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  • * British History Online *

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    Elizabeth, August 1586, 11-20, 01 August 1586-31 August 1586

    be employed in the maintenance of the common cause." Notes in the margin give the points discussed : viz . Churchland confiscations ; Verpundigen and revenue from horned beasts ; Assemblies of the States , [both provincial and general, wherein

    Mr Glyn in reply to Strafford's defence

    may be pleased to remember the Fourth Article , where he judges my Lord of Cork 's Estate, in neither Churchland nor Plantation-land, and therefore had no pretence of a Jurisdiction; for it is a Lay-Fee, devolved by Act of

    Index, C

    433. Church of England , and Cambridge University, 378, 389 390. James I and, 389 390. Church , Ro., 60. Churchland [in Wedmore ] , manor of, (Somerset), 466. Cicil , see Cecil. Cinque Ports , the, James I to

    Appendix

    of Topthorne Effingham 0 4 0 ditto for the town of Churchland late the lands of of Marg[are ] t Leez 0 4 0 ditto for the town of Churchland in Effingham 0 4 0 the yearly rent for the

    House of Lords Journal Volume 21, February 1720, 11-20, 11 February 1720-20 February 1720

    Time being, to make Leases of the Copyhold Lands of the several Manors of Preston , alias Prestown , and Churchland , alias Parson's-land , in the County of Devon ." Nicholetts & al. Leave for a Bill. After reading,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 May 1774, 27 May 1774

    Aft for dividing and " enclofmg the Commons or Waftes, called or known cc by the Names of Wedmore Moor, Churchland Moor, " Tadham and Teel Moor, and Mudgeley Moor, within " the Parifh of Wedmore in the County of Subscribers-only content

    1 June 1774, 1 June 1774

    " dividing and enclofing the Commons or Waftes cal- " led or known by the Names or freamore Moor, " Churchland Moor, Tadam and Yeel Moor, and Mudge- ** ley Moor, within the Parifti of Wedmore^ in the •« County Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1774, 2 June 1774

    without any " Amendment.'* Aire and Cal- derNavigation Bill. " called or known by the Names of Wedmore Moor, " Churchland Moor, Tadam and Yeel Moor, and Mudge- " ley Moor, within the Parifh of Wedmore, in the County *' Subscribers-only content

    3 June 1774, 3 June 1774

    A£t for drvming and enclofing the Commons or Waftes, " called or known by the Names of Wedmore Moor, <c Churchland Moor, Tadham and Teel Moor, and " Mudgdey Moor, within the Parifh o£ Wedmore in the " County of Subscribers-only content

    14 June 1774, 14 June 1774

    Act for dividing and enclofing " the Commons or Walles, called or known by the 'c Names of Wedmore Moor, Churchland Moor, Tadam " and Yeel "Moor, and Mudgeley Moor, within the " Pariih of Wedmore in the County of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    owling Company and their ironworks passes through a tunnel beneath the Bradford tand Wakefield tuerpik e road, be- tween Bowlinig Churchland Didisy Hill. Ticstramroad is on an incline, a Thec waggos are drawn up and down icy means of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Conoerns parishioners and congre- yet gations quite as closely as it concerns pastors. prn Finally, there is one subject, "the Churchland the thi Press, " which., if candour on. both sides is ur to be the rule, ought' to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    there was a I tendenvy to lay down certain things as if ther were authority, and binding apon the whole Churchland tso comnpel others to accept them whether they -oincided with their view of duty or uot. In conclusion, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    committed lhemselveseto each ragse and excitement as had exilted within the last few months. (Hearbear.) But for the connectlon betWeen Churchland Stats this alarm-would never have arisen. What tien waa their duty? It was towvatch that they did I 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the lsnieill road leaves the old road to Nowtownlimavady; thence to thie point where the three towmleauds of North Ballinteer, Churchland and Lismur | phy meet; thence along the boundary between the town- I of Chure ind and Lismuirphy to Subscribers-only content

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