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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Berkhampstead St Peter Borough, churches and charities

    already suggested, may have been lengthened at the addition of the aisles. Cobb , Hist. of Berkhamstead , 57. Hist. of Herts . Dacorum Hundred , 63. Cobb , op. cit. 60. So called; over the lady's head are the

    Hospitals St John Baptist , Berkhamstead

    probably Honorius III in 1220 ( Cott . MS. Tib. C v, fol. 271). Hist. Antiq. of Herts . 587. Cobb ( Hist. and Antiq. of Berkhamstead , 72) marked this spot as the site of one of the hospitals,

    Parishes Wimpole

    a group of houses on the site of Park Farm . The road from there to Cobb 's wood survives as a track. Beyond Cobb 's wood was a group of cottages on the site of Little End Cottages. The

    Lichfield Parliamentary representation

    of their grip on the burgage and freehold vote. Accounts kept for the 1747-54 elections by the Whig agent, Thomas Cobb , showed that 72 votes had been acquired since 1747 at a cost of £7,894 9 s . 4

    The borough of Reading Churches

    apparently cleaned off. The church contains no other monuments of interest. There is a ring of ten bells: treble, 'Richard Cobb Ch. Warden, R.C. 1748'; (2) 'By adding two our notes we'll raise & sound y e good subscribers praise

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chlwarter nesaf fel y personau 'm mnwyaf cyrnwys o'r ymgeiswyr am y swydd o y Prif Heddgeidwad:-Cadben Best, Milwriad dI Cobb, Mr. Brook COnliffe, Mr. Owen Hughes, Id Mr. W. J. Carr, a Cad. G. B. Taylor. ,id.-- - t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Roberts, Wesley House, City Road, Mr. T. Jeremy Thomas, Queen Victoria, Street, Mr. John Hughes, Finsbury Circus, Mr Henry P.: Cobb, LincolnE Inn Fields, Mr. Abel Simner, a Mr. Ellis Jones, Fore Street. Gosoda allan y rhesymau ar ba rai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -y Williams, gwoieidog j BedSddwyr, restr o addewidion a gawaid eisoas tuag at obphen yr adeilad. Yaneu pith C Or. Cobb, 500p; Mr. TeEk 3s, Llanidloes, lOOp; Mr. a z Jobn Jnee, Bridge Rod, 100; Mr John James.. Mao,, y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to everything but insects. Tins, 6d. and Is, NUnsz EDDA'S BABY, SOOTHER is unequalled in rehevfig Tfants from Gripes, Wind, Cobb. Gustecdt S uaoX (sa abslutely safe CESz); Is, pgw tt, , --- I I * F/SUITABLE FO:L Nj~'h & Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Elliott 43211 - WIL)TS, Rhanbarth Westbury. - ..Faller 53S8 I.... i.. i''- - Thynne 3639 ... ... WARWICKSHIAB, Rhanharth Rugby. Cobb 4877... ... .. 1 - - Darlington 3533 DONEGAL, Dwyrain. McConner'4089 ... - - 1 Lea 2991 WATERtEORD, Dwvrain. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 The Circuit Walk. Hackney.

    Husband Henry Thoresby , and died in all Christian Piety on the 18th Day of August, 1616 . An Steph. Cobb buried in the Chapel here. J. Worthingt. His Legacies. Reg. Lond. E. A. Lex . J. S. R. *Or

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 November 1689, 14 November 1689

    from this Houfe, with the Addrefs for William Pttyt Efquire. The Houfe being moved, on the Behalf of Sir Wm.Cok* Cobb, Defendant to the Appeal of the Lzdj Anne Coke^JX depending in this Houfe, " That a Day may be Subscribers-only content

    23 November 1689, 23 November 1689

    by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament affembled, That the Caufe wherein Edward Coke Efquire is Plaintiff, and Thomas Cobb and others Defendants, fliall be heard, by Counfel on both Sides, at the Bar, on Wcdnefday next, at Ten Subscribers-only content

    27 November 1689, 27 November 1689

    in a Caufe wherein Sir William Cobb Knight and others were Plaintiffs, againft the faid Edward Coke your Petitioner and William Guavas Efquire and others Defendants; as alfo upon the Anfwer of Sir William Cobb Knight and others, Legatees of Subscribers-only content

    18 December 1689, 18 December 1689

    Coke <verfus Cobb. The Houfe was this Day moved, by the Confent of each Party, to tranfpofe fome Words in the Judge¬ ment of this Houfe of the 28th of November laft, in the Caufe of Coke and Cobb, that Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1697, 29 March 1697

    in Michael¬ mas Term laft, on Behalf of Sir William Fowlis and Jeof- fry Cobb; as alfo upon the Anfwers of Sir William Fowlis and Jeoffry Cobb put in thereunto : After due Confederation of what was offered there- Judgement Subscribers-only content


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