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  • * British History Online * *

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    The trial of Strafford, The sixth article

    The Charge . That the said Earl of Strafford, without any Legal Proceedings, and upon a Paper-Petition of Richard Rolstone, did cause the said Lord Mountnorris to be disseized and put out of possession of his Freehold, and Inheritance of

    Mr Glyn in reply to Strafford's defence

    in an Arbitrary way. The next was in my Lord Mountnorris 's Case, and Rolstone . And here I must touch my Lord with Mis-repetition. Rolstone preferred a Petition to my Lord Deputy; my Lord Deputy himself judges his Estate,

    America and West Indies, June 1710, 01 June 1710-30 June 1710

    Governor Crowe. Signed , Joseph Salmon jr., Tho. Harper, Christo. Fowler, John Trent, Robt. Harrison, Stephen Browne, Jno. Wiltshire, John Rolstone, Jer. Chace, Cha. Egerton jr., Henry Taitt, Alexander Anderson, J. Scott, Richd. Sandiford, Joseph Hannis, Mathew Keynell, Saml. Maverick,

    Entry Book, November 1689, 16-30, 01 November 1689-30 November 1689

    co. Carnarvon, being lands of Richard Kiffin, esq., outlaw. Ibid . [? ] The like of a same to John Rolstone of two messuages and other lands in the parish of East Budleigh, co. Devon, being lands of Thomas Cowde,

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1486-1487, 01 January 1486-31 December 1487

    and Anne his wife, the day she died, were seised in their demesnes as of fee of the manors of Rolstone, Milton Damerell, Stapilton, Cokebury, Heghen, Hewissh, Yenstowe (with advowson), Ernescombe, Westdowne, Clifford, Sheftrygge and Hankeford in the parishes of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from £25 to £40. Thomas Adams Roberts was made a voter e by Condy, and votes for the Liberals. Samuel Rolstone d ought to have had £25 or £30 for voting for us, He re- d moved to Bath acd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Special jury. 6. Clarke v. Cunningham. LibeL Special jury. 7. Cochrane v. Sutton. Injuries sustained. Special jury. S. Jobnstone r. Rolstone. Trespass. Special jury. 9. Browne v. Malcolmson. Negligence. Special jury. ln the case of Brown v. M-Kalcolmson, his lordship Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H)as good discharges, and - can be well recommended. Is a Protestant. Apply to Mrs. ROLSTONE, Servants' Registrv ,D Office, 32, Qeen Street. Mrs. Rolstone is in want 6. of all classes of Servants to fill orders now. Good general Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Etamilton swore that e; 2nd, he had not struck her in the face before she struck him. 2ud, Ann E. Rolstone, governess employcd by Mr. 1, The Harmilton, deposed to the annoyance which Magee gave to the family in general, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SALES BY AUCTION. . SALE THIS DAY. )I;S VI BlY PUBLIC AUCTION, THIS J i )AY, 1r ridaynL 29ithi ust., at Twelve o, 'lIck at Sl'EN-CERs B;SIN\, the Schooner JENVESS. 1d to 14'> tO:13s bur:xIen. Will be Sold'a bargain. Subscribers-only content

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