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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, C, 01 December 1652-30 June 1653

    , Miles Caux , Jas. de Cavaliers Cavendish , Elizabeth ? Countess of Newcastle, pass for Charles, Viscount Mansfield Caversham Bridge Cawley , Wm., member of the Council of State placed on committees Cawood , co. York Cecil , William, Subscribers-only content

    Index, E, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    Middlesex, wastes in, 161. Engineer , that built the Edistone, 234. Englefield , Sir Francis, holding fishing rights at Caversham Bridge, 426. English , Somerset, Underhousekeeper at Hampton Court Palace, 182, 419, 449, 483, 600. Engravers , 200, 615. See

    Index, P, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Lancaster, 424. -, William, Marquess of Northampton, fishing rights at Caversham Bridge, 426. Parrot , William, merchant, permitted to reduce imported rum to proof, 594. Parrots , in Royal Household, cages

    Henry VIII, December 1544, 26-31, 01 December 1544-31 December 1544

    p . 5, m . 27. 2 . John Peppys. Lease of the meadow called Frogmershe and Horshott beside Caversham Bridge, Berks (Berks in one S.B., Oxon in the other ), late in tenure of Wm. Curteys, which belonged to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    quest on the bodies of the unfortunate young men, Hawkes and Heath, on Saturday afternoon, atthe White Hart Inn, Caversham Bridge, and from the evidence given it appesrs that the deceased were observed quietly rowing together about a quarter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the -ncighhourhood of Caversham during the last few days, was drowned by the upsetting of his canoe, near Caversham Bridge, yesterday morning. Mo could swim, hut was unable to extricate himself from the 3vcede. The body w as recovered Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Caversharn during, un r- the last few days, was drowned by the upsetting of his d, canoe near Caversham Bridge yesterday morning. He co' y, could swim, but was unable to extricate himself from TE he the weeds. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the neighbourhood of Cavershama during the last few days, was drowned by the upsetting of his canoe near Caversham Bridge on Wedes- l day morni ng. He could swim, but was unable to extricate himself from the weeds. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is very broad, and a numb~er of emai islainds are a-eu, dbttea sh)out the river. The I distancec from: Caversham Bridge To Psa~ghourne, cur d estination, is SiX midles, and the distance fromn Pang- bourne to Oxf'ord sboot fortr miles. Subscribers-only content

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