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Lloyd's List

Lloyd's List London, England

19 May 1835

Off ALGOA BAY .. attived from Recovery, Welbank China ALGOA BAY sailed for Feb. 14. Resource, Smith Mauritius MAURITIUS arrived from Feb. 19. Aglae, Loghen Nantes 20 Sancho Panza, Spriggs London 21 Duke of Clarence, d° MADRAS arrived from Jan. 15. Lady

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Lloyd's List

Lloyd's List London, England

2 Jan 1829

LEGHORN arrived from 8ENGAL. arrived from 16 Hardware, Seward Liverpool Aug. 8. Emulous, Welbank ' Convivial, Hampton Genoa Mauritiua& Madras 18- Syren, Downing Trieste 9 Minstrel, Arkcoll London &d° 19 (/has. John, Grill Stockholm 11

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Lloyd's List

Lloyd's List London, England

12 Aug 1834

MAURITIUS arrived from May 4. Emulous, Welbank Calcutta Apprentice, Cadenhead & Cape of Good Hope 6 LadyNormanby,Teasdal Loudon tailed for May 3. Janet, Leitch Madras Australian, Goumard Sydney SAND HEADS taiUdfor Mar. 47. Renown, M‘Leod Liverpl. Off

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Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser

Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser London, England

27 Jun 1806

BROWN, WELBANK, and PETYT, Brokers, Sun-court,'Thrfiadnbedle-street good Snow AMPHI RITE, W. Ofbom master, about tons register, now lying in this harbour, about live years do, was built at uutler particular inspection, being then i:;temied for family

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Shipping and Mercantile Gazette

Shipping and Mercantile Gazette London, England

7 Mar 1846

Capt. Welbank, H.C.B. sth don 0 Capt. Sotheby, R.N.,ad 9 0 0 Captain C. Shea. H.C.S. don 5 Messrs. J. Barber ft Co. 5 5 0 Means. C. A. ft T. Ferguson 4th don 330 H. Hale, Esq I i. P. Griffith, Esq. . 6 O. W. Field, Esq John Domett, Esq I I Owner

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

5 May 1821

I Bucatiox.—Scarborough . WELBANK Jer lnfonTl Pricnds and the Public, that Jbon Staf, (combining advantages . , 'hose of Warm and Cold Battling) X ? T The School is TOt. sters highly approved Abilities. K# V?* her friends, that for the W°sr6 ' ' she receives

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

8 Nov 1834

]\ JRS. WELBANK takes this Method of informing her Friends and the Public, that she has just received (direct from the India House) a fresh Supply TEA, which she is enabled to sell at considerably reduced Prices. Strong fine-flavoured Congou at as., and

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York Herald

York Herald Yorkshire, England

2 Jan 1813

WILLIAM WELBANK LINEN DRAPER, HABERDASHER &c MINSTER YARD, YORK, Is in IMMEDIATE WANT of An APPRENTICE. letter-, Post paid WANTED. For a CenUeman's Family, near York, A COOK, tbat tin.ler__.ian.ls, and can undertake the Business of a larre Family, but

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York Herald

York Herald Yorkshire, England

4 Jul 1835

appointed trea surer, he being willing to perform the duties of tl.e office gratuitously. Mr. Xi TSON here observed that Mr. Welbanke was u-illintr to accept the office upon the same terms as Mr. Other pro- posed -,o do. Sir Thos. I.kuard proposed Captain

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

19 Jan 1828

which he 00 in nuiries wtr j tionofthe rd ?: Bierlo* was .itg&t&K overseer of r, f r reC eive authorised the Lord Mayo se „lr Welbank, and re before \»e' come to, the parties appear 10 whe and Magistrates this morning was questioned as to the possessed

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Morning Chronicle

Morning Chronicle London, England

6 Feb 1827

a bail bond. Under this representation, Mr. Lacy gave him ten sovereigns, and Welbank went away. Mr. Lacy then consulted his attorney, *ho desired hitm to apply to Welbank for a re- ceipt for ?? money. He accordi6gly ?? to him, and Wet bank said that

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

31 Mar 1821

:tl 01 g ,or > without being called •P'v y the customary regulation. He ff Particular individual who the tad* Q - ■— Welbank had been car—r feestr a hol,se at the comer of vt *W- Notice had been a,,-w; d 'ne free ; alleging w' . ,nsist ' Partitmlar

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Star (London)

Star (London) London, England

14 Aug 1801

Argylefhire At St. Nicholas Church, Newcaftic, Thomas Rol:Union, Efq. of that rlace, to Mifs Ann Frances Welbank, youngdt daughter of the late Chrilloptscr Welbank, Elq. of Mount Pleafant, near Northallerton. At Dromtre, William Webb, Ffq. Counfellor at Law, to

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Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser

Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser London, England

31 Mar 1818

Now lying in the-Middle Tier, Church Hole. G. Sergeant, Commander. For Inventories and further particulars apply Messrs. WELBANK and PETYT, Brokers, . >! 80, Old Broad-street. THE Snow BETSEY and ANN, hamebed at Stockton, in November 1814, measures, per

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Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser

Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser London, England

15 Feb 1805

whole, or any part, the Masts and Store*, he may be accommodated with the same. The terms be known by applying to BROWN, WELBANK, and PETYT, Broker*. Sun-court, Threadneedle-street. I At LLOYD'S COFFEE-HOUs£, CORSHILL, On FRIDAY, the Inst, at Two, JCK

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

24 Nov 1812

AUGUST 8, 1912. On Sunday hat, the Hon. Company's ships Winchelvea, William Moffat, Esq. Captain, & tutfnells. Robert Welbank, Esq. Captain, arrived from Madras, whence they sailed, the 23.1 July —Passenger on the former, William Bell, Earl,. The brig

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Morning Advertiser

Morning Advertiser London, England

25 May 1833

from Liverpool, 23d, the Yare, Fawcett, from Fernando Po, 25th; the Emerald, Ritzman, from the Downs, 25th; the Recovery, Welbank, from Calcutta, 26th; the Resource, Warren, from Madras, ; the Jupiter. Clark, from London, 27th ; the Solway, Proctor, from

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Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser

Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser London, England

30 Oct 1837

George, Richards, from Sydney; Sarah and Elizabeth, Wakeling, from Hull. Arrivals at Hobart Town.-— The Frances Charlotte, Welbank, from London, Rio, and Cape, and sailed for Sydney John, White, from Liverpool, and sailed for Sydney ; Frances, Kirkus, from

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Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser

Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser London, England

13 Feb 1805

the whole,'or any part, of tin: Mast* and Stores, he may accommodated with the same. The terms be known by.applying BROWN, WELBANK, ami PETYT, Brokers, Sun-court, Thread needle-street. At LLOYD’S COFFEE-HOUSE, COKNHILL, On FRIDAY, the 92d Inst, at Tw'o

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Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser

Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser London, England

12 Feb 1805

the whole, or any part, the Masts and Stores, may accommodated with the same. The terms to be known by applying to BROWN, WELBANK, and PETYT, Brokers, Sun-court, Thread needle -street. At LLOYD’S COFFEE-HOUSE, CORNHiI^E, On FRIDAY, the‘i‘Jd Inst, at Tvro

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