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  • * British History Online *

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    Spain, March 1546, 1-10, 01 March 1546-10 March 1546

    the Emperor being then in this town (Maestricht) and the reply has consequently been delayed until now. The resident ambassador, Carne, has been informed that, having regard to the large sums of money drawn last year by the King of

    Mary, July 1555, 01 July 1555-28 July 1555

    when the time for such suit was favourable. [ One page . ] July 16. Rome. 396 . Sir Edward Carne to Sir William Petre. There is wondrous slow expedition in this Court, and harder to obtain than ever he

    Mary, November 1557, 01 November 1557-27 November 1557

    as well as for his past services. [ Minute. One page . ] Nov. 17. Rome. 685 . Sir Edward Carne to Queen Mary. Since his letter of the 14th a post has arrived out of France from the Nuncio

    Mary, December 1557, 01 December 1557-31 December 1557

    far as he can perceive, to the suit with Tyrrell. This post come to his Majesty's postmaster here unknown to Carne. He brought letters from the King to Cardinal Pacheco which he delivered next morning. In the afternoon the post

    Survey of Llystalybont, 1563, The Survey

    ffine. improvement 1l . The same John William Harry houldeth there and of the manor aforesaid by lease frome Thomas Carne of Ewenny then lord of y e manor dated y e fifteenth daye of November in the three and

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 7 Monuments. The Parish of St. Mary Savoy.

    thus: Credo quod Redemptor meus vivit, & in novissimo die, de terra surrecturus sum. In the other thus: Et in Carne mea videbo Deum salva torem meum. In a Circle upon his Breast thus. Reposita est hæc spes mea, in

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

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    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    if he be further compelled to declare his knowledge, he is redy to do the same. Ihon Baker.Edwarde Carne.¶ Edward Carne knighte, of the age of. lv. or lvi. sworn and examyned vpon the 1. 2. and 13 articles of

    Book 5, page 883 (1563)

    sayd byshop, on saynt Peters daye, the people were likelye to drawe to a tumulte: and otherwise he cannot deposeEdward Carne. ¶ Thomas Smyth knyght, a witnes sworne and examined vpon the sayd matter, deposeth as followeth.To the xvii. article,

    Actes and Monumentes of the church

    certayne articles in the League, beyng in debate: whiche debate the byshoppe of Norwych that nowe is, and syr Edwarde Carne being then there present, could not bryng to the effecte. But afterwarde the sayde byshoppe of Wynton, beyng sent

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CARNE, Thomas (c.1538-1603), of Ewenny, Glam.

    CARNE, Thomas (c.1538-1603), of Ewenny, Glam. Constituency Dates Glamorgan 1586 Glamorgan 1589 Ofifces Held J.p. Glam. by 1562, sheriff 1561-2, 1571-2, 1580-1. Biography Carne’s father, Queen Mary’s ambassador at Rome, had declined Elizabeth’s summons to return to England, pleading

    CARNE, Sir Edward (1495/96-1561), of Ewenny, Glam.

    cited to Rome, Carne was sent there as royal proctor and excusator with William Bennet and Thomas Cranmer, with instructions to hold up proceedings and to demand the return of the case to England. In this task Carne showed such

    TAYLOR, Richard (by 1517-73 or later), of Haverfordwest, Pemb.

    was only once elected to Parliament, and then, according to the defeated candidate Hugh Carne of Haverfordwest, because the sheriff, Lewis Eynon, returned him illegally. Carne appeared in person before the barons of the Exchequer on 13 Oct. 1553, the

    TRETHAKE, William I, of Trethake in Lanteglos-by-Fowey, Cornw.

    William added to these estates an interest in land to the west of the Fowey estuary, namely, at Metherose and Carne in Luxulyan. But his title to the family property was not secure: from 1402 to 1411 he had to

    MORGAN, Sir John, 2nd Bt. (c.1650-93), of Kinnersley Castle, Herefs.

    MORGAN, Sir John, 2nd Bt. (c.1650-93), of Kinnersley Castle, Herefs. Constituency Dates New Radnor Boroughs 1681 Herefordshire 1685 Herefordshire 1689 Herefordshire 1690 10 Jan. 1693 Ofifces Held Ensign, Guernsey garrison 1671; capt. of ft. 1672-4, (Dutch army) 1674-9; lt.-col.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'r pilots yn awr adael y porthladd. LLYTHYR ODDIWRTH NAPOLEON. Dywed y Dorset Coontg Chronicle fod y Cadben Darner, o Carne, yn agos i Dorchester, yr hwn oedd wedi anfon llythyr o gydymdeimlad gwresog at yr ymerawdwr, wedi derbyn atebiad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    new- ydd yn ei le. Penderfybnwyd fod diolchgarwoh y! cyfarfod YR cael ei gyfiwyno i'r ysgrifenydd (W. Wil- liams, Ysw., Carne) am ei lafur a'i ffyddlondeb am y blynyddoedd y bu yn gwasanaethu'r swydd, a phen- .derynwyd rhoddi prawf ymartorol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Howell Harris i wneyd hyny yn ddioed. 20. .Enwvyd y Parchn. John Richards, George Williams, a L W. Williams, Ysw., Carne, i fvned i egiwy;s Bwlch-y- .groes er achos neillduol. 21. Trefnwyd y Cyfarfod tMisol nesaf i fod yn Mamere, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cynfisol, yn Bodlesgiadi Ffestiniog, yn fwydd eed, David, anwyl blentyn Mr. Hugh Roberts. WILL"S.-Ar yr 17eg cynsol, W. Williams, Ysw., Carne, ger Abergwaen, yn 73ain oed, wedi bod yn flaenor yn eglwys Gwdig am yn agos i 25ain 0 'lynyddoedd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hiriwyd pwn, c y~r- apelio hyd& y Cyfafd M~isol uesaf.' 1 9. Gwnaed-slwadin coffadiriaethol am y diweddar-' . Williams, Ysw.; Carne, r hwn a fu'faTw ywyddyiiddi- r 'weddaf.-' C6ffAwyd ei fo-d w'edi gwasanaethuny swydd ;0 flaenor yn eglwys Wdig- yn Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 March 1703, 18 March 1704

    Journals of the Hoiife of Lords. i?o; Judgement affirmed, with Cofts, the faid Decree j As alfo upon the Anfwer of the faid Ckkheßer Philips, Thomas Browne and Margaret his Wife, and Henry Jobnßon Elquire, and others, put ill Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1706, 3 March 1707

    =6. Ann. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. D IE LunaPj 30 Martii. Domini tain Spirituales quam Temporales praef fuerunc: ^rch. Caw/. Arch. Ebor. :oP». :d, The ft, Epus. Dk«*/. & D. Crewe. £pus. £w». Epus. Sarum. Epus. Norwic. Subscribers-only content

    17 March 1715, 17 March 1716

    3i4 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 1715. Sabbati, 170 Martii. Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales pnefentes fuerunt: Epus. Sarutn. Epus. Carliol. Epus. Ceflrien. Epus. Gloucejir. Epus. Oxon. Epus. Lincoln. Ds. Cowper, Cancel- larius. Comes Sunderland, C.P. S. Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1730, 28 April 1730

    n. Geo. IL Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 553 i Bill. " ny; and for afcertaining their Right of Trade to The " Eafl Indies, and the Continuance of their Corpora- " tion for that Purpofe, upon the Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1737, 6 May 1737

    io8 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A 1757. Adjourn. And, having done, they produced a Grant fromK,ng James the 6th oi Scotland, to the faid City, made the x5th of March, 1603 ; and likew.fe a Copy ot Subscribers-only content


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