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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, M, 01 January 1669-31 December 1674

    Munuqs , Sieur, 1153. I. Murray , Sir Robt., p. 247, 887, p. 426, 1066. Murrow , John, p. 100. Murthwaite , Thos., 934. Muscovados , see Sugar. Muskati Bay (Nevis), pp. 445 6. Muskets , 1040, 1148, 1182. -,

    Parishes (East Ward), St Michael, Brough

    1 Willm: Thompson 1 Tho: Wastell 1 Leo Hopps 1 John Coates 1 James Hopps 1 Michael Hopps 1 Willm: Murthwaite 1 James Ubanke 1 Geo. Futhergill 1 Willm: Waller 1 Willm: Airey 1 John Dickinson 1 Roger Ubanke 1

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, 12-22 Charles II (1660-72)

    Georgius Holt, bricklayer Johannes Browne, glover John Walker, laborer Timothy Turner, clothier Ricardus Walden, cowper Johannes Baxter Rowlandus Betson Henricus Murthwaite, mercer Georgius Greene, cowper Johannes Hurst, milloner Andrew Robinson William Robinson, bricklayer Johannes Waide Georgius Craven, butcher Benjamin Ickeringill,

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, Temp. William & Mary (1689-94)

    Kirby, fil. Seth Kirby, marriner Willelmus Williamson, fil. Johannis Williamson, goldsmith Jacobus Hamond, fil. Jacobi Hamond, stapler Thomas Murthwaite, fil. Willelmi Murthwaite, marriner Franciscus Cundall, fil . Roberti Cundall, joyner Johannes Hutchinson, fil. Thom Hutchinson, taylor Willelmus Ripley, fil. Willelmi

    Index, K-P

    136; Will. 165. See Morfitt Murgatroyd , Murgetroyd, Ben. 211, 254, 276; Joh. 190; Jonas, 205; Jos. 183; Rob. 254 Murthwaite , Hen. 137; Tho. 175; Will. 175 Murton , Humf. 62; Jac. 100, 188; Joh. 84, 86, 134, 148,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 June 1784, 11 June 1784

    diem inftantis Junii, hora undecima Aurora, Dominis fie decernentibus. PFz7Z/azzz JoZzz7/Zozz is Plaintiff, and Tzzozzzaj Mzzr/Zzwaz/e is Defendant. Johnfton againll Murthwaite. A Meffage was brought from the Houfe of Commons LongnorEn- by Mr. HKBgwyW, and others, with a Bill, intituled, Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1784, 29 June 1784

    unfettled " Eftates in the fame County, of greater value." Collins agait.ft Sir H. Gough et&L Caufes put Ereeland *Raiuft Murthwaite! cc Dixon's Compofition Bill, King's Confent given. The Lord Sy^zzey acquainted the Houfe, " That His " Majefty ha-ing Subscribers-only content

    15 July 1784, 15 July 1784

    Lords, 121 pawnbrokers Bill. cc cc cc Johsfton againft Murthwaite. Writ of Er- ror non- pros'd with Cofts. Buihby againft Cop- land et al. Colquhoun againft Cor- bet. cc Their Lordfhips, or any Five of them, to meet To- morrow Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1825, 7 February 1825

    Supplemental Bill; and in the last, Elizabeth Murthwaite, John Macpherson and Charlotte his Wife, Francis Link and John Hudson May, were Plaintiffs, and George Irton 12 on n' Murthwaite, an Infant, by Elizabeth Murthwaite his Guardian, and Jane Cuthbertson, were Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1825, 14 February 1825

    an Infant, by his Guardian Charles Murthwaite, and Henry Wood' cock, were Defendants; in the second, George Barnard an Infant, by Frederick Augustus Barnard his Grand¬ father and next Friend, was Plaintiff', and Elizabeth Murthwaite, John Macpherson and Charlotte his Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TWO DAYS WITH THE KENDAL OTTER HOUNDS. By The Littlu Owd Chap. Oh, well, Mr. Editor, we have all our troubles and trials to face ia this world ; I have had oae a little while ago of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    «6, deeply lamented, Mrs. Murlhwaite, relict of the late Itev. Iron Murthwaite, Rector of Dunsby, Lincolnshire. On Monday the Sth inst. alter a short illness, Mr. James Nightingale llavner. draper, of Ely. On Friday last Mrs. Watts, formerly of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    From the GAZETTE of Friday, July 4. PAHTNEBBHIPB DISSOLVED. E. W. Pearson A Co., wine and spirit asssxS____ gj -Lilley & Wheeler, wine and spirttx^__i^__! r^ B^SSS_ l Uverpool-SheUord A Eobin*on7d^^^_ u S^nxte^e«^ Westminster Chambers- Meadows, Frost A Cia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' ° f Matthe " Mor ™. * Ward Labour.-Thomus Flyun, assaulting | Elizabeth AtUmsou with intent to rob, at Murthwaite ; Joseph j Hall, s. «vo legs ot mutton and a sack, p. of Johu Hutchuv | son, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the residence of her *>„-•- , The Beeches, Saltney, in her S4th year, MatUtla Vol Murthwaite, Vicarage-lane, liowdon, widow of Th< ■-.-.. Murthwaite, late of Liverpool. (No <aurd_.) 77M Oax- June 17, at Fainude Manor, Little Sutton, in t Subscribers-only content

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