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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 16 March 1641, 16 March 1641-16 March 1641

    be discharged of the same;" which the House did confirm, and Ordered the same accordingly. A new Trial ordered between Sallows and Badger, in the King's Bench. Upon the Report of the Lords Committees for Abuses in Courts of Justice,

    British History Online

    Cossaes plain and flowred Tanjebs plain and flowred Jamdannes Mullmulls plain and flowred Jecolsies Mamolwhiates plain and flowred Neckcloths Rehing Sallows Comervilles Seerbands Night Rails Aprons Tirindanes Callico Lawns and all other thin Callicoes commonly called Muslins and that by

    Index, S, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    642, 793, 805 6, 815, 821, 830, 833. Salisbury , Bishop of. See Sherlook, T. Sallee (Morocco) , 749. Sallowes (Sallows) , Henry, 645. -, Robert, 418. Salmon , 237. Salmon Thomas , 223. Salop county , 115, 323, 437,

    Index of names and places, S

    1087, 1330, 1376, 1384. alderman of Berwick upon Tweed, ii. 1427. Salkraig . See Selkirk. Sallaway , Salloway. See Salway. Sallows , Thomas, ii. 272. Sallway . See Salway. Salming-grange , co. Lancaster, ii. 626. Salmon : Colonel, ii. 1324.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    14 )hasads a ml.5: siound, no good _______________________e Rod, earstation, M and I FOR Sale, PnTrap, and Hanmeas;a bacgain ,-Addrress, Sallows EatO and Mre, 1 hand and 7 bens (t eaeoc of two); I ~ blai eel, lean aggedvery awerfu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was charged with slteaingm, onl tire 26lls August, clothing, &e., to the value of 1ipn be- a, longing to Iced Sallows, one of Lord Wrottesfey's d footmen, The theft was comniiittorl underp~ecuiliar cir~euni- .(l stances. Ore the date ssrmed both Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 10-Atts. Courteen and Bobinson, Walbrook. - - DIVIDENDS. May S W. Davies, Caerphilly, woollen manufsetuler _ 10 In . Sallows, Hiadeighl, grocer ' 11 T. Hatiley, Birmintgham, d. e. 12 J. S. Smith, Blrighthelmstonedruggist - 12NB. 91isseott Cbeapside, jeweller Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aged 59, tmueh-respected, Mary, wifeof Mr. WWm. Stci es, of luIlddi.stiti. . Simti daiy, ,igct I.i, tleorgec son of-Mr. Wm. Sallows, cloth- f . hrawer,,of liuddlersfield. SametAaoly secd 3e, Mr. ltitttess Bein, of this to0iWe, Vantcr. a On Tilsteasii e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Woold be. Miss i.1 Lintavy. A itiver thromgh each Winding Clic.le W. T. Wrightou. With the Tithe. MO. Watson. Waitingforlthe Sallows. Qiro Pintti. Vietoiin. NewNatioutalSong. enryintinat. s. Thepaot tong four stamys. GodBlems Oar Sailor Prhic. S Glover. .i3, The part Subscribers-only content

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