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  • * British History Online * *

    12 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

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    w, 14.2 Thos, £600, widr; Ric, s, 59.12 Wm; Marg, w; Ric, s; Mary, d, 17.2 Wm; Sar, w, 77.5 Lambden Thos, 30.2 Lambert Lamburt: Alice, ser, 36.17 Anne, ser, 30.3 Dot, wid, 17.33 Edw, bach, goldsmith, £600, 71.5 Elenor,

    General Index, L, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    , Bridget, 148 -, John, 331 Lamb , Purveyance of, 254 -, Selling old mutton instead of, xxii, 240, 241 Lambden (Lambdon) -, Richard, 256 -, William, 203 Lambe , Benedict, 8 -, Edward, 292 -, Henry, 370 -, Nicholas,

    General Index, L, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    Lamb , Agnes, 241 -, Bennett, 109 -, James, 143 -, Richard, 91 -, William, 94, 117 (2), 207, 285 Lambden , William, 262 Lamberhurst , co. Kent, 187 Lambert , Henry, 207, 286 -, Thomas, 59 -, William, 120

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1739, April-June, 02 April 1739-28 June 1739

    Treasury from Thomas Lloyd. For a further term in a passage or ferry over the river Menai, called Llanidan ( Lambden ) alias Bonydon, between Penmayn and Llanthoyn in the Counties of Anglesea and Carnarvon, at a rent of 41

    Charles II, November 1676, 01 November 1676-30 November 1676

    of that ilk, his heirs and assigns, of the lands of Lambden, of land in Mersingtoun, and of the teinds, parsonage and vicarage of the said lands of Lambden and also of all the teinds, parsonage and vicarage of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    January. Business at Havanna was dull, but prices of sugar and molasses unchanged. The machine works, saw mill, &c., of Lambden and Co., were destroyed on the 19th. The conflagration was the most extensive that had occurred for years in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I J. Hollands, Westininster, builder - 15 D. Richards, London, voollen draper. _ 15 W. Southey, NewingtoIt, de - 16 Lambden & Collins, St. Gjeorge, pin-manufacturers - 16 R. Oastler, Horsforth, drysalter - 16 Deakiia& Oughton ,Deretend,,wirr-drawers. 17 W. Walker, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Wood, Butley, cheese dealer - 1 J. Bragg, Wlitetmaven, thread-manufacturer -19 Montgomery & Breretoni, Liverpool, merchants - 20 P.. Lambden, Bristol, pin-manufacturer -21 T. W. Turner, Brentford, potter - 21 Cuthbert & Clarke, London, whic-merchant -21 Ellis & Glover, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arosy renoWned for gal- s lantry and mercy, Under the most trying circumstances in - I warfare. Tise poor child, Lambden, bas beyc;nd all ques. rtion been injured forlife, andwithout stall commentiog upoc 3 the scene at Bow-street, on Friday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    receivesa various ceonte- siang in different parts of his body. He was taken to the Hosisital, and attended by Mtr. Lambden, and by the ship's surgeon. It is thought scarcely possible he can survive. SneczING OCCURRENCE AT DFRBY.-Orn Satui- day Subscribers-only content

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