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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Swavesey Manors and other estates

    the king's hands as anescheat. 64 William de Buteri had it c . 1199 65 and it was given to Cardon de Frescheville in 1200 . 66 King John ordered its restoration to Alan ofRohan, perhaps son of the previous

    Lichfield The place and street names, population and boundaries

    Cook Row . Cardons Lane. Kardones Lane ( 1367 ); 95 Cardons Lane ( 1498 ). 96 Named after the Cardon family which held land in the area in the late 13th century, 97 the lane ran west off Beacon

    Index A-J

    Mat. Canterbury College , Oxf., cappers , guild, Capuchin friars , Cardinal College , Cardinal's Hat ( Holywell St.) , Cardon , Thos., Cardwell , Edw., Carfax , buildings, ch., see St. Martin's conduit, mkt. at, tower, see St. Martin's

    INDEX A-J

    Lyons Eliz., m. John Thorpe , Joan, m. - - Burman, Marg., m. John Michell , her daus., Thos., Frescheville: Cardon de, Wm. de, Freville: Geo., Nic., Rob., Rose , w. of Rob., Thomasine, m. Chris. Burgoyne, fam., and see

    Index A - K

    Christ Church cath. priory, 95 prior, see Durdent Canwell priory , 69 Capenhurst , Thos., 277 cappers , 120-1, 133-4 Cardon fam ., 41 Carhampton , ctss. of, see Luttrell Carlier , Jan, 55 Carlisle (Cumb.), 19 carpenters , 58,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Accounts, March 1544 - March 1546

    s Memorand' also Receued of the gyfte of John Tyler A long torche Item of the gyft of m r Cardon the castyng of the lytyll bell x s Sum' pagine iij li viij s ij d Som' to'llis of

    Index, C, 01 January 1554-31 July 1554

    20, 210, 212, 241. Caraffa , Marcantonio, 247. Carcano , Cristoforo de, 306. Carden , Thomas, in Wyatt's rebellion, 126. Cardon , Robert, in Philip's household, 298. Carew , Garvain, 55 and note , 126. -, Gawen, arrested, 126. -,

    Index, C

    - Vitelli, 90 (2), 122 (1). - Worms, 62 (3), 300, 365 (6). Cardine , Leonardo di, 31 (1, 2). Cardon , Lorens, 14. Carew , Mr. Francis, 79 (1), 87 (1), 265 (4) 274 (2), 678, 804 (4). -,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 1 November 1641, 01 November 1641-01 November 1641

    neither rich nor poor, who went to Church. And faith also, That the said Art Oge's Son and Patrick Mc. Cardon said there, that, by the next Night, Dublin would be too hot for any of the English Dogs to

    General Index, C, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    Cardigan , Countess of Earl of Cardiganshire Attorney-General of Chief Justice of Custos Rotulorum judges for justices of seal of Cardon , Capt. Cardross Cardross , Henry, Lord (Cairedross), Master of Carels , Pieter Carlesbad Carew , Edward Lancelot Thomas Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jilsto ite Of fvrotri tists, aintt that it oas conapletely subversive of quiet and order anmntt ol-irers in titearini. Colon-! Cardon 'tatld that inl 1805, Cap,. Alalhig tIas am pojimed to a;n 'rnsitcy ; in, 1806 to a tLilten;il':c5 to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    players, and similar autobiographers of a lighter order, as Colley Cibber. Goldoni, Cumberland, C. Dibdin, &c.* mystics and impostors, as Cardon. William Lilly, Psalmanazar, and others- tradesmen, especially booksellers, as DThnton and Lackington;-alt are of a description to be includedI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Size, ten inches by twelve high. Prints, 7s. 6d. ; Proofs, 15s. 13. GARIUCK, between Tragedy and Comedy, engraved by Cardon, after the Picture by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Size, eleven inches by ten high. Prints, 7s. 6d. Also, nearly ready, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLICE. At the Mansion house, Mr Franklin Kerr, the editor of the Boulogne Guardian and Folkestone Reporter news- paper, waited upon the Lord Mayor for assistance in what he considered to be a distressing dilemma. He stated that he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NV. T. WVodehouss, from half pay as Paymaster of lot Dragofls, to be Lieut, Yice Brown, premnotedi Ensign NV. W, Cardon to be Lteut. by porchare. t ire I Vodei wise retires; D. Macdonald, Gent- is be Ee'ign.b ueOSvc ode Subscribers-only content

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