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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fghi hifu o',ionynt, a'U CdrdiaU n -ar'fron pob Un, yn'cordded job gn bedw~ar,,'r fanerjy .Y hi'fio o'iubheu Atetbpwy drefnusj ifauidy Berth, y. bwin sydd ,eidAdd,,,R.,, tir,': ttAberwystl id Wed& calluamrwna trwyn'ol i, fyied at y id 'apeI. ac yn en'giah Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a nos9 Iau. lYrhai canlytialahys- byswyd i ni-nos Fereber, ye Liangeitha, y Parchnu. O. Thomas a D Howells. Yn y Berth, y Parchn. W. James Aberdarc,,a D. Saunders. Yn Llanddlewibrefi, y Dr arris Jones. Yn Llwyi piod, y Parchn T Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    darilenodd Li a gweddiodd y Parero.Thomsa Lewls, Pennant, ac wrthy . drys anerchwyd y gynulleidfa -gan y.Paroh. .Eaoch - James Berth, yn fYr. a chy.mwysiadol. Yna .ymffiirf. . iwyd yn Orytdaith'reolaidd tua'r capel, a'r gweioidog- ion canlyool bob yn ddau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . ?) -7Atwilbbion TglwpBlg. yr Y mae Dr. Eadie wedi dychwelyd.yn llwyddianus r i f daith i Wlad Clannan. a gellir dislwyl rhyw ffrwyth hi neillduol oddiwrth *r o'i safie ef arol ei rldychweliad. vr Un o'r Sal~bothau diweddaf, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eflionydd.- Y Parchn. Thomas Owen, Portmadoc; David Hughes, iU Aberdaron; Mri. Robert Rowland, Portmadoc; John 0 Edwards, Pwllheli; G. Roberts, Berth Aur; Wil- a liam Thomas, Morfa Nefyn; Mr. Rowlands, Port- y madoc yn gynullydd. * Dsvyeain Meirionydd.-Parch. f.: John Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wivelsfield PARISH CHURCH of ST. PETER & ST. JOHN the BAPTIST WIVESFIELD

    Congregational Chapel in the angle, leading to Wivelsfield Green and Chailey North Common . A little way along this road Berth Lane (retaining the Domesday name) turns north and eventually leads into the Scaynes Hill road . In Wivelsfield Green

    The Physical Environment

    Hawkstone attracted prehistoric settlement. Iron Age earthworks like Oliver's Point and Bury Walls cap the hills or (as at the Berth ) lie in the low ground between them. Organic deficiency means that such soils are not inherently fertile, but

    Index A-J

    see Tyrwhitt-Wilson Berrington , and see Betton Abbots ; Buriwood; Cantlop ; Eaton Mascott ; Hernes Berry , Rob., n Berth , the, see Weston Lullingfields Berwick , Barons, and see Hill ; Noel-Hill Berwick (in St. Mary 's, Shrewsbury

    Index K-Z

    Cotton (in Oswestry): Cotton, n Weston , Weston Jones (in Norbury , Staffs.), n Weston Lullingfields (in Baschurch ), the Berth , Weston under Lizard (Staffs.), Weston Pk., Weston-under-Redcastle (in Hodnet ), Bury Walls , Citadel , the, Westwood common

  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, October 1562, 16-20, 16-Oct-2007-20 October 1562

    he had placed at its head, in order that he might answer certain accusations. One of her subjects named Francis Berth (who was here on business but who said nothing at that time) has written from Lubeck accusing the chancellor

    Chapter 4, Wharfage, cranage and pilotage

    with Cranes, that the Merchants' Society have rendered it impossible to obtain a berth for a ship of any draft of water, without coming to a Crane Berth, by which, Ship Owners are obliged to submit to the imposition of

    Treasury Warrants, March 1718, 16-20, 16 March 1718-20 March 1718

    for burglary; to Margaret Dalzell et al. for apprehending Thomas Mitchell for burglary; and to Simon Archer for apprehending William Berth for robbery on the King's highway. Ibid. , p. 321. C. Stanhope to the Victualling Commissioners enclosing the account

    General Index, L, 01 February 1685-31 December 1685

    Lloyd (Loyd), , captain lieut.-colonel Charles, captain David, captain, military commission to troop of Groom of the Bedchamber Edward, of Berth Lloyd, Deputy Lieutenant of Montgomery, approbation as of Mathravell, Deputy Lieutenant of Montgomery, approbation as Sir Evan, Deputy Lieutenant Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 February 1685-31 December 1685

    the Mediterranean John, named Common Councilman of Faversham Robert, a traveller from Ireland William, named Assistant of the Weavers' Company Berth Lloyd , co. Montgomery Bertie , , caveat entered by Charles, named Alderman of Stamford Treasurer of the Ordnance Subscribers-only content

 

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