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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, H, I

    , co. York, 200. Hayward , , Customs officer, 192. -, Cp . Haward. Hazlewood , Heselwood, co. York, 203. Hazon. See Haysand. Hean , David, tidesman, Bristol, dismissed, 334. Heart , David, chaplain, Gibson's regiment, 275. -, Peter, ensign,

    Index of names and places, H

    Haslefoot , Henry, ii. 266. Haslerigg . See Hasilrigg. Haslewood . See Hazlewood. Haslye . See Hazeleigh. Hason . See Hazon. Hassard : Mr., minister, ii. 982. Peter, i. 82. Hassel , Cornet, ii. 1333. Hassop , co. Derby, ii.

    Index of names and places, L

    917, 975, 1080, 1083, 1268, 1328, 1407. deputy Lieutenant of the Isle of Wight, i. 124. Robert, i. 1241. of Hazon, ii. 1330, 1376. Sir Robert, Knt., i. 780. Tobias, i. 698, 1043, 1130; ii. 105. William, i. 50, 529,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ACTON, Laurence (d.1410), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb.

    took Sir William Sturmyn’s daughter, Elizabeth, as his wife. Besides his extensive property in Newcastle, he owned the manor of Hazon (which he acquired with land at Elswick in 1380), and other holdings in Cramlington, Blaydon, and Jesmond. These passed,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    do hereby I. EXPRESS niy REGRET at having iiadvertently Pirated a cer- tam Registered Design, the pr-perty of Mr. Samuel Hazon, of Id. Dale End, Birniliigham, Beer Enmgine Manufactiurer, and I nereby coimseutto the hisertion of this advertisesent. amid agree Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    enjoyed themsele . A capital programme of vocal and instrumental' musc swa i rendered;zznongtbecotributorbeing Mr. TEyat Lang ford, M DNellie Hazon,. Mss Gssie Yapp, Miss Davis, Mr. Buton, a omnpany of haudbe ilnges and oYers. In thecourseoftheeveingiCounwlorParikesfsaid a few kindly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the wind subsideng, it was got under control. Sherman himself was up nearly all night, and, with Generals Howard, Logan, Hazon, Wood, and others, laboured hard to save houses and protect families thus suddenly deprived of shelter and of bedding Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the streets, cheering for Santos, and crying,. 'Death to Ccn.titutionaliats and Blaucoa ! ' Ihey foteed their way into the Hazon office thing shots and flourishing sticka. One compositor was killed and ona cf tbo rn.b leaders won .ded ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    like a lion wherever the combat was thickest. Every division commander bore bimseli glorious y, and among them Generals Turchen, Hazon and Parker especially distinguished themselves. Turchen charged through the rebel lines with the bayonet and being surrounded, forced Im Subscribers-only content

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