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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, M, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    bp. of, one of the Council of Ireland, signature of. I. 541, 550-3, 636 (5), 721. Meaton Magna , Salop. I. g. 981 (53). Meaton Parva , Salop. I. g. 981 (53). Meaux (Melsa, Meux. Muse) abbey (supp.). in Holderness,

    Henry VIII, July 1543, 26-31, 01 July 1543-31 July 1543

    the manor and tenement of Meaton Magna and Meaton Parva in Kinlett parish, Salop, which belonged to Major Malverne priory, and all appurtenances of the premises in Lylleshull, Hunnyngton alias Hemyngton, Muxton, Donyngton, Meaton Magna, Meaton Parva, and Kyndlett, Salop,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    victualler. [Dobio- son, Gray's inn square. F. Wore, Hollinwood, Lancashire, commi'iarn agent [Spiok, John str, et, Bedford rosw. J. Wilson, Meaton Norris, Lancashire, core deiler. [Scott and Bennett, Lincoln's inn helds. S. Fax. Manche ter, corn dealer. [Bower and Bacl, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HI gue, Richlmond, Surrey schoolmist'es. J. D .es, lKiigsutton, Nort. amptonshirc, feltmonger. J. lerlch, Birminghamn, ittorney and soliciter. T. ifrk.lrn', Meaton Notria. Lanc thire, dealer in provisisa. Ii liat, Graiesend, supplier of live and dead stock to shippiong. T. W Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from Alexandria. On the 19th of March, the force under Sir John Cheape captured the stronghold of the robber chief Meaton, near Donabew, after four hours' obstinate fighting, in which 102 rank and file were killed and wounded. Nothing eas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    27. Our troops in Burmah are in a state of siege, and the country in possession of the followers of Meaton and other chiefs of equal rank, who give out that they are acting under the authority of the King Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7t4h. In the Grounds of Joeeph B1vrow, Esq q Poplar Grove, near Yardley Village. t the kind peroleolion of LieutGoclonel Meaton, the DRUM and P17101 BAND of thboe BiringrhaiHlaCorps wiit ho in kttendance. Open at Two o'lock. Trairsv.ll leave New Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 May 1813, 10 May 1813

    grossed. Forty-one Petitions—of Inhabitants of Chester, Taun- Petitions for ton, Wellington, Maidstone, Barnsley, Batley Morley and promulgating Churiaell, Heckmondwicke, Cleck Meaton, Newark-upon- '^"8^ Trent, New Windsor, Nottingham, Lowestoft, Woolwich, Deptford, Skeerness, Sittingbourne, Margate, Folkestone, Knaresborough, Musselburgh, Dalkeith, Canterbury, Gloucester, Wolverhampton, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 1 November 1813

    of the Pariih of Bradford; 7. Of Inhabitants of Chefter, Taunton, Wellington, Maidftone, Bariifley, Batley Morley and Churwell, Heckmondwicke, Cleck Meaton, Newark-upon- Trent, New Windfor, Nottingham, Loweftoft, Woolwich, Deptford, Sheernefs, Sittingbourne, Margate, Folkeftone, Knarelborougl^Muffelburgt^DalkeitfyCanterbuiyjGloucefter, Wolverhampton, Lincoln, Bread gar, and Bilftone Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 3 February 1818

    Marlborough & Co. Mitchell - - _ Meux & Co. - - Mantell Ar Co. Meux to: Co, - - Meaton - - - Mattam - - - Robert William Need ham Newman - Joseph - John - - Luke Subscribers-only content

    Papers relating to Queen Anne's bounty, and to parliamentary grants, for the augmentation of the maintenance of the poor clergy: 1703--1815., 1814

    to the [ 'last Returns iii 1808 & 9; and Supplements. C. Ihislingtoh - C. II awes (J. Meapy C. Meaton Norris C. I ley wood - C. Ilindlcy C. llolcomb C. Holland - - - - C. I-iollingwood, alias Subscribers-only content

    I. Public works and buildings. Estimates, &c. civil services. For the year ending 31 March 1856., 1854

    John Biffin, Samuel • Bolingbroke, M. flradshaw, Scott Clyma, Mary - Dyctt, Mary Haycook, Robert Hloks,T. - Jones, He, nry Meaton, Wm. Morrington, J. Parker, C. Parker, James Read, Marg. Roaoh, Thos, Sounders, William Stolt, Robt. Wade, James - • Subscribers-only content

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