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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and divorce, her Majesty should ascend the Throne'? '-It, has been confirmed to us, that arrangements are making for a Cloy MNeetiug, to Petition and lRemonstrate against the illegal and revolutionary tendency of the Bill ni Pains and Penalties introduced Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mark lane, to some amount, is of very inferior quality. ]JAY-VAPKET.-Old Hay, 70s. to S0s.; Coarse Hay, 45s. to 65s.; Cloy. Ner,90s. to 100s.; Straw, 26s. to 36S. S.arraFIEtL, FRtDAY,-Beef, Ss. 2d. to 4s. 6d.; Mutton, Ss. 8d. to. 43, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hoskin., K. Pendaive, G .W.W. Ward, H. 0. Chichester, 3. P. B. Howard, Hon. E. Pepys, Sir C.-C. Wenmyss, 3. Cloy, W. Howard, R. P oer on, L. Williams, Sir 3. Curle, E. B. Howard, P. H. Phillips, G. R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iss London aIre'. EERET, the Sris - rfectiener, 210S Regent street, a~nd 'V. tlTTrLEjOIIIC one SON, ';7 Ring Wifi'aom street, Cloy. "It appeared feror the affidlavits af a elecbrated tea brose I cooothers mosstesninen~t in tesatea tade for their jodgst': Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    port. Such. are thle principles wehich hoive guid- it sad wilt guide mypuli mre,-ldretirotiegl olbecer theto deviated AMesors Lushinotonn end Cloy mom)- bet-s for the tinitoogh of ctie Tower Mainleto.ITliO two members reued hhns Leoiateth.Z-Thoe nomination of raudidates to represent Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, The Ulster estates

    Appendix The Ulster estates The Ulster estates Adjourned to Wednesday next at 4 o'clock. In addition to the statements printed or written, which have been mentioned, the following papers were put in by the witnesses from the Irish estates

    Henry VIII, May 1537, 16-20, 16 May 1537-20 May 1537

    and Mr. Ric. Gwent, archdeacon of London. Signed by Will. Trafford, prior, Edmund Srerne, vicar, John Revell, Barth. Burgoyn, Thos. Cloy, Rob. Cardyn, Thos. Barnyngham, John Boleyn, Will Wayte, "procurator," Ric. Byllyngsley, John Thomson, John Huse, Everard Dygby, Thos. Baker,

    Index, C, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    castle , co. Carlow, II. 1097. Clouser , Cornelius, I. g. 795 (6). Clowhill , Hants., II. g. 1311 (40). Cloy , Thos., Carthusian, I. 1232. Cluer. See Clewer. Clumen. See Clonmell. Clumnocke. See Clynnog. Clunn (Clon) , Salop, parsonage


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