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  • * British History Online *

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    Corrigenda

    Corrigenda CORRIGENDA. p. 41, line 7. For Cathewood read Catherwood. p. 54, line 13. Insert Maryland in margin . p. 212, line 10. For Habershaw read Habersham. p. 229, line 31. For attiend read attend.

    America and West Indies, May 1691, 01 May 1691-31 May 1691

    Blakiston. Holograph . p. Fragment of seal en placard . Printed in Archives of Maryland , Vol.8, pp . 262 263. Enclosed : I. Representatives of Maryland to the King and Queen. Already calendared in Calendar of State Papers, Colonial

    America and West Indies, December 1692, 01 December 1692-31 December 1692

    America and West Indies December 1692 December 1692 Dec. 21 Maryland 56 . Governor Lionel Copley and the Council of Maryland to the Lords of Trade and Plantations. We have already given an account of the behaviour of Sir Thomas

    America and West Indies, Miscellaneous, 1689, 01 January 1689-31 December 1689

    Their discharge sought. p . Printed in Archives of Maryland , Vol.8, p .155. [C.O. 5/718 f .39 ] [1689 ] 33 . Address of the Protestants of Charles County in Maryland to the King and Queen. We congratulate your

    America and West Indies, July 1689, 01 July 1689-31 July 1689

    Declaration of the reasons for appearing in arms of the Protestants of Maryland. Already calendared in Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series , 1689 1692, No.290. Signed John Coode, Hen. Jowles, Jno. Cambell, Hum. Warren, Kenelm Cheseldyn, Jon. Turling, Nea.

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Ann Matthews

    Details Ann Matthews in religion Bernadine Teresa Xaveria of St Joseph Born 1732 in Maryland Died 1800 12 Jun in Maryland father Joseph Matthews mother Susanna Craycroft

    Susanna Matthews

    Details Susanna Matthews in religion Mary Eleanor of St Francis Xavier Born in Maryland Died 1807 28 Oct in Maryland mother Mary Neale father William Matthews

    Ann Teresa Matthews

    Details Ann Teresa Matthews in religion Mary Aloysia of the Blessed Trinity Born 1754 Died 1833 12 Nov in Maryland father William Matthews mother Mary Neale

    Clare Semmes

    Details Clare Semmes in religion Mary Ursula Born 1741 in Maryland Died 1820 7 May in New Hall, nr Chelmsford father Mr Joseph Milburn Semmes mother Rachel Prater brother Rev Joseph Semmes SJ

    Anne Boone

    Details Anne Boone in religion Anne Joseph Rose of Jesus Maria Born 1733 in Maryland Died 1811 27 Feb in Cocken Hall father John Boone mother Elizabeth Bevan

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iw hadeiladu; ,yr oedd ar dlodion Americanaidd eisiau addysg, ra''hoes symian E cvffelyb at sefydliadau addysg n Massachu- setts a Maryland. (ynygiodd y frenhines ei fiarwneiddio, cyfodwyd coFlolofn o hono yn y brif ddinos,' ac y mae pob dyn goleuedig Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    556; Iowa, 1,967; Kansas, 1,021; lie hefyd y mae un Cymro o liw (?) Kentucky, 547; Louisiana, 114; Maine, 279; Maryland, 994: MassachusettS, 576; Michigan, 558; Minnesota, 944; Mississippi, 25; Miseouri, 1,524; Nebraska, 220; Nevada, 301; New Haimphshire, 27; New Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'r egin a'r fftwythau. Ni chaniateir i efrvdwyr yn Oberlin College, Ohio Girard College, Philadelphia, a'r Naval College yn Annapolis, Maryland, ddefnyddio tybaco. Gwneir yrr- drech i wahardd tybaco ynWest Point a'r Cornell Uni- versity. Yn ol cyfrif manylaf y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vermont, bregethu again ail o I u bragethan o'r *mser y dechreno-ld. Pan ryddhawyd ctethion William J. 1Indv, Sonner. gee, Maryland, ar derfvniad y rkyfel, dywedodd n, I fyti iai iddo af byth dall cy'deog i neb am weithio. Aeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar r Ian afon hir gwrtblifol." Ni wnaeth sylw o enwan d New York N. Jersey, Pensylvania, Delaware, a n Maryland, oblegid fod eu hystyron yn ddealledig i'r y craff ns. Virginia. y Carolinas, a Georgia ydynt o darddisd brenhinol. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Biddlesden

    house in London , 8 and at about the same time he was distrained for scutage for his property in Maryland , but it was finally proved that none was really due. 9 In 1302 the abbey was taken under

    West Ham Introduction WEST HAM (SOUTH) AND EAST HAM (SOUTH), 1965

    had grown up on the forest side of the village, namely Maryland Point, on the Woodford Road , and the Gravel Pits on the Ilford Road . 35 Maryland Point is shown on a map of 1696. 36 The first

    Common lands

    to impound the burgesses' cattle when they strayed from neighbouring commons. 67 The abbot had also inclosed Oldgate field or Maryland outside East gate in 1364 , but the burgesses continued to demand that the land be thrown open, and

    West Ham Transport and postal services

    one of the original stations, 5 and by 1841 there was also a small station at Forest Gate . 6 Maryland station was opened by 1874 . 7 The line was electrified in 1949 . The Northern and Eastern line

    West Ham Domestic buildings

    1840 Stratford , Plaistow , and Upton maintained their separate identities. At Stratford large houses were to be found at Maryland Point, The Grove, The Green , and along Romford Road . Stratford House , The Grove , 'a substantial

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLADEN, Thomas (?1698-1780), of St. James's, Westminster.

    Ashburton 20 Feb 1735 1741 Ofifces Held Dep. gov. Maryland 10 Mar. 1742-25 Sept. 1746. Biography Born in Maryland, the son of a prominent local official,[footnote] Bladen disposed of his Maryland property on his father’s death. Brought into Parliament in

    CALVERT, Hon. Benedict Leonard (1679-1715), of Woodcote Park, Epsom, Surr.

    29 June 1714 1715 Ofifces Held Gov. Maryland 1684–9; ranger, Woodstock park 1699–1705. Ofifces Held Freeman, Harwich 1714. Biography The Calverts, barons Baltimore, a Roman Catholic family, were founders and hereditary proprietors of Maryland, where they resided in St. Mary’s

    BLAKISTON, Nathaniel (d.1722), of Black Callerton, Northumb. and Feltham, Mdx.

    Feltham, Mdx. Constituency Dates Mitchell 1715 Feb 1722 Ofifces Held Lt.-gov. Montserrat 1689-95; capt. 2 Ft. 1690; gov. Maryland 1698-1701; agent for Maryland in London 1701-5, for Virginia 1706-d. Ofifces Held Merchant adventurer of Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1698, hostman 1704. Biography The

    BUCK, John (1703-45), of Bideford, Devon.

    Biography Buck’s father, a considerable tobacco merchant in Bideford, trading with Virginia and Maryland, where he owned considerable plantations, was a justice of the peace from 1717 until his death in 1743.[footnote] Himself also a tobacco merchant and a shipowner,[footnote]

    DAINES, Sir William (c.1656-1724), of Bristol, Glos.

    DAINES, Sir William (c.1656-1724), of Bristol, Glos. Constituency Dates Bristol 1701 1710 Bristol 1715 1722 Ofifces Held Warden, society of Merchant Venturers of Bristol 1692-3, master 1698-1700; sheriff, Bristol 1694-5, mayor 1700-1. Biography A prominent Bristol merchant, trading to

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill for establishing a Method to bar Entails upon the Province of Maryland. , 11 June 1752

    f J^ 5/ <i.s «*'! jU^^^JP^^ --44S -*N/aN «$» -/. A BILL FOR 52 *> «a> t© ./?&» z^wz ^ Prwmc<? ^Maryland. JPEteajS his late Majefty King CAirAr the Firft, by his Letters Patent under the Great Seal, bearing Subscribers-only content

    20 December 1695, 20 December 1695

    Houfe, to give an Account, whether, as " the Law now {lands, there be a fufficient " Power, in Carolina, Maryland, Penfilvania, " and other Plantations where there are Pro- " prietors, to colleft the King's Duty there; " and Subscribers-only content

    24 May 1698, 24 May 1698

    Inftant May, at Eleven of the Clock. Upon reading the Petition of the Planters of Vir- Virginia and ginia and Maryland; praying, « That they may be&Ä " heard, before the paffing of the Bill, intituled, An heard <( AB. Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1698, 10 June 1698

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A 1698, P1 rcadin8 ilie Petition of Cavendiß Weeden Efquire ; praying to be heard, in relation to the Bill, intituled, " An Act for the further Relief of Creditors, " and for Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1698, 16 June 1698

    lecla eß Billa, intituled, " An AB. for enabling Humphry Trafford Efquire to raife FourBlll> giving Leave to the Ship Maryland, of Brifioll, to " Thoufand Pounds upon his Eftate, for Payment of his Bill. " arrive, and import her Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge No. 1, Maryland

    No. 1, Maryland (0) Lodge Details Serial Number: 629 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1765 Warrant of Constitution: 8 Aug. 1765. Constituted, 21 Nov. 1765. Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 0 Lodge

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 08/06/1744

    Perkins ; that he served his Time with one John Boyd , in the North Branch of Puttuxent River in Maryland , and had lived 25 Years in the Country, (for there was one John Perkins who had served his

    Ordinary's Account, ./.1/7544

    at length, the point being decided, Wilson received sentence of transportation; and, in pursuance of that sentence. was transported to Maryland . He was no sooner got into banishment, than his mind was set upon contriving how he should return,

    Ordinary's Account, 28/07/1755

    and being found guilty, was sentenced to seven years banishment; and accordingly was soon after transported to Maryland , where he continued his appointed time. How, or in what manner, he behaved during his exile is not known; however, we

    Ordinary's Account, 14/03/1722

    being accordingly sold in Maryland , he suffered no less than before, at a publick House, chiefly from Sickness, the Country he said being Moorish and watery, and inclining to Agues; and also being often in fear of Pyratical Plunderers;

    Ordinary's Account, 03/03/1737

    he went upon the old Course, and was taken up, convicted and transported; but George not loving the Air of Maryland , though he was sent off well provided of every Thing, yet he longed to return to his Companions

 

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