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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, September 1575, 01 September 1575-30 September 1575

    [if ] he would presently marry with his sister he would be bound to deliver to his father Metz and Toull, which the Pri nce liketh not. Also the French King worketh with the Prince of Orange to hire away

    General Index, R, 01 March 1676-28 February 1677

    lieut.-col. of the horse regiment in the Suffolk militia Laurence, captain in the Suffolk militia, Rowland , George, and Edward Toull, who served in the Duke of Monmouth's regiment in Fiance, petition of, referred Roxburghe , Earl of. See Ker, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 March 1676-28 February 1677

    very mischievous in the Fews and the roads from Armagh and Newry Torpichen , Lord. See Sandilands, Walter, Lord Torpichen. Toull , Edward. See Rowland, George. Toulon , vessels for Tourneur , Sir Timothy, serjeant at law, recorder of Shrewsbury, Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, August 1676, 01 August 1676-31 August 1676

    Dom., Entry Book 46, p . 133. ] Aug. 22. Like reference of the petition of George Rowland and Edward Toull to the same effect. [ Ibid . ] Aug. 22. Dublin Castle. The Lord Lieutenant to the King. Some Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    profit by them. The sailrs a Tolo did not know that it was owing to we that their sailors at Toull ordi d -victualled. My subordinates respected me, pehaps admredwl me bu they loked on me as a severe task-master, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , et thel Geineral Auctioi Miart. Carr's Lauine. y 'V 'J. WATSON, TilS DAY (Tuesday)"the . HOUSlIl')LD FsI~JNITURE, Chlets of Toull. Beachies, ff Bicycle andi Tricycle Lanmps. TE3N ClOU LES OF FOWLS, rnd other Efferts. at 2 o'clock. cl2 Artivit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADDRESSIES.I GRATADVANCE IN f[IX" SMENCE OF Is GREAT IILEATENG. I THE 3IA2TMUM OF MSEAT. C'1YTL-YULEESS,E ECONonMY. C NTUNES, AXIS Chll H'eT IT]! TUE LNWMA UP COS% LAXjOI2, AND)ATYTQC TIET 4"BACKU-S" PATENT IIEATER, ' POUlTABIX. MEN2, I-:I.FLEC`Z`ING, A-ND STEAM w Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hel Wagrutural, any the sAle nueonn iora Bnt. M reet atisac oor cras onsgver o dieo;sal. Addrress ony bo tat1ing Toull paticulairs, 941, Daily Pest. 04505~ AGENCIES, TRAVBLLER~. -ACCIDENT Company Requireg the Services of a District D) yA~ ecretary for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cient., i f desi red. Pe Fr further ;Asrtiueulan, zqptly tO Ihe Auctioneers. 73. Pilgrim Street; or to Messrs. tChartresanod Toull, Solicitora, II, Grainger Street, NeWc;nslle~-Up-T3'tc 132 g.SALES BY PRIVATE CON1TRACT. L-N-t DX~AED T. PARKER ia instructed to L3P Dispon Subscribers-only content

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