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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1605, July

    at Bancherie Trinitie, Mr Charles Farholme, Minister at Frazerburgh, Mr William Davidson, Minister at Rathen, Mr David Robertson, Minister at Rugley, Mr John Monro, Minister at Tane, Mr Archibald Bleckburne, Minister at Aberdeen, Mr James Ross, Minister there, and John

    Index, N, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    two years' war), 566; his brother deputy, 567; his tenants, 76; Thomas (7th), 93; He nry (9th): his tenants in Rugley spoiled, 99; his Alnwick and Newcastle tenants should be better furnished (18th Feb. 1595 96), 106; to Sir R. Subscribers-only content

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    12.6 Rufford Tamberlaine, £600; Eliz, w; Jos, s; Benj, s; Eliz, d, 6.16 Rugg Wm; Ursula, w; Mary, d, 38.19 Rugley Ann, 47.6 Ruley Mary, 35.25 Rumball Cattren, ser, 18.17 Rumbold : John; Penellope, w, 20.23 Mary, d of Susa

    Border Papers volume 2, January 1596, 01 January 1596-31 January 1596

    Borderers who are very strong Cesford I hear having furnished himself with numbers of "launces" and warlike furniture. Since Christmas, Rugley a town of the Earl of Northumberland's within a mile of Alnwick, was twice spoiled by Cesford's own men, Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 2, February 1596, 01 February 1596-28 February 1596

    in better defence. The spoils increase, for the same day I was at Morpeth, Sir Robert Kerr's servants who spoiled Rugley, spoiled Glanton a town in Cookdale ward. My messenger can neither deliver my letter to him, nor does he Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    annual exhibition in connection with bees the Hales Owen and Rugley Floral and Horticuiltural athe 0Society was held yesterday in H-aden Hill Park, Old Hill. Des !r In spite of ltha threatening aspect of the weather and slight yaci hshowers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Rothernam) third. -For Belgian Iires the prices were taken by F. C. Chambers ifirst aC.i third) aind Il. A. Long (Rugley) ; for black anl white r )iitehi, by L. Horsley (Nafiwortha), C. Tottle, end S. 13. Wallis (Cambridge); for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HORSES, CAKARIAGgS, HARNESS, SADDLERY, COWS, SHEEP, PIGS, hr. F OR SALE by AUCTION, Iat Longdon Hall, midway betwreen Liebfield and Rugley, tho property of W. H. Chetwynd, Eeq., on MONDAY NlXT, April4-nineteen Ifarsese and utter 2W1ISBS, comprisiig six streng red Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILLIAM Jono NxEVILI, West Bronmwich, retail brewer, November 22, at 12, at Banlrruspts' Coutrt, Birmingham. CISxnLrM Os.s'ssaMr, late of Ettingahill, Rugley, November 27, at 12, st Bankrupts' Court, Birminehasa. SAMNlUeL flOsnL~Ov.AV lUDI, Terrace, Summer Hill, Birming. ham, grocer, Novorebn 22, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tmnoeti of vi Anignet, no Cleric or Bech-hiechier. by an etnergetic cortifi- ratedI Selioalmasetr.-Addrcon, J. 151,, Stat Cottage, N~ems Bltane, Rugley. rC!92 IEadSpirit Trade.-WANTED, a SITUATION, tby a W oumng Lady, 17, used to thns Counient' Vrade,-AddressJ. 6.., Doily Post. Subscribers-only content

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