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  • * British History Online *

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    Minute Book, April 1671, 01 April 1671-30 April 1671

    Privy purse certificate to be fetched. (Done.) Mr. Progers about Bushey Park. Mr. Lawrence: warrant. (Done.) Mrs. Neale. (Done.) Spry: Kemps. (Done.) [ Ibid . DCXXV. p. 162. ] April 11. [ Downing's or Charnock's memoranda . ] Mr. Batailhe

    Minute Book, December 1697, 01 December 1697-30 December 1697

    the King the Surveyor [General of Crown Lands' ] report for granting to the Earl of Portland the reversion of Kemps Field and Bunches Close & c. The King says he will have it done. Upon reading the petition of

    Warrant Book, August 1706, 16-31, 01 August 1706-31 August 1706

    a fresh lease thereof to William and Edward Kemp. Prefixing : said Surveyor 's report on the petition of said Kemps. Ibid ., p. 552. J. Taylour (in the absence of William Lowndes) to the Revenue Commissioners in Ireland to

    Index, J K

    , Lord (of the Great Seal), see Egerton. Kelke , Edward, town clerk of Sandwich, 169. Kempe , John, 252. Kemps , Godfrey, 381. Kemys , Lawrence, letter from, 232. Kenchurche , see Kentchurch. Kendal , Vicar of, see Tyrer.

    Roger Whitley's Diary, January 1696, 01 January 1696-31 January 1696

    Mainwaring; also Huet, Ellis & Bradborne about Rogers debt to Mrs Philips; for which I gave her an assignment on Kemps & Danats bonds; in the evening Robinson (Taylors clark) brought me the agreement with Cockson & Crosse for the

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Quene Mary. The mightie prouidence of God in preseruyng Iohn Kempe.

    moneth, one Ownsted Constable, with twoo other Constables, associate with Iohn Wood, who had maried Kemps sister, also diuers other persons, beset the said Kemps house, searched it, and euery house within twoo myles where they might suspect him to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yorkshire, grocer. S. Lightfoot, Liverpool, rice cleaner. G. Parish, Bromley, Staffordshire, butcher. J. Walton, Nosthwich, Cheshire, heensedvictualler. Martha Camp (otherwise Kemps), Abingdon. G. Cambden, Meetiag-house alley, St George in the East, nautical brazier. H. Drury, Fortsea, Captain R.N. G. Titchmarsh, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the score:- BBOMSOIlOVE. VIOTORIA. 3D, Ball, b Walher- - Chatterle, b A. T. Fleteher 0 Upton, run out - 3 Kemps cand hA. T. Flelcher 6 A T. Fletcher, b Johns 1 Kendrick, P A. T. Fletcher 0 T. Ball, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stationmaster at Solihuil, and to him several persons con- plained of having been groesly insulted by the defendant. Pollce constable Kemps took the defendant into custody; but he (defendant) was very violent, knocked the officer down, and the united efforts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE. LONDON, Saturday. in 9 is said of Dr. Parr that he had two sides to his representative of the peace or war condition cl i, mind. The same is now said of the Sultan cc n ,is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pUBELI AMUSEMENTS. ROY.AnL, JULY 23. f ROrEN, FOR TIlE SUASON, ON MIONDAY NEXT, July 23, with AMERICA'S STANDARI D ATTRACTION, MR. 30. B. LEAVITT'S -T:A_-L NOV-ELTY AND BURLESQUE ,sINT-> A COMI'ANY.N 50 AOIERICAN CELEBRITIES, 50 SNe Novel, and Original Subscribers-only content

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