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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, October 1671, 01 October 1671-31 October 1671

    4. The Francis at the Buoy of the Nore. Capt. Thomas Willshaw to the Navy Commissioners. On examining the boatswain's stores, I find he has embezzled the major part of them. I therefore desire you to send me some supply Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 9, 9 April 1668, 09 April 1668-09 April 1668

    were with him: And that the Duke had thereupon ordered him to bring the Ships to the Buoy in the Nore ; and then to hasten to Town, in order to his Examination as to Miscarriages in the late War;

    Charles II, July 1672, 01 July 1672-31 July 1672

    The Assurance , at the Buoy of the Nore. Capt. Ralph Lashills to the Navy Commissioners. I desire you to let me have some tickets and certificates for sick men. The reason I am here is that, by his Royal Subscribers-only content

    VIII. The Albion, Introductory note

    at Chatham; she sailed for Blackstakes on November 3rd, to take in her guns; and on her arrival at the Nore was ordered to Spithead. She lay at Spithead from December 1770 till May 1771 when, the crisis having been

    Addenda, August 1691, 01 August 1691-31 August 1691

    merchants that the convoys for the West Indies, Virginia and Maryland are intended to be ready to sail from the Nore on 15 September next, but having received no orders as to convoys designed for other parts we beg for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Christ to call, choose, appoint, and set apart, persots made meet for the work of the offices appointed by Him. Nore is there any other way' whereby ordinary offieers may be fixed in'the church." Dyma paham yr apelir at yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liaws o leoedd dvddorol i lawr y Tafwys, ar leoedd 4 apell af yr ymwelent A hwy yn gyffredin fyddai Nore a Sheernesp. Arfersi y Princess Alice gludo canoedd o bleserdeithwyr yn ddyddiol, a dywedir ei bod yn llestr I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of, force prculiarly proper for the sern ice to be e.xpectc in the Baltic, Another strong squadron is at the Nore. It is to maun thlis force, which probabl5 coan Irises more tLan one expedition, that so warmis a press Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of taking tlhe file, th ese Malgistrates had sent hit onl board the tenler, whence hle was canveved to the Nore, and wtas kept for about flee weeks, nod Uoatil he wlas liberated b3 'sihcts Corprus. M1 r. Park said Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    murning at Weol- wich, 0' board the Navy Yaclt, which has been preparei 'for their reception,, and 'rioceeded to the Nore, adi thee is the Downs, to attend diu sailisog of the expedition1. Lord CHsATHAMe after all 'is really going Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Headley

    on the spot. The names Toot Hill , and Elderbury, and Nore Wood (a name often found in close juxtaposition to old fortifications, for which we may compare Nore under the banked hill at Hascombe ) suggest an ancient settlement

    Parishes Shalford

    Austen was living in the 'Parsonage House.' 75 The present owner is Lieut.- Colonel Henry Haversham Godwin Austen , of Nore , Bramley . Hospital of St. Mary without Bishopsgate . Party argent and sable a mill-rind cross counter-colured with

    Sport, ancient and modern Pastimes

    to Westminster in 1821 ; and another in the following year of eighty miles from the Tower Stairs to the Nore Light by eight members of the same club, performed in eighteen hours nineteen minutes with only half an hour's

    The City of Coventry Social history from 1700

    The same group also took a production to Warwick , and, later in the year, presented The Mutiny of the Nore and Eugene Aram at Coventry in aid of the Kidderminster carpet-weavers, who were on strike. The following year there

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    1891 ), Musson, see Muston (Ric.) Musters, Commissioners for, Muston , Eliz., Mary, (or Musson) Ric., Thos., Mutiny of the Nore , The (play), Myles, see Miles Mylne, Rob., Mylner, John, Mylys, Nic., Myton (in Warwick ), agric., chap., coll.,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. Custom House.

    Skins; Mr. Robinson 's Lease for the Ferme-Wines. The Queen lost considerably by Concealments of Customs, as appeared by a Nore Brought in, about the eighth or ninth year of Q. Elizabeth , by the Customers of the Port of

 

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