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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 6, 25 March 1651, 25 March 1651-25 March 1651

    adjudged to be void. Sir Walter Ralegh , being seated at Sherborne , did purchase divers other Lands, called the Pinford and Primsby Barton , and the Manors to the same belonging: All which Premises, by the Attainder of Sir

    House of Lords Journal Volume 17, 2 March 1705, 02 March 1705-02 March 1705

    Town. ORDERED, That Two of the Judges do stay in Town, in order to attend the Service of this House. Pinford et al. to attend Committee Pitkin's Bill. It is ORDERED, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled,

    Index, P

    170. Pilkington : Andrew, M. A., petition of, 280. O., interrogatories for, 298 299. Pilton , Devon, parish of, 295. Pinford , Dorset, 267 (3). Pinsho , , 246 (3). Piron , Colonel, 131. Pisa , letters dated at, 10,

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    , Henry, 51. Pigott , William, 52. Pim , , a pirate, 258. Pincarde , , 311. Pinchbeck (Lincs.), 353. Pinford lands [Dorset ] , lease of, 260. Pinson , Abel, letter from, 28. Piracy , see under Ships. Pistol

    Cecil Papers, August 1604, 11-20, 11 August 1604-20 August 1604

    the parks, which was never in him but purchased in his child's name ten years since, and a lease of Pinford grounds in Mr. Heriot for fifty-eight years, then he refuses all grace from his Majesty. Prays that a copy

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is Dsarling and IlIr. James dCfonded.-On the day named is, ' is the; jiftictrment. tlsero was a steak sale at Pinford, and i, y prosecutor bought some''sshesp there. After the sale hs gr .o was called away to a6 different Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ut Edgbaston, in the 29th yeart of her age, Enily, the beloved ivifes of Mr. Iciey Blourne, of thistowen. On the 24thiof No., at tho residence of her isl, near Dualey, Anmi relict of Jamues Trent, Res., of Pinford, Dorset. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Weston, Oborne, Ces- em1, tleton, Shea borne, Eastbury, Nether Combo, otherwise Nether Coombe,t pen, Over Coiabe otherwise over Coombhe, Westbury, Pinford, Thorntotd, Ilga- Wyke, Clifton AMabaunk otherwise Maybanrc, and Bradford Abbas; or roil. some 'or one of them, in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    West Stour, Buckhorn, Weston, Oborne, Cas- * tletn, herborne, Eastbury,NetherCombs, otherwise Nether Coohbe, r Over Coabe otherwise Over Coombe, Westbury, Pinford, Thornford, Wyke, Clifton Mabank otherwise Maybank, and Bradfosrd Abbas or soame or one of them, in the county of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the sth February. The case was proved by William Clark, stud groom, in the employ of the late Mr. Crawfurd. Pinford was fined £1 ancl 14s. 6d. costs, which he jiaid, and Harvey was fined £1 and 12s. 6cl. costs, Subscribers-only content

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