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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, May 1672, 01 May 1672-31 May 1672

    Charles II May 1672 May 1672 May 9. Harwich. Capt. T. Langley to S. Pepys. By Mr. Hewer's letter I understand you desire that as often as anything offers by my packetboats or otherwise, I should give a relation Subscribers-only content

    Index, O, 01 September 1586-31 March 1589

    Index O Oatlands : letter from Bishop of Peterborough dated at (3rd Sept. 1587), 482. Ochiltree , Lord: "lieutenant" of the West Marches, 50. Ocius (son of Darius): 383. Octavius : 133. Octavian , Emperor of Rome: 383; 387. Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Books and Papers, February 1730, 01 February 1730-27 February 1730

    Treasury Books and Papers February 1730 February 1730 February 1. 40 . Statement of opinion by the Attorney General on a case concerning tobacco from the British Plantations, the traders in tobacco from the British Plantations being informed that

    Charles II, August 1667, 01 August 1667-31 August 1667

    Charles II August 1667 August 1667 Aug. 2. Certificate by Sir Edward Spragg of the good service of Capt. Shelly by firing three of the fireships and that since the firing of his ship he has done very good Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, June 1672, 01 June 1672-30 June 1672

    Charles II June 1672 June 1672 June 4. Sir T. Littleton to the Navy Commissioners. Complaining that lately there had been great want of attendance in their clerks for making up the post abstracts and books of arrears relating Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TURNOR, Sir Edward (c.1646-1721), of Great Hallingbury, Essex

    TURNOR, Sir Edward (c.1646-1721), of Great Hallingbury, Essex Constituency Dates Orford Feb 1701 29 Jan. 1709 Orford 1710 3 Dec. 1721 Ofifces Held Gent. privy chamber 1680–5. Ofifces Held Mayor, Saffron Walden 1685; freeman, Orford 1695–1704, 1709–d., Hertford 1698,

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Orford Ness Light houses, Suffolk., 1822

    The Orford Ness Light houses, Suffolk. [lighthouse] Coastal view, with figures and boats on the rocky beach in foreground and near a lighthouse behind; another lighthouse seen in background at left; boats in the sea at right; within a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE D&Y. In the House of Lords, yesterday, the Army c 'Annual) Bill was read a second time, and the Committee stage was negatived. The Earl of CAR-s 24ARVoN asked if the FOREIGN SECRETARY could i1 furnish Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I - POLITICAL SPEECHES. Blr. Chaplin, Minister of Agriculture, addressed a meeting-of Unionists last night at-Swindon. Referring to Mr. Morley's Wolverbanipton speech, - he iaid Mr. Morley sneered at the social reforms of - the Tory party, and spoke Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THES LOSS OF THE ELBE. FINDING OF LIFEBOATS AND WRECKAGE Mr. a! S. Foster, M.P. for the Lowestoft Division, on Saturday,;received the following telegram from the Geoman Emperor: "Berlin, February 2, 1895. HGarry Feoter, sq-, M ;, -I .thank Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE WEATHER. TUESDAY.-Lnst night there was a very heavy gale from the westward on our southern coasts. This morning the winds are chiefly westerly, light to moderate on our northern and eastern coasts, and very strong on the south Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PastS-ripf. November ~>, half-past Seven P. M. No further information received respecting the contending Armies in Portugal. By the Heligoland mail of to-day, we received two letters fiom Hamburgh, one of which has de- volved to our hands, with Subscribers-only content

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