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  • * British History Online *

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    Minute Book, April 1689, 01 April 1689-30 April 1689

    Monday. Mr. Vane and Sir William Bowes called in and heard concerning the chief rangership of [the Forest of ] Teesdale. My Lords will report the [matter of ] fact to the King. Ordered that Mr. Smith hire Berkshire House

    Index of Subjects, U-Z, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    Bearwood. Brecon. Dean. Epping. Farmingwoods. Inglewood. Lambourne. Needwood. New Forest. New Forest (Yorkshire). Nichol. Richmond. Rockingham. St. Leonard's. Salcey. Sherwood. Teesdale. Waltham. Whittlewood. Wisdsor. Wychwood. Yearside [? Yarlside ] . Wool , bonds, discharge of, 1327, 1328. conviction for transporting,

    Minute Book, October 1661, 01 October 1661-31 October 1661

    Entry Book IX. p. 106. ] Oct. 14. Petition from Arthur Bainbrigg for a lease of the King's forest of Teesdale and chace called Marwood Chace, co. Durham, which were excepted out of the grant made 1638, Nov. 9, by

    Warrant Books, March 1715, 11-19, 11 March 1715-19 March 1715

    that Teesdale was church lands and belonged to the church of Durham; at the dissolution of abbeys it came to the Crown; James I. granted a lease to the Earl of Elgin of the manor, forest and chase of Teesdale,

    Entry Book, September 1661, 01 September 1661-30 September 1661

    to Arthur Bainbridge (Bambridge) of the o ffices of forester of two separate medieties of Teesdale Forest, and forester of the said forest of Teesdale. Ibid , pp. 65 6. Prefixing : Particular of the said three offices certified out

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lawrence-Pountney-lane, corn fac- tors. Attornies, Messrs. Druce and Son, Billiter-quare. J. and M.WoodlhouseMincing-lane, West India brokers. Attor- nies, Messrs. Weston, Teesdale and Symes, Fenchurch-street. PRICtl OF STOCKS ON SATUseDAY. per Cent. Red . ...... 77 S | 3 per Cent. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bucknothamnhire, grocer. Attereieq M~essrs. J: trod J. G~regeesn, Anoel court, Thirogrnorrcrystreet. A. Gxreavres, Quleen-street, Cheeplst~e, inercharas. Arteories, Messrs. Ws-es-ton andI Teesdale, Fench rich-street. II. Syer, 113igh-street, Popla-t trober-merchant. Attorrties,Uessrs. StrattonJand Allport. Slaoredgteh A. CindnTig athdeJr SwolilLrttle Eastheabrl chFfee-dea).rs. Aittoro es, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Messrs. Foss caid eon, Esse-'-steet, Strand. I. Cfole, F. (olec. ;nd W. Wilitnrs, MI ncing-lane, brokers, Attornies, Me'-r'. c'toi; a'd Teesdale, Fenehiurch-street. R. 7 Is-card, SalferdLauccauter, butcher. -Attorney, Mr. Ofuncy, Muanchester. A. 1ieurtley, anld. l. Earlel;, Poitsmoulh, ship-chandlers. At' ,orev Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and S. Boiton, Emmett Hall, Lancas- ter, cotton-spinlers. Attoney, Mr. Ellis, Chancery-lane. R. Randall, Coleman-street, Blackwell-Hall-factor. Attornies, Messrs. \Vestorn and Teesdale, Fenchurchstreer. G. Wlrite, Li'noiouse Hold-stairs,sin pwright. Attdraiies, ,Meess- Courteen rind Rnbirnson, Walbtrook. W. hol kinsorn, Chisivell-street, Finibury-.iqnare, mercrlant. At- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. The Government of the United States has directed the American editin iofs Mr B Cullocd's "Principles of Pulitical Econm y" to be adopted as a class-book in the great Military Academy at West Point, and in the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOWES, William (1657-1707), of Streatlam Castle, co. Dur.

    co. Dur. 1679-80, 1689-90, Yorks. (N. Riding) 1690; j.p. co. Dur. 1680-?89, 1700-d., (W. Riding) 1683-?89, (N. Riding) 1683-?d.; ranger, Teesdale forest 1685-9; capt. of militia horse, co. Dur. by Nov. 1688, dep. lt. by 1701-d. Biography Bowes’s ancestors had

    VANE, Christopher (1653-1723), of Raby Castle, co. Dur.

    Boroughbridge 1689 18 Nov. 1690 Ofifces Held Commr. for recusants, co. Dur. 1675; freeman, Durham 1675; ranger, Teesdale forest and forester of Barnard Castle 1689–d. Ofifces Held PC 6 July–Dec. 1688. Biography The son of a regicide, Vane had been

    VANE, Christopher (1653-1723), of Raby Castle, co. Dur.

    1675, Hartlepool 1676; commr. for assessment, co. Dur., Kent and Westminster 1677-80, Westminster 1689, co. Dur. and Kent 1689-90; ranger, Teesdale forest 1689-d.; dep. lt. Kent Feb. 1688-bef. 1701, co. Dur. by 1701-d. Ofifces Held PC 6 July-Dec. 1688. Biography

    BOWES, Sir William (1657-1707), of Streatlam Castle, co. Dur.

    Mar. 1681 Durham County 1695 1698 Durham County 1702 16 Jan. 1707 Ofifces Held Ranger, Teesdale forest and warden, Barnard forest 1685–9. Biography Bowes’s wealth and status in the north-east stemmed not only from his family’s extensive estates but also

    MORRITT, John Bacon Sawrey (1771-1843), of Rokeby, Yorks.

    Yorks. 1806-7. Ofifces Held Lt. R. Lancs. militia 1792-4; capt. N. Yorks. vol. cav. 1797, lt.-col. commdt. 1803, lt.-col. commdt. Teesdale vol. inf. 1803. Biography Morritt, a Yorkshire landowner and dilettante, offered himself for Beverley on a vacancy in 1799.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 May 1826, 11 May 1826

    7 Geo. IV. IVMau. 321 CoraK for Privs to meet. praying, " That his Right to vote at the Election of " Peers for Ireland to sit in the Parliament of the United " Kingdom may be admitted," do Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1828

    531. — Delivered, and referred to Committee on Wool Trade, 589. Albion Insurance Company v. Mills etal.; Appeal presented, and Teesdale to enter into Recognizance, 13. — Petition of Appellant for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1829, 2 March 1829

    the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Middleton in Parish of Middleton in Teesdale, in the County of Durham, Teesdale: whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Thurgartop, Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1829, 13 April 1829

    for repairing the Road from the Hood- "~ gate, at the West End of the Town of Middleton in " Teesdale, in the County of Durham, to the Gate in the " new Inclosures called the Edge, near the Collieries Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1830, 3 May 1830

    the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Middleton ia Parish of Middleton in Teesdale, in the County of Dur- Teesdale: ham, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying, " That their Lordships will be pleased to adopt Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    (Northumberland) Place(s): Benwell (Benwell) : chapelry Participant: WilliamMiddleton [de Mydelton] Role: witness Details: male Employment: hide merchant Location: Northumberland Place(s): Teesdale (Tesdale) : undefined Bywell St Peter (Northumberland) Newlands (Neuland iuxta Novum Castrum) : township Participant: WilliamHextildsham [de Hextildsham] Role:


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