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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, N, O, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    F.; sheriff of. See Ogle, H.; Surveyor General of Customs. See Howard, C. Northumberland , Duke of. See Fitzroy, G. Northwall , Richard, deputy searcher at St. Ives, 106. Norway , 123; hemp imported into Scotland from, 129; shippers of,

    Henry VIII, July 1544, 6-10, 01 July 1544-31 July 1544

    "Commiss. of lieutenancy and leading of an army to be gathered in Norff., Suff., Gloc., Heref., Sallopp, Lancast., Cestr., Flynt, Northwall., Staff., Nott., Derb., Lyncoln, Ebor., North., Cumb., Westm., Ep ' at ' Dunelm., granted to Tho. Duke of Norf.,

    Warrant Books, February 1708, 1-5, 01 February 1708-05 February 1708

    same ibid loco said Lomas. John Hawkins as waiter at St Ives & to act as deputy searcher loco Richard Northwall deceased. John Waddon junr as warehousekeeper at Plymouth loco John Alsop deceased. Out Letters ( Customs ) XV ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of their Swain Yacht ' Polneo9 Alexandra, %he Boilen may be examined at Maiors: NWalpole. Wobb, and 3ewlry's Shipbuildlug Yard, Northwall, Dublin d Tenders, addregaeel to the Secretary. and ondoroed ' TonderO for 33lloee," to be But through tire post Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    orit of their Sitean Yaoht, Princoen Alexaedra. The BoSlers may bo examined at Meesrs. Walpole, Wobb, and Bewley'a Shipbulldiug Yard, Northwall, Dublin. Tenders, addreseed to the Secretary, antI endoreed " Teodere for Ilelluro," to be sent througt flre poot (prepaidl, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stanley, front Dublin, also grounded, anil only cleared yesterday morninge. The Lily, expracs boat for DubliuI, and the cargo boat Northwall, could not leave pert owing to had weather. A large barqipe, heavily laden, has been I drirers on to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ireland, and of the Great Soethern and Western, running every day into their (the London and North-Western Company's) station at Northwall to meet the arrival and departure of their boats there, and they carried passengers and traffic to all parts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cruisers, seventeen first-class torpedo boats, two sea-going torpedo boats, and two vedette boats. The London and North-Western Railway Company's steamer Northwall, from Holyhead for Dublin, with cargo and passengers, in going out of the harbour on F riday night grounded Subscribers-only content

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