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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 223, September 1632, 01 September 1632-30 September 1632

    Similar order in reference to the fens from Saxelby town on both sides the Foss dyke and Witham river to Langrick goat. [ One page . ] Sept. 26. Scadbury. 50. Sir Thomas Walsingham, Vice-Admiral of Kent, to Nicholas. Sends Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 April 1631-31 March 1633

    petition on behalf of William, petition of Langport , co. Somerset Langren , Arnold Florentz van, letter of his father Langrick goat , co. Lincoln Langton , Mr. Attorney General's man Mr., of Magdalen College, Oxford Languedoc Lanier , Lanmasse Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, April 1672, 01 April 1672-30 April 1672

    340 [? ] Entry of demise by in custodiam lease to William Battell, gent., of a messuage, & c., in Langrick, alias Langdrax [Lindrick ] , co. York, parcel of the lands of Guy Poole, gent., outlaw. Ibid . [?

    Index, L

    and see Langeley. Langley , Longley [co. Warwick ] , 405. Langport , Langeport Westover [co. Somerset ] , 984. Langrick , Langrak, Lanrak [in Drax parish, co. York, W. Riding ] , 789. Langston , John, 'pasteler,' 957, 1104. Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 January 1669-30 November 1672

    602. Lincoln's Inn , 235, 520, 667, 842, 1193, 1240. Lincdhurst . See New Forest. Lindley (Lynley), Ann, 936. Lindrick (Langrick alias Landrax), (Yorks), 1225. Lindsay , John, 17th Earl of Crawford and Lindsay, 137, 141, 222, 317, 483, 894;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a .,) theoretical ond pnacticol peonng San, able to fulfil the requsire- -monte of Birneinchani in ocury way. Terms maodsrate.-B. Langrick, 35, South Parade, Anglaby Rtead, Hull.ef1 ,COMsPOSITOIZ (N~ewsl Seeks Situation; quick and clean. Ex- 4J client reference.-Cnomp., 13, Charles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colour-maker, by a 'L theoreticailandlpreeterc-l young SJun, able to fulilM the reqoire- menits of Birmingham In every wr Terms moderate.-H, Langrick.] 00, Smith Parade, Angleby Itoad, Hull, 05518 COMPSITOI (nws ad jobiog See~ Stuation;. Oni~K :aud] cjlean; good refereneos.-A. Ryder, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t'sdeosiokSummorland; Soutbase, gentleman. Hent blies Sarah Ann, Farlogdon. Backs. Kere Johnm Short, Ocauborne, Dorsetn carpenter. Kerr. Hev. St. Gear e, Langrick, near Busrto, Llrsoolnshlre. KeteBmpdaeld, Nlarltet Drayton, Balsip, veterinary surgeon, KdiGeorge, Queen ICame) Monhster, Somerset, miller. Kidi. John. Qlueen Cemel, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reason" (Wareing).-At St. Michael's Handsworth, the preachers at the harvest festival yesterday were the Rev. W. F. Curtis, vicar of Langrick; and at St. James's, the Rev. J. G. Smith, vicar of Christ Church, Leeds, preached in the morning and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the gale is estimated at £1,500. At Beeston two children were killed by the fall of a wall. At Langrick, near Boston, a ferryman was drowned by the capsizing of his boat. At Grimsby a man was killed and Subscribers-only content

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