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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CWRS Y BYD: GxAN UN A'I LYGAD YN El BEN. LLYTHYR XIII. 1 1. Byddaf yn rhyfeddu yn fawr at rai sydd yn c galw eu hunain yn " Ohebwyr" i'r papyrau yma, g en bod yn cymeryd cymaint Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Spurgeon a'i Lafur Llith ar Fuddioldeb Camp Gohebiaethau .. Llenyddiaeth Newyddion .Cymreig Newyddion Eglwysig Rhyddid Crefyddol mewn Gwareiddiad C-ymru Trychineb yn Groeg Deheudir a Liverpool Dulgellau, Hflint, &c., Manion Gwibdaith y Groglith Barddoniaeth Genedigaethau, &c Marchnadoedd Hysbysiadau 1,2 2,3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    odyd d nar1ia 0 eY. MiAWS, yn. y.,gynu,-. eidfa fawr, map Dy s a dandbrwfe et fody an- aturiio oragpollbiYstum,acarddinll. Camp yn yrenOa 'regeth'wyr aoedd euobod ys hyn od na triod; a thrwrgyd neu fely, gyda chadwn g ac ligon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am brihd hoff, a thad tWner a gofalus. Rhoddwyd yr byn oedd farwol o hono i orphwys yn nghladdfa Murphys Camp, pryd y gwein- yddwyd wrth y tt ae wrth y bedd gan weinidog perth- yneol i' Methodistiaid Calfinaidd.. Gweinyddodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gryf nerth dy natur, Yn lies byw o'th 'wyllys bur, Hyn gosod imi 'n gysur. Yna daliaf y duliad-y profl, Camp ryfedd dy gariad, Ym mhraff waith fy snherifeithiad Yn hyn oal-flaw Daw, fy Xhad I HORGaAle MORGANWG. Y DDE'LEN Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Miserden Nonconformity

    nonconformist groups between 1797 and 1834 ; three were at the Camp where the Baptists, and possibly the Methodists, were active. 27 There was a Baptist chapel at the Camp , probably built in 1833 , which had an attendance

    Miserden Introduction

    the house. The settlement called the Camp stands on the other important route through the parish, the Bisley-Birdlip road which was turnpiked in 1800 . 20 There was a toll-house south of the Camp cross-roads. 21 Saxon work in the

    Parishes Combe

    the ground is from south to north, a height of 975 ft. above the ordnance datum being reached on Walbury Camp in the extreme north, but nowhere does it fall below a height of 500 ft. The village lies in

    Miserden Economic history

    1/5 cattle and sheep raising. 8 The Cotswold Game farm established headquarters at Miserden in 1923 just north of the Camp , 9 and the specialist aspects of 20th-century farming were also represented in 1970 by the Cotswold Pig Development

    Parishes Pirbright

    a memorial of the accession of H.M . King Edward VII . The Church of England Institute, at the Guards' Camp , was built in 1892 , enlarged in 1894 , and rebuilt in 1902 . Schools (Provided) were built

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CAMP, John (d.c.1395), of Cambridge and Dullingham, Cambs.

    CAMP, John (d.c.1395), of Cambridge and Dullingham, Cambs. Constituency Dates Cambridge Feb 1388 Cambridge 1391 Ofifces Held Tax collector, Cambridge Nov. 1383, May 1384. Biography Camp came from a family settled at Dullingham, a few miles east of Cambridge. In

    CAMP, Thomas, of Litlington, Cambs.

    CAMP, Thomas, of Litlington, Cambs. Constituency Dates Cambridgeshire 1420 Ofifces Held Commr. of arrest, Cambs. May 1412. Ofifces Held Tax collector, Cambs. May 1437, Apr. 1440. Biography Thomas was probably related to John Camp of Cambridge, and may even have

    CAMP, Simon (d.1442), of London and Tyburn, Mdx.

    Camp until he stood surety in Chancery in June 1409 for Sir John Eynesford.[footnote]When he was constable of the Tower of London, Edward, duke of York, permitted his deputy, the Northamptonshire esquire, Henry Mulsho†, to sell his office to

    CONSTABLE, Sir Robert (c.1522-91), of the Spittal, Newark, Notts. and the Minories, London.

    CONSTABLE, Sir Robert (c.1522-91), of the Spittal, Newark, Notts. and the Minories, London. Constituency Dates Nottinghamshire 1584 Nottingham 1586 Ofifces Held ?Constable, Queenborough castle and steward of Middleton, Kent 1558-67; gent. pens. by 1558-83; ?dep. steward, Newark by 1563;

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. M. Patrike Hamelton of Scotland, Martyr.

    K. Henry. 8. M. Patrike Hamelton of Scotland, Martyr.PersecutersMartyrs.The Causes.AllaneMeldrumChanon.Iohn Gre-son, Prin-cipall ofthe blackeFriers.Iohn Dil-lidaffe,Wardē ofthe grayeFriers.MartinBalbur,Lawyer.IohnSpens,Lawyer.AlexanderYounge,bacchelerof Diui-nitie, Chanon.Iohn An-nand, Chanon.Frier A-lex. Camp-bell, Priorof theblacke friers. &c.At SaintAndrewesin Scot-land.an. 1527.learned Patrike increasing dai-ly more & more in knowledge,and inflamed

 

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