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  • * British History Online *

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    137, 156. Twilleries. See Tuileries. Twing , , servant of the Percies, his warrant, 172. Twisell. See Twizell [co. Northd. ] . Twizell [co. Northumberland ] , 44. Tyboles. See Theobald's [Herts ] . Tyndall (Tindall), Thomas, 314, 344. Tyndall

    Index, T

    89. letter dated from, 264. Tweddye , Captain, 352. Twiste , Thomas, 118. Twithnam Lodge , letter dated at, 482. Twizell (Twissell), co. Durham, 354. Tynwell , letter dated at, 455. Typper : William, 398. -, 433. Typpin , ,

    Index, T

    to Lord Mordaunt's son, 528, 626. Tuttye , John, examination of, 499. Tuxford [Notts. ] , postal endorsement at, 84. Twizell , (Twysell), [Northumb. ] , letter dated at, 132. Tyndall : Humphrey, letter from, 137. Sir John, 465. Tynedale

    Index, T

    Captain, 84, 93, 137. William, 271. William, Alderman of Colchester, 342. -, a Suffolk pirate, 115. Turwhyte , Mr., 364. Twizell (Twisell), [Northumberland ] , letter dated at, 168. Tylberye. See Tilbury. Tyler. See Tiler. Tynemouth (Tinmouth, Tinmothe), papists flock

    Index of names and places, T

    See Twizell. Twisse , Robert, fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, i. 831. Twist : Dr. William, Prolocutor of the Assembly of Divines, i. 183. of Newbury, i. 181. Twist for bandstrings , ii. 1221. Twistlethwayt . See Thistlethwaite. Twizell (Twisell,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    priotrd sti large paper. A, HIbllipY of BRITISH FOREST TREES, A "16"'u~yIndigenous and Introdaced. By PDEAuu JONN SEnnBY, Esq., of Twizell. Piurc V, published November 1st, contains 23 Poreraits of Trees and .otbcr "Iflstrations. From Eight to Ten lMonthly Parts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B. M. Willcox, William Pinney, A. E. Cockburn, Richard M. Fox, W. Sharman Crawford, Alex. Ha~stie, W. J. Fox, J. Twizell Wlws, J. Pilkingten, lryse Loveden, William Hutt, William Evans, Thomas Sidney, B. Hall, P. T. Locke Mine, J. Macgregor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    new House of Commons is 30,1001. The expense already incurred in respect of the residences is 74,0001. MIr J. Horn Twizell, eldest son of the iember for South Shields. was found dead in a shallow stream near Hexham, on Saturday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in his fifty-ninth year. In 1827 Mr Wawn married Miss Horn, by whom he had one son, the late Mr Twizell Wawn, who was drowned while fishing near Hexham. His first wife dying, he married in 1833 Miss Matterson, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an only daughter, married to Captain Lambert. MnR JON PRIDE AiUX SELBY, of Twizell. House, Nortlhum- berland, and Ightlain Mote, Kenlt, died lately at his residence at Twizell, in his eighty-seventh year. Mr Sclby's name is familiar to all British Subscribers-only content

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