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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Schools Christ's College, Finchley

    University College (see p. 357). Centenary Book of Christ 's College , ed. A. T. Milne , 1-5. Ibid. 6-10; H. W. Nevinson , Changes and Chances , 20-24. Centenary Bk ., ed. Milne , 11-34. Ex inf. the headmaster.

    Schools Enfield Grammar School

    poor-a proceeding which reduced the parish rate but did nothing for the school. 88 The next master, the Revd. John Milne ( 1791- 1831 ), was successful during the first half of his long headmastership. There were about 110 boys,

    Corpus Christi College

    and J. G. Milne , The Early History of Corpus Christi College , 1946. The deed is given by Fowler , pp. 60-2. Milne , p. 15, makes suggestions. Fowler , p. 57. Ibid., p. 380. Milne , p. 10.

    West Twyford Introduction

    1920 edn.); Milne , Land Use Map of Lond . ( 1800 ). V.C.H. Mdx . iv. 198. Bodl. MS. D.D. All Souls c 123/44. J. Rocque, Ma p of Lond . ( 1746 ), sheets 13-14; Milne , Land

    Witney borough Economic history: economic life 1500 to 1800 36. Seal of the Witney Blanket Company .

    markets and tolls nevertheless remained low: below (mkts and fairs). Witney Ct. Bks . pp. liv-lviii; above, intro. (pop.); below. Milne , Oxon . Tokens , pp. ix-xi, xii, 17-20, 45-8; below (other trades). Witney Ct. Bks . pp. lxix-lxx.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyfrif am danynt pa le yr oedd wedi eu cael; aed ag ef i'r ddalfa, pan y cymerodd yr Arolygydd Milne golomen allan, ac a ty rwymodd ddarn o linyn *vrth ei choes, gyda phapyr Br wedi ei glymu wrtho, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Derbyniwyd y telegram canlynol yn Swyddfa y Morlys oddiwrth y llyngesydd Syr A. Milne, a Cape Finisterre ; Medi 7fed:- " Mae'n ofidus genyf fod o dan yr angenrheidrwydd o anfon newyddion galarus. Rhaid fod cad-lone ei Mawrhydi, y " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Davies, ZSdlicitors, Dolgelley, MRessrs p5[oiwelr:'&. :organ, Solicitors, Mechynlleth,, Mr. Stevens, Surveyor, 88,.: 'Mosley-street, Manchester, or'Messrs. EEarle,' Sorr,''. :Orford, Earle and Milne, Solicitors, 4, Brown'-street, Manchester.;, : _ME1RIPNETH#SRE. DOLGELLEY. PR KMHOLD HO US ES i 0 .:°TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dwyllo, y awmr y annbraethol o 5600p., v rbai a drosglwyddwyd iPw of al 0 fel yrddiriedolwr i Mrs. Matlda Milne, Rock Ferry. 9 Gadawyd Mrs. MilE.e yn wraig heddw ggda cbwech 0 L blantyny flwyddyn 1872. Gohiriwyd yr schos Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 21st day of April, 1S81, to send by post, prepaid, to Mr. Alexander Milne, of Kendal, Westmoreland, a member of the firm of Harrison & Milne, of the same place, the solicitors for the Defendant John Clement Davies, the Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 1 Bridge Ward without. Bridgehouse.

    duo Molendina per Custodem Pont is London . Scil. unum Molendinum aquaticum, quod vocatur Sayenes Milne ; & aliud molendinum Fullonicum, quod vocatur Spilemans Milne . Quæ duo; molendina Custos Pontis, London nunc tenet. De quibus molendinis descendunt tres cursus

    Book 1, Chapter 9 Orders for the THAMES.

    viz. Mill Damms , Locks, and such like. Goose Fleet at Busherd. Well Fleet , at the Mase. St. Saviour's Milne by West. Baits prohibited. White Bait at Gowlch, or Bloud Bag. ] CHAP, The Certificate of the Trinity House

    Book 5, Chapter 31 [Orders for the Poor] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Rogues taken.]

    examined together all the above-said Seventy Four Rogues, and gave them substantial Payment. And the strongest they bestowed in the Milne and the Lighters; the rest were dismist, with a promise of double Payment, if they were met with again.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, June 1594, 01 June 1594-30 June 1594

    unserviceable. Against the Cowgate, in same charge. 1 iron "bumberde," weight 900 lb . In the north part of the "Milne" mount in same charge. Brass ordnance. 1 demi-cannon; 1 demi-culverin; 2 falconets. In the the north flanker of same Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the accounts, 1607-41

    Quentance for ane throcht stane to wmquhill maister Johnne Cowper his buriall, iiij li. August 15. Item, gifin to Cathrein Milne and Cathrein Scot for wyne and aill furnist be thame to the clengeris vpone the pest, iiij li. vjs

    Affairs of the East India Company, Index to the principal matters detailed in the evidence: A-J

    received in Payment for Tea, Milne, 645. - Rat e of Interest on Money in, higher than in this Country, Bates, 558. - whether Rate of Insurance in, is higher than in this Country, Milne, 645. American China Trade, as

    Papers, 1841-2

    an honest one) as to his being the most fit the only other party of whom he has thought was Milne the editor of the Nonconformist. Taylor has some recollections of Blacks neglects etc. more especially in the Craven St

    Selside and Whitwell

    messuages or tenements and 100 a. land in Bethome, Patton and Lupton; a moiety of a corn mill called "Heron Milne" in Haverbracke, parish of Bethome; a water mill in Patton; 3 messuages or tenements and 40 a. land in

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 January 1767, 16 January 1767

    Mercurii, vicefimum primum diem inftantis Januarii, hora undeci- ma Auroras, Dominis fie decernentibus. * Origin, or. agiinftE. of Panmure and Milne i The Houfe being moved, " That a Day may be ap- " pointed, for hearing the Caufe wherein Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1770, 11 April 1770

    Appeal of L. Falconar William Lord Falconar of Halkerton, Thomas Carnegie of sconf o Cragie, Robert Scott of Logie formerly Milne of Hat- Appeal. ton, Robert Tailyour of Kirktonhill, and others, Pro¬ prietors of Salmon Fifhings on the River of Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1772, 31 January 1772

    upon the1 Crofs Appeal of William Lord Falconar of Halkerton, Thomas Carnegie of Craigie, Robert Scott of Logie, for¬ merly Milne of Hatton, Robert Tailyour of Kirktonhillt and others, Proprietors of Salmon Fifhings on the River of Northejk ; complaining Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1789, 18 May 1789

    " figned upon the Writ of Error, wherein His Majefty's " Advocate General for Scotland is Plaintiff, and John " Milne Defendant, ex-parte, the Defendant in Error " not having put in his Replication agreeable to their " Lordfhips Order Subscribers-only content

    22 June 1789, 22 June 1789

    the Errors argued, affigned upon the Writ of Error, wherein His Majefty's Advocate General for Scotland is Plaintiff, and John Milne is Defendant, which ftands appointed for To¬ morrow, be put off to luefday the 30th of this Inftant June. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MILNE, Patrick (d.1820), of Crimonmogate, Aberdeen.

    MILNE, Patrick (d.1820), of Crimonmogate, Aberdeen. Constituency Dates Elgin Burghs 1812 291818 Biography Milne’s father was a partner in the Porthill linen manufacturing firm which failed in 1763, and bought an estate near Fraserburgh. Milne, whose younger brother Alexander predeceased

    MILNE, Sir David (1763-1845), of Inveresk, Edinburgh

    he had two sons, the advocate and founder of the Scottish Meteorological Society David Milne Home (1805-90) and Admiral Sir Alexander Milne (1806-96). From 1811-15 Milne commanded vessels in European and North American waters. He was ordered, as commander designate

    ST. PAUL, Henry Heneage (1777-1820), of Ewart Park, Belford, Northumb.

    ST. PAUL, Henry Heneage (1777-1820), of Ewart Park, Belford, Northumb. Constituency Dates Berwick-upon-Tweed 1812 1820 Berwick-upon-Tweed 13 July 1820 1 Nov. 1820 Ofifces Held Ensign 60 Ft. 1802; lt. 96 Ft. 1803, half-pay 1803; lt. 78 Ft. 1804, capt.

 

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