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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, M, N, O, 01 January 1698-31 December 1698

    the Hague Mackquean , Donald, soldier, pass from the Hague Mackye . See Mackie. Mackyness . See Mequinez. MacMahone , Rogie, Irish prisoner Mckie . See Mackie. McLeod , , major, military discharge from Aeneas, clerk of Edinburgh, tenant McLurg Subscribers-only content

    William III, January 1698, 01 January 1698-31 January 1698

    Nagle, Jean Sullivane, Fran ois Ridgeway, Waters Sullivane, Pierre Barry, Nich. Flacket, Bryan Dagley, Patrick Cadwell, Guilliaume Fortune, Wouters Clements, Rogie MacMahone, Oliver Peaton, Dennis Leyon, Richardus Conners, Patrick Bailing, Guill. Noel, Jaques le Roye, Edw. Arcdeacon, Jean Welch, Neal Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : htiiooington. near Choot Hills,. ReduLced root2 -/'5 Si- ntal f: .r retie nemnos. Iboli bargain.-'i'mlliamra~vdios, ilae tlfhab aRi INexcy Rogie. I~ I¶ IQ Irtle hail-eluartx-rl. Villas: oboe roomes 171. £26, and- ba1tI C5Q Astiit LIn3I, Perry Brace-Apply, so. 117 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tubli fmufiment. THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. m e's E5V iENIN (WedneSdayl Februsr 4th1 ILthe entertalnuceote wsill eouasiOOO With "THlE WRECK AEHORE ;" After whiob the new Comic Cbristmm PANTOMITE entitled PUSS.IN.BOOTS. 67 ROYAL MUSIC HALL OPERETTA HOUSE, R~SBROAD STREEBT, BIRMINGlfAM, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BEPLIN NEEDLEWORlK S N O O C E HILL SHOW, ON MONDAY NEX;T, AND FOLLOWINGr DAYS, NOVELTIES INI NEEDLEWORIK AND FANCY GOODS. T I AinHo, ,A STOCIC OF NEEDLEWOVRK, C I'UpGIIASED FOR CASH, AT A DISCOUNT OF 130 PER Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peclourad, srlSrvants, and young Girs ciS (COOKS, Houcenuolds, Nurses. experienced and younig General JLi ervania WANT~b, immedlattly, at Mra. Remington'sl Rogie try, 161, Hockley. Servants free. o736 117ANTED, imdaeyaYonMAas Groom; one who WV understands Greigpefrd.-Apply, personally, between Nine and Eleve Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    person hail not itri-teci up '' before, slltiitugll, for hI it w011lii pi hie DOtis e xcp cftout to sac Rogie lsiihert ,i gai 'i~ii the IiCS11. ' 'ittit thep gi-ottiJ l:wa wa'll 1a~ 'iat hiotno for as try- int1 Subscribers-only content

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