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  • * British History Online *

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    Charitable accounts of the Skinners' Company

    Day 4 9 9 " H. B. Hue, 35, Hastings Street, half year to Lady Day 19 10 " T. Haske r,18, Burton Street, half year to Lady Day 0 19 0 " W. H. Rayner, 2, Sandwich Street, half

    Index, A

    Ashwell (Ayshewell, Aswell), Wm., of St. Albans, 251, 354. -, -, charges against, 354. Asia , 91 (p. 43). Aske (Haske, "the Captain"), Robert, "grand captain of the commons of Yorkshire," 622, 705, 750, 762, 784 5, 804, 805, 818,

    Treasury Warrants, July 1702, 6-10, 06 July 1702-10 July 1702

    Francis Dandridge, Christopher Todd, Samuell Heather, Isaac Teal, George Wright, Thomas Jones, Daniell Malthus, Richard Chapman, John Price and Stephen Haske tt, all apothecaries: to Gabriell Smith, John Owen, John Coningsby, Edward Sheppard druggists; Stephen Haskett and others for spreading

    Henry VIII, October 1536, 21-25, 21 October 1536-25 October 1536

    to go home, and resorted to the Market Cross to make proclamation. Was sent for in going thither by Robt. Haske, captain of the host, being in the castle. On entering the first ward found "many in harness of very

    Index, H, I

    of the Exchequer, 135. -, John, sen., g. 202 (9). -, John, jun., g. 202 (13 bis ), 1217 (23). Haske. See Aske. Hassall , Ric., g. 1417 (3, 15). Hassill or Hasshyll. See Hessle. Hastings , Sussex, new priory

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MILDMAY, Anthony (c.1549-1617), of Apethorpe, Northants. and London.

    ‘old friend’, Sir Augustine Neville the judge, was to have plate, as were Francis Harvey II serjeant at law, William Haske and William Downhall; but, to John Chamberlain’s surprise, Edward Wymarke received ‘not so much as a rush-ring for remembrance’.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    up in Dartmouth harboar, er in a tin box covere( ilt cnvas, Ishe enlosedr "Lost, at sea, the Diery Arn. Haske in resues south-east of Bio. For o ut-n, without provholo024 open boat." Lord Hougghton vhlice6 Portefratct on Tuesioy a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fact that Shannon gave her 281bs. in a recent spha The Tnpgill stable was not in great form, although Lord Haske did manage to get rid of his maidenhood by winning a minor handicap. He showed no inclination to do Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the outside. In a few psi-do the command was taken by Indian Ocean, but, on crossing the rood, Lord Haske drew up and appeared to have the best of the race up to the distanc. eare, however, he ran Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of 400 Mlontenegrins have arrived hero from lulgaria. They will leave again in small parties for I Mlontenegro, eid Krazyovatr, Haske, aud.Novibazar. A E concert ivssl arranged to tske place here yesterday evening in aid of the distressed families of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I THE ALLOTMENTS BILL. " The Labouers' Allotments Bill having now been isssued a in its amended form, it may be useful to notice the chief he alterations that have been made in the Government W scheme by the Subscribers-only content

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