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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, C, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    337, 347, 385, 398, 474, 487, 497, 509, 639, 652, 663, 673. Children of the chapel . See Chapel Royal. Chilley , John, 528, 530. China , 409, 457, 459. -, seizure of gold brought from, without entry, 259, 297,

    Index, C

    1230. Childlegh. See Chilley. Childokeford. See Okeford, Child. Chilfrome , Childefrome [co. Dorset ] , manor, 410. Chilham , Chylham [co. Kent ] , 384, 454. Chillesworth , Alexander son of Richard, gentleman, of Sandwich, 181. Chilley , Childlegh [in Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    Robert, royal bounty for, 36, 498. -, Stephen, petition for extension of a lease of a tenement in Richmond, 207. Chilley , Mary, order of loan on Subsidies, etc., assigned to, 441. Chilton , William, merchant, petition concerning br andy

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    llWANTED' CLjtSd1tDV)BPtYSBMBNTS9., For eoesecstivA hnserttosn of the e!Strfet of striell .AuI'ertiseniotilkt'1 ilartloularlsede below the follOttta0 are tile rr'er'ari charges - .I 16 words, One ...... Wd. 117 to 32 woordse, Once .... It. Od. S IT kpItto, Throe lInsertiorre Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bad any of Coath's goods in his botse. Thei Stipendiasy thoturlit such an cnquiry was not ad- missible and Mir1. Chilley said that being so, he would not pursue his enquiry. He had thought of following it up with ofher Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Mr. Snazelle and irs party {w lrecl V es Miss Nellie Dakin Marlame Joyco MaAss Atnl Nr., ctat or Chilley) awere fresh in the menoury of tele P cd caused the hall to be crowdedr witlh A large At Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    return of the squally wet vweather, with a west wind. Barometer unsteady ; present reading, 29t70. Sea calm. Mr. Cbarles Chilley (tenor) had a warm reception at Riviere's pier concerts last night; both his songs were encored. SCnARBOaoGH..-The weather to-day Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chilley did his best, he was evidently suffering from hoarseness. Much better results attended his rendering of Blumenthal's "Evening Song," which Mr. Chilley sang with the utmost taste and refinement, being warmly recalled. Cooke's old duet, sung by Messrs. Subscribers-only content

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