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  • * British History Online * *

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    Supplementary Records, Staveley

    their report. Ibid . 1709 7 October. Indictment and Order to repair Hugill Lanine from the Broad Gate to Rustan Smiddy. Also the laine in Nether Staveley from the bridge end, near the chapel, to Roadridd (Ratherheath) Beck. K. Indictment

    General Index, S, 01 October 1672-28 February 1673

    for grant of petition for grant of Slingesby , Col. Walter, storekeeper at Portsmouth Sluys , packet from Smidge or Smiddy Sand , the, off Bridlington vessel lost on Smith , Abraham, alleged seaman, ticket of Francis, of Cornhill, London, Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, November 1672, 01 November 1672-30 November 1672

    if the wind come landerly, and good weather, most of them will be saved. One more is foundered on the Smiddy Sand. Wind N.N.E. [ Ibid. No . 120. ] Nov. 4. Hull. W. Griffith to Williamson. Sir Solomon Swale Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the sound of the chapel bell. John Smiddy's holding was first vis~ited; amid a labourer named Scamnsell was evicted, Smiddy residing elsewhere. Scaminell was reinstated as caretaker. At Michael Kirk's house the bailiffs force-d an entranceethrough thie winidows. On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to. Lavinia Lily, only daughter of the late Leman Blauchard, Ecq. At Fewaton. by the Rev. J. Gurther, Mr. George Smiddy, anter, Ripley. to Ann eldest daughter of Mr. Josh. Darn- book, farmer, B1avrab 'ark, HUT a dro] MO~I. most Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    two lodging roomus, paerloser, 000 kitchen, dairy, andl other cornvenierieoc, with. or coithout garden antd pti' ostble. Apply to GeLorge Smiddy, flilingliall. c- YEtA1ON.-To be LET, SPRING WVELL am, COTTAG~~~~~E, wvith the Garden, and Paddock adjoining. Tise I lbpremises arc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    order and Savings Bank business will be carried on, has this day beca established at the shop of Mfr. I Smiddy, 139, Itesanwood-read. This office will be officially known as the "'SacLeville-street It. 0." ScanH LEEDS LIBERAL AS;SOCIATION, -LaSt 'evening Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this, the only intimation.) SntonY.-On the 13th inlst, at S, atinrel-grove. Armley, aged S6, Louisa, the beloved wife of ThomaLs Smiddy, and dsughter or E. A. Topham, North-street, Leeds Intermant to-isirtow (Wednesday at Woodhouse Cemetery, at 2.30 p.m.) Sw~rMG.-December 13th, Subscribers-only content

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