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You searched for: Place: "Deeping Gate" "Deeping Gate"

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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, D

    Index D D Dabriggecourte , John, of Warwickshire, gent., 317. Dacheth. See Datchet. Dacre , Christopher, esq., 945. -, Hugh, D. Theol., 455. -, Humphrey, 130. -, -, esq., 455. -, -, lord Dacre of Gilsland, 455, 512. -, Subscribers-only content

    Index, M

    Index M M Machynlleth , Montg. See Mathe Lluur'. Machynnys Mylle. See Matchins. Mackworth , Makworth, Derb., advowson of, 808. Mades , Thomas, clerk, 175. Mafeld. See Mayfield. Magelyn , William, gent., of Wigtoft, 955 (xviii). Magor [Monm. ] Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AT the time we are writing there is no Iconfirnmation of the telegrams we published yestorday, THE LEEDS MERCURY. stating that SULErMAN PASHA had succeeded in forcing the Schipka Pass, after capturing all the Rus- Sian works. The official Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    j RFEUTXR'S telegram from Bombay, dated 'rhuir day, bays that more favourable acooats con-X ,t1. --~ in THE LEEDS MERCURY. taUC to be received of the condition ol tee crops siuI thlt rresidecy in Consequence of the recent rains. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LkW AAND JUST fE. VICE ICHANCELLOR'S COURT. ILLINGCwOrsl V MANCasST'aa A.s LEEns RAILWAY Co0r- r4s. -- His honour delivered a written judgment upon the motion to dissolve the injunction restraining the company from cutting through the banks of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CRIMES AND CASUALTIES. The Charge against Detective Inspectors. The charge of conspiracy against Chief Inspectors Meiklejohn, Druscovich, and Palmer, of the detective force, and Mr. Froggatt, solicitor, was proceeded with at Bow-street Police-court on Thursday, before Sir James Ingham, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENEBAfcjj t llsre.* A Solicitor Committed pob Trial. - At Cam*. 1 ridge on Wednesday, John Wright Neville, solici- tor, was committed for trial on separate charges of forgerj' and embezzlement as clerk to the Improve- ment Commissioners. The Subscribers-only content

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