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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Yarlington Yarlington in 1838

    to the south, before crossing the western boundary at 70 m. (230 ft.). In the east a small hill at Seamark 77 wood (143 m. (468 ft.)) separates the plateau from a second valley which marks parts of the eastern

    Index K-Z

    Ric., Lord Scrope (d. 1403), Ric., Abp. of York (d. 1405), Wm., fam., Seabrooke , Thos., Seagrave , see Segrave Seamark , Chas., Dorothy, Seaton , Anne, m. Eusby Catesby, Edw., Joan (fl. 1313), Joan (fl. 1476), Nic., fam., Seaton

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, S, 01 October 1760-31 December 1765

    on condition of entering, see Criminals, pardons, & c. Seal , Great, see Great Seal. Seals , engraver of the Seamark , Thomas Search , right of, disputed Seaton , Christopher, Esq., engraver of the Seals, warrants for new Seals Subscribers-only content

    Index, M-Z, 01 January 1764-31 December 1767

    petition of, 333. -, James, of Virginia, estate of, 86, 98. -, Stearndal, of New York, 92. -, Captain, 126. Seamark , Thomas, memorial of, 46. Searle , James, lands for, 401, 413. Seccondee , West Africa, 362. Sedgewick ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    extras 2;- total, 78. .Piclcseickc: Preston 11, Albut 4, twv n5 Richards 0&, Hunt 0, ones 0, Adams 0, BrIggsel2. Seamark 4, iteatI 0, Evetta 0,Tloys (not out) 0, extras 3; total, 34. 'f OLD MrETING v. FREE, FoRE$TERS.-Tbsis match Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lOs. 62; IL A. Ward, iOn. 3d.; Tabs Ilrclhere. lan. iii. ; S. Fuilsed and Son, ISa. a W. S Seamark, lOs.; It. Smith. iOn.; IV. rhillisnon, ISa.; Hyde 13'c'thean, 16n.; K itolasoson. i4s. 101; Anglo-Basatian Brewery Company 14n. EL; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coats. It was subsequently ascertained that the rabbit and shirts had been stolen that momsing frorm the premoises oEfA~illiano loumler, Seamark Buildings Oliver Street-Tho prisoners wore committed for trial at the Quarter Scssions. -. A ROGUE AN]D VAGABOND.-Fdward Fmnbeeose (19), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bur- bidge 30-22; W. J; Clayton, 29-f6; Garlick, 54-20; Hordley, 29-10; Hunt, 53-44 ; Ingall, 54-40; Morris, 30-27; Power, 53-33; Seamark, 39-34; and Strutt, 30-29. -Thee was no other business of interest. BUST OP THlE LATE GEOOY E DAWSON.-We have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1; total 69. Star of Haspe Peyton 0, H. MeSteker 0, Widdosrsou 4, Coluichaw 6, P. Wassall 1, Hands 4, Seamark 0, Phillips 8,Y V. HcStoeker 0A Reed 4, W. Wassail (not ot) 0. extras 2; total 29. KINOWVrJn V. Subscribers-only content

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