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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    A ttorasiess aesses. Ciarte, Richards, and Medeilf, Chancery-lane. R. Webb, Winslow, Herefordshire, farmer. Attorney, Mr. Rthason, Tenbury, Worcestershire. S. Wite, Calver, Derbyshire, grocer. Attorney, Mr. Ellen, Crirlisle-street, Soho. J. S. Aihe, Liverpool, merclianit. Attorpies, Messrs. Taylor and Rosrcoe, Teiple. T. Subscribers-only content

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    UaE POLICALEXAMINER. I ' pry s tie madness of many for the gain of a few, PoPE, No. 612. Mu. COBBETT, AND WHAT IS WANTED IN PARLIAMENT. lry say that Mr. COBBETT will really get into Parlia- nlent. lWe Subscribers-only content

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    [Makin. son and Sanders. Elm court, Middle Temple. S. Kent, Salford, Lancashire, victualler. [Bower and Back, Chancery lane. H. Mason, Calver, Derbyshire, cotton spinner. [Walmsley and Co. Chancery lane. D. Worthington, Manchester, four dealer. [Adlington and Co. Bedford roow. W. Subscribers-only content

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    Wapping, coal merehant-Novemer lo J. Huntos, Bishops" i Sraol Baxetic hava ~ dv- lT-ebi;14iSdO~O Threadneedle street, merchant-November 14 H Mason, Calver, Derbyshire, cotton spinner. CERTIFICATES. November 11, J1. Hoar, Oxford, irollomsger-..November 14, V. Jay, Castle lane, Southwerk bridge road, silk Subscribers-only content

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    until it was dark; but, it being evident that the rebels were completely broken, he halted for the night at Calver Fontein. In the hope of overtaking and capturing the train of waggons, he marched next morning, the 31st, at Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume G 259, August 1655, 01 August 1655-31 August 1655

    by Mr. Hunt, receiver of Dean and Chapters rents. Also Mr. Reason of Chesterfield has taken upon him to let Calver tithe, producing a lease from the trustees for 6 years, for maintenance of Edw. Pryme, minister. Both of these Subscribers-only content

    Journal of the House of Lords, March 1559, 01 March 1559-30 March 1559

    . 2. parte tertia Indors. Rot. Pat. A . 17. R . 2. parte prima . Ubi apparet, quod collector Calver Apostolic in Hibernia Sacramentum suscepit quod totalit r evertebat Primatum Pap infra Regnum Angli attribuendo prerogativam a c summam

    Henry VIII, May 1545, 16-20, 01 May 1545-31 May 1545

    Guild by Ele Clyfton, which spit with two other guild spits remained in 27 Hen. VIII. in custody of Nic. Calver. The aldermen who account are: Dominus John Gyles 1516 to 1523, Oliver Reymes 1524 and 1525, Thomas Curtes, bailiff,

    Index, N, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    749, 765. Norwich (Norfolk) , 153, 344, 842. -, Castle gaol, 149, 242, 264, 371, 380. -, sheriffs of. See Calver, J.: Crow, W.; Greenaway, W.; Harvey, T.; Wigg, T.; Wood, J.; Ward, T.; Rogers, R. Nossiter , Jos., 644.

    Cases before the Committee, May 1650, 01 May 1650-31 May 1650

    the lead mines called Lot and Cope in Hassop, Rowland, and Calver, & c., co. Derby, bought by Wildman. 18 833 84 223 231 Also manors of Hassop, Rowland, Calver, Thornhill, and Edlaston, and numerous houses in Hope, Castleton, Ashton, Subscribers-only content


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