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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Yhif uchaf a ellid roddi am China briodol. Dywed y Chester Courant fod i'w canfod mewn maes ar etifeddiaeth Carden gorsenau ceirch yn mesur 7 troedfedd a 6 mnodfedd o hyd, a'r tywysenau yn llawn. Gwna rhai oWr newyddiaduron Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    University of London and the University of Wales. Excellent accommodation for BT arlers in the Snburbs of Osweastry. Tennis, Large Carden, Field Hockey. For particulars, apply to Miss C. A. JONES, PBINCIPAI. COUNTY SCHOOL F0R GIRLS, GROVE PARK, WREXHAMU HEAD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London and the University of Wales, o - Ixcellent aCCOmmOdatiOD tor Boarders in the . iburbs of Oawestry. Tennis, Large Carden, Field Hockey. For-particulars, applrto Miss- C. :A.- JO ES, PRINoIPAa. -COUNTY SCMHO;L FOR GIRLSI GROVE PAIRE, WREXHAM HEAD MISTRESS:: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e University of London and the Universitv of Walcv. Rxcellerit accommodation for Boarders in the Snburbs of ORwestry. Tsenise, L.rge Carden, Field Hockev. For pa:ticulars, apply to Miss C. A. JONES, PRINCIPAL. 50UNTY SCHOOL FC! SP"ffS, GROVE PARK., WRE 11A31 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stonehoeuse in Dent, Yorkslite, at t 'he ALe (IiuiJ Mary Kicg, wvho harc for a numecer ot years hee] one 0t At'irmoitans at Chrit's Ir1,rpitat. P rintl and pl ish rerl i tite EXA MHUTa I si, Maidt-Lane, Covae't Carden, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Mary, May 1557, 01 May 1557-31 May 1557

    414. The Queen of Scots to the Queen of England. [May 17 ] Requesting safe conduct for Alexander Forrester of Carden, "intending to vesey the partis in France and utherris be yound sey, for his lefull erandis and besinessis thair Subscribers-only content

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1553

    R., . 1 Mary. 2 November, 1 Mary. True Bill that, John Lyn senr. yoman, John Lyn junr. yoman, Brigetta Carden gentilwoman, Roger Skyers servingman, Richard Pygg servingman, John Ebb husbondman, John Taylor husbondman, and John Yomens waterman, all of

    Acts and Proceedings, 1571, August

    Elpheistoune, William Cunighame of Cunighameheid, Hew Wallace of Carnvall, Thomas Kennedy of Bargany, John Schaw of Grinock, Alexander Forrester of Carden, or any elevin of them, to compear at Stirling the 22 day of this instant at nyne houres before


    . In Annals, vol. i. p. 169, he names St. Botolph's Billingsgate instead of Bishopsgate; in p. 192 Chardin for Carden, or Cawarden. In p. 196 he says, "The 20th, Bentham of London Bridge (so styled in my MS.) where

    April 1654, An Ordinance of Pardon and Grace to the People of Scotland., 12 April 1654-12 April 1654

    thousand five hundred pounds sterling. Philip Amstruther son of Sir Robert Amstruther one thousand marks sterling. Sir Archibald Sterling of Carden, one thousand five hundred pounds sterling. James Drumond of Mackensey, five hundred pounds sterling. Henry Mawl, son to the

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester , 1835-1985 Parliamentary representation

    Chinese question, was beaten into third place. Petitions against Carden and Price were unsuccessful, but it was later found that at least 116 voters had been bribed, 109 of them by Carden 's supporters. After the election the Liberals improved

    Parishes Lingfield

    d . and the park of Lingfield called Billeshurst. In 1544 Billeshurst was granted in fee to Thomas Cawarden or Carden . 134 He, however, afterwards surrendered these lands, which were then re-granted to him and his wife Elizabeth to

    Townships Scarisbrick

    nieces, daughters of John, viz.: Anne, who married, (2) John Needham , lord Kilmorey; Mary, who married John Leche of Carden , near Malpas ; and Elizabeth, who married Trafford Barnston . See Pal. of Lanc. Feet of F. bdle.

    Index A - K

    Wm. (s. of preceding), 413 fam., 388 capping , 2, 37, 41, 45, 48, 51-4, 73, 75-6, 81, 290, 375-6 Carden , Sir Rob., 207 Cardiff , 133, 182 Carill , Thos., 379 Carmarthen , 45, 77 Carmarthenshire , see

    Index A - K

    Cappe, 253, 447, 456; Newcome, 252-3, 405. cappers , see clothing. Caracalla , Emp., 328. Carausius , usurping emperor, 328. Carden , John, 378. carders , see textiles. card-makers , see textiles. Cargo Fleet (N.R.), 46. Carl (fl. 11th cent.),

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

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    Book 5, page 879 (1563)

    his hyghnesse beyng aduertysed that certain of his priuy chamber were secretely indited of heresies, that is to say mayster Carden and others, whereunto his Maiestye was not made priuy: and suspectyng the sayde byshoppe to be one of the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CARDEN, William (by 1524-73 or later), of Hythe, Kent.

    to Yarmouth 1561. Biography On 18 Jan. 1544 Thomas and William Carden of Hythe were granted administration of the estate of their father Edward Carden, also of Hythe. Thomas Carden was to settle at Minster in the Isle of Sheppey,


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