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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, G

    Newcastle port, 203, 224, 226, 234. Grant , Jasper, the younger, forfeited estate of, 133. -, Richard, boatman and tidesman, Hubberston, 213. -, Simon, commissioner of assessments in the Soke of Grantham, and for the hundreds of Winebridge and Theo,

    Declared Accounts, Post Office

    11 5 0 Samuel Johnson of Walden 25 12 0 Margaret Griffith of Llaninidiffry 2 12 6 John Elliot of Hubberston 0 6 2 Samuel Coats of Piccadilly 44 12 0 Maurice Owen of Holyhead 26 8 4 2,956 19

    Index of persons and Places, H, I

    H, I H Haberston. See Hubberston. Haddock , Sir Richard, Navy Victualler, 79, 171. Hadsor , , widow, lands in co. Dublin, 439. -, James, forfeited property of, 439. Haggardstown , co. Kildare, 133. - See also Great Haggardstown. Hagger

    Index, H, I, J, K, 01 January 1714-30 July 1714

    (Hubbert) , Bartholomew, 418. -, Stephen, 78, 228. -, William, the elder, 418. Hubberston (Hubertstown) , co. Pembroke, 246. Hubbert . See Hubbard. Hubertstown . See Hubberston. Hudgson . See Hodgson. Hudson , John, 34, 222. Hudson Bay , 295.

    Warrant Books, February 1713, 1-14, 01 February 1713-14 February 1713

    boatmen at Newcastle port) as an established boatman there loco John Clay, deceased. Jacob Woolford as tidesman and boatman at Hubberston in Milford port. Charles Elrington as waiter and searcher at Neston in Chester port loco his father, Thomas Elrington.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 June 1828, 2 June 1828

    Towns of Pembroke and Tenby, and to Hubberston " Hakin, and from Loveston Mountain to Canaston " Bridge, and from the End of Toch Lane on the said <c Road from Tavernspite to Hubberston Hakin, to the " Road from Subscribers-only content

    28 May 1829, 28 May 1829

    and to establish a Market, " with proper Roads and Avenues thereto respectively, " within the Manor or Lordship of Hubberston and PHI, " in the County of Pembroke") And the said Amendments, being read a Second Time, were agreed Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    SIR WILLIAM: Bill 30 Geo. 3. to enable him to make Docks, and to establish a Market at Hubberston and Pill, vide Hubberston and Pill. HAMILTON, DAME CATHERINE: eZ aZ. ;-Petition of Agent to receive Petition for a Bill, though Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    Mothvey. Bill 30 Geo. 3. to enlarge, 8cc. 11 Geo. 3. for repairing Roads to Pembroke and Tenby and to Hubberston Haking:- from H.C.; and read P, xxxviii. 561 a. 2S and committed, ioid. reported, 562 a. 3S and H.C. Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1790, 5 February 1790

    -Petition. widening, and keeping in Repair, several Roads leading from Tavernspite to the Towns of Pembroke and Tenby, and to Hubberston Haking, in the County of Pembroke, was presented to the House, and read; Setting forth, That the Petitioners have Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TUTESDArS LONDON GAZETTE. This Gazette contains an extract of a letter frlt m Scomberg, of his Majesty's ship Loire, giving an accoust( ;the capture-of Le Hebe, French national shi? of war, rolnli, eighteen 24-pounders, carronades, and twvo longtweivej, aitj Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Fort for Paillasses. Stamford I. Brecon 6. Trowbridge 2. Bristol and Horfield Paillass9 Straw only. 3. Exeter andTopsham 1. Hubberston and 4. Newport (MIonmouth) South Hook 3. Plymouth, Devon- 2. Pembroke-Hut and port, Tregantle, and D e fens ib Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Woolwich, and are expected to arrive in the course of a few days. The next five will be placed at Hubberston, and the other forts will receive their complement in duo time. These formidable pieces of artillery are of very Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jl,~ 'V' ' IK '".E'Ii lef AH )P I na 'rlly o "early tJ~~ flt All] bf'e. AN. IS I''L'b W1Lmy liAn1sl~ C.j ,;. .to hati'K. Ill ieratllle a'I'l. 'md nnttti'm il tlYO th.l'tiY ~.',,alclj'.~n ~n' I .1011'vi '01 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vagrancy in;Sootland. The bill was read a first time, and the following bills were read a third time and passed:-The Hubberston Dboks, the Rook Life Assurance , the Lynmingthn Jarbours aid Docks, andtheHunting on and:Godmanchester'G s,Coji-s pany. The Mortgage Debentures Subscribers-only content

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