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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Schools Queen_s College, Harley Street

    a separate examination, few entered for the B.A. and that part of the plan was given up. 23 In 1881 Camilla Croudace became lady resident. She was a woman of wide interests and broad culture who was a dominant influence

    Colleges Wolverhampton , St Peter

    the end of 1268, after having held the deanery for at least 44 years. 59 The next dean, Theodosius de Camilla , was, like Erdington , prominent in the royal service. 60 He seems rarely, if ever, to have been

    Colleges Wingham

    on 23 December, 1273 ; and he himself took it up and finally came to an agreement with Tedissius de Camilla , rector of Wingham , in the time of Pope Honorius IV. The college was to consist of a

    Parishes Newton Longville

    red rose at Midsummer being reserved to the Crown. 17 This rent was paid to Charles Earl of Tankerville and Camilla his wife in 1731 . 18 The confirmatory charter of Henry I had given the Prior of Longueville (

    Up Marden CHURCH of S[t ] MICHAEL UPMARDEN

    The communion plate includes a silver cup and paten cover (of 1697 ?) and flagon (of 1698), all given by Camilla , Countess of Tankerville, in 1724 , and a paten given by Mary Lodge also in 1724 . 75

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    V chwilia am danynt. Niweidiwyd yr wyth eraill i f raddau mwy neu lai. . '- Adroddai cadben yr agerlong "Camilla" ar ei ne chyrhaeddiad i Waterford o Lerpwl, y dydd Sadwrn ha diweddaf, fod gwrthdarawiad wedi cymeryd Ile y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bees, (Haner Ysgoloriaeth yr Ymwelwyr 16p., ydMi3S M. E. Hiill, Notting Hill HSigh School id (Ysgoloriaeth Mr. Brereton) 16p. Miss Camilla h- Thomas, Pembroke Dock County School (Ysgol- in oriaeth Gymreig) 20p., W. T. Ellis, Coleg ks. Bangor (Ysgoloriaeth Mrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    give me the command of the debarkation of the seamen and marines of his Ma- jesty's ships Cerberus,. Circe, and Camilla, on the Island of Marie Galante, 4 have the -pleasure to inform you it was effected without loss, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drenched in the rain all the day; and at the same place I got through two volittites of Madame D'Arblay's Camilla. It was onl the tenth of April; 1r78, that I sat down to a volume of the New Eloise, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lurks cfldied '-at Carvaihi. Oha the 25ththey resumed their retreat atdavbrea. Oursharpshooters continued to harass themn on the passage of Camilla. A corps of Maniotes advanced with impetuosity, penetrated the rear-guard of the Turks, and committed great carnage. The ian-guard, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Surnames beginning 'O'

    ser, 42.7 Patrick; Eliz, w; Thos, s; John, s, 28.13 Olive : Bridg, ser, 9.39 Mary, ser, 44.32 Oliver : Camilla, ser, 32.11 Dan, bach, merchant, £600, 61.8 Dot, ser, 6.9 Eliz, ser, 62.11 , 66.10 Eliz, wid; Eliz, d;

    Elizabeth, December 1585, 11-15, 11 December 1585-15 December 1585

    on them, when, it is said, he made them a most beautiful exhortation. They then went to visit the Signora Camilla, sister of his Holiness. On Thursday, the hats were given to them in public consistory (that for the Hungarian

    Index, C

    -, traveller to, 450. -, treaty of (1529), notes in relation to, 626. Cambresis. See Cateau Cambresis. Camilla , Signora. See Peretti, Camilla. Campagni. See Perrenot, Frederic de, Seigneur de Champagny. Campigna. See Kempen. Camphire , Camphyre. See Ter Veere.

    Elizabeth, May 1586, 21-25, 21 May 1586-25 May 1586

    Duke of Termole was tre ating to marry one of his sons to a sister of Cardinal Montalto, but Signora Camilla has put an end to the design. Signora Hieronima Colonna is gone to-day to Tivoli to enjoy the pleasures

    Elizabeth, November 1587, 01 November 1587-28 November 1587

    called Francesco, by a chamberlain of Cardinal Montalto, who could not be present, and by a gentlewoman of the Signora Camilla, for her Excellency. Advices from Naples of the 14th say that there and in Spezzia, the wind and the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 December 1802, 6 December 1802

    et •well, John Hill, Jofeph Walker, William Walker, William aI- Tudor, and Elizabeth Camilla his Wife, which faid ^c John Thackwell, Jofeph Walker, William Walker, and Elizabeth Camilla Tudor, and Thomas Walker, are the only furviving next of Kin of Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1804, 19 March 1804

    TliackweH et beth Hill Widow, Jofeph Walker, the Reverend William al. agaiitft Walker, the Reverend William Tudor, and Elizabeth Moggridge Camilla his Wife, Appellants in a Caufe depending in et this Houfe, to which John Moggridge and others are Refpondents, Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1807, 3 March 1807

    her Father) Thomas Walker, Jofeph Walker, William Walker, Clerk, William Tudor, Clerk, and Elizabeth Camilla, his Wife, (which faid Thomas, Jofeph, and William Walker, and Elizabeth Camilla Tudor, are four of the next of Kin of the faid Teftatrix, on Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1812, 18 February 1812

    called Divorce Bill, jy/^g, Efquire, praying Leave " To bring in a Bill to " diffolve his Marriage with Maria Camilla his now " Wife, and to enable him to marry again; and for " other Purpofes therein mentioned f Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1812, 24 February 1812

    the Houfe a Bill, intituled, prefented: « An AS to diffolve the Marriage of John Blachford " Efquire with Maria Camilla, his now Wife, and to " enable him to marry again; and for other Purpofes " therein mentioned." The Subscribers-only content

 

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