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  • * British History Online *

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    Cromwell's speech on founding of a college at Durham, 18 June 1651-19 June 1651

    the county of Durham, Major-general Robert Lilburne, Sir Thomas Liddel, of Ravensworth, in the county of Durham, Timothy Whittingham, of Holmside, in the county of Durham, Esq., the Mayor of Durham for the time being, Anthony Smith, Alderman of Durham,

    Middleton

    Middleton MIDDLETON. Middleton was held of the barony of Kendal, partly of the Concy, later of the Richmond Fee, partly of the Ros, and later the Marquis Fee. The respective rents were 4s. 4d. and 26s. 8d., sometimes stated

    Index, U, Z

    203 Whitgift , John, Archbishop of Canterbury ( d 1604) mentioned, 26 Whithale. See Whitehall Whitingham , Sir Timothy, of Holmside, co. Durham 192 Whitney , Francis, Sergeant-atArms to the late Queen Elizabeth 114 Whitsbery. See Whitsbury Whitsbury (Whitsbery), co.

    Index, H, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    Holmes, Hoolme), Wm., rector of Carlton in Lindrick, 438 (2 m. 30). Holmside (Holneset, Honeset), Dham., 438 (2 m. 19). Holmys or Holmes. See Holme. Holneset . See Holmside. Holnestwod . See Holdenhurst. Holond . See Holland. Holstein , 247,

    General index, A - J

    General index A - J For easier reference the variants of the same name have been brought together under a modernized form in many instances. The same name frequently recurs on the same page without further reference to it.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the winter months; near eratmon; good table, piano, - smoke room. Terms from 2rS per weeL-.-Address. Mrs. Hart, yy Holmside, St John's Wood Rood, Bournemoth oS524 M THS room, piano, end bed room; 18s. P- weekly; extra bed rooms; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from 2Cs. per week; board and residence from o. 26 Piano; good cuisine; near pines, ea, and East Station.- . Holmside, St. John's Wood Road. I628 . OUINEMGIJTl.Comf~otbie Hiome, lf, goineas weekly. 1 Permaneny reduced. Birmingham references--Mrs. Lintott, ,' NLewocead, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3, 53s. 6d. buyers, 54g. sellers. Market quiet. LONDON COAL MARKEFT, Ye~sterday.-Bell's Primrose Ils. Gd., Davidson's West Hartley l4s. 6d., Holmside Gas lII. 6d., Holywell 5se., Eden Main 16is. 9d. Wall's End- Acorn Close 16g. 3d., Hetton. 14s. 9d., Riddell's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    milliner, Scarbro' Ward W., diaper, Brudford tB e !seet joLason W. . commission agent, Blao~kfrisrs.gtrsnt, Manehostex Ackroyd E. B., confectioner, Holmside, Sunderland Jamieson J., brewer, Lad.lane, lanchester Cooper W J., cat t proprietor, N~ewcastle trae ovrapo Habgood W., proTibion dealer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with, se by meames oF dynamite or some other explosive, attempting to blow up the house of Percival Hall, at Holmside, near IDuias, on the 5th instant. Prosecutor and his family id lied been spending Sunday evening with a neighbour, Subscribers-only content

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