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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, June 1584, 01 June 1584-30 June 1584

    Armestrange alias Dick of Driupp a head theife, two brethren of the Whisgills that was before here executed, and one Stokoe an English rebell and fugitive" are taken and in safe ward, and one Howloose another thief slain. Recommending the Subscribers-only content

    James 1 - volume 109, May 1619, 01 May 1619-31 May 1619

    Sir John Fenwick to the Council. Has apprehended Roger Carnaby and Jas. Forster, according to orders, and also taken Geo. Stokoe, their captain, and his followers, after an obstinate resistance. Will search for Matthew Errington. May 28. Greenwich. 55. Sir Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 January 1619-30 June 1623

    Rich. Stoddart , Sir Nich. Stoke house and park Stoke d'Abernon Stoke-Bruerne Stoke's road , near Plymouth Stokes , Robt. Stokoe , Geo. Stolyon , Thos. Stone , Sir W. Mr. Stones , see also Caen and Portland stones. Stookebrandt Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, T, U, V, 01 January 1766-31 December 1769

    , Devon, vicarage of Stockwood , William, M.A., church appointments Stoke Clymesland , rectory of Stoke Newington , rectory of Stokoe , Thomas, of Heworth, coal-viewer, invention Stonehewer , Richard, Under Secretary, Southern Department, see Secretary of State, Southern Department, Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    347. John: raid on, p. 348. Tho.: unfurnished, p. 48. Stokell , Tho.: unfurnished, p. 48. Wil.: unfurnished, p. 48. Stokoe , one: a rebel, taken by Scrope, 235. Stone , the: Hunsdon's sufferings from, p. 73; could "gravell the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    until a few days since, when Bonaparse was soddenly sei2ed with serious tlness, in tfie middle of the night. Mr. Stokoe, as Sooa as the necessary forms were gone through, visited him, and fournd that he had had a slight-ipoplectic Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :tSUPPLEBEAIET TO TVK-I LO:.DMN GAZETTE EX; TII.ORDINARY, OF SA4T1rtDAr4Y, APRIL 9, .: Sti5.Dst APrciL 10, 1814. Foreitit O'GIxe, AprilJ 18, i4. CDolneFLose a-riveq this h it nit at this Otice, u ith Dllatcheq frorn Lord Vsacount BaIgherb ef which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were present agreed, that no. ' liver conplaint had ever existed. So moch for the discernment of Mietsrs O'Meara rend Stokoe. BlOt when they iproceeded to the examination df the stotich, all the suraeons instantly called out IThere is -the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The ship General Wood, 700 tons, Captain Stokoe, helon-i'g to Messrs Jardine, Matheson, and Co., left Bombay about ten months ago for China. After remaining three months at anchor in Whatttp)' Reach, she proceeded to Hong-Kong. While the ship was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Preacher to the Society of Gray's Inn will shortly bet vacant, by the resignation of the Rev. T. HI. Stokoe, D.D., late head master of KTing's College School, who has accepted Church preferment in Leicester- shire. Dr. Joseph Brown, Subscribers-only content

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