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  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, February 1538, 21-28, 01 February 1538-28 February 1538

    and closes (described) called Pese Feld, le Pyte Roode, Longeyigue, le Lyttle Rodynge, le Netherrode, le lntak, le Little Roode, Netherhill, Godiflatte, Thykkels, Pyttyron, Clarin tackes, Thomrodes, Pighill, le Hallrodes, Ladyrodes, le Heron Lees, Walles, Nethershogsette, Netherhaldyng, Milne banck, Milneynge,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBhLIC AMUBUmLEA,,TS, L,TNilI.AT 7".5~ Alti:..lARtI6U01ROBERTS ANI) C r'sY, intl' s, S.r-'nlrt ZLEtlrSQUE, Ii N,"CViA I(T r1 (1: 1!,()VELY." Uot'' M t.'.- ts'I 'ii. Com'ian in th I~RIN " 1W V VEd ThE TRE.Bro,ad btroo& i-N:,TT !t t "I .I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kilbirnie, Ayeahirs; James Coats, junt., manufacturer, Ferguslic, Paisley; Sic- Thomas Glen Coats, Fergoslie Park, Paisley, Baronet; Kenneth M. Cl7ark, manufacturer, Netherhill, Paisley; Bryce M. Knox, man ufacturer, Kilbirnie, Ayrshire; and John D. Barbour, manufacturer, Lisburn. The following is a synopsis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    energy displayed in the precognition of the witness. [This witness was not cited for the former trial.] Alexander Forman, farmer, Netherhill, repeated his oe. denee to the effect that he was in his house on Saturd evening, the 19th November, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Scaife W.. Raydou-ter., Lebanon-gar., West-hill, Wandsworth, Smith G. J. C, Gt. Matlboi oa_h-st., Feb. 16 [builder, Feb. 4 Wyatt E., Netherhill, Dm ley, Hampshire, farmer, Jan. 31 Friday, January 21. Bear George & James, Cable-st., cigar manufacturers, Feb. . Carver Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MELANCHOLY BOATIXti ACCIDi-IM FATHER AND SON DROWN Xl). On Sunday evening a melancholy boating icci dent occurred in Ayr Bay, resulting in the h>--i <m tv/o lives- father and son. About nine oeluck in the morning Kobert Buchanan, Ayr, Subscribers-only content

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