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  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, Miscellaneous 1607, 01 January 1606-31 December 1607

    at Excestre [Exeter ] at the beginning of next week where Houll must deliver his sureties for his life and good behaviour and have his letters verified to have Houll arrested and to have him sent with the said pardon

    The King's Book of Payments, 1510, 01 January 1510-31 December 1510

    10 d . December. King at Richmond. "St. Nicholas Bishop," 6 l . 13 s . 4 d . Guyett Houll, King's spear, one year's fee, 40 l . Ric. Browne, yeoman of the Crown, year's fee as forester of

    Henry VIII, June 1538, 11-20, 01 June 1538-30 June 1538

    on Sunday before St. Peter and Paul's Day, St. Peter's Day, and the Sunday following. Witnesses: Mr. Lyvet, B.D., Wm. Houll, and 12 others. R. O. 2. Articles against Sir Thos. Cowley, vicar of Ticehurst. He disobeyed the King's injunctions

    Index, B

    mentioned, 401. asks for appointment of Commissioners to settle differences between French merchants and English pirates, 402. complains that Guill. Houll has been pardoned although he is a pirate and murderer, 403. Bodkin (Bodkyne), Thomas, agent for the Corporation of

    Index, H, I

    . Houldsworth (Oldesworth, Oudesworthe), Arnold, appointed to receive fines of all actions for debt in Court of King's Bench, 436. Houll , Guill, proclaimed a pirate by the king, 403. complaint concerning his pardon, 403. Hounds , 23, 131. See

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Libary, 43 Old Bond street. j0N T B L A N C WILL OPEN on 3l MONDAY EVENING, DECEMtBER 3rd.-Egyptian Houll, Piccadilly E XHIBITION of CRIMEAN PHOTOGRAPHS, 5 Pallmall East. Evening Exhibition, from Seven till Ten, and fromn Ten till Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (J wllle. etrets£6. ~e, o £00~ dgO e, 32 Pardis Steet. edll 11 leans$ oieApisr.Strsa,10 adwo od ~9 porLeYntoais ars Houll, 4oselo The lrereetin r ~iAMP chambers, O covnilnt kichar a large suvalrde.omns .145sit Lunted proalse),sG u edcd Proertsy14.; prdcasua Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Klnserleo, Contraeto5'. ( ra Banbury. . - ...u9_ 16 pRBTEtR.-Wattedl. a strong, acotIveoYasth. so ~Porter; o~unisTln, Sel X Pohett Houll.. preffv-red.-Apply to Charles 1iethaston, Groetel' 163. *O-T24RWanted, mint Ihave two years; rcfee'eftcsfnm last sittuit- -Mc i P io Apply, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "9WANTE1Dis LA2SSOf.ADVIRRTIS.EMENTS J Vor cnsceesitive. inser'tiOns of thss olsiesee of sm,,ill Adviort~E;Emotlt, -Ut. liarticsulariliesl below this tonolting ar the Prsepaid~ charges e L l61Vords, Once 6d to 32 Vords, Once... Is. Oil --- Adveriemnontsex.c~eesij% 7 woDittoThr Inseartioses., le. O Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E6DUCATIONAL, ri,. WA1,TER J1. EVANS, VOICE-TRAIINTER afid ' .[~TEAcHElR of SIGINDG.-Leeaols ut Fern Villa. School A fload, ilosley; or Messrs. Rtogers 0111 l'rjsticy-S. Cjolmoror Rmo. 115 Bu Kireton, neli Mamiek- is in tjlir flocountry, tenl Mile fromt any town, Subscribers-only content

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