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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 10, 25 April 1689, 25 April 1689-25 April 1689

    agreed to the Bill, without any Amendments. Ordered , That the Bill be ingrossed. Loadman's Petition. A Petition of Anne Loadman , Widow; complaining of several Prosecutions of one WilliamWilliams , an Attorney, in WhitechapellCourt, John Malchor , and William

    Index, L, 19 December 1688-26 October 1693

    of her Daughters, 24 May. Vide Prideaux . Litchfield , Earl of, Petition of Trustees, 23 July. Vide Supply . Loadman , Ann, Petition, 25 Apr. Vide Grievances . London , Manner of receiving Sheriffs with an Address to the

    General Index, L, 01 October 1665-31 July 1666

    Sir Wm. Coventry, letters of Thos. letter of Capt. or Mr. Lyssin , letters dated from Lodge, letter dated from Loadman , Jno. Lochleigh , see Leighlin. Lock , Capt. Jas., letter of Capt. Locke , Mat. commission for Lockhart Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, September 1-10, 1683, 01 September 1683-30 September 1683

    Says Loadman came from the Tower and said that Lord Essex had cut his throat and that she saw a bloody razor thrown out of the window. He did not believe her, having found her heretofore in a lie. Loadman Subscribers-only content

    Index, General - L-Z

    , Asby , 89, 320. Linton , John, 309, 316. Little , Mr., 345. Little Water , Bampton , 253. Loadman , George, 105. Richard, 166. Lochmaben castle , 57. Locke , Joseph, 17, 19. Locksmith , William the, 56.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    40 t Sicklitbighall, nlear Wetlierby. raie Sante day, at St. George's church, St. George's in-thie-Est, Iit mEd ItLondton, Capt. fieu. Loadman, toi Eliza, youmigeit daughter ot rthe late Captairt Young, all of Iiridilisgton, In this couiity. gTes Yesterday week, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clifton; R oyal William, Broadhead; Brilliant, Boyling; Canton, Duknerley; Thomas and Robert, Chipchabs llussia, Donaldlson; Sir Edward flamiltoll, Lundy; Hanna, Loadman. Uleaborg-John, Hagglund. Flensburg-Helena, Jorgensen; Iris, Joigensien. Rotterdam-Norfolk, Leatham Jupiter, Blakestone; Sarah, Fudge; Seagull, Nicholl; Camer. ton, Holdsworth;, Clara, Dawson; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    v. Jackson and others. 5. Cliffs v. Tolson. 6. Clarkv sKay. 7. Girdleltone and another v. Lewis. 8. Wood a'. Loadman and another. 9. Wood v. Hall and another. ils. Anderson and another v. Dove and another. 11. The Queen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9 BIllerby . . ......... Rymer 10 Regina . .............. ,, Inhabitants of Aldbrough 11 Wood (S. J.) . , Loadman and another 12 Wood (S. J.) ...............,Hall and another 13 Harper (S. J.) . , Parker and another 14 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jesh~aasdJohn Horefall, Bradford, woolotapler., lIst examination, &o;-aU at a (loanter poet olees. At the TowvN HATL, JIIVOL. WonegonEAY, Marsh 23.-Win, Loadman, ]3ridllogton Quay, grcoer, do., aojoursed lost g9xamlsatlon. ~esfome Mr. Reglotrar Wrln.DE) Wm. Smitb, West Rasen, land agent, dividond-at twelve, Subscribers-only content

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