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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, M, 01 March 1720-31 December 1721

    309, 656. Maine . See Massachusetts Bay. Malherbe , M. de., 501, 501 vii, viii. -, letter from, 501 xiii. Manesty , Sprig, Secretary, Victualling Office, letter from, 275 ii. -, -, letter to, 275 i. Marlborough , Duke of.

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

    Bacon, Robert Arris, Denzil Onslow, Thomas Reynolds, Thomas Beere, Commissioners, at 400 l. per an. each for varying periods; Sprig Manesty, secretary, and his clerks; Jeyes Seawell, cashier, and his clerks; John Bishop, Accomptant General, and his clerks; chief clerks,

    Index, M

    , Lady. See Foljambe, Troth. Manchester , co. Lancs, 126. Manesty (Manistie), Edward, member of Clare Hall, Cambridge, signs document containing opinions of Cambridge dons, 84(2). Manistie , Edward. See Manesty, Edward. Manners , Francis, of Belvoir, co. Leicester, later

    Declared Accounts, Navy, 01 January 1718-31 December 1718

    1717 and Michaelmas quarter 1718 800 l. ; Henry Vincent, another, half year to Xmas 1717 200 l. ; Sprigg Manesty, Secretary, Xmas quarter 1717 50 l. ; Jeyes Seawell, Cashier, and his clerks, named, same time 87 l. 10

    General Index, M, N, 27 July 1614-30 August 1616

    -, John, 79, 328 -, Mary, 28, 148 -, Matthew, 32 -, Nicholas, 32 -, Robert, 44, 328, 330 Manastie [Manesty ] , Robert, 136, 226, 232, 337 Manby , George, 237, 258 -, Nicholas, 161 Mane , Thomas, 46

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MANESTY, Sprig (d.1728), of Woodford, Essex.

    MANESTY, Sprig (d.1728), of Woodford, Essex. Constituency Dates Queenborough 1727 29 Sept. 1728 Ofifces Held Sec. board of victualling 1705-27; commr. of victualling 1727-d.; manager, Sun Fire Office 1725-d.; assistant, R. African Co. 1727-d. Biography Brought in on the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tie Address of the klturse, `o-te6d-on Friday lnst for collies of all the t'arartveaC aidtitlwtda, &c iheti,- vered into ids Manesty a bands by tbe lflart f Ch'sthanmb reid, tire to the Expedition to the bseeldn, wyhls wasa as foaloqws Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deprived of ell her tights. He thought it fit the country-shoul&d know, tlhat although Mettisters Itad promised to provide her Manesty with a house, with carringes, and witlh a service of plate, yet when site was paid the first instalment Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are upon him. With kindest remembrances to all the family, " I remain, yours affectionately, " To Mr G. King, Manesty lane, Liverpool.@' " J. KING. And this is the man who holds forth on the rights of property, anid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sleepers of Ephesus. By W. Francis Ainsworth.-The Highlands of .thiopioc-The Elliston Papers. (New Series.) By George eayrmond.-Our Libiary Table. JOHN MANESTY, THE LIVERPOOL MERCHANT. By the late WILLIAMO MAGaINrN, LL.D. Chap. XVIII.-Oias and Manesty.-The suspected merchat's indigna. rhoti and .alom. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dited by George Raymond. (Conciuded )-Oar Library Table. JOHN MANESTY, the LIVERPOOL MERCHANT. By the late WOLL5Ari MAOINE, LL.D. Chap XX. n which a new character appears on the scene.-XXI. H~ug~h Manesty' submnissionand its cosequonces-XX.II Hugh and Hay-h d aia Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    31 January 1721, 31 January 1722

    31° Januariu-—1° Februaril A. paying Customs, Subsidies, or Duties, on the importing hither any Goods, Wares, or Merchandizes, of the Growth, Produce, and Manufacture, of the said Islands: That, in consequence of those Privileges, no Officers of Customs are Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1793, 15 April 1793

    644 15° ^fpn'/w. ^. 1793. Report on Liverpool Petition. Appendix, N° 4- VATTTATION of Houses, Warehouses, and other Buildings, upon the Estate belonging to the Corporation of Liverpool, and leased out by them for Three Lives and Twenty-one Years. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 5 December 1809

    Malcolm William M. Hollifear Thomas G. Vilett Abm. John Crcspia - William Milton George Barker James Roguet - Rev. James Manesty William Jones - Samuel Winship S. M. Strech - George Coxe - J. P. Francis - Thomas Borrodale - Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 November 1820

    PENSIONS—continued. To Mr. Thos Fowler Seacole, formerly 2d Mate of the Ship Thos Grenville „ Joseph Manesty, son of the late Mr. Sam1 Manesty, of the Bombay CiviH Establishment, he being deprived of sight ------- - J the two Children Subscribers-only content

    Justices of peace. Return of all persons appointed to act as justices of the peace in each and every county in England and Wales., 1836

    Gosset Henry Hippesley John Hippeslej John Webster Huntley Frederick Joseph Hilliard Isaac Jesset, of Windsor Brackley Kennet John Liptrot .Charles Manesty William Marsh William Mills Deacon Morell Henry HartMHman Andrew Hughes Matthewes Thomas Neale Edward Neale John Nelson William Peters Subscribers-only content

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