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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co:, New Bond Street; Stanley Lucas, 84, New Bond Street; Mitchell, Old Bond Street; Keith, Prowse & Co., 48, Cheapside; Hays, Royal Exchange Buildings; Sol-Fa Agency, 8, Warwick Lane; and of Q the Ron- Sec's-Mr. EdwardJenkins, 7, Queen Victoria s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co;, New Bond Street Stanley Laoss, 84, New Bond Street; Mitchell, Old Bond Street; Keith, Prowse & Co., 48, Cheapside; Hays, Royal Exchange Buildings; Sol-Fa Agency, 8, Warwick Lane; and of the Hon Sec's-Mr. Edward Jenkins, 7, Queen Victoria Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y foa- eddiges. Dir oes a iechyd iddi i lafnrio yn y winllan. Creda LVeutenant Greely, fel Maury, Koaoe, a Hays, fod mor agored o gwmpfa y pagwn gogleddol. Seilia ei fern sr y caryg a welir mewn cyrff o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tunell o fwn aur, yr hyn a ychwan- egai gyfanswtn yr enillion ddwy filiwn a chwarter o bunau.1 Mr. John Hays Hammond, Cadeirydd yr un cy- farfod, a ddywedodd -" Y mae yn Ne Affrig fiilyn- 3 an o Gaffirlaid, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, Se. Between eleven and twvelve o'clock on Saturday se'n- night, a crowd of people were beard making a great clamour about the door-of the Marquis of Buckingham, in Pall-Mall. Some of the servants opened the door, and Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 January 1718, 17 January 1719

    and is hereby, difmiffed this Houfe ; and that the Decree therein complained of be, and is hereby, affirmed. ¦ Hays rvsrfus Pulteney's Bill. Upon reading the Petition of Chrijlopher Hayes • praying, " That the paffmg of the Bill, Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1721, 2 May 1721

    ftfik mes The Order of the Day, for hearing One Counfel of Upon reading the Petition of Anne Hayes, Widow Hays «¦!. a Side, on the Petition of Robert Rochfort Efquire, for and Relift of Cbrifiopher Hayes, late deceafed, andP|™£" Subscribers-only content

    23 April 1795, 23 April 1795

    and Affigns, in Fee Simple, all the Eflate, Right, Title, and Intereft, remaining in His Majefty, in and upon the Hays or Walk of Farming Woods, in the Foreft of Rocking- " ham, in the County of Northampton ; and Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1795, 5 May 1795

    of Northampton, t* and upon that Part of theForeft of Rockingham, in the " fame County, which is called The Hays or Walk of " Farming Hoods, and for extinguishing fuch Com- *' mon Rights." " An Aft for naturalizing Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1828, 17 April 1828

    in the County of Carmarthen, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Independent Chapels, Llanj'bidder & Llanthony Baptist Ne^ed Lltn-nefydd Tabernacle, Hays, Cardiff: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Dissenters assembling for Religious Worship in the Baptist Chapel in Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    Ten tUl Five o'Clock, under the Direction of Mr. HENRY GRIFFITHS. Places can also be secured at MITCHELL'S, BUBB'S, CHAPPELL'S, OLLIVIER'S,? LACON & OLLIER'S, Bond Street; HAYS, Royal Exchange; KEITH and? PROWSE, Cheapside, &c. Brettell, Printer, 336a, Oxford Street. r\9-\7'\ Subscribers-only content

    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    Direction of? Mr. HENRY GRIFFITHS. Places can also be secured at MITCHELL'S, BUBB'S, CHAPPELL'S, OLLIVIER'S? LACON & OLLIER'S, Bond Street; HAYS, Royal Exchange; KEITH and? PROWSE, Cheapside, &c. W. Brettell, Jun., Printer, 336a, Oxford Street. m. wmm. WmmM^^^mmMr^^Wx^MWM^mmmMWWmm. is^mMmKmmsmmmmmS^mi' iiB^WiBH'H Subscribers-only content

    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    Direction of? Mr. HENRY GRIFFITHS. Places can also be secured at MITCHELL'S, BUBB'S, CHAPPELL'S, OLLIVJEIi'S,? LACON & OLLIER*S, Bond Street; HAYS, Royal Exchange; KEITH an»l? PROWSE, Cheapside, &c. W. BretteU, Jun., Printer, 336a, Oxford Street. wx^^^ma^mmsEmMmk ^mmmmmgmfmmw^'^mmm^sa^mmimm^mg^mm a^^^^^^^S^^^SSi^^S^^^^^^^^W^^^^^B^Si^SEl^^^S^i^^^^Slra^S^SSSi^^ ^^^rSMmmma'mmm mmm Subscribers-only content

    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    Directioa of? Mr. HENRY GRIFFITHS. Places can also be secured at MITCHELL'S, BUBB'S, CHAPPELL'S, OLLIVIEli'S? LACON & OLLIER'S, Bond Street; HAYS, Royal Exchange; KEITH aud? PROWSE, Cheapside, &c. The Play produced under the immediate direction of MR. H. L. BATEMAN. Subscribers-only content

    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    Direction of? Mr. HENRY GRIFFITHS. Places can also be secured at MITCHELL'S, BUBB'S, CHAPPELL'S, OLLIVIEli'S? LACON & OLLIER'S, Bond Street; HAYS, Royal Exchange; KEITH and? PROWSE, Cheapside, &c. The Play produced under the immediate direction of MR. H. L. BATEMAN. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Thomas Tayler, Theft, 21/02/1694

    of the Parish of Hays in the County of Middlesex, was Indicted for Felony and Trespass, in breaking of the Gate of William Vannam , and taking thence an Iron Gardner ; the Prisoner had little to say for himself,

    William Jones, Theft, 14/01/1715

    Barret , of the Parish of Hays , was indicted for breaking the House of William Maypowder , on the 11th Instant, in the Day-time, no Person being therein, and stealing thence a Gold Ring, and divers other Goods .

    THOMAS KELLY, ANDREW GRAY, Violent Theft, 28/06/1780

    . JACOB ROTHERKER sworn. I live in Marshall street, Carnaby-market . On the 30th of June I was coming from Hays towards London, on foot, I think it as about eleven o'clock at night; two soldiers came up to me,

    Ordinary's Account, 27/09/1736

    himself for that purpose, and in a Day or two set out together, taking the Oxford Road , where between Hays and Uxbridge , they met with one Mr. Phillips, of Thame, in Oxfordshire, about two o'Clock in the Afternoon,

 

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