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  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume G 248, September 1649, 01 September 1649-30 September 1649

    Tiverton 62 0 0 George Moore, Collumpton 80 0 0 Nic. Beare, Silverton and Bovy Tracy 16 0 0 John Holwill, Sampford Peverell, P. 17 0 0 Rob. Hill, Woodbury 43 12 0 Sir Edw. Carey, Staunton, Marychurch, and Stokenham, Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, 01 January 1533-31 December 1533

    -, , draper, 605, 1449. -, Humph., 480. -, Stephen, 589 (21). Holton , 1534. -, Ric., g. 196 (34). Holwill , John, 299 vii. Holy Island , Nthld., 25, 51, 144-5, 163, 217, 828. Holyrood . See Edinburgh. Home

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    , Humphrey, bond to, from Alderman Backwell Holwey , Jeremy, house of, Corne Street, Bristol, licence requested for licence to Holwill , Andrew, house of, Woodbury, Devon, licence requested for licence to Holy Island , company at demise of Holyhead Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, March 1533, 26-31, 01 March 1533-31 March 1533

    A supplic ation made by the mayor and citizens of Chester. A paper of my Master's remembrances. Supplication of John Holwill. The opinions and sayings of bishops, written with their own hands, concerning the King's high matter. A declaration of

    Index, H, I

    459. Holton [co. Somerset ] , 731. Holwell , Holewell [in Shillington parish, co. Bedford ] , 564. Holwell , Holwill [co. Devon ] , 740. Honing , Honyng [co. Norfolk ] , 745. Honingham , Honyngham, Honyngton [co. Norfolk Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yen thinle le was quite sober and ealm when lee said it? Holwill: He spoke very plainly to The Chairman: Might he not have been joking altogether? Holwill: No, I think not; I asked him if he was any re. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thorns', and Weotland Pound, to BEirck more Gate. There the line will pass undzr the road and go through Rowley, Holwill, Parracomnbe 1Churnh Town), Martinhoe Gross, Ratis2ombe. and Dema, to the terminus. Station accommodation will be p,- i vided at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    illlp3O ande Srn, Bcirmin ghpir, perodeaien cap makbera. main and CobbeEt, Grebh.na1ntreet, City, accountants 8cholhield aned Booth Todmnorden, joiners. . Holwill and Gaton, dreat To fington, oaddlrer. a Smith and Hopkine, Blreninhain, ggn manufacturere. a, Chapman anal Pareasa, fit. Katherine's-wharf, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Corber (the sister of the mau Corber, whors'is cargred with having committod the murder) cominm to hissm andl stating that Holwill, a stok-er on hoard R.J.S. Indus while at Rio Jaueiro, saw a Sean namued Robins lho told him that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    setehire, on Saturday. D~r, W. HI, EGeake, upholsterer, was about to be taken to the Wells Lunatic Aiylun by Sergeant Holwill, Mr. Hedyar, gunsenith, and a friend of his, Whilst at Pen Mill 8tation they pacesd the platform and as Subscribers-only content

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