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A History of the County of Hampshire: Volume 3
his villeins in the tithings of Hound, Shotteshal (Satchell), and Sholing
Two Calvinistic Methodist Chapels 1743-1811 the London Tabernacle and Spa Fields Chapel
Brothers Satchell and Myddleton to be examined for labourers. ... or such other places as the brethren shall direct. Agreed that Brother Satchel (after ... Starkey Middleton Obadiah Satchel...
Survey of London: Volume 16, St Martin-in-The-Fields I: Charing Cross
and a leather satchell worth twopence and fifty pounds in numbered moneys being in the same satchell." A sum of about 42, found on the criminals, some of which was derived
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in City of York, Volume 1, Eburacum, Roman York
or wooden frame, and, no doubt, carried in the owner's satchel. A number
Records of the Worshipful Company of Carpenters Volume I: Apprentices' Entry Books 1654-1694
Satchell filius Thome Satchell nuper de Easton in Com Rutland fuller defunct,
Historical Account of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Including the Borough of Gateshead
September 24, 1783, and immediately after married Miss Satchell, a favourite
Old and New London: Volume 1
and my satchel over my shoulder, I was hardly able to climb the gates and stiles."
A Topographical Dictionary of England
part of the twelfth century. Satchell, with Hound.See Hound. SATCHELL
Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 8, 1685-1689
Edward Leggatt, Roger Satchell, William Hart, John Leggatt, Fra. Skinner, ... Will. Satchell, John Jeanes, George Gillard, Franc. Bartlett, James ... Smith, John Satchell, Alegen Leversedge. co....
Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 15, 1617-1619
of satchel, one half of red cloth and the other black, fastened to a narrow stole. There were other gownsmen in long cloth gowns with satchels of red