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  • * British History Online *

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    1582 London Subsidy Roll, Bishopsgate Ward

    10 Salomon Bright ( £ 10) 10 Mighell Smithe ( £ 10) 10 Thomas Smithe ( £ 10) 10 Richard Pingle ( £ 25) 25 John Grant ( £ 15) 15 John Basforde ( £ 15) 15 Henrie Holdsworthe (

    Entry Book, March 1694, 11-20, 11 March 1694-20 March 1694

    without account: l. King's Warrant Book XVII, p. 372. Money Book XII, p. 198. Order Book IV, p. 78. Henry Pingle as royal bounty towards his transportation as a chaplain to Maryland 20 Elizabeth Willoughby as royal bounty 30 James

    Index of Subjects, Q, R, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    Ormonde, Duke of. Over ton, B. Ovington, J. Parvins, Mary. Pauncefort, E. Pellier, A. Pendrell, Eleanor. Phillips, . Pilot, J. Pingle, H. Porter, Sir C. Povey, . Power, E. Prideaux, Helen. Probert, W. Rankin, A. Reynolds, Elizabeth. Reynolds, Mary. Richards,

    East Indies, May 1624, 05 May 1624-31 May 1624

    a greater quantity at a time will not easily be procured." Complaint of John Webb against Francis Adams and William Pingle, for accusing him of purloining the Company's beef. Offer of Mr. Strowd to procure 100 good trees fit for

    Index, P, 01 January 1622-31 December 1624

    , Robt., p. 93, p. 170. -, -, petition signed by, p. 491. Pinder , -, p. 170, p. 466. Pingle. or Pingley , Wm., p. 222, p. 277. Pintadoes , 98. Pipe staves , 371. Pirates , p. 64,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the neighbourhodd, tbooghr entirely Catholic, Con- tinoued nlder the yoke. It is therefore enide-nt, that, had Nissnea iot ceoutaitird a Pingle Protestant, it Wottd not have shown itself nore willing to surrenda-r. A royal Corps d'armoe was aseemuied at Beuosire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. ChairmSan. John Jn eoxon, Esq. SouDeputy WChims. Capet. leaucle roticu e,-Coi. Moandy', R.E. Foanl Cattlep, Esq. Caps. B. W. Pingle, REE. Charles Henry Cnlay, Et. T ranci Ri. a rd, osq. dosesAi. OUldNsaid, ELs. nohn Shewell, Esq. Richard Heanisude, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    71b Two miles. Bc Young talabar, 5yrs Puil, a S0t Warbler, 4 yrn (S0) ad s (100 sOds) Broonmelcnowe, a4(0) Pingle, 4 yrs (60) pr, s Hoilyleuck, 6 yra (50) Juiua Celsus, a (O ) psi s The PELHaM 9ELLIrG. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wood's Puck, aged, list 1b .: . 3r. A. Coventry 3 be Broomleknowe (Mr. Itolwyn), Warbler '(Mr. If. Brook) and Pingle (Mr. W. King) also ran.-Batting: 7 to 4 agot Puck, § to 2 agat tJultus Celsus, and 4 to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ON~E SHILLIG ADVERTISEMENT8 noe oagrge for AAvertlseen~~tta coming undor the gersoral bead of "4Waated," ion ONE~ SHILLING for twenty-four Wor4s and q P111-O for every additional ten Nvords, Thms rates ure Oitrtly confined to such advertiseuteetl uA We Propsd. Subscribers-only content


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