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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar y RHTJFEINIA1D. Cloth let- JJ tered, 4s. 6c. Half bound, 5s. 6ic Calf, 6s. Dr. HODGE ar yr EPHESIAID. Cloth lettered, 4s. Half bound, 4s. 6c. Calf, 5s, 6e. Anfonir un neu y ddau uchod trwy y post yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar y RHUFEINIAID. Cloth let- LJ tered, 4s. 6c. Half bound, 5s. 6c. Calf, 6s. Dr. HODGE ar yr EPHESIAID. Cloth lettered, 4s. Half bound, 4s. 6c. Calf, 5s, 6c. Anfonir un nen y ddau uchod trwy y post yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar y RHUFEINIAID, Cloth let- D tered, 4s. 6c. Half bound, 5s. 6c. Calf, 6s. Dr. HODGE ar yr EPHESIAID. Cloth, lettered, 4s. Half bound, 4s. 6c. Calf, 5s. 6c. Anfonir un neu y ddau uchod trwy y post yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RHFEINIAID, Cloth let. d 1J tered, 4s. 6c. Half bound, 5s. 6c. Calf, 6s. c Dr. HODGE ar yr EPHESIAID. Cloth, lettered, f 4s. Half bound, 4s. 6c. Calf, 5s. 6c. , Anfonir un neu y ddau uchod trwy y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HODGE ar y RHHUFEINIAID, Cloth let- Lltered, 4s. 6c. Half bound, 5s. 6c. Calf, 6s. Dr. HODGE ar yr EPHESIAID. Cloth, lettered, 4s. Half bound, 4s. dc. Calf, 5s. 6c. Anfonir un neu y ddau uchod trwy y post yn Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1579

    men. 26 May 1579. Calf hird . Matho Wilsone is maid and constitut calf hird, quha hes fund Patrik Bell cautione for administratione in his office, and is ordanit to have vj d. for ilk calf and his meit daylie

    Appendix: poor laws, 16 February 1831, 16 February 1831-16 February 1831

    the Calf as his Property; the Hind is not allowed to have that. When a Hind has a Cow of his own, he fattens his Calf, or makes the most he can of it. In the other Case, the Calf

    Appendix II, Descriptive list of commodities

    glass, 340; Milan, 296; steel, 435 Cables, 3. See also Basts Calf-forrel, 487. Forrel, a vellum-like parchment for book covers. Calf skins, 785 Cambric ('Camerick'), 503. A fine white linen cloth from Kamerijk (Cambrai) in Flanders. Camlet, 45; unwatered, 781;

    Cecil Papers, December 1577, 01 December 1577-31 December 1577

    the Lord Treasurer's, this examinate, Thomas Smyth, dwelling in Scrope Place, Holborn, Matthew Smyth of Westminster, formerly of the Gilden Calf in Shoe Lane, and Andrew Careless, alias Fleetwood, all appointed by the procurement of Pendred to have robbed the

    Parochial Records, Cardiff School Book, 1815-1840

    1815-1840 Cardiff School Book. Quarto Calf. Commences Thursday 20 July 1815. At a Meeting held at the Guildhall of the Town of Cardiff, on Thursday the 20 th day of July 1815, the Most Noble the Marquess of Bute in

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Soham Economic history Soham 's Fens Under Inclosure in the 1630s Soham 's Uninclosed common Fields and Commons in the 1840s

    Bracks . 77 East of the village lay the East fen, 502 a., mentioned by 1374 , 78 and the Calf fen, 206 a., whose name, thus reported by the 1570s , 79 was often worn down to 'Qua fen'

    Townships Hutton

    tenements to the canons, the details providing the names of several places in the township-The Marsh , Crooklands , Lairclade, Calf (brook), & c.; also half the fishery of Stammine and three nets in the Ribble within the bounds of

    Soham Soham in the late 20th Century Soham Village c. 1650

    commons, including ten on Calf fen and nine on the Holmes , of which at least 27 were apparently inhabited. In 1628 six cottages had recently been put up on 'lakes', once used for fishing, in Calf or Qua fen,

    Townships Pleasington

    de Redish and Joan his wife, Roger de Whalley and Alice his wife. It lay between the Greenfield , the Calf hey, Hollingreave and the water of Elisburne. 27 In 1467 John son of William Redish conveyed his part to

    Domesday Book 1875-1985

    311,564 Total Crops and Grass 692,282 720,016 716,442 714,747 700,952 694,616 682,180 688,715 677,834 Livestock (numbers) Cattle in Milk or Calf 52,304 61,250 76,755 85,919 93,910 110,346 120,399 141,226 158,403 Other Cattle 82,223 108,508 121,303 131,734 117,903 128,678 131,335 153,790

 

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