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You searched for: Place: Hows, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1591, 01 January 1591-31 December 1591

    You cannot devise a fitter way to discover all his pretences, therefore, I pray despatch it with haste. "From Derum Hows," this 13th of October. [ P.S . ] If I had been well I would have waited on you

    Henry VIII, August 1543, 11-20, 01 August 1543-31 August 1543

    that he is come thither, and the President says that his "vantwarde" has taken a little town of Gulik called Hows. Never heard the name before; so it must be of little value. Andwerpe, 18 Aug. 1543. Hol., p .

    Index, B

    13. Barham , Mr [? Thomas Barham, of Teston ] , co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14. Barkchier Hows. See Berkshire House. Barker , Elizabeth, widow of Stephen Barker, 191. Barker , Henry, nephew of Stephen Barker, sues

    Henry VIII, October 1523, 11-20, 01 October 1523-31 October 1523

    proportion. Hamilton and Murray are tonight at Lawder, where they "takes" musters today of all the Marsh, Tevedall, Heshdale, and Hows daill. The Duke has six carts, covered with steel and brass, with eight men in each, and certain guns,

    Supplementary abstracts to charters in volume 2, 1578-1606

    Arthur Fischer, Peter Patersoune and others on the south, the lands of the hospital and yard commonly called the "Almous Hows" on the north, the lands of David Wemys on the west, and the street on the east; all as

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EiAfTAL-P1ERCING.-Xight' aire Press Tools;, good condition hIn a TJ Fries 60a.-Blinctoo, 16, Bgrgata Place, Meosely 1Road, 04172 h _5ffNwiNUB AOHI~IE (Hows, hand), only siscd few times. Hes. Cioat ~3' 44-6, Worcester Street. c3906 3 N3~2OtNE and Boiler (8-horse boalnl for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ElohAnoter Qss ghtrs funed: ley. c709 C goFs er' pository acid Exchange, Dudley. o8729 'IARINIONIUK (1V, rosws reeids. 75oe, Two Hows, 6 guineas. Hi MussI e-Fisher's Repository ajid Exchange, Dudsley. c8709 OIUM, beauirul torte; neanly new. Only £6.-J. Cutler. H Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PrJDLIC A3IUSE1ATITS ,,~~'l2 ROYAL, ]3IRMINrGHAM-~ r:YyVYLG A~hlMONDSAY AND) TITUEBDAY 3 wrIjjTTINGTON AND HIS CAT." - a ~~~t SWEEN-EY&IIYLAN71 hI T1., r. CEOltOI.t WALTON 11Mr. RORRUtT NFTLSC'N.; Ror ot .Commntonute7. Mornings 1.40 :L, Chctloues sad P. Orders to F. Mitevardl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    affairs. H is intimate freiend in St. Petersburg is unable to give it information as to his whereabouts. er. Tin: Hows SECRErARY has decided to advise the or. QUEEN to Use her prero~gative of muercy in the' 3r ~LkYI;Ricx csand Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the principal speakers in the two Houses, and embodied theu in his "Diary." We extraotone or two of these critiques. Hows, of Lords: Lord Grenville and Lord Guilford-" Both of them powerful and argumentative, but not elegant speakers." Lord Tsurlow-" Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Northern tribune: a periodical for the people., 1854

    aud their Wages every week punctually paid, (viz.) Augers, Bed-screws, Box and Sad-irons, Chains, Edge - Tools, Piles, Hammers, Hinges, Hows for the Plantations, b Locks, especially Ilo-locks, Nails, Patten Rings, aud almost all other sorts of Smiths Ware." A Subscribers-only content

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