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  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Warrants, July 1717, 26-31, 26 July 1717-31 July 1717

    in favour of William Duff of Bracco, Esq., and his heirs of taillie of the lands of Bracco, Tortrie, Identorc, Maisley and the lordship of Balvenie, as also of the lands and barony of Monblary with the Boge and Mains

    Index, M, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    House of Commons order served, 321. Mainandue , Alcide, lieutenant, pension for, 523. Maine , , royal bounty for, 68. Maisley , co. Banff, lands of, 470. Maitland , , Surgeon's Mate to the Hospital in Spain, pay for, 265.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DWiel NeviLe, M.A., Vicarage of Warton, county of | War wick. Patrop , Vicar of Polesw o rth. Revir, C. B. Ranleen, N., Curacy of Great Malvern, county of Worcester, Rev, Charles Maisley, Curacy of Little Comberton, county of Warwick. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Beeh-, 01. Is. Legacies. Executors of flue latoe hs-s. Mary Jicksoii, iW7, 10s.: executors of thi I -late Mr. Tolin Maisley, £50. -Pr'ese~nt: -Mrs. Niitthiz, old - lineun, boohrs, and >apes's. This hospital is at present inI Urgentmol of old Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Derbyshire, not of busincss. EisDWAsu LANDsER, .Shilfnal, mercer and draper, lately trading in partnership with Samilel Eablny, at Sblffnal and Maisley, as Lander and Eabns, draper. rinwes DIDIJLI, Dale End, Birmingham, baker and con. fectioner. JOIIN S 1Sa, 1°, Coventry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1t00(1o~) attd Gasig Wassied, at once.-Apply, Bond, RtUSHMAKER8 (Jsruees -Wt tedto or three gossd B 1 slit Hands.-Apisly, RoetSewn eeeStreet, Maisley, Staffordshire. c4667 ftCI'SAnslotassts.-Wlanted, resisectable youing Mlan, Musnt B be coapetent orstp astd nlaugister-hosise, ates tssed to good fassly rdGo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; SPORsTING INTELLIGENCE, .NEWMARtKET CRAVEN MEETING, YESTERDAY.. Nothing could be more enjoyable than the weather of the I openilng (lay's sport, and thle Craven Mfeeting at head quartersA1 might therefore he said to have comsoenced most asspsiciicl~tsy.A Th~psun shonle Subscribers-only content

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