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  • * British History Online *

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    The Common Paper, Subscriptions to the oath, 1417-1613

    1440 16 Robert Bale, 12 Nov. 1440 John Parker, 28 June 1442 John Valentyn', 6 Nov. 1442 Richard Claidich' [ Cladich ] , 2 July 1445 Richard Hegge, 5 Oct. 1445 17 [p. 72 ] Thomas Wynchecombe [ Winchcombe ]

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    s . 115; w . 116, 117; m . 118 William, 57 Church Lench , co. Worcs., 46 Claidich' , Cladich, Olaidich, Richard, a . 20, 22 Clarke , Cclarcke, Clarcke: Francis, a . 122 John, a . 47 William,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fariagdon, Berks, Mrs. Benjamin De Horne, of twins, both giels. A few elayt ago, the wife of a labouringman at Cladich, near lnverary, was dslivered ot two fine boys and a girl wtio, with tihe mother, are doing velt. 'Wiat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (149), with reflected sunset in the foreground pool, is scarcely less charming than the sea piece, " Twi- light near Cladich, Loch Awe " (114), by J. J., Iannatyne, is a sweet and tender rendering of a charming scene. In Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inclined to taike shares in the company, or assist in its formation, are requested to apeN- to SMr. Aneron' Herbert, Cladich, Argyllshire. At the sanme timex a siapengy quarterly, ?xp'Linimgi indiridualistz opinions, and edited by Nr. Anberen Herbert, wvill be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I LOCAL AND GENERAL.I r LEEDS, SEPTEMBER 26, 1862. Mr. Gladstone made a speech at the DenbiTh a Agricultural dinner, at Mold, on Wednesday, but it had noa political interest, the speaker dwelling entirely on agricul- d tural questions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Port- sonachan, between four and five a.m., for Inverary, and while coming down a bill between Rock hi 11 and Cladich, the reins broke and the horses ran off. The coach capsized, and a Mr. M'Callum a farmer, Auchuacarn, Kilchronan, Subscribers-only content

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