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    PAPILLON, Thomas (1623-1702), of Fenchurch Street, London and Acrise Place, Kent.

    PAPILLON, Thomas (1623-1702), of Fenchurch Street, London and Acrise Place, Kent. Constituency Dates Dover 16 Jan. 1674 Dover Mar. 1679 Dover Oct. 1679 Dover 1681 Dover 1689 Dover 1690 London 1695 London 1698 Ofifces Held Member, Mercers’ Co. 1646, History of Parliament

    PAPILLON, Thomas (1623-1702), of Fenchurch Street, London and Acrise Place, Kent

    PAPILLON, Thomas (1623-1702), of Fenchurch Street, London and Acrise Place, Kent Constituency Dates Dover 16 Jan. 1674 Mar. 1681 Dover 1689 1695 London 1695 1700 Ofifces Held Member, Mercers’ Co. 1646, master 1673–4, 1682–3, 1692–3, 1698–9; member, Eastland Co. History of Parliament

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    Pack - Pyers P PACK, Christopher Dep Cripplegate Without, 1647 (1) Ald Cripplegate, 4 Oct 1647-22 Sep 1653 removed to Bassishaw-Sep 1660 disabled by the Act of Oblivion (2) Bassinghall Street, St Michael Bassishaw, 1640, 1659, Crutched Friars, 1641, British History Online

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    BXB.TBS. April 16, at No. 11, St. Ann's Villas, St. John's Wood, Mrs. Edward Hoblyn, of a daughter. April 18, at the house of her father, the wife of the Rev. Henry H. Evans, perpetual curate of Ley tons Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BIRTHS. April 20th, at Hertford, the wife of George Elm, Esq., sur- geon, of a daughter. April 22nd, at Chigwell, in this county, Mrs. Peter Doyle, of a son. April 22nd, at Bay View. Torquay, the wife of the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BIRTHS. April -2utli, at Hertford, the wife of George Klin, Ksq., sur- geon, of a daughter. April 22ud, at Chigwell, in this county, Mrs. Peter Doyle. of a son. April --'-2nd, at Hay View, Torquay, the wife of the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Seatfj of tfjc Heto. JFofw papillon, of lUtiJttt. The venerable and much respected Reitor of Lex- den^ the Rev. John Papillon, passed peacefully away at his residence, the Rectory, about six o'clock on Saturday morning last. The deceased has Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BIRTHS. Dec. 9th, the wife of Mr. Henry Baker, solicitor, Bishop's Stortford, of a son. Dec. 16th, at Little Park, Eulield, the wife of C. Walford, Esq., of a daughter. MARRIAGES. Dec. 5th, at Great Dunmow, by the Rev. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BIRTHS. Doc. 16th, at Little Park, EuiielJ, the wife of C. Walford, Esq., of a daughter. MARRIAGES. Dec. 12tb, at St. Andrew's, Ilalstead, Mr. William Knipp, glover, High Street, to Elizabeth, widow of Mr. Thomas Allen] Dec. lith, at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    APPOINTMENT OF SHERIFFS At the Privy Council held at Windsor yesterday the following sheriffs were appointed for the year 1885 :- j Bedfordshire- James Harter, Cranfield Court. j Berkshire- Sydney Hankey, Heathlands House, Woking- ham. BUCKS- Lewis Hall, Farnham Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    •^■vmThland route. - weekly I 1 ■ \imi-SICATION by STEAM to INDIA, Src, via Egypt. XJt J* fist LA R and ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COM- Tbe i ■ '.. ,assei:gers, and ,eccive goods and parcels for the FA>^ „ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ■cffEYMOUTH and CHANNEL ISLANDS I \\ <TEAM-PACKET COMPANY ,' Limited).- BTEAM COM- ■taWtloN between WEYMOUTH and ALDERNEV and ] iii-l" ; Ot'"G. - Shortest Sea Route- On and after the 2d Bept., ' cv \. y tlie CYGNUS, AQCILA, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    I>!or<i; f,F Canter srßT. - At Lambeth Palace, • - <^;-y. the Aichbishop of Canterbury, in the presence . '„ ' CH: ' 'eiieral (Sir dames l'arker Deane, Q.C.), and *■-' ' J *i:ic!pa! iU^i-trar (Sir Jolin Hassard), his Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE NEW SHERIFFS. J. he names of those wbo were nominated for sheriffs ia the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice on the Morrow of gk Martin are as follow :- (Excepting Cornwall, Lancashire, and Middlesex.) Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    - .1 ;-h. .-p. ->AT.T.OTTtMATI> : one who ..->., h.r dm ies, jiaips. „e.; also Thorouphly- .'• • ■ ' "i »•- t_li, .-arly I-I.--IS, ami in goad , . 1:1 .»:; ...in-ly, ym«t situation ; goorl wajjes ...:..:_ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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