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  • * British History Online *

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    Charles II, 1667 & 1668, An Act for the Increase and p[re]servation of Timber within the Forest of Deane.

    ] made and alsoe saving unto the Miners and persons using the Trade of Digging for Iron Oar Coal and Oker in the said Forrest theire lawfull Rights and Priviledges in all Lands and Grounds lying within the Perambulation and

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    75. Offley , Thomas, petition of, 279. Ogle , Charles, 170. Ogles , Mons., 161. Oglevies , the, 213. Okey (Oker), William, keeper of Westminster Gatehouse, 284. -, petition of, 284. Olanda see Holland. Oldcorne alias Hutton alias Foster, Mr.,

    State Papers, 1654, June (6 of 6), 01 June 1654-30 June 1654

    Copley & Hibborne, soldiers in the protector's regiment Peter Vowell Sir Francis Vincent Robt. Devereux Capt. Mildmay Madox, a taylor Oker. Examined. It appeares by the examinations taken, that the designe was laid as followeth; viz. The time when this

    Index, M, N, O, 01 January 1535-31 July 1535

    , (afterwards bp. of Carlisle), 790 n . Okeley , Wm., g. 1158 (18). O'Kelly , the, 881. Oker , Ralph, of Oker, g. 632 (30). Oking , Robt., Ll.D., 644. Oldenburg (Oldenbrough) and Delmenhorst, Chr. count or earl of,

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    Credenhill, 1257 viii. Oglethorpe , Owen, president of Magdalen College, Oxford (1536), 109. O'Karrell. See O'Carrol. O'Kelly , , 1048. Oker , Mr., 857. Okon Kerry. See O'Connor of Kerry. Okonnore. See O'Connor. Oldechurche More. See More. Oldemaleton. See Malton,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St John Baptist , Nottingham

    . They reported that one Roger Oker farmed it, who stated on oath that he knew nothing as to the time or the intent for which it was founded. On 12 October 1540 Oker had made an indenture by which

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GSENS ADSES. l 1ijJlLIN. 1(LING, & 4ONES 1 Ped lalgo Purehaaes ot susSELS CARPETS goFgFZRNG TEIEM FROhl 29. ID. PER YARD. AB1, DAN BORDERS TO MATCH, AT Is. 2D ODJ BRUSSE rEl YARD. -d VS F1VArE ;BRUSSELS lOROl 3s. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .. Jan. 2 ....... Ilstoonu-the-Hill. Saturday.... Jan. 4 . Leeathorpe. THIE' UNITD rAcK.-At TMo, Thin day .... Dr 31 ........ Oker. Friday .... Jan, 3 . , Knucks. TEB WEEATLAND HOUNDS.-At hdf-paes ran Thin day .... Do. 31 . W, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LINCOLN AUTUMN MEETING. YESTERDAY. Although misgivings were entertained of the Antumn Meeting being inanguratedi in un favonrable weath er, fears of a wet mee ting were dissipated at noon, when the worning showers had passed away. A bright clear Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRMINGHAM DAILY SHARN LIST. .. W- ------. YESTRIADAY, 5EM.PAI¶Iuia, BtssBYui-&Uffa6 SAIMn RAILW AT8. oaDiruar. Great Weetern -4 - strtlord-on-Avou - -. iS - LXAI:D. Seveen6 af.-------- V 10e Shrewsbury and Hereford _ 182 ilouth Stafforoahire ------60 OUA.AlNTaID AND PPU5tqOiL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0oI1FRCIAL AND MONETARY. rrlnfm mir Cit'i Corresn0owent. 1 Lo0NDox, Tuesday Evening. There Was renewed interest shown in the Bul- Inarket to-diiy, as £308,000. in gold coin, was, 'inlhdiavu forexport, £301,(0O. being for Japan, ! £7 ouo for Holland. 'I'lls Subscribers-only content

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