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  • * British History Online * *

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    William III, October 1697, 01 October 1697-31 October 1697

    the going out of any privateers and to call out those that were abroad. This was ordered accordingly. Read Captain Wakelyns letter of the 10th inst. from Spithead, giving an account of Nevill's squadron and the great mortality that had Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cookes - upon Cranes, and. °" . /• Creeting All Saints Barber William Sir Thomas Chas. Eunbury, Bart. Whtingham-haH with Wakelyns in Fressingfieli Bulmer Joseph Thomas Morse, Esq. Mbnewden with Solliards Clements Edward f3oh. n Hay^S -^^ Jas-Go°deve ] Thorpe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : w' { ! Tenement thereon, situatein FKessiscfitLfl^aS* 'I'he premises arc copyhold ofthe Manor ct " ;: J tingham with Wakelyns, subject to aa a'""* quit-rent of 12s. .}d. and land-tax (to he appor- tioned) about 21.105. per annum. Possess* Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thereon, sit uate ir. Fr eld,Su fl'olk . Tbe premises are copyhold of the Manor of Y.'it- tingham witb Wakelyns, subject to an annual quit-rent of 12s. 4d. and laud-tax (robe appor- tioned; about il. ies. per annum. Possession Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Savage Lloyd* Esq. Hintlcsham Bird Samuel Mrs. Mary Moore Earl Stonham Barber William Sir Thomas Charles Bunbuiy, Bart. Wittingham-hall with Wakelyns, in Fressingfield Baldrcy John Fisher Lord Huntingfield { H jjj*™'™ " M T e * aH with Wootten , Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Camp " Button Mardn Charles Garneys, Esq. Gisleham with Pyes Barber WiUiam Sir Thomas Charles Bunbur y, Bart. Willingham-hall with Wakelyns, in Fressingfield Balls Robert Chas. Baticlay, Esq. Henstead, Henstead per Pounds, and Poynings {Culford, Ingham, Timworth, Brome, Oakley, Thrandeston, Subscribers-only content

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