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Map of Hampshire
Borden, Burgates, Chithurst, East Liss, Fyning, Habin, Hill Brow, Iping, Liss, Liss Forest, Milland, Rake, Robins, Rogate, Sheet, Steep Marsh, West Liss, GU30 7, GU33 6, GU31 5, GU33 7, GU29 0, GU32 2
Map of Staffordshire
Armitage, Brereton Cross, Breretonhill, Handsacre, Hill Ridware, Mavesyn Ridware, Pipe Ridware, Rake End, WS15 4, WS15 1, WS15 3
July 1643: Ordinance for Indemnity of the Mayor of Hull, and also for seizing the Forts, and the Persons of Sir John Hotham.
Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660
July 1643 Ordinance for Indemnity of the Mayor of Hull, and also for seizing the Forts, and the Persons of Sir John Hotham. July 1643 [10 July, 1643.] Whereas Thomas Rakes, Mayor of Hull, Sir Mathew Boynton Knight
Memorials of London and London Life in the 13th, 14th and 15th Centuries
and that the rakes should be put back again, upon every tenement extending
Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 41, 1734-1735
direct exportation of Sugar urged, 192. Exuma Island, salt raking at, 457.
Calendar of Home Office Papers (George III): 1766-9
Errata Errata. Page 56. Seventh line from bottom. For rake read take. 152. No. 403. Misplaced. For 12 Jan. read 12 June. 318. Tenth line from top. Insert and before approving. 336. Last line of No. 872. For Henry
Ancient and Historical Monuments in the County of Gloucester Iron Age and Romano-British Monuments in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds
with rake. Scale unknown Withington. (2) Villa. Mosaic, now in B.M. (cf. Pl.
London Debating Societies 1776-1799
inadmissable.' Morning Herald 2005. November 10, 1796 Westminster Forum RAKES - TO THE LADIES 'Is the commonly received opinion true, "That Reformed Rakes make
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Interregnum, 1651
General Index R R. R, D. Rabenett, Thos. Raby, co. Durham Radcliffe, Mr., see Ratcliffe. Radman, Jas. Peter Rakes, Alderman of Hull Ramage, David authority to Randall, Wm., assignment to Randolph, Ambrose, keeper