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  • * British History Online *

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    State Papers, 1654, July (4 of 7), 01 July 1654-30 July 1654

    enemy advanced towards our lines, and the day following, he was a league from them, and posted upon the river Scarp, and another small river. The advice we have is, that he has got nine thousand horse, and six thousa

    Appendix, The 1715 Commission for Army Debts, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    contractor ] had a considerable loss by the sinking of a boat laden with malt at Thuin on the river Scarp in the way to Douay in the year 1711, at the same time that the enemy set fire to

    Index, T, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    729. Thorpe (Thorp) , Roger, gentleman, royal bounty for, 6, 157. Thorrowkettle . See Thorowkettle. Thuin , on the river Scarp, boat laden with malt for the Forces sunk at, 807. Thurland , Mary, a malefactor transported to Jamaica, 172.

    Index, S, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    captain, commander of the Scipio frigate, 203, 204. -, Robert, esquire (fled and absconded for rebellion), personal estate of, 483. Scarp , river, 807. Scawen , Anthony, deceased, landwaiter in London port, 595. -, Sir William, security for Richard Houlditch,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERARY. P HR I EN O L O G Y. PhrenooGpy, aend How to ase it in Analysinrg Character. By Nicholas Morgan. Longmans, Orthodox Phrenology. By A. L. Vago. Simpkin, Marshall, and Co. The foundation of phrenology-that the brain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cotter (24f), boatman, Thomas Street, was charged with being in coin- pany with two others, and stealing a quantity of Scarp iron, the property of Messrs. Milner and Co., Mlill Street Ironworks; Caroline Olvens (418), mar- ried, 63, Aston Boad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Western, let Dlort. 1,000 dols.. redeeneahle 1992, 7(13, 7; ditto, Cousoli- dsted Mortgage Bonds, Biachoffeheim3 Certiicates, 413, 23; ditto, Beorganes.tion Scarp, 101a, l; Ereo Sherea, 100 dote., all paid, 51, 603, 1i, a0, 3i, 13; ditto, 6 per ent. Convert. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Registrar of the Court of Warwiick, and on his rnominationt Mr. LDie J. Sharp (Doessre. Luce J. and 1. 54. Scarp, accounetants, Birminghnm) had been apnoiseted receiver, and investigated the debtors' affairs, of which thl following i thce result:- To Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Webbrr. killine twenty-seven of thc enemy adl as on our side there c'ece wounlSct Liecitenant Lloyd, Sergt. :I'E Mlulligan, Corporal Scarp, C. Jordann, and Captain Van *o- Do Vventer. Onl tice Eccic border- prospects are more ie peacefucl.-Tbices, 2n<c Bdition. Subscribers-only content

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