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  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1577

    the parish of Briscowe. Robert Pynder Thomas Richardson and Ann his wife Messuage and 2 cottages with lands in Whitgift, Howk, and Snayth. James Robynson Rowland Spence and Alice his wife Messuage with lands in Walden. Richard Ellisworthe and Robert

    Index of persons and Places, H, I

    370. Holtby , co. York, 201. Homilton. See Holmpton; Humbleton. Homrigh , Bartholomew van, Mayor of Dublin, 128. Hook , Howk, co. York, 196. Hook (Hooke), , a Justice of Carnarvon and Anglesey, 75, 292. -, John, merchant of London,

    Warrants etc, December 1697, 21-31, 21 December 1697-31 December 1697

    inclosed ground in the Church of Huntington 0 0 8 Vicarage Salton 0 10 0 60 acres of Marsh in Howk and Gowle 0 13 4 scite of Whitgift manor 0 13 4 Swinfleet manor 0 13 4 lands in

    Index of places

    Howdan , 121. Howden , 72, 172. als . Hoveden, 32, 102. Howeden , 108, 150, 152. Howgill , 44. Howk , 104. Howke , 81, 93, 168. Pasture, 93. Howley , 55, 127. Howlyngton als . Humton , 97

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vols. Svo. fine Portrnit, revised and corrected by the Author, S' IRi DAV"ID: B:AfIRD' S L I FE. By TicEoDoEn Howk, Esq. - : 'Will rank with the best biographies extanf."-Uuited Service Journal. Also, just ready, NEW EDITION, 3 vols. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Such a, Run.-Clapter XI. The Fesler-Chapter XlI. ThE Deal and tisa Dis- aster.-Clhpter XIII. An Old Friend. II. The Fairy Howk. A I.egend. of Cumberland. By the Author of ' Azeth, the Egyptian.' Ill. The Failiand Islands. 13yCoptain Snlivan, R.N. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in 1857, was commenced at £500., and was ultimrately knocked down at 620 guineas. " Going to Sea ;" by Howk, R.A., also exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1857, brought 410 guineas. "The M~orningMeal," by Rosa Bonheur, dated 1847, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9l7; C. Philpott (Conservative), 91; Thouas Hall (Conservative), 69; majority, 37. Stone Ward Without: Clare (ndeendnt),279 Hiks Independent), 278 ; Howk (Conservatnive)),196;3A. SCraig (Conservative), 181; majority, 180. Carstlc Waid Wit/ent: J. P. Smith (Inde- pendent), and James Cock (Independent), returned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i miheuas I Aug toot. qllently the surplus on which Mr. GLADSTONE iS enabled to ca]cu]ate does not justify any further remissions of taxation to an important extent. Still, though moderate in comparison with last years tho eurplusiG respectable: Subscribers-only content

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