M.A., gweinidog yr ealwya rath' rHenaduni-ethol yn Abe dAr, a Samuel Stitt, Yew, 0 ,laeth Liverpoal, wodi en pehodi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was preparing for Heaven, During the course of Friday he occupied himself in writing a letter to the Rev. Mr Harcus, an Independent minister residing in Doncaster, which contained a copy of verses descriptive of his condi - tion, together Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Windmill. (Crown SvO, pp. 380). G. Bell and Sons, 8s. 6d. Gentleman's Art of Dressing with Economy. F. Warne. Harcus, William, Esq., J.P.-South Australia: its History, Resources, and Productions. (Demy 8vo, pp. 432.) Sampson Low and Co. 25s. Hare, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a connection, will be libierally treated osie 'others heed apsply.-Addross, 406, Daily Post. 21 1TNVELOPE arid Stationery Trado.-Ateosss. Hfely, Harcus, and E~CO.' Esvelops Msasuufactureu-s, Alexandra Works, Dushlin, sure pyeal-red to receive ,aplsications for thaeir Agency for Ilrsuiiglitam fasi the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IATALSALL-IONEY LENT, frost £.5, 1upwvard., to WV all classes of Borroweers, withourt bondsmen. Easy repany- ments. Distance rio object.-Apply, B. Harcus, 8, Bridge Street, Wainall. (21 nT7'ALSALL.-PERSONS in DIFFICULTIES or V v 97T6RTof CAS1 san obtain ASSISTANCE (wMtbout sureties). Privmte Subscribers-only content

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