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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Hopwood

    of Hopwood ; the latter gave a surname to the possessors. 20 In or near Hopwood was a wood called Hawkshaw ; 21 the name appears to be lost. At Stanicliffe there was an ancient chapel. 22 In connexion with

    Townships Tottington

    the village of Tottington , with the hamlets of Woolfold , Bolholt , and Walshaw in the south; Affetside and Hawkshaw in the west; Green Mount , Holcombe Brook , Redisher, Hazelhurst , and Holcombe in the centre, and Brooksbottom,

    Townships Mellor

    Mellor gave to Henry son of Adam de Blakeburn the service of Richard de Mellor for land called Hauekechae ( Hawkshaw ), and was father of Robert living in the time of Edward I . 17 On 13 September 1282

    Townships Turton

    Edgeworth , & c . ( 1886 ). a There are memorials of them in Bolton and Turton churches. The Hawkshaw estate, the family inheritance, now belongs to Mr. Robert Knowles , of Ednaston Lodge , Derby . Plaster-work with


    Ctss. of; fam., 462, 473 Hatton , Sir Chris., 303 haven , see Hull , Riv. Hawkins , Thos., 337 Hawkshaw , John, 230; J. C., 230 Haworth , Adrian H., 382 Haworth and Stephenson , 177, 184 Hawson ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, I, 01 August 1714-31 December 1715

    Accountant General. See Burgh, W. Accounts, Commissioners for taking, examining, etc., commission, 800. Admiralty, High Court of, Judge of. See Hawkshaw, J. Appeals, Commissioners of, establishment, 584, 589. Army in. See Army. Athlone Pursuivant, salary, 581. Attorney General, 384, 426,

    Index, H, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    , Mrs. Anne; ccliii. 31. -, William, Es q., Ulster King-of-Arms; ccxlvii. 25. -, -, -, petition of; ccxlvii. 2. Hawkshaw , Dr., Judge of the Admiralty in Ireland, claim of; ccxl. 60. Hawley , Col. Henry, Equerry to the

    Index, H, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    546, 598. Hawkins , Philip, 301. -, Richard, petition of, 489. Hawks , master of the, 287. See Beauclerc, Charles. Hawkshaw (Haukshaw) , Richard, 26. Hawley , Colonel Henry, 387, 499. Hay , Alexander, styled Lord Hay, Commissioner of Police

    Index of Persons and Places, D, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    Thors. Dubley . See Dudley. Dublin , co. Dublin, 152, 197, 242, 335, 450, 459. Agent for Prizes at. See Hawkshaw, J. barracks, 231 2; barrackmaster for, 232; coal, candle and bedding for, 232. brewers, memorial of, 458. castle, letter

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 May 1634-31 March 1635

    , John, agreement for horse race Haviland , Christopher letter to Havre de Grace Hawkes , William Hawkesey , Hawkeshead, Hawkshaw, or Hawkshee, John Hawkins , Humphrey Lady Nicholas Hawks , Master of the Hawthorne , Nathaniel Haxey Car , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be Capt. vice Batterrbee, retired On full-pay; First HLeut. H. D. Har- xee. to be Second Capt. vice Hawkshaw; Second Lieut. J. B. Loyken to be First Lieut. vice Harness. BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. J. Hopkins, Dover road, Bermnondsey, currier. G. Greatbach, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Quay, Lower Thames street, wit join the Board after the format transfer of his property t the Company. rCOSULTING ENGINESR.-Johln Hawkshaw, Esq. 83 Great George street, Westminster. 'nGEoER.-Sir Charles Fox, 8 New strret. Spring gardeas. ANxoEns.-Meszre Currie and Co. 29 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    however, seems to have drawn a moral from the representation, for when the scene in which the interview between " Hawkshaw, the detective," and the " Ticket-of-Leave Man " took place, he was so affected that he went out of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    69. LivsnPooL.-Horsfall, 7,866; Graves, 7,508. Ecwart, 7,160. LoNDoNDeomDana.-Hamilton, 380. Greer, 131. Luntow.-Clive, 236; Severne, 209. Yardley, 137. LYna RECIS.-Treeby, 118. Hawkshaw, 107. LrMINGOON.-Mackintion, 192; Lennox, 174. Norton, 25. L.TNN.-Stanley, 444; Buxton, 400. Walpole, 336. MIAccLsesIELD.-Egerton, 472; Broclklehuret, 471. Chadwick, 412. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of fact." To us, indeed, the book seems to be an autobio- graphy in disguise. We shrewdly suspect that 'Gregory Hawkshaw ' only exists to disseminate the opinions of the author, such as they are, on a variety of subjects. Subscribers-only content


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