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    Elizabeth, March 1572, 01 March 1572-31 March 1572

    mony dysburste att Barwyke." 178. Delivery of the Queen of Scots. [March 12. ] Cott. Calig., C. III., fol. 235. "Perrills if the Q. Majesty do not procede to the delyvery of the Q. of Scottes, with the answers thereto, Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    said hie lilseac- nothing of this iciot.I'i Vicar )Nea'er miiisi I asoold rather let it ,o, if Ii were yon.--dr. Perrills Ave hlave had aL aery anmus.ing mneeting so far, !ut S:It11 we pc-(eesd tic btisilnes i--Time resoIlintie iirobcoasil by Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ellis, of Suletiwick ; and Mr. H. S. China repre- esoited tile vicar (the Rev. Herbert Gardner) and Mr. G. Perrills (vicar'e warden). M11r. Chinn, on beiialf of his clients, by virtue of his special proxy exhibited in their liwhalf, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    r3307 CtOW,-Ftrayed, lalf-bred IlernIo mdI ilhting Coov, redand vohItm i. while faco.-l miv-srd ivill bl given it broaglh to Jarne3 Perrills, Beorwilod Rnad. iNnlsomiviuki _ _ 59 TtOG-Ilosii. 'elac-k-and~ti-maieIor [log, w. ith miirbt-haIn cellar, .0./ a.nd 01110103 11011010 ou plate.-Nbhaevor Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Riookery Reado c2639 stll l)TAlNPMSl,'OtPIjh (llxhiliI).-Sht11a VIilas thureL reoclHilIX Sita --8 bud roJuiris ouilslsh-hotae, stitlu, lield, gardenl reduerlt rellf.- 0/ Perrills, imliibelfley Holisie c271i it 1-iANIS Tli'Tj--ole{ Viills, lsriirrset hoviu, nllrtlrseoe ' Lie Ji1 tt]. DI-11w~ing 1undI linling roonjS *ood Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    conform themselves in all respects according to the Laws: and Statutes of th. is llcahu in l that ca.se made and provided, as they, every or any of : them, will answer the contrary at their Perrills." W. A. Abeam:. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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