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  • * British History Online * *

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    Errata

    Sydney ] . 52, 15 i., Art. 4, for Mecham read Metham. 63, 39 i., line 6, for Hasler read Haster. 68, 54, transfer to p. 437, Anno 1572. 156, line 10, for found read forced to stay. 214, 54, Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 10, 15 December 1692, 15 December 1692-15 December 1692

    , That Sir William Basset , Mr. Beddingfeild , Mr. Trelawney , Sir Wm. Turner , Mr. Travers , Mr. Haster , Mr. Baile , * Phillipps , Sir Walt. Clarges , be added to the Committee to whom the

    General Index, A, 01 January 1566-31 December 1579

    Mr. Askerton , Scotland bailiff of Askew , Wm. Asten , Wm. Mr. Asten , Wm. brother-in-law of Aster or Haster , John, Dean of Guernsey letters of office of, fee of Astlowe , Dr. Aston-under-Edge Manor , co. Gloucester Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, November 1559, 16-20, 16 November 1559-19 November 1559

    280 . Copy of the above, omitting the P. S. Antwerp, 16 Nov. 1559. Endd .: 16 Nov., sent by Haster. Pp . 4. Nov. 16. R. O. 281 . Challoner to Cecil. Since the writing of his other letters,

    Appendix, 01 August 1544-31 December 1544

    to "my master " [Anthony Cave ] , from Antwerp, 19 April [1544 ] . Entering Antwerp to-day, met John Haster going homewards, but he would not tarry for a letter. He said that you commissioned him to provide wagons

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Daylesford

    subsequently passed to Robert Marmion, who was the tenant in 1182 . 26 At the same date Philip de ' Haster ' (? Hastings ) was said to hold Daylesford of the bishop, possibly as a tenant under Robert Marmion.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yr WANTED, '. A JUNIOR ASSISTANT to the Drapery trade. Y ±l -Apply.to Messrs. E. ,HE. Owenr A Son,: Comp- 5'y' ton Eouse, C~arnarvon. ; V- . Yigoi .Ralmadegol Caerniarfoni, Yn 0 dan lywyddiaeth Mr H. H. DAVIES, Prif-.athrew, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    attelided his Solicitor to the Crown-ffice. Thc affidavit cor- roborated that last read- The depltoenti strtel, thant at first the Haster proceeded to select tile tiames by- chagoe, but sroon de- parted froro teat diode, wod proceeded to select tlem Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it, Mr. LTSTrC'- fell Sliort of his,; when lie m1ighnt have reached it. He stewned to imnderstani1 the hulu!iflr of Haster Flee7er, ndei.o 1 one caln doo1h1t of his ability TO express it ; but I I not help thinkingO Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    taken inlo the country !' I made further enquiries conerninglie history, and learned that she died ravng."`-Related by Madame de Haster, a German iLady. The Poet imagines this unhappy girl to have been the highly gifted hut pensive and neglected Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Towers of Ireland. 3. Morat Discipline of the Army. 4. Lord Robertson's Poems. 5 Publication of Private Papers-Memoirs of Lady Haster Sioshope 6. Chesterfield's Letters-Lord Mahon's Edition. 7. Strrzeletki on New South Wales. 8. M. Thiers, and his Histories. John Subscribers-only content

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