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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 172, August 1584, 01 August 1584-31 August 1584

    Shrewsbury to the Council. Complains of the misdemeanors and insolent behaviour of William Cavendish towards him, at Chatsworth. Aug. 20. Cheynies. 85. Earl of Bedford to same. Desires the release of Edward Morgan, ranger of the Forest of Feckenham, committed Subscribers-only content British History Online

    General Index, C, 01 January 1581-31 December 1590

    Chetwind , John Cheyne , Henry Lord Cheyne , Lady Cheyne , Richard Cheyne , Sir Thomas Cheney , Thomas Cheynies Chibnal , William Chiche , Lord D'Arcie of, see D'Arcie. Chichester Chichester , Bishopric of Chichester , Bishop of, Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Henry VIII, October 1541, 21-31, 21 October 1541-31 October 1541

    Oct. Hol., p. 1. Add. Endd.: 1541. 25 Oct. 1287 . The Privy Council. Nicolas' P.C.P., vii. 262. Meeting at Cheynies, 25 Oct. Present: Gt. Admiral, Winchester, Comptroller, Vice-Chamb., Mr. of Horse, Wriothesley. Business: Depositions against Sir Nic. Poyntz sent British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tuesday, at Sto UeaergI.the-tarty~r, Sausuet l M'ultoh, t7esq. of tlaltimarn, Ameriea, to t~eaulr lM'Culltoh, of Great Orrauno-street. At the Parsonage-house, Cheynies, Backs, the Rev. W*m. 1torriis, M.A. Rector ofCheynies, and of t'oxley, Wilts. -W Hev. Crewe Shuttout Davies, pe'peltutl Curate Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of Streatham, in the county of Surrey, from conscientious motives, not approving of pluralities. His Lordship retains the living of Cheynies though compa- ratively of small value. HER MAJESTY'S VISIT TO THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS-.011 Tuesday afternoon, between 4 and 5 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TIlE LITERARY EXAMINER. T ie tstoriy of the _Yorman Conquest of Enigland, ,its Clauses and its Results. By Edward A. Freeman M.A., late Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford. Clarendon Press. (Second Notice.) The story of the dukedom is most Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    StreatlramI r'i in the county of Surrey, from conscientious motives, nuot approving of pluralities. His Lordship retains the living of Cheynies, though comparatively of small value. The b Duke, who is patron, has presented the living of Streathamh to the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and trampled to death, and a siderable number shockingly bruised On Sunday afternoon were deposited ' the family vault at Cheynies, tlie remain ' the late Lady John Russell. Her L at i /' was the second daughter of Lord Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of persons who had come from Woburn, and other parts of Bedfordshire. A procession was then formed from thence to Cheynies, twenty- eight horsemen, Col. Moore, and a number of gentleman fanners on foot, two and two. They were followed Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Gordon, after a niost w»ere illness of nearly a twelvemonth- The Rev. W^ Morris, M. A. many yeare Rector of Cheynies, Bucks, and of Fwrfev, «*ths.*-At Godtmne, Surrey. aged 2& the Rev. Alex. Waugh, A. M. Minister of the Scots Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    oft in three mourning coaches from Woburn Abbey, between eleven and twelve o'clock this night, and exped. to arrive at Cheynies, in Buckinghan-fhire, which is about 36 miles, about twelve o'clock to-morrow ; and this will be all the proceffion. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    by about thitty of the principal tenants and fervants, and about lixty faHners, tenant., who live on the eftate at Cheynies. The proceffion arrived at th.. church about one o'clock, and at that time we fuppofe at leaft 5000 perfons Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    by about thirty of the principal tenants and servants, and about sixty farmers' tenants who live on the estate at Cheynies. '1 he procession arrived at the church about one o'clock, ;',nd at that tin.', we suppose, at least 5000 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    at Fife Hotre. The Hector of Cheynies, the antient seat cf th Bedford family, performed the ceremony. Thcr were present the Duke and Duchess of Gordon, the Marquis of Huntley, Lord Wm. Russell, Lord Brome, Lord Ai ex. Gordon, and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Streatham, in the county of Surrey, upon the pretext of not approving of pluralities. His Lordship retains the living of Cheynies. The Duke of Bedford, who is patron, has presented the living of Streatham to the Rev. Mr. Blunt of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE LATE LADY JOHN RUSSELL. I (1-rom our Brighton Correspondent.) The remains of this Lady will be removed on Thursday troni Kemp Town to Cheynies,* near Chesham, in Bucking- hamshire, for interment, on Saturday. And we understand that Lord Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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