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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    were passed during the previous two months. The other provinces are in the same favourable condition. The land revenues of Southland and Canterbury show a large increase, and to such an extent in the latter place, that the Provincial Council Subscribers-only content

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    Messrs Coutts and Co., has been appointed manager of the London Financial Association.-The sub- scription list of the Otago and Southland Investment Company is closed. -The share list of the Commercial Finance and Agency Company is also closed.-A meeting of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shares of the following companies: London Provincial ilfarine Insurance (new shares) 3Millwall Iron Works, &c. (Limited); and the Otago and Southland Investment (Limited). All are to be officially marked. In the last- mentioned instance the settlement oficially applies to transactions Subscribers-only content

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    half-yearly dividend at the rate of 31 per cent. per annum.-The first report of the directors of the Otago and Southland Investment Company (Limited), to be submitted on the 11th May, recommends a dividend at the rate of 6 per Subscribers-only content

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    Janeiro, have announced the payment in fall of their liabilities anl their resumption of business.-Tbe meeting of the Otaiqo and Southland Investment Company took place on Thursday, when a dividend was declared for the half-year, at the rate of 6 Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BAWLE, Robert.

    the Cinque Ports, who had, since 1589 successfully opposed the independent faction in the borough, led by William Southland. None of the Southland party was known to be present at the 1593 election. The burgesses for New Romney were appointed

    SOUTHLAND, William (d.1598), of Hope, New Romney; later of St. Andrew's, Holborn, London.

    William Southland and others of his confederacy’. Southland was ‘suspended from the franchises of the said town, and from all authority and government in the same’. Some of the land owned by the borough, and the town seal, which Southland

    THURBARNE, Robert, of New Romney, Kent.

    in local records in the early 1580s, when he was one of William Southland’s faction. The fact that he and Southland were both returned as Romney’s representatives to the 1586 Parliament is an indication of their control of the town’s

    MYNGE, John (d.c.1605), of New Romney, Kent.

    of Elizabeth’s reign. At first associated with William Southland, he afterwards identified himself with the lord warden, Lord Cobham, who was increasingly hostile to Southland. By 1588 Mynge was described by the Southland faction as ‘a pernicious enemy to the

    DURDENT, Edward (d.1397), of Durdents in Denham, Bucks.

    DURDENT, Edward (d.1397), of Durdents in Denham, Bucks. Constituency Dates Buckinghamshire Nov. 1390 Buckinghamshire 1395 Ofifces Held Keeper of Langley Marish park, Bucks. 30 Aug. 1395-d. Biography The family of Durdent held a manor in Denham from the mid

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Horley

    many times at the beginning of the 17th century. It passed successively from Carew to James Cromer , 81 William Southland , 82 George Huxley , 83 and finally, in 1606 , to Sir William Mounson, 84 a distinguished admiral,

 

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