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  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 13, July 1560, 01 July 1560-31 July 1560

    the horsemen sent out of Oxfordshire. July 22. 11. Certificate of musters for the county of Oxford. July 23. Melford Hall. 12. Sir Wm. Cordell, Master of the Rolls, to Francis Yaxley; his dear friend Sir Ambrose Jermyn desires to Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, July 1560, 21-30, 22 July 1560-31 July 1560

    use his influence that Sir Ambrose Jermyn be excused from coming to Court to welcome the King of Sweden. Melford Hall. Signed . Orig ., with seal. Add. Endd. Pp . 2. [July 24. ] 362 . The Queen to

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    (1), 691 (4.) Menningen , 416 (1). Melancthon , Philip, 52, 138 (4), 655, 656, 736 (2), 763 (1). Melford Hall , 361. Melrose , 619 (12), 623 note , 661, 722. Melton , 942 (6). Melun , 410, 411

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    216. Corbet , Sir Andrew, 218 (2), 743. -, Richard, 707 (1), 906 (1). Cordell , Sir William, of Melford Hall, letter from, 361. Corfu , 519. Cormay , Randan, Abbot of, 27 (1), 534 (1). Cornea , Ascanio della,


    to conclude the Treaty of Peace, called the Treaty of Leith, 1561. In 1578 he entertained Queen Elizabeth at Melford Hall; died, May 17th, 1581. Edward, ninth Lord Clinton; Lord High Admiral, 1551, again in 1558; created Earl of Lincoln,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CORDELL, Sir John, 3rd Bt. (1677-1704), of Melford Hall, Long Melford, Suff.

    Bt. (1677-1704), of Melford Hall, Long Melford, Suff. Constituency Dates Sudbury Nov. 1701 Ofifces Held Freeman, Sudbury by 1703. Biography Probably returned on his own interest at Sudbury in January 1701, Cordell was included in the ‘black list’ of those

    BUC, George (c.1563-1622), of London and Chichester, Suss.

    They were connected with the Heighams and Tilneys of Suffolk[footnote] and with the Howards. Buc’s grandfather, Robert Buc of Melford Hall, Suffolk, was with Norfolk at Flodden. Buc himself was probably educated at Chichester under his brother-in-law Henry Blaxton, who

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and vicar of Fisherton Delamere, Wilts,. On the 21st inst. in his 60th year, Sir William Parker, Bart. of Melford Hall, Colonel of the West Snifelk Militia. On the 10th inst. in Whitechapel road, Mr John Grice, in his 80th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir William Parker, Bart., D.L., late of Melford Hall, Long }lel- ford, Suffolk, personalty £24,000.-Of Lady liezaiich Anne Georgiana Dorothy Grey, widow of the Revtbhe Hon. Francis Richard Grev-, rector of Mworptl, Northumberland: personalty £17.000.-Of the i:t-It Hon. Lady Alexandra Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHARE. Registered provisonall y pursuant to Act 7 and 13 Vie, 0. SIlIN PaOVISION~AL COMMsIT-TrE. Sir HYDE PARKER, Bert., Melford Hall, Suffolk. Sir JOHN PAGE WOOL), Bert., Glaseawood House, Essex. Cot. ADDISON, Sudbury. N. C. ISARNARDISTON, Esq., the Ryes, Sudbury. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. SILVER.- WOOD, Of Cluckheaton. t Or the 21st inst., at DIevonport, aged 71, Sir HYDE PAIRRR Bert., of Melford Hall, Sudbury, Suffolk, and Talton House, Wor- cesttsh ire. Y Same day, HARRY WILLIa, infant son of Mr. War. IbfoA11iELLS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SunFonx.-The disease is committing serious ravages at Melford, several farmers having lost fine beasts. In the park attached to Melford Hall, the country resi- dence of Lord Alfred Paget, 11 beasts were killed on Thursday, besides others which had died Subscribers-only content

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