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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 14, 19 May 1690, 19 May 1690-19 May 1690

    Plunket & al. for pressing Swainston, his Servant. Upon Oath made at the Bar of this House, "That Joseph Plunkett Press-master, and Drake Lieutenant in Their Majesties Ship The Cambridge Frigett , did press Rob't Swainston , menial Servant to


    is 1579 the east wing is probably 50 years earlier than Mottiston which goes back as far as 1567. At Swainston are very interesting remains of an Early Decorated manor house, but these are probably of later date the mansion Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Books and Papers, October 1742, 01 October 1742-28 October 1742

    certificates of the quantity of coals, culm, and cinders delivered. ( b ) A copy of the report by Rd. Swainston, Solicitor of the Customs, 1742, Sept. 28, containing in accordance with the Treasury minute of August 17 last a

    Index, C, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    Metcalf, G.; Brian, T., 218; Solicitor for bonds and criminal prosecutions or third Solicitor for see Greaves, W.; Simon, H.; Swainston, R. -, -, superannuation fund for officers, history of, 498 9. -, -, warehousing. See Warehousing. -, -, weekly

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, 1-15 George II (1727-42)

    Hewson, butcher Will. Harrison Shipton, bricklayer Miles Leech, merchant taylor John Simpson, fishmonger Robert Banks, miller John Rymer, gardiner Hen. Swainston, merchant taylor Christopher Feather, bricklayer William Cotton, merchant taylor John Rennison, merchant taylor John Atkinson, winecooper William Hall, whitesmith

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LIGHT BRIGADE-NORTHERN FARKIER, Old Style-NORTHERN FAR- MELI, New Style-THE WINDOW-EXPERIMIENTS, &c. With an Illustration, " In the Garden at Swainston." HENRY S. KING and CO., 65 Cornhill, and 12 Paternoster-row. TWO NEW POEMS BY MR TENNYSON. Now ready, price Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yearls. -Highly-commendad: Messrs. lav Crawebaw adBlakleley, Bank and Sootbill Collieries, let Dewsbury. "Pretty Jane." Bay, Age, 4 yrs.-Com- ho' mended: Swainston Adamson, Esq.,Armitago, Rugaley. le "Prince." Boan, Height 12 hands, Age, 5 years, Mr. Richard Parish, Chapel Ferm, Great Barr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the time of the collision. The impiafeet desclriptions gi br of the runar way steamer eorrespond with that given by Swainston. P[r. I5oister, 'Belgiau Consul at Dove., has claimed the rewaxd offered by thle Board of Trade with a view Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. G. Sberriff, Serjeant Simon, F. Smitli, W. Smitih, LieiMtrUlat-00o1onel Stanley, .J. H. Starkle, L. Strere, Il. J. Stewart, A, Swainston, Colonel Taylor, D. Thwalites, J. Torr, T. B. Walker. Major Wyaterhonae, J. Watney, E. Wellit, J. WIhitwell, Sir .1. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Too-n Hall, BRigeley. Mir. R. C. Rowlines' provided ; anongst those prevent being the Rl-iv, r J. Seal and Dir, Swainston. Adamson (president of the Rtugeley Liberal Asaocimation). Letters oit apologyt for non-attendance were read from Air. C. B,. MeLaree, Subscribers-only content

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