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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, S, 01 September 1586-31 March 1589

    19; a commissioner for Fotheringay (Sept. 1586), 44; a commissioner, 308. Saul : 192; 430. Savoy : ambassador of, 669. Saunton , Thomas: witness of piracies, 512. Savage , John: trial of (13th Sept. 1586), 12; treasons committed by, 16; Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, December 1587, 01 December 1587-31 December 1587

    laden with salt, spoiled near Portsmouth by a double fly-boat called The Flying Horse of London. Witnesses; Andrew Malcomb, Thomas Saunton aged 40, and Andrew Gilbert aged 50. Salt, money and goods worth 166 l . 29 June 1577, The Subscribers-only content

    Killington and Firbank

    16. Ingelard de Sainton (or Santon) held one twentieth of a fee in co. Westmorland; Testa , 412. John de Saunton released to the canons the land in Colpethwait held by Bartholomew de Beckeley; Chartul. of Cockersand , 974. 1235

    Yorkshire Fines, 1589, 01 January 1589-31 December 1589

    Cave and Preston, and 30 messuages, 30 cottages, and 2 mills with lands in the same and in Riplyngham, Loundgarth, Saunton, Hathame, Huthame, Middleton, Cottame, Drewton, Everthorpe, Mickelldale, Newball, and Bilton. A warrant against Dame Duglas Sheffeild , the mother

    Index of places, K-Z

    19, 137, 167. in par. of Thirske als . Thriske, 10. Sandhutton , 131. Sandwith , 70. Santon , 10 Saunton , 121. Sawden , 156. Sawley , 8, 18, 42, 47, 134, 187, 203. Hall als . Salley Hall,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Austin friars of Hull

    in 1298 , when the king gave the friars 13 s . for three days' food through Friar Robert de Saunton . 3 From the royal alms (5 s . for one day's food in 1300 by the hand of

    Botany

    last apparently not having been previously detected as a British plant. The neighbouring shores of north Devon from Lynton to Saunton are particularly rich in marine algae, and it is therefore probable that dredging off the Somerset coast might prove

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Manton . r AnIr s c ley b 1'. Srott. I19 Stauntolbn v h Tapic -. 2j 'Tennis Ibt b Saunton ... 12 E. W. Sott S Taphl NichotLs cStnctcnbE.Sco.t i1 Skelton miot out ............ 6 Astbury b E. Scott Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M-ls'eron Tatudarv, 22, Miranly liili; Monday, 0. Aston Ingham; Waein", 1 daye . 'chrulay 1, Stathun ; ' ritlay, 3, Saunton; Saturday. 4, tinlly Buoh. LiD'nOS (at 10.33).-Satusdas-, January 23, Craven Areas. M1Eo'xes1. (at 11).-T'lis t.a:, Janaar's 27, 13uttermilk JTii;; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be from sonth to north. The movement wva also felt at Braunton, abant three miles to the east of Saunton S=d&' A correspondent of the S&takw, writing from Pem- broke Dock,.gives the following account of the shocks experienced in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    working of this Act having been arranged by the Home Secretary, Aldermar Saunton, as a Birmingham justice, has addressed to Mr. Asquith the following letter, pointing out some of the chief objections to the Act and its operation as experienced Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the native informants. Notably, in referring to a boulder of red granite in a hollow of the raised beach at Saunton, he tells us there is no other red granite nearer to it than Dartmouth, although there is a similar Subscribers-only content

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