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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Q,R

    Berks, 20, 166, 329. -, abbot of, 729. -, - See also Thorne, J. Rearsby , Reresby, Leics, 904 (iii). Reaveley , Riveley [in Ingram ] , Northumb., lordship, 897. Recognizances : (a) in general : bond for quittance of, Subscribers-only content

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, Temp. James I (1603-25)

    milner Henricus Hayburne, cordyner Xpoferus Croft, marcer Jacobus Byrkhead, barbour Willelmus Wharton, feltmaker Thomas Harrison, baker Nicholaus Ball, appothicarie Rogerus Reaveley, bocher Davidus Bewley, marryner Xpoferus Courte, glover Christoferus Thomlynson, mussission Franciscus Hall, taillour Jacobus Blackburne, tanner Johannes Richardson, draper

    Index, Q-Z

    , see Riley Rymer , Joh. 139, 178, 248 Rypponer , Joh. 17 Ryther , see Rither Ryveley , Riveley, Reaveley, Reeveley, Fran. 81; Galf. 88; Geo. 253; Hen. 147; Joh. 50, 63, 81, 88, 105, 122, 137, 188; Mart.

    Index, H,I

    George, 184. -, George, 276. Inglus , Henry, esq., of Dilham, 477, 479. - Cf . Englissh. Ingram , Northumb., Reaveley lordship in, 897. Ingyll , Otwell, merchant haberdasher, of London, 813. Inkpen , Berks, Haslewick in, 294. Innocent VIII Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTE, FRIDAY, 4pril- 19. BANKRUPTS. LI All the Meetigs of Commissisoners in MWidesex are held atl th Comaisii4>ers' Court, Basinghall Street, London. ALLINSON. Richard, of Whitehaven, in the county of Cum- berland', iYonmonger, to sur. April 26,at 1, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Davies, scholar of Trinity College. The examinors. were of opinion that Henry John Edwards, scholar of Trinity Cohege, sad Terrot Reaveley Glovr.r, scholar of St. Johnas ColD-ge, were deserinlg of honounshle mentious Mr. E. A. T. Walrns Budge, M-t, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUICIDE OF ONE OF THE CZAR'S AIDES- I DE-CAMP. I (SPECIAL TEnGat.) St. retersburg, Friday.-A great commotion has been | eaused in Russian military cir' lee by the suicide of one of the Czar s aides-de-camp, Captain Mlichael de Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ca), Aniwr for isis Saturdav-Argo (e),, Hamnburg; Doee. Eastwood, London: Enrat Eliza, Woodhouse, Yarmouth; Venus, Sanlt,-bury. Teigniasenl: fe C a), Reaveley, Alexandria; Albanian (s), Camneron, Alexedria; Iad IsWithorspoon. Smymia; lFlamlngo (a, Hamburg; Aberdesdinfll, Rouen: Stephenson (a), Graham. Sauiander:santher (a), wlba Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which begins in July, after the appoint- ments have been confirmed by the Conference :-Leeds First, G. Bell and J.- Reaveley; Leeds Second, W. Bennett; Leeds Third, G. Parkin, B.D., and J. Hodgson; Leeds Fourth, J. Spensely and J. Name; Subscribers-only content

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