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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 May 1800, 26 May 1800

    the Cwt., Lumps, the Cwt., Single Loaf, the Cwt., Powder Loaf, and Double Loaf, the Cwt., Sugar Candy, Brown, the Cwt. .'Sugar Candy, White, the Cwt. Sugar refined, of any other Sort, the Cwt., - Sweets.-1—For every Barrel, confifting of Subscribers-only content

    14 July 1806, 14 July 1806

    Exportation of refined Sugar " from Great Britain, and for allowing the like Bounty " on the Exportation of Sugar Candy, as is payable on " refined Sugar;" to which they defire the Concur¬ rence of this Houfe. The faid Subscribers-only content

    15 July 1806, 15 July 1806

    which the Trea- " refined Sugar from Great Britain, and for allowing the like Bounty on the Exportation of Sugar Candy " as is payable on refined Sugar." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to a Com. mittee of Subscribers-only content

    16 July 1806, 16 July 1806

    Exportation of refined Sugar from Great Britain, " and for allowing the like Bounty on the Exportation " of Sugar Candy as is payable on refined Sugar." After fome Time, the Houfe was refumed: And the Lord Walfingham reported from Subscribers-only content

    17 July 1806, 17 July 1806

    the Exportation of : refined Sugar from Great Britain, and for allowing the like Bounty on the Exportation of Sugar Candy as is payable on refined Sugar." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill, fhall " pafs?" It was Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chicklade

    to his executors and from 1812 to John Candy . 89 In 1837 Candy owned 355 a. in Chicklade . 90 At his death in 1859 it passed to a Miss Candy , presumably his daughter Hannah , 91 and

    Windsor castle Architectural history

    also have carvings over them. The silver-gilt throne which gives name to the room once belonged to the Kings of Candy , and stands on two steps at the west end beneath a velvet canopy with the arms of Queen

    Compton Bassett Compton Bassett 1839 St. Swithun's Church from the north-east in 1806

    when West Nolands farm was taken from it. Nolands farm was sold by Carr to R. T. Candy , c . 1975 by Candy to the Thames Water Board, c . 1980 by the board to Mrs. S. M. Rothschild

    Parishes Donhead St Mary

    Arundell Mun ., rentals and surveys, 185, pp. 43-4; ibid. partics. of earlier 19th-cent. sales; W.R.O. 743, agreement, Grove and Candy , 1811. W.A.S. Libr., sale cat. xxi, no. 16. W.R.O., G 9/510/15; above, Donhead St. Andrew , manors. W.R.O.,

    Index A - Z

    1665), 44 Sir Thos (d. 1668), 44 Camel , West, 125 Cammel , Jn, 84, 100 canals , see communications Candy , Ric., 182 Cannon , Jn, 24, 141 Canterbury : archbp, 23, 150; and see Laud cathedral, 57, 150

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRIXIAZTH- AFrWCHYD Y TRAED A'R GENAM U * Mae 1Msi Eenry-Reece, aelod' a Goleg Brenhinol y ISiurtfeddygonu wedi cyhoeddi y llythyr canOm no ar. drfniaeth yr afieeiyd hwn sydd yn ymleda mor ddif- fe0 ity~mod yn ddiweddar wedibod-yu aros Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    An insurrectioji is announced to have taken place in Cey- Ion, for tile purpose of raising to the throne, of Candy a relation of the legitimate tyrant who was lately deposed by General BROWNRIGG. * The letters this morning from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all the English ladies were about to come fron Candy to Columbo for protection, and every soldier that could -be spared, either at Columbo or Galle, lad been sent for to Candy, for the purpose of keeping opeb, if possible, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o ti unarit tbrou.g'hout the whiole bterior of the forceo ; 1'ne Ct-overnor cans obliged to concentrate his fghhottrhood of Candy, where his vari- ets cutnents bad been threatened hy the natives. The iessatve nf Garah occupied part of our Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been receiied froni Ceylon, commrinicat- ing the intelligence of the capture of the Malabar Chief, Pretender to the Crown of Candy, who is supposed to have been the chief cause-of the insurrection in that island. The New York Papers, wich Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 17 [Merchants] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [of India.]

    of excellent Workmanship, Sanders , Tamarinds, Spicknard, Bezar-stone, Alloes, Myrrhe, Rhubarb, Opium, Frankincence, Cassia, Borax, Calamus, Green-Ginger , Sugars, Sugar- Candy , Camphir, Sandal -Wood, Benjamin, Rice, Indigo, Musk, Sivet, Ambergreece, Silk both raw and wrought into divers Fabricks; many

 

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