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  • * British History Online * *

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    Langdale and Baisbrowne

    1 John Gregg 1 Tho: Dixon 1 Charles Milfield 2 Willm Dixon 1 John Harrison 1 Joseph Hudleston 1 John Milfield 1 Mich: Benson 2 The same 4 wald up Charles Milfield 1 John Walkere 2 Renald Walker 1 Willm

    Index, M

    465. Milan , 1413. Mildmay , Sir Walter, letter from, 185. -, -, letter to, 1463. -, -, 129, 1960. Milfield , 507. Mindrum , 657, 686. Minsuiger , Captain Jerome, 1781. Minto , Laird of, his lands ravaged, 123.

    Appendix: poor laws, 16 February 1831, 16 February 1831-16 February 1831

    in the Chair. John Grey Esquire is called in, and examined as follows: Where do you reside? At Milfield Hill , in Northumberland . Are you a Magistrate? I am, for the County of North Durham ; though I do


    read Finshead. 800, line 7, for Sir Edw. Kinaston read Edw. Kynaston. 815, line 10, for Milford and Copeland read Milfield and Coupland. 857, line 6, dele Hen. Cooke. 872, line 23, before Tilman add Whetenhall or Samuel. 881, line Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, November 1569, 02 November 1569-30 November 1569

    long nights visit them. Has caused the Laird of Nuton [Kirk Newton ] with the towns of Wooler, Langston, Coupland, Milfield, and others to trench and pare the banks of as many fords and comings in as may offend. In

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Shillington with Lower Stondon and Little Holwell

    the fifteenth to the seventeenth century; Bury Lotts, Plashe Brade, Church Pannell , 5 Chesill, Abbots Hedge, Colvers Croft , Milfield , the Pounds, and Aldwick Marsh , which are all found from the fourteenth to the eighteenth century. 6

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OLD BAILEY. MdURDER AT KENTISHI-TOWN. On Friday, Thomas Shuarpe was indieted 'for the wilhl nurder ofElizabeth Dobbins, at Milfiel,&lane, near Keatish. town, on the 4th day of October isstanti by beating lher brains out with a poker. James Dobbins Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rough-Hay, Colbourn's, Mathew's Corhyns Hall, Turley's Ladymoor, and other good brands frequently changed hands at our highest limit. Mrs. Gibbon's Milfield melters, Nos. 1 and 2, were in good request, and readily fetched £3. per ton cash. Sales were likewise Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the evidence tha6 on the night ofthe 25th nlt., as the 8.5 loop-line train frorn'Lun'tall to 2iormarot was approaching the Milfield Crossing, Longton, the engine-driver saw the accused lying acrs the outer metalsof theline upon which he was travelling. He Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the 19th inst, at COzrnowitz has been proved to have been due to Asiatic cholera. MA.Lr4, August 22-Tbe steamer Milfield, which arrived here to-day fromr Ibraila, reported six cases! of cholera on board. Two deaths from the disease had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    METHODIST NEW CONNEXION CON- FERENCE. The sixth day's sitting of the Methodist New Connexion Conference wvas held in Salem Church, Newcastle-on-Tyne on Saturday; the Rev. Geo. S. Hornby presiding. The Rev. Geo. Wheatley an- uounced that the following had Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 July 1807, 17 July 1807

    : Roads BiJi°fs With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for making and " maintaining Roads from Percy's Crofs to Milfield " Burn, and from Wooler to Bow/don Burn, in the " County of Northumberland;" to which they defire the Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1808, 10 May 1808

    an Act " paffed in the lafl Seffion of Parliament, for making " and maintaining Roads from Percy's Crofs to Milfield " Burn, and from Wooler to Bovjfdon Burn, in the " County of Northumberland ;" to which they defire Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    not employed until all the People of the County are taken up. What is the Township in which you live Milfield. Has the Population of that Township increased since the last Census, when it appeared to be 259 I should Subscribers-only content

    Index, 17 December 1807

    24 Mar. Committed, 13 Apr. Percy's Crofs; Petition for a Bill for making and maintaining a Road from thence to Milfield Bum, &c.; referred to a Com¬ mittee, 23 Feb. Reported; Bill ordered; 20 Pie- fented, and read, 23. Subscribers-only content

    Poor rate returns. An account of the money expended for the maintenance and relief of the poor in every parish, township or other place in England and Wales, for the five years ending 25th March 1825,..., 1830

    .... Coldsmouth andThompson's"! Wall Coupland Crookliouse Grey's Forest - Heath Fool Howtell - Killiam - Kirknewton La n ton - Milfield - Newton, West - Paston Selby's Forest - Yeavering -J £. ) 20,318/ 14,91° 2,403 i,43O 1,972 1,975 1,681 Subscribers-only content

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