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  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1582, 01 January 1582-31 December 1582

    Burghley. 1582, Nov. 23. Gives details of the suit of the bearer, John Bowen, for copyholds of the honor of Clune, Salop, and his opinion thereon. London, 23 November, 1582. 1 p . The Enclosure: Particulars of the above lands.

    Margam Abbey muniments, Select documents to 1568

    And Hughe Earle of Chester wanne the lordship of Flint. 3. And the lord Fitz alein wanne the lordship of Clune. 4. And Roberte Fitz hamon wanne in the iiij th yeare of the Raigne of William Rufus wane the

    Cecil Papers, October 1594, 01 October 1594-31 October 1594

    Cecil Papers October 1594 October 1594 Henry Brooke to Sir Robert Cecil. 1594, Oct. 1. Writes by the Queen's command to desire that my lord, Cecil's father, will send Mr. Hiks, if Mr. Maynerd be not returned, to look

    Index, C, 01 October 1594-31 December 1595

    Durham, 226. Cloth , export of, 46, 47, 49, 111, 358, 359, 376, 483, 485. Clothrove , Henry, 355. Cluny (Clune), Gordon of, 199. his house razed, 14. Coal , export of, 267. Coal mines , 526. Cobham Hall ,

    General Index, C, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    , see Cothers. Clotworth , John, 189 Cloughe , Thomas, 155 Clovell , George, 94 Clowes , William, 260 Clunn (Clune), Adam, 31 Clyfton , see Clifton Clynton , Charles, 80 -, Edward, 80 (2) Coal , Purveyance of, 459

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were slightly injured, as were all the other passengers.-Coven- try ie aid. ExcU TvIoN-ExTRAoaoDn AR CASE.-On Wednesday, Tiensoty Mlag7rath, Michael Clune, and Meatth/e Sullivan, were executed at Ennis, for cutting out the tongues of the Doyles.-The three sufferers denied any Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with great care and tenderness by my mother, who lived with her mother and sisters at a small house called Clune. I can now, at the dis- tance of twenty years, and fifteen thousand miles, call before me with great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be Capt. vice Ptevst Major T. E. Lacy, who exchanges; Lieut. J. V. Gaisford to be Capt. by purchase, vice Clune, who retires; Ensign C. J. W. Norman to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Gaisfordd. 73rd Foot -Lieut. P. B. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    distant parts of Clare, Limerick, and Tipperary." No less than thirty priests were present, amongst wbhom were Fathers Burke and Clune. The ' Examiner ' further states that- " After the religions ceremonies were concluded, a imeethig was held in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with the Roman Cathoic0ague The proprietor (Mr T. Wallace) is a Protestant of the Liberal of politics. Fathers Bourke and Clune, and the other rioters eausct vhom informations had been sworn, appeared before the 05a5istrate at Six-minle-bridge on Tuesday, and Subscribers-only content

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