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  • * British History Online * *

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    William and Mary, May 1690, 01 May 1690-31 May 1690

    Molyneux, of Ireland, William Gerrard, son of Sir William Gerrard, of Garswood, Lancashire, bart., Thomas Westby esquire, Robert Molyneux, of Mosborough, William Massey of Puddington, Cheshire, esquire, Christopher Carus of Halton, Lancashire, esquire, Richard Stanley, son of Thomas Stanley of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    clerk, neither of whom answered to his .:atlaons, in relation to the same case. '':- .lohn Grant, builder and contractor, Mosborough, ->. Id from his garden, on Monday morning, an ordi- :-c:: u-itroem (egaricais capizstrs.), measuring 241Min. o e'Crence, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it was stated that Captain Gordon was soie~vlnsa better.-Dtaly News. SurPosED INcENDIARISI BY A FARMnEa.-On Thursday, John Galley, farmer, of Mosborough, near Eckington, was apprehended on the charge of having wilfully fired his own stacks. On the previous Saturday night Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LA children. 'Accinirementes English, 'injsusie, &s .- Take entire charge and wardrob~i. 'Godd' 'adedlewonian. Good references.- Address, Y., Post Oftice, Mosborough, Chesterfdeld. c4100 _ ('OVX4RNESS )Nuesery).-1Wantbd, '9i 111aggI~e5t nti'tlc-- ' tion given in Engliub cod Uituio. Advertiscr is Atilling to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    manufacturer, Co 22, Oc t noheoter Fisher 0. A. and F., Batley, doffing plate manLoadturers, Oct. 23,Lds Fox E, jan., Mosborough, shopkeeper. Oat, 20, Chesterfeld Gidrnan J., rensaon, pallet maber, cet 22, Ithyt ostbarm 0., sitthavolisne, bUder, Oct. 20, sitingbaurne Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    K~elley, jlolllugssnd; widow. ,,Joseph EetohW~oedhou55, weas oyvergozpe by afte-darp,> and was taken houme n an insensible state. Subsequenlsy James Travis, Mosborough, was also suffering from after damup when he same out of the pit, but he recovered euflhcientiy to be Subscribers-only content

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