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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Glastonbury Twelve Hides Hundred Introduction

    , Chron . ed. Carley , 237; Cal. Chart. R . 1257-1300 , 192; Rot. Hund . (Rec. Com.), ii. 135-6. Cal. Chart. R . 1257-1300 , 192; John of Glastonbury , Chron . ed. Carley , 245; Sel. Cases

    Glastonbury Parish

    L. Abrams and J. Carley , 19-34; V.C.H. Som . ii. 95-6; above, town, fairs; below, religious sites. Abrams, Anglo-Saxon Glastonbury , 56. Rahtz, in Archaeol. and Hist. of Glastonbury Abbey , ed. Abrams and Carley , 34-6; Wm. of

    Glastonbury Town

    333; John of Glastonbury , Chron . ed. Carley , 243, 245. Cal. Close , 1330-3 , 406, 420; Cal. Pat . 1330-4 , 225; John of Glastonbury , Chron . ed. Carley , 263. V.C.H. Som . ii. 193;

    Parishes Meare

    Centre for Archaeology report 103/ 2002 . Longleat Ho ., Longleat MS. 6365; John of Glastonbury , Chron . ed. Carley , 263. B.L. Eg. MS. 3134, f. 71. Longleat Ho ., Longleat MS. 11272. P.R.O., E 315/420, f. 74.

    Parishes Baltonsborough

    P.R.O., SC 6/Hen. VIII/ 3163 ; Valor Eccl . (Rec. Com.), i. 144. John of Glastonbury , Chron . ed. Carley , 215. S.R.S . xxii. 45, 64; Cal. Pat . 1436-41 , 292; P.R.O., SC 6/Hen. VIII/ 3163 .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    untlindceluaurian .,4 The;t.ostEsuceesfu au bwidely own dilf. Aestgreral dqped tothe public previous to Jo,liie 1864w3ex, dlusively controlled',tlirougbout Z'i~rops; Wjl~es~sr sV .Carley, They 1hen brougi¢ :ort the: Co iF R:. sTroEs, wbich-l~e result of their elipeiienois-nd . liO~t elabrate 'prctical inveseigndeons, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and widely-known Hair Rester offered to the pubic previous to Jens, 188 was ax- elusively controlled throughout Eniope by Messs. 'Carley, Theyftheie-brought it' to COM NE RiC- iiTORERE.which is the result of theidrexperience and most elaborate practi ivestis. It is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the secretions, and thus preserves 'the Head from Baldnes and the Hair from Decay." I is int. oduced by blessrs. Carley, now J. B. & E. A. Curley and Co., of 19, Bartholomew Close, London, E.C., who have had throughout Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    presenoldeb y fath I dd vn &r y fainc yn warth i'r wlad. OCd y mae yg amlwg nad oedd Carley yn ceisio gwneuthbr dim ond dilyn exiampl y peraonau hyny a r yctyrir gan y Ffenisid fel gwroniaid. Wrth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the man !" She recognised the voice of the hong-lost Samuel Carley, and, after fainting, gave expression to her great joy. In a few days they were married, and Carley, who bad been a successful gold-digger (having been released from Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Diary, 1559 (Jan - Jun), 01 January 1559-30 June 1559

    The xxj day of June was v bysshopes deprevyd, the bysshope of Lychfeld and Coventre, 108 and the bysshope of Carley, 109 the bysshope of Westchester, 110 the bysshope of Landaffh, 111 and the bysshope of ( ). The xxiij

    America and West Indies, April 1722, 01 April 1722-30 April 1722

    by Capt. James Stewart, H.M.S. Winchester , to the bond of William Carley, Master of the sloop Popple of Boston. I am very credibly informed that the above-mentioned Carley did carry away from hence one John Carter belonging to the

    Index, C, 01 January 1722-31 December 1723

    i. Carkesse , Charles, Secretary to the Commissioners of Customs, letter from, 256, 343. -, letter to, 260, 511, 630. Carley , William, bond forfeited by, 96. Carolina Coffee House , 751 iii. Carolina , Commissary. See Bull. Carolina ,

    Spain, October 1536, 1-31, 01 October 1536-31 October 1536

    . He passed yesterday through this city on his way to Court . To-day he dined with the bishop of Carley ( Carlisle ), who did me the honor of sending for some of my wine in order to entertain

    Index, A - E

    Painted, 60 Carewe , Lady Martha, 65 Carleton , co. Wilts, 104 " , Nicholas, 42 " , Robert, 40 Carley , William, 77 Carpenter , Richard, 220 Carpet , Needle Work, 57 " , Woollen, 266 Carpets , 16,

 

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