Whereas George Butler, farrier, living in the town of Dovor, (from General Hawley's regiment of dragoons) having by his acquired skill and knowledge in that business, proved his abilities in cures, especially of the distemper that now reigns among the horses; ... we whose names are hereunto subscribed, ... acknowledge his performances; ... this 1st day of March 1760. Mr. Randall, carrier, in Dovor --- Mr. Loud of Wisley Farm --- Mr. Baker of St. Margaret's --- Mr. Matson of Souton Farm --- Mr. Jenkins of Oxney Farm -- Mr. Hammon of Langdon Farm --- Mr. Allen of Ber Farm. --- Mr. Wood of Wansey Farm. ...
- Butler, George, farrier.
The life of the Right Honourable Francis North, Baron of Guilford, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, under King Charles II. and King James II. Wherein are inserted the characters of Sir Matthew Hale, Sir George Jeffries, Sir Leoline Jenkins, Sidney Godolphin, and others the most eminent lawyers and statesmen of that time. By the Honourable Roger North, Esq;
- North, Roger, 1653-1734.
- MDCCXLII. 
The poll for the election of two knights for the county of Southampton, To serve in the Parliament, to be holden at the City of Westminster, the 10th Day of August, 1790; Taken at Winchester, in the said County, in June, 1790, before George Dacre, Junr. Esq. Sheriff. Candidates, Lord John Russell, Sir William Heathcote, Baronet, Jervoise Clarke Jervoise, Esq. William Chute, Esq. The Freeholders are all arranged under the several Parishes, Tythings, &c. in which their Freeholds are rated to the Land-Tax; and each Place is referred to by an accurate Alphabetical Index; and, by Way of Appendix, a Summary of the Laws of Elections, so far at least as they are at all connected with the Office of Sheriff, with the Forms of all the Oaths, &c. is added. Taken from the original poll, deposited in the Office of Clerk of the Peace, By Geo. Hollis, Deputy Sheriff, and late Deputy Clerk of the Peace.
- Hampshire (England)