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  • * British History Online * *

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    Declared Accounts, 1704-5, Ordnance

    Declared Accounts, 1704-5 Ordnance Ordnance Declared Accounts : Ordnance. Audit Office, Bundle 1861, Roll 115. Account of Charles Bertie, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Office of Ordnance For the year 30 June 1704 to 30 June 1705 (being his

    James 1 - volume 81, September 1615, 01 September 1615-30 September 1615

    James 1 - volume 81 September 1615 September 1615. Sept. 1. Grant to Robt. Bendbo of the office of a Messenger in the Exchequer, for life. [ Grant Bk., p . 154. ] Sept. 2. 76. Statement of the Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, Miscellaneous, 1559, 01 January 1569-31 December 1569

    Elizabeth Miscellaneous, 1559 Miscellaneous, 1559 1569. 572 . Proclamation of Charles IX. Commands all gentlemen and others who are liable to serve in the ban or arriere ban, to repair to the army under pain, in case of refusal

    Entry Book, May 1682, 2-10, 01 May 1682-31 May 1682

    Entry Book May 1682 May 1682 Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference. May 2. Same to the Navy Commissioners to assign for payment out of the Navy's weekly money the 179 l . 2 s . 0

    Declared Accounts, Ordnance

    Declared Accounts Ordnance Ordnance Pipe 2675. Charles Bertie, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance. From 30 th June , 1689, to 30 th June , 1690. Charge. l . s . d . Remains 2,361 0 10 Arrears 120,792

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HARDRES, John (1675-1758), of St. George’s, Canterbury.

    HARDRES, John (1675-1758), of St. George’s, Canterbury. Constituency Dates Canterbury 1705 1708 Canterbury 1710 1722 Ofifces Held Freeman, Canterbury 1700; capt. Sandown Castle, Kent ?1705–1710, 1713–1715. Biography The Hardres family had a long association with Canterbury, one ancestor having

    BERKELEY, Sir Charles II (1630-65), of Whitehall.

    BERKELEY, Sir Charles II (1630-65), of Whitehall. Constituency Dates New Romney 1661 17 Mar. 1665 Ofifces Held Groom of the bedchamber to the Duke of York 1656-62; keeper of the privy purse 1662-d.; asst. R. Adventurers into Africa 1665.

    NORWOOD, Henry (c.1614-89), of Leckhampton, Glos.

    NORWOOD, Henry (c.1614-89), of Leckhampton, Glos. Constituency Dates Gloucester 20 Apr. 1675 Ofifces Held Capt. of ft. (royalist) 1643, maj. by 1654; capt. of Sandown Castle 1661-3; lt.-col. Lord Rutherford’s. Ft. 1661-4; dep. gov. Dunkirk Mar.-Nov. 1662; col. of

    HOLMES, Sir Robert (c.1622-92), of Whitehall and Carisbrooke Castle, I.o.W.

    HOLMES, Sir Robert (c.1622-92), of Whitehall and Carisbrooke Castle, I.o.W. Constituency Dates Winchester 26 Oct. 1669 Jan. 1679 Newport IoW Mar. 1679 Newport IoW 1685 1687 Yarmouth IoW 1689 1690 Newport IoW 1690 18 Nov. 1692 Ofifces Held Cornet,

    HOLMES, Sir Robert (c.1622-92), of Whitehall and Carisbrooke Castle, I.o.W.

    HOLMES, Sir Robert (c.1622-92), of Whitehall and Carisbrooke Castle, I.o.W. Constituency Dates Winchester 26 Oct. 1669 Newport IoW Mar. 1679 Newport IoW 1685 Yarmouth IoW 1689 Newport IoW 1690 18 Nov. 1692 Ofifces Held Cornet (royalist) by 1643; capt.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Brading

    Parishes Brading BRADING Brading, originally said to have included the whole of the eastern seaboard from Ryde to Bonchurch , is one of the largest parishes in the East Medine. Till 1894 Bembridge and Sandown lay within its boundaries,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DYDDIAU'R TADAU. LEWIS WILLIAMS U LANFACHRETH. |rhP gyl ya (Parhad o'r rkifyn diweddaf.) . *g4 Ymhen yr wyt auoa, yr wyf yu m-.idwl, 3,r oe id' g9c cytarfod gweddi nOs Sal o fawn oddeutu milldir i'm oartref, mewn lie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOREIGA' IJVTELLIGE.IVE. FRAN CE. PAPTS, JAN. I.-The annual prize of 3000 livres, fominded by his Majesty the Emperor and King, for the best experiment made in the course of the year, on thel Galvanic Fluid, has been decreed to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. Bcierring to the saterment that 15,000 guns, costing 18s. each, had been sent from England since the setting out of the expedition of Garibaldi, the London correspondent of the Leeds oiacary says -' It appears that the guns Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRIVATE COPRESPONDENCE. LONDoN, Satarday. The Lord Wardenship of the Cinque Ports is vacant by the death of Viscount Palmerston. It is in the giftof the Prime Minister of the day, and the head of the Government only follows official Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. A Maine clergyman has his sermons printed, and ceom copies to absent parishioners. The yacht Thistle is advertised for sale in New Yorw It is reported that a sumn of S35,000. Las been offered f liar. o It Subscribers-only content

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