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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 5, 5 October 1647, 05 October 1647-05 October 1647

    from the Lords, was read; and, upon the Question, assented unto. Curate of Carran. An Ordinance for making an Allowance to Mr. Pringle , Curate of Carran in Northumberland , of an Hundred and Fifty Pounds, out of the Revenues

    Index of persons and Places, E

    a Commissioner of Excise, 40. Evernden , Anthony, sailcloth for the Navy, 179. Evers. See Eure. Everstown alias Currane [? Carran ] , co. Kilkenny, 326. Exeter , co. Devon, 44, 47, 60, 182, 210, 261; mint at, 70, 288;

    Index, O, 01 August 1588-30 September 1592

    Index O O. Oatlands , manor of, letters dated from, 239, 240, 243, 360. , Court at, letter dated, 360. O'Bigleyn , Teig, 526, 527. , Thomas, 527. Oblivion , Act of, for all stealths committed before 1583, 83. Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth I: volume 156, December 1590, 01 December 1590-31 December 1590

    Elizabeth I: volume 156 December 1590 December 1590 Vol. CLVI. 1590. December . Dec. 5. Dublin Castle . Lord Deputy and Council to the Privy Council The competitors for the county of Monaghan have repaired hither, viz., Ewer McColey Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 November 1651-30 November 1652

    at Carnarvonshire , sheriff of Carne , Gideon Carnwath , Earl of, see Dalziel, Rob. Carr , Major And. Jas. Carran , John, shipmate J.P. for Cumberland, letter to Carrickfergus , commissioners at provisions to ships of and to Carter Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Britwell Salome

    Britwell House . 248 In 1923-5 its value was £1 18 s . and it was being paid by Capt. Carran into the churchwardens' account. 249 Nothing further is known of this charity, if charity it be. O.R.O. Incl. award;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (hi f rfis-Sedai it~he 11it hiilt~ i~Ltr>S' tFrF. 'A Delane,5q 0 oF a son r' _ ' ,r ,, ' .: , . . _ A d i al ? S 1$fcpiiami K C 13 to Mi H iersou, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lamarquce, (General) Lobau, 1-karel, Pire, Plrrci-, .Crinullt, Relgnanid (de St. Jean d'Ang-e!ey), Poirnaereuil, Ar- r !i (of ladaie), Dejesri, lie. Carran, ReaI, Boiivier Diieatsrd, *\;r~i i (ot iDoiea. I)orta~c'ia Div-at, Deferrnoiit, Bory St. 's'iirear, Flix De-. nireS, Cs Giarni -er-eSaities, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I erne, heshire, re, s maser minaer. S. Bakelr, Badffeord, Essexp inete and glaze . C. P'rocgte, Leedsvgentleman's servant.,egrvr H. Carran, Clyateet, F aln rosreh, tanoerler an rapero. E.. CotoHmnfordn steraee, Felntonvlle, dauluerst ae. J. Elston, SL A laen', erstfWrwihire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. A4 Mlan Mlade of M1oney. By Douglas Jerrold. With twelve illustrations on steel, by John Leech. Punch Office. There is little fear of a lecture against money-worshlip proving out of date in these days of digging, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SI bituarp. HIs BXCELLvxcY M. na BILLN, Danish Minister at this Court, died suddenly on Saturday morning, at the residence of the Danish lega- tion, from disease of the heart. His Excellency attended the Queen's Drawing-room on Tuesday, and Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index to the Tenth Volume of Reports of the House of Commons: 1785-1801. , 12 July 1799

    the cargo is ready, 23 a b.—how many broughtin a season from Norway to the London market, 23 b. loeA Carran, quantities of herrings in, 82 a. Crinan, places pointed out for the purpose of making a canal at, 43 Subscribers-only content

    Index

    cargo is ready, 23 a b.—how many brought in a season from Norway to the London market, 23 b. EocA Carran, quantities of herrings in, x. 82 a. Crinan, places pointed out for the purpose of making a canal at, Subscribers-only content

    Table of contents, 27 March 1782

    159 GENERAL INDEX TO THE <fcW JnWa affafe*—-continued. assemble near Conjeveram for want of bullocks, vii. 9 a.— directed to rendezvous at the Mount, 9 a b.—Hyder's plan to go against it formed in consequence of the expedition from Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 March 1768

    for Counfel and WitnefiVs ; 4 Mar. Bill conit* dered, and reported, 7 Paffed, 8. Royal Affint, IO. Borrowjionnefs. Vide Carran. Botley Caufeviay Road. Vide Oxford, Criciley Hill. Bracebridge, Abraham, Petition, 21 Dec. Vide Coventry Isa* vigation. Brad/haw, Jofeph. Vide Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 5 January 1826

    defending three Soldiers accused of Murder By extra Allowance to the Commander of the Forces, 2,000I. per annum ;—viz. Major-Gen. Carran, from 25th December 1822 to 27th March 1823 Major-Gen. Keane, from 1st May to 24th December 1823 - By Subscribers-only content

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