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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Swaffham Bulbeck Church

    noted natural historian, reluctance to quit his parochial duties made him decline in 1831 the place of naturalist on the Beagle , recommending instead his friend Charles Darwin , with perhaps incalculable results. When Jenyns left Swaffham in 1849 ,

    The colleges and halls Christ 's Christ's College. France modern quartering England with a border gobony argent and azure .

    he was known as 'the man who walks with Henslow', the Professor of Botany . After his voyage in the Beagle , he returned as a fellow-commoner while working up his results. W. H. W. Betty , 'the Young Roscius

    Leisure and culture Sport after 1700

    and poorly supported. 132 Beagling Beagling attracted a small but well-heeled following after the formation in 1854 of the Scratch Beagle Club, which had kennels in Brook Lane and social me etings at the Hop Pole Inn . The club

    Index A-J

    his w. Felise, Beachamwell (Norf.) : resident, Beacon : Dorothy, w. of John, see Hildersham John, Beacon (Long) Course , Beagle (ship), voyage of , Beamont , fam., beating bounds (perambulation) , n Beatrice , dau. of Ralph s. of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weithiat,. Yr oedd ei for- daith archwiliadol gyntaf-yn y 'Beagle '-mor bell yn ol a'r flwyddyn 1831, a pharhaodd am bum' mlynedd. PFrwyth y fordaith hono oedd " Mordaith y Beagle," yr hbn sydd yn parhau yn no o'r Ilyfrau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhoddi ychydig o hanes y Faregiaid, am y rhei na wyddis hyd yma and ychydig. Yn ystod mordeith y ' Beagle' i'r lHe haner can' mlynedd yn ol, casglwyd dros ddau cant o eirian a iaith y Facgiaid. . Erbyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    400 i 600 o dudalenau. Y gyfrol gyntaf yn y Llyfrgell rnewydd fydd ' Journal of the Voyage of the Beagle round the World' Darwin. Yr ychwanegiad diweddaraf at y derbyn- wyr o'r Civil List yw Dr. Fennell, yr hwn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y cyhoeddwyr fydd Messrs Virtue. Mae yn awr drydydi cyflenwad o'r ar- i graffiad rhad o'r 'Voyage in the Beagle' (Darwin) yn y wasg. Gwverthodd y cyntafa'r r ail ar unwaith bron er en bod yn gyflen- r wadau helaeth. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o gop- - ian e hone. Wedi hyny daeth allan y sill ar ol y' lla1, "Darw'in's Voyage of the Beagle," Marcus n Anrelins." no ' Epiotetus." "'Wesley and Methodism," by C. J. Snell, MA., Un o gyfres "TThe World's Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, January 1607, 16-31, 16 January 1606-31 January 1606

    ome of our new conjurers' works than to my inclination to write news, whom your Majesty shall find your true Beagle and humble servant. Copy. Endorsed by Salisbury: "23 Jan., 1606, a copy of my letter to the K'." 3

    James I: Volume 14, May-June, 1605, 01 May 1605-30 June 1605

    for Sondaye," being notes by the King of various points of business to be dispatched, "with the Counsal, with the Beagle [Salisbury ] , and with the Bishoppe of Canterburie." June 22. 52. Bp. of Hereford to the Earl of

    James I: Volume 15, July-October, 1605, 01 July 1605-31 October 1605

    24. 105. Earl of Salisbury to Sir Thos. Lake. Change of the soubriquets given to himself (by the King), "from Beagle to Tom Derry, from Tom Derry to Parrot." Objects to the Bishop of Bristol's request to purchase all recusants'

    James I: Volume 10, November-December, 1604, 01 November 1604-31 December 1604

    his subjects," which is to be publicly read before the Commissioners. Incloses , 40. I. The King to "My little Beagle ," [ Lord Cranborne ] . Concerning the Act of Union. He has no intention to promote Scotchmen to


    July 31. See Nichols, op. cit. ii. p. 264. James gives Salisbury the following account of the interview: My little Beagle, I have been this night surprysed by the Venetian Ambassadoure, who, for all my hunting, hath not spaired to


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