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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    XANCHESTER. ') ._Na. T..wn Or: I n4i.-1 ba-. . - - 77 = = __ : - -- : - CYXGERDD.-Nes LUn;,y 1af'eyfisoI , cynha1iodd y A Kymric Choral Society,-dan arweiffiad Mr.'P. 33 Evans, eu eynogirdd 'blynyddol yn Helm6 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZE-'IT. BA~NKRUPTS, j. j)uaio 'lourlow, 'ictuailer. Attorney, MIr. LIoloaine, -Gret it' .sn dfor!d-row` * m ':"rl: F'telhoroctzlh, draper. Attornex', Jr1 Gregory, M;ittlerntaT e, (1tOi~J~ Ii'-> aj. u.[ !)DIske'e-olace, ;Irtialler. Attorney, Mr. Isaaes, Bury- rlreit m it. ly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the line, and free flies the ship; oglly on the look-out for straws and bubbles a2head, and Ignorance at the helm. " How does: she go ?" eties the steersmoans. " Bravely:; twelve knots an hour, from the log principle,'.' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Paine, - - Mrs Cornwell Baron Wilson Chiarles Smith 'The Maid of Toro' - Sir Walter Scott - John Parry 'Helm and u Sield' - F. H. Burney H. R. Bishop fl ok-eyed One, - Dark- gy&iLOua--- - .*-- - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IND E X. A. AcM7,xTs5INO .'TTF cIs--Suicideforlove, 12, Death.3from cold and starolaniec, 12. UnLsuccessful attemapt at miraculous healing, 12. rdier, -t' sir, T.I lAno,2 . Death from inosication, 28, 300. Suicide of 8aiituel Shirley, S Inquiesti on Saiiai Rasidall, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Historical Collections, 1628 (part 2 of 7)

    the necessity of it, and yours to give credit to what I say, as to him that sits at the Helm. 'For what concerns your Petition, I shall make Answer in a convenient time. Martial Law debated; Serjeant Ashley questioned

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 21 December 1652, 21 December 1652-21 December 1652

    the Parliament, That from and after the First of January next, the Wages of all able Seamen, fit for the Helm and Lead, Top and Yard, be augmented from Nineteen Shillings now given, to Twenty-four Shillings each Man, by the

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 29 August 1653, 29 August 1653-29 August 1653

    the said Earl to explain those Words in his Petition; viz . " with Encouragement from Persons then at the Helm, came into England ;" and report the same to the House. Stowell's Estate. The House took up the former

    Supplementary Records, Preston Richard

    or close called the Yard or Fold and from thence into through and over a certain waste or Common called Helm and from thence leading to the town of K. Kendall, the said common footway having been used by all


    leisure so deliberately to read all these Annals, as to observe nicely whose hands were most constan tly upon the Helm of the Kingdom, from 1629 to 1640, or by what Rules they steered, either in the Matters of State,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks Gloucester College , Oxford

    Reyner, op. cit. 134. Reyner, op. cit. 176, 186. Cott . MS. Tib. E. iv, fol. 43, gives Heliun, not Helm , as in Reyner. Close, 20 Edw. I , m. 11 d . Reyner, op. cit. 176. Reyner, op.

    Salisbury St Thomas's parish

    century the property was known as Pinnock 's Inn, and later, after it had been given to the commonalty, 'The Helm '. In 1491 the commonalty had it demolished and built four shops with dwelling houses in its place. 12

    North Petherton North Petherton 1841

    Back Street ), Mill Street , the Newton road , High Street , Cliff Road , and Pilot's Elm or Helm . About 1821 the new Bridgwater road was built to provide a straighter route through the village; during the

    The parish of Ashton-under-Lyne Introduction, manor & boroughs INDEX MAP TO THE PARISH OF ASHTON UNDER LYNE

    Ashton gave to Ralph son of William Ruffus of Staley all his land of Souracre, in the Olerene hey, the Helm rode, and the Otford bottom, which lands had formerly been held by Richard Ruffus (Roo); he also granted land

    Index A - Z

    85-6, 96, 169, 176-7, 213, 225-314 agric., 263-4 alms-hos., 275, 286, 307-11, 313-14 Eyles, 280, 309-10 Grange , 251, 310-11 Helm 's, 310 New, 302, 307-10, 314 New Town , 309-11 Old, 307-10, 314 St. Mary 's Gdns., 310 Sedgefield

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Halifax (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Elland (Ealand) : chapelry Elland is described as a parish in this document Location: Kirkheaton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Helm (Kirkheaton Helme) : undefined Location: Wistow (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Monk Fryston (Muncke Friston) : chapelry Location: Sandal Magna (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s):


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