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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, February 1681, 01 February 1681-28 February 1681

    II . 342, No . 9. ] Feb. 19. Dublin. The Lord Lieutenant to Sir Leoline Jenkins. The lands of Seatown, containing 215 acres, Lineham's farm, 113 acres, the town and lands of Little Newtown, alias Knockmoylstown, 90 acres, a Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, T, U, 01 January 1693-31 December 1693

    of Seaforth , Lord Seamen and Mariners , committee for sick and wounded English proclamation as to Searle , Owen Seatown Sebille , John Seche , Judith Secretary of State , the Sedgwick , Mr. William Zacheus Seditious books and Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    Lord Seaghbogh , Teige Seal of the Lords Justices of England Seamen , proclamation regarding Seaton , John Capt. Patrick Seatown Secretary of State , the Secretary of War , the Security , Committee of Sedgwick , Zackary Seditious books Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, T, U, V, 01 September 1680-31 December 1681

    Mary Seaton , , Lady Barfut Sir Alexander, of Pitmedden Sir Alexander, of Tulliebodie James, of Touch, deceased son of Seatown , lands of Sectaries , the Seculars , the Seignior (Signior), the Grand, See also Turk, the Great. ambassador Subscribers-only content

    William and Mary, October 1693, 01 October 1693-31 October 1693

    and about the town of Swords, in the barony of Nethercross, co. Dublin, formerly the property of Christopher Russell, of Seatown, who died in 1682, and afterwards (by judgment given) of his son Bartholomew Russell, who died in actual rebellion; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lincolnshire, boat olwne. [Scott and Taliollrmi , Newt *l nfields.-W. Clnughtan, Kingston-upon-lIull, auctioneer. (Ri c5 tel5 moe, Hull-C. ~. lHenville, Seatown Mills, Dor-etsibre, miller [1 n s AdrIewo, Do0,lhester.-J. l'ercival, Market Deeping, Lincolnolir e9NI5 [Brown, MarketDeeping, LincoInshire. i k Elpi.visJCO55is.-Angmt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in this Bs, and Le by comPet Instnrctom can be had by arrangement. For further particula sm apty W th Seatown, fA BrAne BVLDraib .1 ADDXEBSS. A. R. DEAss GRAND COLOSSAL FURN G PALACE, BUZL SlT17; AND CORPORATLON STRET. SPECIAL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a date'd Aug. 7.-Pet. ar. John Parmett Hull , St. Mlartin's-lane, V woollen warelsousemaOn. e HEN VILLE Constantine Phipps, of Seatown Mills, in the s, parish of Chideock. in the county of Dorset, miller, to sur. n Aug. 21), at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    done in a most extraoldinary manner. Just after mid-day on TIhursday, Alr. Ward, chief officer of the coastguard stationed at' Seatown, Chidcock, Dorset, observed a large hollowv about a mile and a half out at sea, evidently arising from a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a most extraordinary manner. Just aftor mid-day on 3 Thursday, Mr. Ward, chief officer of the coastguard o stationed at Seatown, Chideock, Dorset, observed a htrge s hollow about a mile and a haLlf out at Hea, evident y e Subscribers-only content

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