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  • * British History Online *

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    Roger Whitley's Diary, November 1693, 01 November 1693-30 November 1693

    on account of the distringas; he retorned at night. 8. Wednesday, Houseman went to Chester about 9, retorned at 2. Periton came after diner, did eate something in the larder; stayd with me an houer, went at 3, Morgan went

    Henry VIII, February 1512, 01 February 1512-28 February 1512

    abbeys of Forde and Bokelond Monachorum, alias Bokelond St. Mary, Devon. The manors and hundreds of Crokehorn, Westcoker, Hemyngton, Misterton [Periton and Westecabbelond ] , in Somerset; the manors of Hul near Iwernemystre, Ebrighton, Iwerne Courteney, and Iberton, in Dorset;

    Index, P, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    , Edmond, clk., 438 (3 m. 10). Perham . See Parham. Peri , Alan. See Percy. Periaunt . See Peryent. Periton . See Puriton. Perjury , act against, 341. Perker . See Parker. Perkyn (Perken), Henry, 20 (p. 17), 82

    Henry VIII, May 1544, 26-31, 01 May 1544-31 May 1544

    lands called Paynters, Lotte and Forles, in Westram, Kent, Colle Aleyns in Cowden, Kent, the lord ships and manors of Periton and Broke, Kent, the lordship or manor of Hothlegh, Suss, and Kent, and Lamberherst, Suss. and Kent, all which

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Per lb. Sheets... .. .. .. .. . - 1.- lOld. WVire .....0) ...... .-- Tubes... .. .. ..11-id.-- SrEvE.. Periton, Swedish, in kegs (rolled) ... 13 0 0- 1-I0 0 (barmesred).....15 0 0-160 0 Ditto, in faggots.. .... 10 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    age 20, a SITUATION I in the above line. Used to town and oountry trade.-Addroea, H. W., Esosbam. Oxon. AKMiidule-aged Periton requires a RE-ElNGlAGEMz~ENT, as House, Akeeper or Working Hlousekeeper. Excellent rwoforeneos- A ddrete. hi. 36, Daily Post. o23i3 T1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or t-T;or om a' 149h' a~ ,. M fi qUt8 ei , fo the ; ;u' ,Sfc*OrOefth~olakhaip rt UnonWohuse. The Periton ~ta1,L,7.e Ma-te oA the Wxkou e-.dTiap oeafb ohc. ~At~plidatlon.tnthe. eadwltn o4ff the Cad0ats et",atin are ItOadlet I Lt Hyatedersoal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRMINGHAM WATCH COMMITTEE A; Ameeting of the Birmingham Watch Commttt held yesterday, at the Publ)ic Of fice Moor Street wTh evere psresent Aldermanl ])eykinl (chairman\ the Mao (Alderman Kenrickc), Aldermantl Mraton, Messes, Barkr Wiratelec', W~hitfilold, WB'H. Hart, and KtneeOisn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    enopreferred, Comfortable. leme, and dutlea lilt.-Apply by It. l~eter, A. B., 68, Reogent Street, Lainiington. cR21 - ~(3O~l6KEEl6R.-Wt~tedreepecluble In lddle~aged Periton. i P ,J Nit okiugiin; tin eltldren,-Addlress, B1.61, flatly Post, c5636 nil I yf~1OurPElouEPE1 ovorlileg. - Widow, vilddle tge, Subscribers-only content

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