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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ALCOTE, John, of Strood and Rochester, Kent.

    messuage in Strood, at no further a distance from Rochester than the length of the bridge across the Medway. Nevertheless, he was counted as a 'stranger' to the city because he had not been born there; and in order to

    POPE, Peter, of Strood, Kent.

    Pope was acting as a feoffee of property in Strood (across the Medway from Rochester), and as ‘of Strood’ he obtained a royal pardon for unspecified offences in the following year, on 16 May. Nevertheless, he is probably to be

    PETT, Peter (1610-c.1672), of Chatham, Kent.

    1657, Jan. 1660-3; navy commr. Chatham 1648-67; j.p. Kent by 1649-67, Surr. 1652-?59; commr. for scandalous ministers, Kent 1654, sewers, Medway marshes Dec. 1660. Ofifces Held FRS 1663 Biography Pett’s family had dominated the naval shipyards since Tudor times. He

    POTAGER, John (d.c.1456), of Rochester, Kent.

    abbess and convent of Denney, Cambridgeshire, granted Potager a lease on a house and wharf on the bank of the Medway for 70 years, at an annual rent of 8s.8d. As a feoffee of five tenements in St. Clement’s parish,

    MURRAY, George (1741-97), of Pitkeathly, Perth.

    1796 Ofifces Held Entered RN 1758, lt. 1762, cdr. 1765, capt. 1768; c.-in-c. Medway 1792-3; r.-adm. 1794; c.-in-c. Halifax 1794-6; v.-adm. 1795. Biography Murray, brother of the 3rd and uncle of the 4th Duke of Atholl, served in the East

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TAITH I GRINDELWALD. GAN Y PARcH. E. GRIuFFITHS MEIFOD. Fel y gwyr Ilawer o'ch darllenwyr, y mae nifer liosog yn myned bob haf ir lie uchod, yn Switzer- land. Y mae gwr yn Llundain, o'r enw Dr. Lunn, yn Subscribers-only content

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    crew, bat 'were not ablb to save one of then,: the sufferers were four in numiptr. On-Tuesday week, at the Medway Navigation Lock, near Mlaidstone, a barge laden with stone was in the act of having its freigbt weighed, when Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Prince Frederick 74 . Norfolk. 'Fuen ............... 74 .. ; Bengal Oden ................ 74 . Oden. Three Crowns .......... 74 Medway. Skioid. ................ 7_4 - y. 5mr Skiold . 74 .~~~~~~Somerset, Crown Princeis Maria.. .' 14' Torbay. fDaneemark ..... . Subscribers-only content

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    perpet rator h but rvltIsi~t-elect. Agos, r38C0y.ischawggd, sns fotind in a ditch about 40 roodi from he hotse near the Medway, from witich it iopWesnmed tt she villain i escaped by w*,ater. . The deceased tyan a Wisvl werand hIedre Subscribers-only content

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    . Me- lancholy catastrophe arising from gaming, 95.. Destruction of St. Joho's, Newfoundland, 224.. Upsetting of a boat in the Medway, 608.. Frequont street robberies, 63 .. Tragic death of two lovers 768.. Death of a man in St. Giles's Subscribers-only content

 

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