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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1723

    Act of Assembly made to that effect. XI. Sess. 12, May 21, 1723. Act anent Mr Gabriel Wilson, Minister at Maxton, his Sermon, preached before the Synod of Merse and Teviotdale. The General Assembly having had under consideration a reference

    Cases before the Committee, November 1651, 01 November 1651-30 November 1651

    to Ant. Maxton in 208 l ., for payment of 104 l ., in 6 months; but Maxton died a convicted delinquent, and his widow and administratrix threatened to sue upon the bond, whereupon Hen. Jackson, servant to Maxton, and Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 10, 28 March 1648, 28 March 1648-28 March 1648

    the Rectory of Middleton in Tesdale , in the County of Duresme , void by the Death of Mr. Anth. Maxton , the last Incumbent there; salvo Jure cujuscunque : Great Seal. and Flovd to Woodford. Ordered, That Dr. Heath

    Henry VIII, November 1544, 16-20, 01 November 1544-30 November 1544

    down, & c. Sir Ralph Evre ' s letters, 5 Nov. The Middle Marches burnt Lassedon belonging to Lord James, Maxton belonging to David Litleton and Langnewton belonging to the laird of Gradon, took prisoner David Litleton ' s son

    General Index, M, 29 May 1660-31 May 1661

    of Maunser , John Maurice , Prince Palatine of the Rhine Mavon , alias Mavonion Mawer (minister) Maxston , Ant Maxton Maxwell , Jas., late Earl of Dirleton Maxwell , Jas Capt. John, petition of May , Baptist Hugh, paymaster Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Offord Cluny

    Offord, King's clerk, who was proctor of the abbot and fermor of the manors of Offord Cluny , Tiksore and Maxton . 12 In 1342 the lands of the abbey of Cluny were in the king's hands by reason of

    Corrigenda to volumes I-III

    'the shield.' " " 304, line 47 b, for 'north' read 'south.' " " 320, line 10 a, for ' Maxton ' read ' Manton .' " " 331, line 47 a, after 'window' read semicolon for comma . "

    Domesday Book 1875-1985

    Brit. Agric.: the principles of future policy ( 1938 ), 101. Regional Types of Brit. Agric . ed. J. P. Maxton ( 1936 ), 218; Howell , Salop . 231-2. Hall, Pilgrimage of Brit. Farming , 215; W. E. Bear

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 November 1783, 17 November 1783

    off. Piimley againft Bowles. Writ of Error non- pros'd with Colls. Frafer and Maxton againft Walfh et al. " fhip between His Majefty and the Moft Chriftian in Piz'/zfozzgzS, of the due Service of the faid Order being " King, Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1784, 9 February 1784

    Petition of S/zzzozz Pra/Yr Efquire, and JoZ>zz Ma«/ozz, Frafer and Appellants in a Caufe depending in this Houfe, to which Maxton Jo/jzz Waz/zY Efquire, and others, are Refpondents, which agamftWalfi* ftands appointed for hearing, was prefented and read ; fetting Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1828, 11 February 1828

    Thomas Wilson, residing at " Devon Iron Works ; James Donaldson, Clerk there; " James Bald Maxton, Son of the said Reverend James " Maxton, and his said Father as his Administrator in " Law; John Mitchell Mowbray, Son of Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1833, 2 April 1833

    Bowden, County of Roxburgh, North Bri¬ tain, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Maxton: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Parish of Maxton, County of Roxburgh, North Bri¬ tain, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Jedburgh Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    Avening; Long Sutton ; Rye ; Oundle ; Hanley and Shelton ; Minto ; Morebattle; Crail- in<'; Melrose; Bedrule; Bowden; Maxton; Jedburgh; St. Boswells ; Hopkirk ; Roberton ; Oxnam; Eckford ; Lilliesleaf; Southdean ; Hownam; Ashkirk; Cavers ; Kirk- Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ROBINSON, Charles (c.1732-1807), of Maxton, nr. Dover, Kent

    (c.1732-1807), of Maxton, nr. Dover, Kent Constituency Dates Canterbury 1780 1790 Ofifces Held Recorder, Canterbury 1763, Hythe, New Romney and Sandwich 1766, Dover 1770; bankruptcy commr. 1766-92. Biography Robinson as a boy served in the Royal Navy, but left to

    ALKHAM, John (1354-c.1433), of Dover, Kent.

    1398 to seize and value his remaining lands for Oxney’s benefit. By then he was holding only the manor of Maxton in Hougham, worth six marks a year, and land at Buckland worth 24s. a year. These were duly delivered

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near St Boswell's. As the train from Edinburgh to Kelso was pro- ceeding between Newtown and Maxton, the carriages eight in number, including the guard's break-van, left the rails, and the last six broke their couplings from the others, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ......... 3 0 CIVIL ENGINEiCRING (Law and Clark) .................. . 6 6 PIONEER ENGINEERING (Dobson) ......................... 4 6 ENGINEERING DRAWING (Maxton) ......................3 6 COAL AND COAL MINING (Smyth) ............,....... .6 LAND IND ENGINEERING SlURVEYING laker) ..... 2 0 S1TBTERRAEOUS SURVEYING Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    truer account of the transaction, the readers of " N. and Q." will doubtless be glad to hear It The Maxton was exchanged- by Mr. Daniel with'a book- seller for another or other works. He set no value on it. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grand Jury- Rom, Moor 806e4. Mr. Barker, chairman, presided, and the -other' members present were-The Mayor, Aldernienv Maxton, Holland, and BrInsley; CoWinlors Deykl, Roerdok, Thomo Morley, Webster, eaid Taylor; with Mr. Gloesop, chief- superintendent; and Mr. Plokard, clerk. - OonNCrES Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    firms of shipowners throughout the country were the following: -Messrs. Donald Currio, London ; WY. H. Tindall, Lon- don ; Maxton, J. Currie, Leith ; A. Holt, Liverpool; J. Neill, Greenock ; Hendersons, Glasgow ; Colonel Hill Cardiff ; Messrs. Subscribers-only content

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