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  • * British History Online * *

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    George III, June 1761, 01 June 1761-30 June 1761

    custody, to all charters regarding private rights, and other instruments therein mentioned, until a Lord Keeper is appointed. Both Lord Milnton and the Lord Advocate are of opinion it will answer very well the end proposed, and might have comprehended Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 September 1680-31 December 1681

    Sir Nicholas Millington , Francis, Customs Commissioner Mills , Alexander, vicar of St. Clement's, Sandwich Milne , Robert, of Barntoune Milnton (Milntoune) of Thornton (Thornetoune), New Thornton (Thornetoune) and Bandisleys, in the shirefdome of Kincardine Milton (Miltoun) Miltown , Milltoune, Subscribers-only content

    June 1657, An Act for Raising of Fifteen Thousand Pounds sterling in Scotland., 26 June 1657-26 June 1657

    of Marton, John Dunbarr of Mochdrum, William Gordon of Earleston, John Gordon of Rusco, Lenox of Kaly, John Maxwell of Milnton, William Gordon of Chimers, Sir Robert Maxwell of Orcharton, David Dunbar of Baldon, Alexander Stuart of Fisgil, James Dalrimpill

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 October 1760-31 December 1765

    Fields, merchant Milne , John, of Manchester, wireworker, invention one, information as to, applied for Milner , Mr., letter to Milnton , Lord Milton Abbas , parish of, licence to enclose highways in Joseph Lord created a Baron of Great Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, M

    Thomas, ii. 1439. Maxwell : , of Munches, ii. 1155, 1395. Sir George, of Nether-Pollok, ii. 1153, 1393. John, of Milnton, ii. 1155, 1395. Sir Patrick, of Newark, ii. 1154, 1393. Robert, Earl of Nithsdale, ii. 1148, 1338. Sir Robert,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    land a winner by a foot, Betting 5 to 4 on Benton. Mr. R. Fowler referce.-Following this RH Roberts, of Milnton, (a collier) appeared to walk a mile within 9 minutes, for a 9take of B10., and at once started Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pearsail, Richard, at UessEs. Chance's, Birmingham. Class 17.-Porcelain Earthonware, and other Fancy Pottery.-Silver medals: Arnoux, Lcon, superintendent and chemist, Meusrs. Milnton and Co, Stoke.on.Trent; Green, Harry, designer, Messrs, Ninton and Co., Stoke. on-Trent. Bronze medals: Eyre, George, Messrs. Cope. land Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .For~maiiderof &dles byj Alteisnt, &., bye Meffssr. Nkil2Wgds Wild i&rn, Thomas an~d Bettridge, BMore, anqd Sim, (7arke and Bar-rows, Lythall and Cla~rke, Hollow-ay;, eCoton, Huitelan gs, Clark-e, iHollis and Wiilker ; Oates, Perrens, and Wool- dridge ; Cauning mi-d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    committee, Air. J. S. Walker; hoe seec., Mr. J.0.Cook;. treasurer Mr. T. Godwire; judge andi clerk of ecalee, Mr. Fred. Milnton. The 1StIimRoRDsniitE Ss'AIrES (Handicap) of S sova each, with 80 added, About one mile and a half. 7 subs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIC NTOTICES. T n'l oAIMS BIGGS, FsMAYOR, AT 'rt,i,&j.017Af; 11iTElL, TEMIILrR OlTV, 0oq MONAY. TflE l(Tvr INOVEMB3SA1 INSTPANT. <Gentfitnien clesaiCus of Jolilti th~e ComrnS. il thsm of recoignitien Of thle Aaors. ah plIIii, services are respectfully In- fomdthat Ticlits,2i. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 June 1799, 18 June 1799

    of the Parifh of Weß Mark¬ ham and Milnton aforefaid: Provided that Nothing herein contained fhall extend to charge the faid Pro¬ prietors of Lands and Eftates in Weß Markham and Milnton aforefaid, further or otherwife than in refpect of Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1830, 27 April 1830

    E. Retford. Ashton under Line. E. Retford. London. E. Retford. Nottingham. East Retford. Chatres Exciseman. Muttersey. E. Retfofd. Sheffield. Ordsall. Milnton. E. Retford. Do. E. Markham. E. Retford. Ireland Liverpool. Manchester. London. E. Retford. Lincoln. Mansfield London. Clayworth. W.&apos;Retford. Gringley. Subscribers-only content

    24 June 1799, 24 June 1799

    aforefaid, as &quot; ariie from the Rights of Common &quot; of the Owners of Eftates of Wefi &quot; Markham and Milnton .aforefaid, &quot; thereon.&quot; Pr. 47. 1. 24- Leave out &quot; aforefaid Claim&quot; and infert &quot; Right and Intereft.&quot; 1. Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1799, 25 June 1799

    difcouraged from thofe &quot; of the Parifh of Weft Markham Undertakings which would afford Relief from the va- &quot; and Milnton aforefaid ; provided, rious Inconveniences now experienced ; and that the &quot; that nothing herein contained Petitioners have been Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1808, 24 February 1808

    County of Nottingham, was presented, and read ; setting forth, That there are in the Townships of West Markham and Milnton, otherwise Milton, in the said Parish, several Open Fields, Pastures, Commons, Commonable Lands, and Waste Grounds, which might be Subscribers-only content

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