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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRICAL -,. n,'-'', I I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THE UNEDlFVJG REVIVA'. T TLE'IMJ S -'0 S C RLA'-ZRrz >FS F ER- T 'AFRl SFECTACLF Q-' SBAUS.PEARZ'S COC.eCiy oil tlC Y'xo Vet n ermna was revised, o, .'aU nigh:t, witin little cause, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tower-hill, merchants. Ri. B eston, Newport, Salop, victialler. M !. Lxon, Boston, . nl oish ire, sibivncremritb. J. Ila'ri., Pledwick, Sandal Mam.,na, Yorkshire, upotlecary. .!. nanders, Lambeth, bricklayer. !. Iadlderlev, Nottini-an, glm er. * P. 9a ,lulime-ton, Simttona tassctt, Nortlhampton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about 23 years of age, the daughter of ropn. table parents. The defendant was a thriving born-deiler and maltster, at Sandal, near Wakefiifd, who wans married to Miss Goanay in Jnily last. About Christmas, 1818, the pla'intiff, then 20, entered Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    do. - - - 0 It. Canning, erq. . - t W. James, esq. MI.i. 5 0 J. Wood, csq. Sandal - - S 5 Rev. T. Wetxnaoreland, do. * 1 D. Gaskell, eoq- aset.hall - 2 " J. ERgreont, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    square. T. Drew, Stourport, carpenter. [White, Lincoln's inn. - T. Jarvis, Sculcoates, builder. [Batterdeld, Gray's inn saraare, T. Lambert, Chapeithorpe, Sandal Maglta, Yorkshire, tanner. [Wigles- worth and Ridsdale, Gray's inn. J. Dickins and J. Warrick, Plymouth, earthenware.dealers. [Horten Fornival's inn. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix A (2) No. 10

    CONSIGNMENTS TO CHINA. EXPORTS FROM CHINA SEASONS. Number of Ships cleared from China, in each Season. Tonnage. Woollens. Metals. Cotton. Sandal Wood. Pepper. Cotton Goods. Furs. Bullion. TOTAL VALUE of IMPORTS. Teas. Nankeens. Raw Silk. Bullion. Total Value of Exports.

    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix A (4) No. 1

    Tonnage. Ginseng. Opium. Quicksilver. Metals. Skins. Cochineal. Peppar and Spices. Cotton and Cotton Goods Woollens. Linen Goods. Rice and Paddy. Sandal Wool Dollars. Total value of Imports. Tea. Nankeens. Wrought and Raw Silk. Cassia. China Ware. Mats and Matting Sugar

    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix B No. 29

    4,466 166,052 1,338 60,810 3,730 138,785 3,806 155,097 4,911 159,192 4,171 137,160 3,400 103,600 5,491 156,270 4,378 130,670 2,276 54,450 Sandal Wood and Ebony 2,945 47,100 4,500 67,500 4,945 59,337 4,403 57,239 2,761 35 ,893 2,341 24,956 6,834 52,080 10,000

    Cases before the Committee, May 1644, 01 May 1644-31 May 1644

    in raising money for the King; caused Sir John Savile and others to be taken prisoners; made his castle at Sandal a King's garrison; was long at York with the Earl of Newcastle; was in the garrison at Bolton Castle; Subscribers-only content

    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix A (1) No. 10

    Bullion consigned to Canton 229,623 - - - - - Cotton Do. Do. 55,515 212,291 179,623 185,198 242,405 157,386 285,706 Sandal Wood Do. Do. 4,708 - - - - - Cotton supplied to Commanders of Company's Ships, for the Amount

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 17 [Merchants] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [of India.]

    Sanders , Tamarinds, Spicknard, Bezar-stone, Alloes, Myrrhe, Rhubarb, Opium, Frankincence, Cassia, Borax, Calamus, Green-Ginger , Sugars, Sugar- Candy , Camphir, Sandal -Wood, Benjamin, Rice, Indigo, Musk, Sivet, Ambergreece, Silk both raw and wrought into divers Fabricks; many of which are

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The later middle ages The Wars of the Roses

    throne after Henry VI 's death had now been recognized by Parliament, rode north in December. He spent Christmas at Sandal , but on 30 December was utterly defeated at Wakefield . The heads of the leading Yorkists were set

    Colleges Royal Free Chapel of St Stephen , Westminster

    Dewsbury and Wakefield , co. York , with licence to appropriate. 36 To these the king added three more churches, Sandal 37 and Burton , 38 co. York , and Bledlow , 39 co. Bucks, between 1351 and 1360 ;

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Monk Bretton

    Prior of Thornholme to go to the Benedictine monastery of Bretton and inquire as to a charge by Henry de Sandal , one of the monks, against William de Went the prior, of dilapidation and other crimes. The prior was

    Index L - Z

    47. Samuel , of Y., a Jew, 47. Sanctuary Chap . (Front St. Prim. Meth. Chap.), 412 n , 415. Sandal (W.R.), 59. Sandall , Edw., 150. Sandburn Cross , 316, 501. Sandemanians , 416. Sanders , John, 541. Sanderson's

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 April 1821, 11 April 1821

    " China, I believe, are Betel-nut, Rattans, Pepper, Tin, " Gold Dust, Elephant's Teeth, Birds Nests, Sharkfins, " Spices, Camphor, Sandal Wood, and various other Com- " modities." " Is the Trade in those Articles between the Islands " and Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1821, 11 April 1821

    China, during the Period you have referred " to?" " Cotton was the grand Staple, very little else; some " Sandal Wood, Olibanum, a Gum which comes from the " Gulf of Persia to Bombay, Shark-fins, — those are the Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1821, 11 April 1821

    Rupees. 22,15,896 35,46,555 23,00,835 70,90,329 36,15,438 33,42,222 The above Imports of Merchandize into China consist almost entirely of Cotton and Sandal Wood; the other Articles being so small in Value as not to require Notice. Note.—The China Taje is reduced Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1821, 11 April 1821

    Commodities that all " Parts of India must have; these are to be purchased " with the Pepper, Spice, and Sandal Wood of these " Parts, at Prices that we please; also with the Silver of " Japan springing from Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1821, 11 April 1821

    1 Ebony - Do. Cotton - Do. Wax - Do. Sulphur ¦• Do. Camlets - Pieces Cloves - - Peculs Sandal Wood Do. Bombazetts - Pieces Broad Cloth Do. Chintz - Do. 1815-16. ,922,000 1,508 80 450 2,300 300 130 Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.19

    Place(s): Sandal (Sandall) : ecclesiastical parish Cannot identify which parish of Sandal is meant. Participant: William Wells [Wellys] Role: witness Details: male; 30 Location: Yorkshire, West Riding Place(s): Sandal (Sandall) : ecclesiastical parish Cannot identify which parish of Sandal is

    CP.H.5286

    Place(s): Whitley (Whitley) : undefined Location: Eton (Buckinghamshire) Place(s): Eton College (Colledge of Eaton) : undefined Location: Buckinghamshire Location: Yorkshire, West Riding Place(s): Sandal (Sandall) : undefined Cannot identify Sandal Location: Westminster (Westminster) : undefined reference is to the palace

 

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