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John Whitehall

(fl. c. 1630—1690)


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Whitehall, John (fl. c.1630–c.1690)

436 From John Howe Whitehall, London, 12 March 1657/8

447 From John Howe Whitehall, London, 13 April 1658

453 From John Howe Whitehall, London, 25 May 1658

455 From John Howe Whitehall, London, 1 June 1658

457 From John Howe Whitehall, London, 3 June 1658

Letter 84 Sir John Vanbrugh to Tonson Whitehall, 5 November 1719

Letter 85 Sir John Vanbrugh to Tonson Whitehall, 29 November 1719

Letter 88 Sir John Vanbrugh to Tonson Whitehall, 31 December 1719

3. Preached to the King in my Ordinary wayting at White-hall, 18. Aprill 1626. [John 14: 2]: 18. Aprill 1626. [John 14: 2]

328 By the King. A Proclamation for the apprehending of Mr Denzell Hollis, Sir Arthur Haslerigg, Mr John Pym, Mr John Hampden, Mr William Strode. [Whitehall 6 January 1642]

JACKSON, John Whitfield- (1847 - 1910), Principal Clerk, Paymaster-General’s Office, Whitehall; Deputy to Assistant Paymaster-General; and a Special Commissioner of Income Tax

DUNN, John Messenger (1838 - 1904), Principal Clerk, Paymaster-General’s Office, Whitehall (retired); Deputy to Assistant-Paymaster-General, and a Special Commissioner of Income Tax

318 By the King. A Proclamation commanding Henry Percy, Esquire, Henry Jermyn, Esquire, Sir John Sucklyn, Knight, William Davenant, and Captain Billingsley, to render themselves within ten dayes. [Whitehall 8 May 1641]

65 By the King. A Proclamation for the Apprehension of John Holland, and Robert Blow, Gentlemen, late servants to the Earle of Lincolne. [Whitehall 21 March 1627]

301 By the King. A Proclamation for the repressing and punishing of the late Rebellious and Traiterous assemblies in Lambeth, Southwark, and other places adjoyning; and particularly for the apprehension of John Archer, George Seares, William Seltrum, and divers other Rebellious persons. [Whitehall 15 May 1640]

 

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(fl. c.1630–c.1690)

John Whitehall was a barrister and author of two works critical of Hobbes. Both were written very much from a lawyer's point of view and therefore had much ...

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