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    Entry Book, October 1679, 1-10, 01 October 1679-31 October 1679

    General of Customs at Antigua loco William Thomas, who declines the employment. Robert (corrected to) Richard Todd as waiter at Manningtree loco Henry Hayes, deceased. Report to the King from the Treasury Lords on the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland's report

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

    Fras., letters of letter to Capt. Col. Manners , Cicely, Countess Dowager of Rutland Anne, Lady Roos Manning , Capt. Manningtree Manselli , Simon, warrant for Manufactures Manuscripts Many , cornet, commission for Manyng , Rich., certificate by Maplesden , Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Books and Papers, August 1732, 01 August 1732-29 August 1732

    Music Academy as His Majesty's bounty for the opera the last season. Michael Hind to be waiter and searcher at Manningtree, Harwich port, loco Bryan Knowles, deceased. Order for directions to the Auditor of the Exchequer to prepare with all

    George III, April 1772, 01 April 1772-30 April 1772

    were very unpleasant, but that he couldn't say he thought them very tremendous. The mob did no great mischief at Manningtree, or the "Thon," where they had been on the previous Monday. He proposed going to Mistley on the morrow. Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, January 1687, 16-31, 16 January 1687-28 January 1687

    Carter, lately dismissed. Richard Todd (waiter and searcher at Manningtree in Ipswich port) as tidesurveyor at Harwich loco . Thomas Weston, who relinquishes same. Nicholas Woolverton as waiter and searcher at Manningtree loco . said Todd. Joseph Bowles as same

    Treasury Books and Papers, May 1729, 03 May 1729-31 May 1729

    a substantial wall against Manningtree water. The cliff above the marshes has been washing away for years, and if nothing is done the town will in a few years be an island, the Harwich water and Manningtree water being within

    Entry Book, July 1691, 21-31, 01 July 1691-31 July 1691

    tidesman in Lynn Regis port loco William Fortescue, who left the employment. John Pearse as waiter and searcher at Manestree [Manningtree ] in Ipswich port loco Thomas Booth, who relinquishes the employment. Out Letters ( Customs ) XII, p. 321.

    General Index, M, 01 January 1627-29 February 1628

    wapentake, co. Lincoln Mann , widow Manners , Dorothy Fras., Earl of Rutland Henry Manning , Thomas Mannington , Ambrose Manningtree Manowrye , Mansell , Dr., Master of Queen's College, Cambridge, letter to Sir Robt. Solomon. Mansfeldt , Count Mansfield Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Book, May 1710, 11-20, 01 May 1710-31 May 1710

    the Customs Commissioners for an additional allowance of 10 l . per an. to John Pearce, waiter and searcher at Manningtree, on the Establishment of the port of Harwich, he having only 20 l . per an. salary and 10

    Warrant Books, January 1714, 1-10, 01 January 1714-10 January 1714

    debt: as appears by the Customs Commissioners report prefixed. David Rushton (waiter and searcher at Harwich) to be ditto at Manningtree in that port loco John Pearce, who is superannuated. John Cross as waiter at Harwich. William Collier as waiter

    Warrants for Minor Appointments, 1732, 05 January 1732-28 December 1732

    and examiner of tobacco inwards and outwards, London port; Edward Mann to take Slingsby's place; Bryan Knowles, waiter and searcher, Manningtree, Harwich port, loco Richard Bully, dismissed. Customs Book XIII. p. 307. June 26 Royal sign manual by the Queen.

    Charles I - volume 61, April 23-30, 1627, 23 April 1627-30 April 1627

    and ran away; hope that most of them will be brought back. Some of the revolted Norfolk men are at Manningtree. Have sent to them, promising them their pay. Beg instructions as to punishing the mutineers, and making up the Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 218, June 1-21, 1632, 01 June 1632-21 June 1632

    by order of the Bishop. The inquiry principally affected their conformity. The places referred to are Rochford, Dedham, Wetherfield, Felstead, Manningtree, Walden, Finchingfield, Colchester, Copford, Birch Magna, Chelmsford, and Much Waltham. Some cases of omission of the surplice in reading Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 April 1631-31 March 1633

    Silver Street, London Manners , Francis, Earl of Rutland letter of funeral of Manners , Sir George Roger, letter of Manningtree , Essex Mansbridge , hundred, Hants Mansell , Sir Anthony, Sheriff co. Glamorgan, letter of Sir Robert, Lieutenant of Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 276, October 20-31, 1634, 20 October 1634-31 October 1634

    Goodmen in the same towns, boroughs, and members of the same, and in the towns of Woodbridge, Walberswick, Lowestoft, Gorleston, Manningtree, and Burnham, and in all other towns and maritime places between [ sic ] the town of Burnham and Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 May 1634-31 March 1635

    of, see Montagu, Henry. Manheim Manley , co. Lincoln, division Manners , George, Earl of Rutland Manning , James, M.A. Manningtree , Essex, writ to for ship money Mannock , Sir Francis Mary, his wife Manor House , Lambeth Mansell Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 December 1637-31 August 1638

    of, co. Lancaster Manering , Edward, letter to Manley , Sir Richard Manners , Lady Manning , Edward, grant to Manningtree , Essex Mansbridge , Hants, hundred Mansell , Sir Robert, lieutenant of the Admiralty warrant for payment to Mansergh Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 April 1639-30 September 1639

    , Earl of, see Montague, Henry. Manfield , Elizabeth Maning , Edmund, petition of Manners , George, Earl of Rutland Manningtree , Essex Mannock , Sir Francis Lady Mary Mansell , Sir Robert, his house at Greenwich, document dated from Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 April 1667-31 October 1667

    at, warden of Earl of, see Montague. Mandeville , Lord, see Montague. Manley , Rich. Manning , Capt. privateer of Manningtree Mansel , Christ. examination of letter of petition of Mapletoft , Dr. Rob., grant to Maps , mention of Subscribers-only content

    General Index, E, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    Easton, Great Sampford, Great Tey, Great Warley, Greenstead, Ham, Hanvill (? Haverhill), Havering, Littlebury, Longhton, Low Leyton or Leytonstone, Malden, Manningtree, Margaretting parish, Marks Tey, Nether Chishall, North Weald, Piddleworth, Prittlewell, Rayne, Ridgewell, Romford, Sible Hedingham, South Weald, Stapleford Abbot, Subscribers-only content

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