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Found 233 matches across 4 resources.

  • * British History Online *

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    Declared Accounts, Navy, 01 December 1711-31 December 1712

    0 William Eastwick, doorkeeper 20 0 0 Edward Mould, ditto 20 0 0 Judith Maddocks, housekeeper 40 0 0 Elizabeth Moorfoot, employed on errands 20 0 0 Charles C sar, this Accomptant 2,000 0 0 Richard Burton, his Paymaster 500

    Declared Accounts, Navy

    Ticket Office; same time 20 0 0 Judith Maddocks, housekeeper to the Treasury Office; same time 40 0 0 Elizabeth Moorfoot, labourer at the Navy Office; same time 20 0 0 Charles C sar, this Accomptant, as Treasurer of the

    Declared Accounts, Navy, 01 January 1709-31 December 1709

    16 7 Thomas Apleby, his assistant 30 0 0 Elizabeth Champneys, housekeeper to the Navy Office 80 0 0 Elizabeth Moorfoot, to go on errands for said Office 20 0 0 34,684 8 6 Pensions to several Officers of ships

    Declared Accounts, 1704-5, Navy

    5 Edward Cole, clerk to the Secretaries of the Admiralty 60 0 0 Robert Crosfield ditto 70 0 0 Eliz. Moorfoot, helper at the Navy Office 20 0 0 Total of Salaries 29,824 0 2 Rewards for sundry signal services

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coldingharn to their termination at Soutra hill; Traprane Law, North Berwick Law, Gossport, Ninewar, Black Castle, Garle- ton, and the Moorfoot hills. In Linlithgowshire, Binny crags and Dichmont hills. In Fife there were Kelly Law, Largo Law, the west and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nroteooioeiit 3 yre, Counnicos Mucrray 4 yin, SWderenl S yco, Coraile S yin, Shuotrlii B yin, Iron Polio 5 ye-n, Moorfoot 4 ye-n, ltieiovtn -1 3 r, 3icrl yri 5 Touicisat S ync, Vincuntei :3 yrn,,Cleotolatn B; yin, Ithielorrecl5 dye, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jr Rtobert Pealk's establishmerat contains three thab are is in the Liverpool CUp, these being lihiddorroeb, Dltaxi- cI milian, and Moorfoot and, pierhaps the only one of these that will put in an appearanef is Rhidorrocb, whom the Si lussley Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7 11 Barley Sugar .. S 3 0. Sc JIsallos r.. 7m P Sunof Yoric 3 a 2 7S Et Moorfoot 4 7 2 Lady lyood 3 B 0 and ExRoutis .. .. 3 7 2 Glenesairn .. . 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 yrs, Fashion S yra, r La Jonchlre 0 yrs, Adventure 4 yrs, Rhidorroch o yrs, Mar 4 yre, 3 Moorfoot 6 yrs, Roehamplton oged, Jester aged, Whielit 4 yr6, Reterns 3 yes, Advance azed, Reveller 4 yrs, Loadstone 4 Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    How Edinburgh is governed: a handbook for citizens., 1891

    Rosebery and Edgelaw reservoirs were built entirely for giving compensation to the river South Esk, in whose watershed the entire Moorfoot works are situated. From Gladhouse a pipe runs direct to Alnwickhill. The average supply is between 7 and 8 Subscribers-only content

    How Edinburgh is governed: a handbook for citizens., 1891

    Rosebery and Edgelaw reservoirs were built entirely for giving compensation to the river South Esk, in whose watershed the entire Moorfoot works are situated. From Gladhouse a pipe runs direct to Alnwickhill. The average supply is between 7 and 8 Subscribers-only content

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