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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, September 1583, 01 September 1583-30 September 1583

    to the nomber of two hundreth persons, came to John Hall of Otterborne, Percivall Read of Trewhen, Roger Fenwick of Cammo, Oswold Fenwick of Midleton, and Anthoney Rea and other servantes of the said William Fenwick which had rescued xxiiij Subscribers-only content

    Acts and Proceedings, 1593, April

    and ordourlie handlit, and mair reddelie dispecht, the Kirk nominat thair bretherne vnderwritin, they ar to say, the Lairds of Cammo, Abottishall, Powrie, Ogilvy, commissioners of Edenburgh and Lyth, Mr Robert Pont, Mr John M' kenyie, Mr Alexander Dowglas, Mr

    Index, R, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    Beareupp: raid by, 441. Rochelle : salt from, 10; (Rotchell): a town of the religion, 681. Rochester , Cuthbert, of Cammo: murder by, 402. Peter: 74. Rob.: 76. Rockliffe (Rowclyffe), manor of: customary tenants, 133; Leigh meets Ocheltree, & c., Subscribers-only content

    Index, F, 01 January 1519-31 December 1523

    Rob., 365 (3), p. 1361. Fenton , 3360, 3635. Fenwick , 2694, 3510. -, Edy, 3598 (2). -, Geo., of Cammo, and Geo., of Fynwik, 3510. -, Hoge, 3181. -, Ralph, 1225, 1986, 2402, 2613, 2876, 2955 (ii.), 2960, 2963,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 27, December 1749, 01 December 1749-31 December 1749

    and Appeal of Julia, Mary, Barbara , and Jean Hog , Infants, Daughters of the deceased John Hog Younger of Cammo in the County of Edinburgh , and Sir Philip Musgrave of Edenhall in the County of Cumberland Baronet, Uncle

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jardinieres, Costly VIENNA CHINA VASES, finely band-paintedi; expensive Venetian gasPal stnds, Vases, and Ornamciners; richly gilt and shaded GasVases COlt Cammo Vases, PAIR of SUPERB ROYAL a DRESDEN CHINA VASES, 7its. high Costly ROYAL jDRESDEN CHINA GROUPS, quaintly-modelled Lana llrsts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 ILETr t wit ltktoo. 0,,t1 pooeeooiou n ua3 d teiiho~sll Inrowoer T lduIaed Garden. Crdent~ givi.-ARunty J.S Jonklan, 09, Cammo F for Is'ixO,-onts;o LET.ad of thiom delghtfllpOllt Otilosoeil hoe lletwon lia' l~luroof 'jll 11113 Oe, t Flrhto i turon35, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1'O.Soolthe.-WANTIID, a CHAIN A1R ccutoteted to Raod- J wy Wogotn Work. Constant employmn toagood end ettoa-l wosliman.-Apply to Harrison and Cammo, Wgn orks,lifoobre.L221 ULACESMITiE WANTED. Constant employment to a Bi)thoroughly experionced Hand.-Apply, Johni R. Wood, General Ironmionger, Sigh Street, Kiddermtnster. Subscribers-only content

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