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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, M, N, O, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    Otto , Christian Ottoman Porte , the Otway , Blathwait James Oughton , Thomas Oulds , Robert Oursel , Robert Overfield , Cornelius Overton , Mr. Overtoune lands in Overy , Elizabeth Owen , Capt. Edward Griffith John Ensign Michael Subscribers-only content

    Sessions Books, 1691

    Champing, Mr. Richard Minefeild, Mr. Richard Smith. 21 April, 1691 (p. 36) Duplicate discharge, directed as the last concerning Anne Overfield. Creditors mentioned Nathaniel Bussint; Richard Hodgkins, Christ Church; Katherine Brian, St. Clements; Robert Willin, Covent Garden; Eleanor Raven, Covent

    William and Mary, March 1694, 01 March 1694-31 March 1694

    his wife and son, ditto; for Jacquemintre Bosch and her child, ditto; for John Ludich, a Dutchman, ditto; for Cornelius Overfield, a German, ditto; for Catherine Thompson, recommended by Mr. Gorsuch, Captain of the Guards, ditto; for Mary Grimes, recommended Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    any. He. asserted his- innocenee,sbust-tli Jury brought-in a verdict of guilty, and Mr. Justice PAnK then hdressedhirin as follows:-" Richard Overfield, you have-byen conyicred,,or evidence which has left no doubt on the mind of any man whoqhas heard it, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Street." There was also a piece of newspaper aon. taining the same words with the addition of the name of Overfield. It was subsequently ascertained that the de- easeed was a widower, his wife having been dead thirteen months, The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    There was only a, small attendance. In the report of an inquest on the body of a man, named Francis Overfield, wbich appeared in the Dauz1, Pust of yesterday, we stated that Dr. J oily, house surgeon a-t the Queen's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Merry, aud Dliacee Bredlorsi Street. c1lO ('ABINET MAKE'RS and UPHOLS3TERERS. -WANTED. a good CJCAB3INET MAKER and at geod. UPHOLSTERERt.-Addreoo, A. Overfield, Leek. e1377 UANTHI a Geoneral -CABlINET MAKER and a WRITE WT WORKhR.-Appily a' 72, Sherlock Street. Cl580 '1' JOINERS.-WANTED. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    140, 55511k Stre et. cl 6qlc (APII~lBT MAKERPS and UPHOLSTERtERS.-WANTED cegostI '59 CABINET A AKRRI and, a good lJPBOD3TERiER.-Address, A, Overfield, Leek. e1077 tie ODSCREW TRADE--WANTED. Two WORMING T0 I N ERS and Two TURNIPG GIIINDERS.-Address, 726, Daily Post. c27tI Subscribers-only content

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