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    Index, H, I, 01 January 1716-31 July 1717

    i. ( a ). Hewlings , Mr., N.J., expelled from Assembly, etc ., 523. Heys , James, transported, 312 i. Heyshaw , William, Agent, Barbados, appointment of, 115. -, -, letter to, 32. Heywood , James, son of following, recommended British History Online

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    of five two-shear ewes. Seoteihsbroad, J. ~islbeck.Thwspeavad: 2 T. Young, TAund. Barden. Pan of five wetliers, Sootch breed, T. ~Udoon, 'Heyshaw, Hazlewood, 2. Thomes Alureek. Barden. Pen of five two-cheer ewes, lonk breed. Y. M. Green, Blsechloil; 2, Cooper and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    rail and conveyance to Morecambe and Heyshaw. Some 90 members joined the excursion, and tbe day being fine the outing was thoroughly enjoyed. A conveyance was chartered at Lancaster, whence the party drove to Heyshaw and inspected the celebrated ruins. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    James Chataway, Clarke Watkins Burton, and George Martin Guise Jolly, Clare-hall. John William Candy and Otto Adolphus, Corpus Christi. Robert Heyshaw Mounsey, William Townsend Hen- ham, Charles William Soden, Thomas Hassall, and Richard Barrell, Christ's. WBliam Major Kingsmill, John Cheap, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Lord Penzaneo and a special jury. Tho slaintifts, Crottand another, propounded the will of the bite Mrs. Ana Croft, of Heyshaw Hal, near Lancaster • and the defendants, Marriot and others, opposed it on the ground of improper execution, undue Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    able charges lo merit a share of public patronage. ii*3" GOOD'fBED*, i«»"d * choice STOCK of WINES and olber LIQUORS, Heyshaw, M/k\-Wtir* I*'1 *' BE LET, OF about twenJy-tvfd Acres of Land, adjoin- ing to and pnrrot Saab Green Estate, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    be then and there produced) THE TITHE -FREE MESSUAGE, OUT- BUILDINGS, and ESTATE, situate at Swainshead, in the vaecary ef Heyshaw, within Higher Wyewdale, containing 210 a. Ir. 3fjp. statute measure, or thereabouts, aad now in pos- session of hie. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    be entitled to bo pud their costs for coming to oppose the bill. Mr. Littler, Q.C, on behalf of the Heyshaw trus- tee!-, and counsel for tbe otber petitioners, made a similar claim. Mr. Rodwell opposed the application on the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Bess- | (donation. 5 50 borough 110 Captain Holland 110 The Earl of Eldon .... 10 10 0 W. H. Heyshaw, Esq The Earl of Glasgow . . (subscription) 1 10 The Earl of Rosebery, Do. (donation). 2 2 0 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Willonghby, General, 2d Class -{ Bombay Staff Corps. I Captain H. P. Hawkes, L Madras Staff Corps. /"Captain B. F. Heyshaw, ! Madras Staff Corps. 3 Deputy Assistant Com- , ! Major T. W. S'.ansfield, missaries General, lst j Madras Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Desperate, 7, sc, Coin. A. T. Thrupp, I_sB, North America and West Indies. Devastation, 6, sc. Com. C. A. J. Heyshaw acting. Pacific, oris, 32, sc, Capt. Sir F. L. M'Clintock. Kt., 1854, Mediterran. Doterel. 2, sc. gun-boat. Lt.-Com.W. F. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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