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You searched for: Place: "Abney" "Abney", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * British History Online *

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    General Index, A, 01 January 1676-31 December 1678

    parish , (Virginia), 726, 891. Abbott , Lieutenant John, p. 264. Abernethy , Lord George, his slavery in Barbados, 1476. Abney , Paul, master mariner, ill-treated by Spaniards in West Indies, 1118, 1241, 1498, 1516. Acadia , 986. Accomack (Virginia),

    Further addenda and corrigenda

    After the election of Lawrence, who was a Tory, on May 7, 1713, seven of the nine Whig Aldermen present (Abney, Heathcote, Humfreys, Peers, Fryer, Conyers and Delm ) at once withdrew from the Court, and so prevented there being

    Henry VIII, October 1537, 26-31, 01 October 1537-31 October 1537

    & c.; with the rectory and patronage of the vicarage of Rotherham, and all lands and tenements in Brampton, Birchefeld, Abney, Chesterfeld, Shirbroke, and Glossopdale, Derby, with the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Glossopdale, which belonged to the

    Stoke Newington

    Abney, Esq. aged 20, (son of Sir Thomas Abney by a former wife,) was put in; on his death in 1716, Sarah Abney, aged 13 (daughter of Sir Thomas by Mary Gunston); on John Gunston's death about 1729, Mary

    America and West Indies, September 1680, 01 September 1680-30 September 1680

    losses and sufferings of Paul Abney how the Admiral seized him, confiscated his vessel with her cargo of cacao, and obliged him by threats and cruelties to sign a bill of sale, and how Paul Abney saw at the same

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of papers up til the hour of adjournivent-three o'clock. The attandarnce wiap again very large. In the Geographical Section, Captain Abney read a paper on "'The nnultiplication of miips aend ptIlns in the field, and the importance to an army Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    through Iilnse1. __ EstajUhled 23 Scas. Splenldid sheam siodoto a-vrkohono; abott ' 300,00 neglativeg. In a good country town.-Addmns, i., Abney K 5 Who, Slobs 8 oaheiuloto-. c3860 _ GLASS, China, and Fanoy lunoiatss for Diepoetil, by plivuta K. _ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    far.- Sir George Keluewich would be the principal secretary of the new board, and his assistant-secretaries would be Sir William 'Abney and Mr. Bruce. The assaistant secretary for techna- logical studies had not yet been appoiritecd The bill was based Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'j'o.d,, i'lr; tlil' 'xli 0 ,aii'; r iicljlo rl~llfc hiw ai.iesiiiC / by ihaotro' JIt AwIT I,. T111WS1 W loT'tFiLLr, ~ jaell tsat~i t~oi( 11.0II b OIL" a. A' Iit' lili AY Clti' Al:; li:ic ic' rxtt T i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for life. One of the cading layiuen amonilg the Nonconfolrmists iln the begimiinfiig of the last century Was Sir '.t'licnts Abney, 'hou ill 1701, held the oelice of Lord Meyoi of London. Sir 'I'thomias had great Wealth, snuh lived in Subscribers-only content

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