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    James II - volume 3, March 1688, 01 March 1688-31 March 1688

    has entertained Thomas Hackett, M.A., rector of Whittington in the county and diocese of Gloucester to be her chaplain at Sarkhall, co. Warwick, granting the said Hackett a dispensation to be absent from his rectory during such time as he Subscribers-only content British History Online

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 June 1687-31 March 1689

    appointment submitted to by Fellows, letters from, letters to, warrants to death of, widow of Thomas, petition of Park Hall (Sarkhall), co. Warwick Parliament Acts of address from, to Prince of Orange Charles II's, meeting of called by Prince of Subscribers-only content British History Online

    General Index, S, 01 June 1687-31 March 1689

    Edwin (Edward, Edwyn) Henry, military commission to Miles, of Miserden, pardon to Captain William Saona (Savonah), Isle of, West Indies Sarkhall . See Park Hall, co. Warwick Sarsfield , Colonel Patrick, letter to the King Patrick, sen., petition of Sartre Subscribers-only content British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not a miserable 43s for tbeir wheat, but obtained 120s- (loud cheers). The resolution was then put and carried. Mr. Sarkhall, printer, London, proposed the next resolu- tion, which was to tbe effect that tbe operative classes throughout the country Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POOLS, Die. is Thb SMiT_i»iaLD Clob OATt_aBHow.- Local Pxti-. Winhibs.- The Smit-Ae-d Club Cattie Show was one_!J on Monday morning, and although there wae a failirVow in the number of cattle exhibited, aa compared with __« year, the number Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WHAT SOUTHAMPTON FOLKS SAY. That the Southampton "bean feast" season is now in full awing. That the New Forest-just now in all its glory- is the favourite rendezvous. # That the America oup challenger, Shamrock, con- tinues to be Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE MOON'S CHANGE- Mat. Last quarter, 28th, 30 minutes past six morning. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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