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  • * Victoria County History *

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    de (fl. 1361), Jas. (fl. 1691), n Mary w. of Nathan, Nathan (d. 1700), n Revd. Nat. (fl. 1707), Lady Hall , in Moreton , see Upper Hall Lagden , Ric. Thos., Lagefare , Eus. de, Lake , Canon M.N.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - ' Tra bryna dyffryu, a dol-a thelyn A thalent farddonol; Pery mad siarad siriol, Y wirad hon am Lady Hall." Y mae y ty lie y ganwyd Arglwyddes Llanofer bron fel yr oedd ddechreu y ganrif hon, a'r ystol Subscribers-only content

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    boxes were graced by the presence of great numbers of the fair sex, including Lady Mary Fox, Lady Napier, Lady Hall, &c. Shortly after four o'clock MIr Baeshaw, the chair- man, entered the theatre, accompanied by Sir B. Hall, Sir Subscribers-only content

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    to defeat their opponents. At the con- rlu~isin Sir B1. all retired, amidst enthusiastic applause, and was jointed by Lady Hall. who was in the gallery, with equal demonstra. tions outside.-Mr Clements moved, and Mr Hart seconded, a motion for Subscribers-only content

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    Pladame Graham, Mrs Grote, Lady Chantrey Drand'Mrs George Robert Smith, trh Rev. Henry Mi. Egan, Colonel Lloyd Watl;ins, M.P., Lady Hall, of Llanover, Mrs Mildman, ier and Mrs T. Young. Signor Biletta gave a seena from his new opera, ' Subscribers-only content

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    of any expenditure for experinents. A main ot twenty-two cocks was fought near Evydale on Tuesday, between Kirkby and Lady Hall, Milsom, for Y£25. Kirkby lost by one battle. The police surprised the coekfightere, who went towards Broughton, and having Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, May 1538, 26-31, 01 May 1538-31 May 1538

    VIII. S.B. 66 . Sir Edm. Howard, lord Howard, and William lord Howard. Licence to alienate the manor called Lady Hall, alias Upper Hall, Essex, and all lands, & c., in Morton Shelley, Alta Laver, Parva Laver, and Bobyngworth, Essex,

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