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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, L, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    Duke of Rothes, 153, 154, 167. -, Margaret, Countess of Rothes, 154. -, William, Deputy Chamberlain for joining tallies, 576. Lethem (Northumberland), 330. Lethieullier , John, Remembrancer of London, 279, 578. Letter Book , Introduction , p. xxv-xxvii. -, Office

    Volume 147, April 23-May 31, 1712, 23 April 1712-31 May 1712

    at the right-hand side torn away ). April 28. 14 . Petition of David Burton of Edinburgh, glazier, and John Lethem of the same place, smith, to the Lord High Treasurer, praying payment of their bills for work and necessaries

    Volume 205, August 3-December 19, 1716, 03 August 1716-19 December 1716

    for a clerk on account of the Register of Scotland. 1 page. [? About 24 Sept. ] 42. Petition John Lethem, the King's master smith in North Britain. Lords of the Treasury. For payment of his bills for ironwork in

    Declared Accounts, Ordnance, 01 October 1715-31 December 1716

    below Greenwich 54 18 10 Edenburgh, Berwick, Sterling and other Garrisons in North Britain: Rott Mowbray, carpenter, at Edenburgh; John Lethem, smith, ditto; James Gibson, for cleaning arms, ditto; James Syme, slater, for keeping in good order the roofs of

    Index, L, 01 January 1708-31 December 1714

    mention of siege of; cix. 10. L'Estang , Mons. (society of French gentlewomen at the Hague), death of; clv. 16. Lethem , of Edinburgh, smith, his work at Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace; cxlvii. 14. Letters , additional tax upon,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AND JOURNAL. THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1883. NEWS OF THE DAY, 0l The House of Commons met at twelvo o'coclc rc yesterday. Tli c only businCess of imol)(1rtance wva, tl the Elective Councils (Ireland) Bill, the second fo reading of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Christopher Maling, Wedster. D.L., of Pallion Hlall, in the county of Durham; upwards of £257,000-Of the Rev. William Bentinck Lethem Hawkins, of 33, Bryanewon Square; upwards of £154,000. The testator leaves £2,UOU. to the Poer Clergy Corporation; £E1,000. each Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tesriace I S 0. ti S. T. Evans, Esq., - line, Esq. ......I1 0 O Stoke Nsewington.. I 10 Ail. Lethem, lsq .. 2 O Sie Winu. tetslnett, Esq., Mr. John aill Ux- lke *i0 Canusnon-street .. G 00 O Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the highest reference as to ability asnd integrity, both in - England anld Holland. Address A. N., care of E. Lethem and Co., - _ 1S, Addle-street, Wood-street, London. e qCiOLASTIC.-WAXTED imediately, an ASSISTANT. oompe.- k tenttogive instruction in Latin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Old Bailey, commission agents. em BeltelS and Fivash, Bristol, wheelwrights. .. Hobden and Bennett. Woolwich, grocers. ure Lethemo 'Btvth, and Lethem, Glazsow, and Friday-street. City, manu- del fadturers; is far astregards R. i.Letiuma ur, ,C. BarUjniewJessieBartholcmewChrlTail] and A A. Traill,. Subscribers-only content

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