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    name in the list of the latest odds-Mr Payne's Bessy Bedlam filly, 3 to 1 (taken), Mr Sadler's Decisive, 6 to I (taken), Lord Chesterfield's Judith Hutter, 12 to 1, Mr Drake's Sister to Jeffy, 9 to I (taken). - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    words upon it, " Don't wish to disturb you; are you at home ?-J. Wilkes Booth." Major Knox and SerJeant Hutter testified that on the 13th of April the residence of the Secretary of War was illuminated in honour of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    becalmed on the golden afternoons-with the mountains of Skye grown mystical in the perfect stillness ? Was it of Judith Hutter, for example, and Hurry Harry, and the faithful Uncas, who * Copyrighted, 1877. had somehow got themselves so mixed Subscribers-only content

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    5 J. Sauter b Waigt....... 24 ;t !. Kev c Lee b CBel '.......... 6c WT. V '. PRead rt Hutter b Peel .... 14 Loehmaeno t Hunter C Peel . a. |ltnderson o Whitehead . . 14 Lockwood st Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MAMfINJ TOOLS, &77., IFOD? SALE (cnnz'L 1V,. 'I 7 777 9 ',.9 ' .1 W 1 p') L . 7._!v' 7: 1q.. 1' .7 NV A ii 779 7 . TNt7. 97.4 t7'y 7'..,7If77 ' 7 -1 d W0 Subscribers-only content

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    General Index, H, 01 May 1690-31 October 1691

    William Husungs , David Hutcheson , Alexander Hutchins , Sir George Hutchinson , Major Ezekeil Mr. Christopher Mrs. Richard Thomas Hutter , Christian Hutton , Charles Dr. John Huy Huy , Baron Huyge , Abraham Huygen , Cornelis Huysteade , Subscribers-only content

    William and Mary, September 1691, 01 September 1691-30 September 1691

    in the parish of Ewelme. Granted. [ Ibid., p . 193. ] Sept. 11. Whitehall. Passes for Henry Barch, Christian Hutter, and Jacob Bowman, to go to Harwich and embark for Holland; for Mrs. de Barre, and Magdalen Tuliers, her Subscribers-only content

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