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  • * British History Online *

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    Accounts, March 1544 - March 1546

    ti day of June at the buryall of Margaret Weston ffor the great Lyghtes the Torches the clothe and the Pytte v s x d Item Receued the xxx ti day of June at the buryall of a man frome

    Index, P, 01 January 1600-31 December 1600

    Purvey , Mr. Auditor , 90. Puttenham , Mr. George, 220 (2). Puttrel , the poursuivant, 124. Pyckering Lyth , co. Yorks, 303. Pyline (Piline, Pylin), James, 176 177. Pytney , , petition of, 85. Pytte , Mr. William, 348.

    Index, P

    of, 149. urge reviving of the penal laws, 187. importune the King, 200. accused of Gunpowder Plot, 508. See also Nonconforming ministers. Pygott. See Pigott. Pykeringe. See Pickering. Pyn , Capt. Thomas, a pirate, 296. Pytte , Sir Edward, 58.

    Cecil Papers, October 1600, 1-15, 01 October 1600-15 October 1600

    must be paid presently : First for interest money on the sums before set down 555 l. To Mr. William Pytte 515 l. To Mr. Crispe, which was had by Sir Thomas Taresborough his means 515 l. To Robert Evelyn

    Cecil Papers, February 1605, 16-28, 16 February 1605-28 February 1605

    rate upon the particular as in other like cases; and the rate to be to the use of Sir Edward Pytte, knight, and William Smalman, esquire. If the same had been wholly rated by the commissioners, the sum would have

  • * Victoria County History *

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    City of Ely Sixteenth century

    Barton manor (q.v.) in the late 15th century, using them for pasture. These included the 'Tylekyln close' and the 'Gravell Pytte close'. Nicholas Steward took over the lease in the 16th century, having 206 acres of arable, about 155 acres

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE, lUPON RAOES.-YxcS'TIenAv, Ifi'Ie wsetilirtaou~i'ired tule cienicig day of tan) iipoen meeting, 501!ii tlhougi dillfilbs afternoon wIae etijeynbll, coneecuently thin atiejullaniie itroreit an isunuualir kegs oen, and the holliday people frots, Leedsf, Yorkc, No~ewsetle, Darlingtos, and Bradford muiitereil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London before 9 am., and can he cbtssmosst atG the O0c GOC t he B1r~ivtsds7,ar Peose Ill, Fleet li-ent; as, Pytte tl ri-u, Iloyal Ezchange; W. H. Eseritt, Bells Etsiusli,Saisbnry Squwre: L. Grasat II. Eing Street Cheap ne . and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iasiyti, . - Isc, jun., G~ilbert, Baker, hS.Fn NVATeR CretOUlc Dit,ctlvrs icy, J. id. IV. Trerner, Catternosle, J. B. J-V. Pytte, F'. Wc. Tophieinc, Callsow, Peale, Robcson, he, Es T IEAM BOILER ACCIDENTS PREVENTED. toes IMEiWIN'S PATENT WATER GUAGE is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Martiti, F. Sinallifeld, D. Cox, S. Palmer, A, Selieffer,- E. Duncati, 9, Proist, S. Solsinost, W. Goedall, J. B, Pytte, NV. Wyld. Slay lie viewed fosir dlays preceding, attd catalogues had of Mr. H-azoi, R0 30, Corsnmecriitl-Street, atidlMessrs. Fomileman, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. S. Don- nefll R1ev Dr. W. Atwell, Rev. W. J. Young, R. W. Seott, Esq; onF.lory, Esq.; Jo.seph . Pytte, Ezstp; l)r. Hlenry, Pomneroy; James ii. Inri, REq~ T Dr Elliott, R.N.; George Hay, Esq;R. Jainies, Young, Joseph Wilson, Subscribers-only content

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