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  • * British History Online *

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    Mary, August 1557, 05 August 1557-28 August 1557

    command of 500 soldiers. 200 are under the command of Mr. Crippes and Mr. Herbert. Nicolas Alexander, captain of Newnham Bridge, a man of very good experience in service, valiant, politic, and of good conduct, has the whole charge of

    Index, N, O, 01 January 1550-31 December 1552

    dated from, 5, 224, 287. -, 83, 134, 150, 208 note , 221. Newcastle , 78, 166, 180, 593. Newnham Bridge (near Calais), 499. Nicolas , French captain in Italy, 344. Nieuenart , Count of, 378. Nieuport , letter dated

    Mary, January 1558, 01 January 1558-28 January 1558

    page . ] Jan. 4. 7 p.m. Guisnes. 714 . Lord Grey to Queen Mary. The French have won Newnham Bridge, and thereby entered all the low country and the marches between this and Calais. Also Ruisbank, whereby they are

    Henry VIII, August 1528, 1-10, 01 August 1528-31 August 1528

    the mouth, presented your letters dated Tittenhanger the 9th ult., to me your Deputy, granting him the captainship of Newnham Bridge, with certain soldiers of the retinue here, named in the placard to Sir Rob. Jerningham, late warden of the

    Simancas, February 1559, 01 February 1559-28 February 1559

    with the French on their promise to return Calais to her within six years with the district round including Newnham Bridge. The King (Philip) in the meanwhile to appoint arbitrators to settle the differences between her and the king of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Eastham

    (xi cent.). This parish lies 11/2 miles south of Newnham Bridge station, to the south of the River Teme , the river forming its northern boundary. It is extremely irregular in out line, Hanley Child projecting to the south and

    Parishes Lindridge

    passes through Knighton , and the Tenbury and Bewdley branch of the Great Western railway has a station at Newnham Bridge in Knighton . The land rises northwards from the valley of the Teme to heights varying from 300 ft.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SEYMOUR, Robert (c.1480-1545), of Ivy Church, Wilts. and London.

    of Alderbury, Wilts. 1526-?d.; sheriff, Anglesey 1527-34; gent. usher, the chamber by 1528; warden, Melchet forest, Wilts. 1530-1; capt. Newnham Bridge 1533-9. Biography Since his fellow-Member was Sir John Seymour of Wolf Hall, Robert Seymour may be taken to have

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pak. THE l -JUlJ)OW HOUNDS.-At half-pad Ta. Tuesday ..... ,Ja. 3 .... HoPi Park. iftiday. .... . 6 .... Newnham Bridge. THE QUORN HOUNDS.-At B3lon. Monday .... Jan 2..... Widtnerpool In. UAdAy ...... 3 ..... Belton. Thursday .... ,, 5 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , Hilton Park. TH1 LUDLOW HOUNDS.-At saV-paS e,,. This day ...-.Jan. 3 ... Hopton Park. )Friday ...6... , 6...,,,,. Newnham Bridge. THE QUORN HOUNDS.-At Eleven. This day .... Jan. 3.S ., Belton, Thursday,, ,, 5 Copt Oak. Friday ....,, 6.....,,,, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pandefcrd. THE LnDLOW HOUNns, at Iaetf.past TenJiUhis day, Doc. l, Kyre Turnpike; Tuesday, Dee. 4, Yarpolo; f°day, Dec. 7; Newnham Bridge. Min. M. INGoReAMs HoUNDS, at a quarter b4fore Blevee.- This day, Dc. 1, Wichnor Plrke; Tseesday, De' 4 )cdleston Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6, lValosby Village. Tim, WilATIAND Hou.i;l, at Jlalfulast 'tui-Friday, l)oc. 7,Spooolibii. TuH LUDooW HOUNDlS, at hotfieast Tel.-Friday, Deo. 7, Newnham Bridge. hTn. MI. lNCIoul31S H OUNDS, at a qraarter before lilevez.- Thicusedry, Dec. 0, Otaibourn; Saturday, Dec. 8, Swasrlstoaa Bridge. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tion of Lindridge. Following on the trail, and proceeding with his enquiries, Mr. Anderson heard from a rondimen near Newnham Bridge, that White had met with a person named Bridges, a dealer in crockoryware, and was sellng the horse and Subscribers-only content

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