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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y mater-8 . yn derfynol. . ; te; . Olt Maifi-cholera yn ddychryfeydd m\7af i. iwedi weled .7 0 ue1 Ayres eto. Dywve ' ewybiou dniddai o'r lle-am yr 11 . d fod a 100 o farwolaetl) hono yn ddyddiol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1Ieg o lonawr, 1872, y mae Mr. Parish, y Consul Prydeinig yn Buenos Ayres, yn.anfon Ilythyr y Parch. M. -D. Jones i'r Gweinidog Pry- deinig yn Beunos Ayres gyda llythyr o'i eiddo ei bun. 'Zn ei despatch y mae y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyda pfedtiapgos Li wn fod.ynr hyfa.ymhiab pet]x9r lathj ddwy ochr [ Li'r. ddalen.;..4nfmd4 urll. rsawdifue- -gopi a',r des- 3: pakthesaoBuanO! Ayres. a, naar yr iniadeg, o bosb], ag yr- , fawyd lwy, i-r; ,Amjeriaj i ddarfu eu *; ,y~n~wyaia ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    np r yvn Cymiag6Ss, tiy- tdecbheubdd tyri'anghyafod? Jrgddynt a a ' mae yn ymddwyn YB a tug : , IBuenos Ayres. Y pwnc miewn dadi n a~Wr- j4 w sefy;y terfyn-au," ai im~afe' BrAzil wedi. ~mgyme~ry &,'sfylaT~yg~tl~h1, yv r 3iiX Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fdaenorol. Yr ydym wedi cael n. llong gan y Llywodraeth i redeg yn ol a blaen i Buenos - a Ayres. Gelwir hi ' Llong y Wladfa,' ac y mae dan r reolaeth Lewis Jones, yr hwn sydd yn derbyn Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hanborough Church

    to his son William and to Thomas Ayres , to whom Thomas Culpeper , son and heir of John Culpeper , quitclaimed it. 13 At the request of Archbishop Laud, Sandys and Ayres conveyed the advowson to St. John's College

    Somerset Record Office Accumulations

    County Council Records C/E education department Other Deposits D/N/wsc West Somerset Methodist Circuit records Photostats and Microfilms T/PH/ay F. J Ayres (TS. of the Revd. W. Holland 's diary) bscs Bath Stamp and Coin Shop no Northamptonshire Record Office pro

    Parishes Ogbourne St. George

    remainder on Thomas Potter in 1688 . The residue of Francis Goddard 's holding was sold to Thomas Ayres in 1621 . Ayres , or another of the same name, held the lands in 1676 and in 1689 his sons

    Industries Musical instruments

    who kept a shop in the Inner Temple near the church door, advertised in the second book of his Select Ayres and Dialogues , folio, 1669:-'If any person desire to be furnished with good new virginals and harpsicons, if they

    Eynsham Introduction Eynsham 1762

    major part in the evolution of the Oxford Down sheep. 66 Several surviving Eynsham families, including those of Wastie, Pimm, Ayres , and Buckingham , were established in the parish by the 17th century or earlier. 67 Eynsham 1762 This

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 February 1691, 10 February 1692

    December, One Thoufand Six Hundred and Ninety-one, where¬ in Judgement is entered for William Ayres againft Thomas Hall; Counfei appearing this Day for the Defendant William Ayres in the Writ of Error, but no Counfei appearing for the Plaintiff Thomas Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1691, 10 February 1692

    Error, affign. in aliqno non " obftant. Et vilterius per eandem Cur* Parliament. " prsed. confiderat. eft, quod praed. Will'us Ayres recti- u peret verfus prted. Thorn. Hall Vigint. Libr. eidem " Will'o ad Requifitionem fuam, pro Mifis et Cuftag. Subscribers-only content

    15 December 1704, 15 December 1704

    Epus. Sarum. Epus. Cefir. Epus. Petrib. Epus. Cicefir. Epus. Carliol. Epus. Bath & Well. Upon reading the Petition of Francifca Ayres Widow, Executrix to Anne Lloyd Widow, deceafed ; fhewing, *' That Anne Lloyd, the Petitioner's Mother, hath lain a Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1704, 1 February 1705

    of Hartington,) to enable them to mortgage " the Jfame, for Payment of Debts j and, fubjeft there- 7 " unto, g t H. C. wi Ayres vtrfus Viner Sc 3 Belays in Writs of tor. to pi *9lt, Bill Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1704, 1 February 1705

    fhall be read a Second Time To-morrow; and all the Lords fummoned. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Frahcifca Ayres Widow, for Confirmation of a Decree made in the Court of Chancery, by the Mailer of the Rolls, the Subscribers-only content

 

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