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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FRANKE, John (by 1493-c.1564), of Hastings, Suss.

    for the crown. He was probably the ‘Mr. Franke of Hastings’ for whom in 1536 John Thompson, master of the Maisondieu at Dover, sought a licence from Lord Lisle at Calais: Thompson had admitted Franke as a purveyor of items

    HANNINGTON, William (by 1530-1607), of Dover and Hougham Court, Kent.

    to Francis Everard. Five weeks later Hannington was appointed comptroller of customs and subsidies at Sandwich and keeper of the Maisondieu which was then being used to store victuals for the royal ships: he was to live rent free and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    REV. DAVID MACRAE AND THE U.P. SYNOD. HE REPLIES TO HIS CRITICS. "ECCLESIASTICAL TORIES AND CLERICAL BIGOTS." In connection with the decision of the Synod of the United Presbyterian Church with regard to his occupying pulpits of that denomination. Subscribers-only content

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    GLASGOW SHARE MARKET. | Caledonians, lift, I Metropolitan, 13 11-18 1 11-10 Edinburgh & Glasgow. 86} J Monkland Railway, 100 Glasgow and South Western | North British, 61} J '■ 1081 j South Eastern, »1 » G. W. Canada, Subscribers-only content

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    Kay's Tic Pills, a specific in Neuralgia, Faceache kc M. Is ljd . postage ld. Sold by Chemists, _ay Bros" Stockport. * PERTH. Scholastic. - Miss Lizzie Eruce, daughter of Mr R. Bruce, AV .lliamstown, St Martin's, and pupil Subscribers-only content

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    POISONED BY TOADSTOOLS Three boys named Lawrence, Oxford, aw Weatherley, all of Devonport, went out bin* berrying on Saturday, and were take* seriously ill next day. Lawrence died* y<* terday, and Oxford is in a critical state. « is Subscribers-only content

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    POLITICAL SUCCESS AND BUSINESS FAILURE. New York, Saturday (Reuter).-Mr Foster, late Secretary of Treasury, whose failure was announced yesterday, attributes bis position to devotion to politics aud neglect of business. The liabilities are $bOO,OOO. Subscribers-only content

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