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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 6, 17 May 1650, 17 May 1650-17 May 1650

    a Collection in the City of London , and the Liberties thereof, for Relief of Thomas Blashfield, Thomas Bryan, Wm. Caswell, John Kendall, John Wems, Wm. Clerke, Philip Christian , and Matthew Billing , for their great Losses sustained by

    America and West Indies, June 1640, 01 June 1640-30 June 1640

    . Minute of proceedings at a Court of the Somers Islands Company. Copies of the accusation and proceedings against Rich. Caswell, ordered at his request, to be given to him, but not of the paper from the Archbishop of Canterbury.

    America and West Indies, February 1631, 01 February 1631-28 February 1631

    for the Company at every General Court. The Company to stand engaged for the discharge of a bond of Rich. Caswell. Wil. Hird to have leave to take his wife over with him; no other woman goes in the same

    Notes and Errata

    these references, headings are always excepted.) PART I. No. 69, 1. 5. For "Caswell" read "Camswell." 72, p. 30, 1.4. For "knight" read "courier." 83. This letter, though dated Coventry, was evidently written from Combe. The abbot in line 5

    Index - U, V, 13 April 1640-14 March 1643

    referred to Mr. Chichester's Committee, 21 July. Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Nov. Rich. Vide Caswell . Mr. of Dover, 1642, Petition concerning him, read, and referred to the Committee for Informations, 9 Dec. Charles,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chylch, afre ry, rhoddwyd ci hwfe'i elilaWer eraillt yn y mis- .ei oedd'z4'weddafti- .hestr y llongaucolledig. wy< ar Gereesodd y Caswell y gwynt a r tanau fod ydc I ei bynag, er fad ei hanes Yu f*y amsydl'awn na oed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f.%yaf arswydlawn wedi ei chyflawni ar f fwrdd y Caswell, llestr perthynol i'r porthladd hwnw, b a perchenog pa un yw Mr. R. Tucker. Ar y pryd yr D oedd y Caswell ye agosau at dueddar Iwerddon, ac yn 11 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AIL DREM AR Y FLWYDDYN 1876. .&ID L jl lrlu 3. .M L 1 2- 'S Z . - - V YN ychwanegol at y nodiadau a wnaed yn yr erthygl yn y rhifyn diweddaf o'r GOLEUAD ar y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddelai ar eu fe genr ord Mr. a Mrs. Prytherch, pa rai a ddaethant draw gt mewn cerbyd o Singlewood, Caswell. Da iawn oedd gan Y1 y bobl ieuainlceu croesawui'r wledd, a'u gweledynmedru d nW aU er. huuain cystal ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Mumb'es Ry dros 23,000 o deithwyr yno. Ar ol e bod ar ei fawr enill trwy ei arosiad yn Caswell d Bay, diwedd yr wythros yn terfynu Awst 14, aeth ', v Parch. W. E. Prytherch a'i briod hawddgar Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CRESWELL, John, of Leominster, Herefs.

    CRESWELL, John, of Leominster, Herefs. Constituency Dates Leominster 1597 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Leominster 1590, dep. bailiff 1605, dep. recorder 1601. Biography This Member may or may not have been the John ‘Caswell’ who was fined £5 in 1571 for

    WENMAN, Sir Thomas (by 1504-57), of Witney, Oxon.

    name being traditionally derived from the wains in which the cloth was driven to London. Wenman inherited a manor at Caswell, besides Witney park and many burgages in Witney town, and his father also left him 2,000 marks in a

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 April 1701, 3 April 1701

    Prices Children have received Charity at a Funeral since Christmas: Address to be presented by Pirvy Council. Leominster Election. That Thomas Badneges Children are kept by the pub- lick Charity of the Town j and Badiiege told him, That Caswell Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1701, 3 April 1701

    Mr. Harley&apos;s Mo- &lt;oiz. ney; and, before the Election, he told him he would give Lancelot Stevens, Richard Nicholson, Geo. Caswell, and him Forty Shillings, if he would vote for Mr. Harley. Philip Mun: Who said, That John Howell, when Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1720, 16 February 1721

    Cockburn esquire - Colonel Chudleägh Dr. John Cook - John Cox, Goldsmith Abraham Cropp Francis Chester Colonel Chartress - John Caswell John Capps - John Cox, Chancery Lane Lord Chetwynd D. Apr. 25th. 29. Apr. 25. 25- Earl of Dunmore Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1721, 13 May 1721

    Wendover tload. Caswell&apos;s, &c. Estates —S. Sea Company. 55° : Assistants, and the mischievous Consequences of their detestable Schemes, have very much contributed to the pre¬ sent Decay of Trade, and Publick Credit, in general; the fatal Effects of Subscribers-only content

    5 July 1721, 5 July 1721

    6&quot;a6 5*—6&quot;—7° Julii. Caswell&apos;s, &c. EstBtq Compan&apos;y. the Time of such Contract, or within a Time to be limit¬ ed, actually possessed of, or intitled to, such Subscription, or Stock, shall be declared null and void. The First of Subscribers-only content


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