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  • * British History Online *

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    Wills, 49 Henry VI (1470-1)

    after the Feast of S. Martin in Yeme [11 Nov. ] . Jordon (Herry), fishmonger. To be buried in the church of S. Botolph without Algate, where Johane his wife lies buried. To the Wardens of the Commonalty of the

    House of Commons Journal Volume 8, 3 April 1662, 03 April 1662-03 April 1662

    , Sir Rich. Mauleverer , Mr. Pryn , Sir Solomon Swale , Colonel Gilby , Sir John Coryton , Sir Jordon Crosland , Sir Gilbert Gerrard , Mr. Hungerford , Mr. Mervill , Mr. Crouch , Mr. Dalston , Sir

    Index, J, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    572, 600, 684. -, Thomas, 240, 276, 291, 384, 403, 424, 425, 444, 521, 644. -, William, 330, 597, 641. Jordon , Charles, 96, 199, 354. -, Lancelot, 617, 665. Journals . See Lords, House of, Commons, House of. -,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 2, 22 November 1642, 22 November 1642-22 November 1642

    the Corn, Cattle, or any other Goods of Captain Wm. Hudson of Rigate , be seized and sold by Edm. Jordon Esquire, and such as he shall appoint; and an Account made of them to the House, in such Manner

    Index, J, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    392. -, -, tidesman and boatman at Fowey, dismissed, 399. Jonins , Nicholas, petition for employment in Customs, 290. Jordan (Jordon), Lancelot, landwaiter at Lyme, 152. -, William, landwaiter and searcher at Kirkcaldy, 383. Jorg , John Tohnsend, master of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    opened the proceedings at some length, and exa- mined several witnesses; but, having failed in his attempt to prove Mr. Jordon the editor of the particular paper produced, the court directed an aequittal. The enemies of freedom, however, were determined Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liddell, Carlisle. inilliners-l1. and J. NI. Bailey, Sheiston, Wiltshire, farmers-Il. Evans and A. Colpus, Godalining, Surrey, tailors TayluV. Williams, and Jordon, lielvede rond, Lambetli, machine carving osus-Nay Anderson and Sangster, Nenington butts, narservmen-T. Newton Outlel', hridaY street, Cheopsido, rigir nilanufacturers; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pla;ins of Jericho. North End of Dead Sea Ileinting" Bears in Sloshi Eaii and Gerizim, from Nablon (Sycliena) Crossilg thle Jordon FULL PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS, PRINTED IN COLOURS. At Ain Feshkboia. North West Side of Dead Sea I Jebel VW=dai (the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    h Mr. Joseph Hill. In the ladies' classes, the new ti tr violin class has already been alluded to. Mir. ,Jordon ti ir Lloyd, honorary secretary to the Queens's Hospital, sue- a, ceeds Dr. Carter in the lectureship on physiology, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tOH. Eloshaw, 7, St. ,lames'o Street, Derby. c2637 ] HA{,CUTT13P. aod Shaver (steady), at Once. Gnod %ateon. To H orInonly.-II. Jordon, HarrseHron. cR229 ..JjATUDRUSSERS. -Thorough good Hairoatter mad Shaver.- HO0SIERYand Shirt Trade.-Situation Vacant for nsefoi yoong IRN OKEPR Wanted, occootomed Subscribers-only content

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