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  • * 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 History Online *

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    Warrants etc, May 1701, 02 May 1701-31 May 1701

    Warrants etc May 1701 May 1701 May 2. Same to the Postmasters General to pay 4700 l . to the Duchess of Cleveland for one year to 1698 Xmas on her annuity. Money Book XV , p. 407. Disposition

    Index of persons and Places, G

    Index of persons and Places G G. Gaffarelle , , Queen Mary's charity to, 402. Gailhem , De, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436. Galician , Charles, pensioner on Irish Establishment, 169, 436. Gally , , French pensioner on

    Index of persons and Places, P

    Index of persons and Places P P. Pacey (Pacy), John, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 438. -, Samuel, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Suffolk, 21, 118, 169, 177, 180, 292; process against, 429. Packer , Philip, Paymaster of

    Index of persons and Places, U, Z

    Index of persons and Places U, Z U. Ulster , King at Arms. See Ireland, officers at Arms. Uniack , [James ] , Lieutenant, half pay on Irish Establishment, 438. Uphill , co. Cambridge, lease of, 243. Upnor garrison

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MONEY MARKET. SHIRE AND PR~ODUCE M&dKETS. ~ol, 'Wali ((FRoM OURt OWN COO HESP0NDENT.) I5 LONDoN, Thursday Evening. ax di A ml1.Ch more checrful tone has been prevailing than A Yesterday in the market for pohlie securities. It s i:1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. ,(RrSENs TELzonS,.) THE CRISIS IN TURKEY. CowsrASrTnOIr',, Thursday.-The Imperial yacht Izzedin, having on board Midhat Pasha, left Syra to- day for Brindisi. ST. PETEtsBumG, Thursday. -The Golos of to-day, in an article on the recent Ministerial Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    |IMPERIAL PARLIA.MENT.| 1' ;; of (FRLOM OUR OWN REPOITERS.) th J3OUSE OF tORDS, MoNDAY. he Their Lordships 5net shortly before four o'clock-, lei ROYAL COMMISSION. th The Royal Assent was given by Commission to the fol- tri lowing bils Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTS AND PASTMEI I CC TO-DAY'S VWtUR~ES. ALuKOKDlauoe.-Wesleyans v. Lorigwood. Auoo~wa-A~tnit T2). Eothweli t21 DO. Dowrhv. Loa andt ouo 'Wakefield), BunuON.-13ildos Grewonv. Skiptiton DUzeelq .r.-Barnslsy (V~ v. Falkirk. Do. Chsk'sv. hapalthorpo. IA'rLzr..-Batley 12) v. Morley 12). Do. Upper Battey Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ifittelligesur. THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH. THte rectory of Redmans-ball, near Stockton-upon- Tees, has become vacant by the death of the Rev. Thomas Austin, INI.A. (instituted ]845.) The bene- fice, which is worth £400 a-year, is the gift of the Bishop Subscribers-only content

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