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  • * British History Online * *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1521-25

    Traynhome and Wharleton. William Fitz William, kt., Edward Borough, esq., William Skipwith, junr, esq., George Hennege, clerk, Robert Hennege, John Skewes, and Richard Heton Robert Ughtred, kt. The manors of Kylineweke, Tollethorpe, Fymour, and Owlesthorpe, and lands in the same.

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1501-1502, 01 January 1501-31 December 1502

    appointment of John Franke and William Bounde as attorneys to convey seisin. Dated 4 January, 17 Henry VII. Witnesses: John Skewes, Thomas Meryng, Thomas Tempest, John Parker, John Wiclyff, Humphrey Dacre, William Swane and others. Henry Aylmere to the same. Subscribers-only content

    Letters and Papers relating to the Navy, &c., September 1656, 01 September 1656-30 September 1656

    station. 95 " " Jno. Greene, Deptford . " Account of ships fitting out at Deptford 96 " " Stephen Skewes, Fame, Leith Road . " Washed and tallowed at Burnt Island, but has been prevented getting in his provisions Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, 01 July 1656-31 May 1657

    Sipton , co. Suffolk Sittingbourne , Kent Skelton , Capt. John Thos., letter of Mr., of Oxford Skepper , Rich. Skewes , Steph., letter of Skinner , Lady Mary Thos. letter of Skipper , Capt. Skippon , Col. Phil., Major-general Subscribers-only content

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1735, July-December, 01 July 1735-31 December 1735

    5. Petition to the Treasury from John Payne et al. For proclamation reward for arrest of Henry Rogers, late of Skewes, Cornwall, for murder. Reference Book X., p. 61. Treasury warrant for the execution of a Lord Chamberlain's warrant. For

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bode and D. Thomas, St. Edmund's Hall; C. E. Crellin, W. J. Holden, W. F. Howlett, W. J. Riclhmond, J. Skewes, X. J. Udall, J. V. Mills, and W. Wingate, unattached students Herbert JRicmnlayes, Christ Church. Bachelor of Dvlinity: 11. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    through Want of food, and mothers v had only orue garment on. In answer to Fr &. S. Mander, Mr. Skewes saul that althsu h had met with terrible cases of distress co~ue~4i upon drink, yet that his worst cases Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wes the appoint- lerit its hull. sees. of the lev. Enoch Franks (New Coll- nexion) and the Riev. .1. 11, Skewes (curate of St. George's). It was next resolved that relief he giCen to Inen and their families who were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    received £:25. towards the rtartifee of at eew fund-The 11ev. H. Franks (ljoiithon. secretary I with tbe Itev. J. 11, Skewes) oxeall thatesone influential gentlemen In the tofet d eclined to cont-ibuto because they believed that tbe eBoard of 6nardiA11s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Alder- men. NAVAL CoUs.M r1,AL-A naval court-martial, held on board the. flagship Black Prince, at Devonport, yesterday, ordered Richard Skewes, gunner of her Majeety¼s ship Neptune, reserve ship at olyhead, to be dismiSsed his ship and lose one year's Subscribers-only content

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