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  • * British History Online * *

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    James 1 - volume 90, March 1617, 01 March 1617-31 March 1617

    sailed, and with him Edw. Matthews, late prisoner. March 10. 111. Examination of Posthumus Napleton, of Faversham. Heard Ant. Napleton threaten, that if his uncle, Thos. Napleton, bound him to his good behaviour, he would make him spend all that Subscribers-only content

    James 1 - volume 91, April 1617, 01 April 1617-30 April 1617

    March 29. ] April 2. 7. Sir Rich. Sandys and Sir Geo. Newman to Lord Zouch. Have long known Thos. Napleton, of Faversham, as an honest man and good subject. The accusation against him is malicious; beg that his punishment Subscribers-only content

    Index, N, 01 January 1714-31 December 1719

    London, merchant, petition; ccxxvi. 6. Napier , Gabriel, petition of; ccxi. 19. Napleton , Thos., petition for commissionership of the Salt Office; clxxxi. 27. Nareskin , Mons., minister from the Czar of Muscovy; cxci. 25. Nassau , Henry de, Seigneur

    James 1 - volume 90, February 1617, 01 February 1617-28 February 1617

    Napleton, that on a conversation in the house of Thos. Napleton, of Faversham, about a play in which a huntsman, who was intended to represent the King, said he had rather hear a dog bark than a cannon roar, Subscribers-only content

    Index, N, O, 01 January 1611-31 December 1618

    , Old (witch) Napier , Sir Robt. Naples fleet of viceroy of Napleton , Ant. Posthumus Thos. Napper , Arch. Narrow Seas Nash Manor Nash , Rich. Nasmyth , John Nassau , Ernest, Count of Henry, Count of Louis, Count Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    114 Mynne . See Minn Mynothall . See Minot Hall Napier , Sir Gerard , 246 Naples , 344 n Napleton , John, 212 Nash , John, 207, 275, 275 n, 278 'Nations' , 4, 9, 13 Natural and Comparative

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. LIVERPOOL NOTES. There was a fair company at Liverpool to-day, and thoughl it has been said that the summer meeting at Liverpool has lost its ree.'i'ge, the inaugural day of the present gathering quite refutes the statement, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    havisig beda gobd prantlce. is cseionoof Siosaionas ook or usekeeiper, -in a good fomily-, or oily lilacs of trust.-Address, 2, Napleton Torrcea, Weoila-. toes. Stonrlsridge. e5239 - XU~lSE.-Wsssted, an active h-cling Person. twenty years of ago, os ovr iillung to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    quite willing to sign any such agreement._ Mor. DL'Eyncourt ½l1 yost remain there a year? De. :endant: les.-The Rev. Mr. Napleton said the case excited area' interest in Church and temperance circles, and if defendant was kept in custody another Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aged seventy-five years, has been granted to the acting executors, MNrs. Ada Isabella Dew and the testator's brother, Major Frederick Napleton Dew, probate having been renounced by his nephew, Mr. William Armine Bevan, also named as an executor in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eneO for s e refers last sltuation.-Address, IL. =1Dil Post.. 11 t es.tablihmet: lve rg erpstieneafgood refer enes-ApI'M . Ellis, Napleton Villa, Rempsey. c3174 'TAILOUS and Cluthieri.-Cieneral Cote Seeks Eosreet. or .1 aae branclb.-Davies, H R3T .d1S."WilftyliF r TBA.TRA)E.~A5Manage, exneieucedage Subscribers-only content

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