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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sullington Church

    may also have had tithe rights in Cobden , since in 1542 Magdalen College , Oxford , its successor, leased to Edward Shelley of Findon the best lamb of the t ithes of Cobden . 58 In 1251 the rector

    Sullington Economic history

    outweighed in importance by the demesne farms of Sullington and Cobden ; Sullington demesne had 146 a. of arable, 183 a. of pasture, and 47 a. of meadow, and Cobden had 169 a. of inclosed fields. Each farm had downland

    Sullington Manors and other estates

    the medieval one was added in the 19th century. In 1473 Richard Mill (d. 1476) held a 30-a. estate at COBDEN , which he settled on his wife Margaret for life. It later seems to have passed to his son

    Heyshott Heyshott Parish Church

    Fisher Unwin to the Cobden Memorial Association. Conferences and meetings are held there. The Cobden Club and a small library and reading-room were opened there by Mrs. Fisher Unwin , who was formerly a Miss Cobden . In 1933 the

    Sullington Sullington c. 1875

    presumably Bronze Age spearheads and swords were found in 1812 north of Sandgate . 49 It has been suggested that Cobden , in the south end of the parish, is a Celtic site, 50 and allegedly Roman house sites were

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Senedd-un ag a wnaetb gymaint dros fasnach iqydd, dilead y trethi oddiar wybodaeth, &c., mewn cysyiltiad a Cobden, a Bright. Arferai Mrn Cobden ddyweyd y gallai ef a'i gyfaill Mr. Bright .wneyd gwell gwasanaeth ] ryddid mewn byd ac eglwys Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    notwithstanding) a William Penn, meddaf i waered. Ac fe wyr pawb fod cyfeillion d- beddwch y dyddiau diweddaf hyn, Bright, Cobden, l Henry Richard, Buxton, Clarkson, ac eraill, yn ddynion sydd wedi pleidio gwir ryddid bob amser, is ac wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    onite ? Gresyn na wrandawsai Lloegr ar John Bright y pryd hwnw. Y mae yn demtas iwn difynu o ateithiau Cobden, Bright, Milner Gibson, le, a Syr James Graham,. Gladstone, a Sidney Herbert, yn 1855, ar aeblysur cynhadledd Vienna-areithiau y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'i achosion, dymia fel y ywedai am dd:y d: Y- fodol y byd:- w a "N i bydd i freuddwydion Cobden a Bright, a'r Al an fath bregethwyr heddwch, byth gael eu sylweddoli. d 'w Ffolineb ydyw meddwl y bydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ¢ael ei chynal, Sadwrn y 24ain, yn Miduurat, ile genedigol Richard Cobden. 'Bwriedir i'r gym- deithas, ar ol cyraedd y' ie, fyned'yn gyntaf peth ar (4"bereridod' at -fedd Cobden, yr lawn sydd-mewn , !lea ddiavw*yd gaiaddO bf ei Iuni'iyn etiyyd, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The control of the purse in the United States government., 1894

    United States ; Greely, American Conflict; Wilson , Congressional Government; Stickney , a True Re¬ public; Correspondence on the Budget, Cobden Club; North Ameri¬ can Review, vols. 26, 108, in,. 128; The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 55; The Nation, for April Subscribers-only content

    The control of the purse in the United States government., 1894

    the beginning of each session the Secretary of the Treasury presents his report of the financial condition of the government, and his estimates of the revenue and expenditure for the coming year . •The Budget, Cobden Club Scries, pp. 105-1-3. Subscribers-only content

    Evils of a hereditary aristocracy., 1869

    intelligible exposition of the different systems of land tenure. If any one wishes to understand the political dispute between Mr. Cobden and the Times, he can ' t do better than purchase this excellent little treatise. Here, in the compass Subscribers-only content

    The curse of Cobden: or, John Bull versus John Bright., 1887

    C URSE OF COBDEN ; not result in the employment of English capital in Eng¬ land Don ' t you think the working man would be a little more inclined to remain in his own country and that the untaxed Subscribers-only content

    The curse of Cobden: or, John Bull versus John Bright., 1887

    C URSE OF COBDEN ; workpeople, could make an excellent profit when other places could hardly make ends meet. And so matters went on, until one fine day he received a visit from two gentlemen, one named Cobden , and Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LYON, William (1807-1892).

    LYON, William (1807-1892). Constituency Dates Seaford 7 Mar. 1831 1832 Ofifces Held Cornet 8 Drag. 1823, lt. 1825, capt. 1826; capt. (half-pay) 6 W.I. Regt. 1833; maj. (ret.) 67 Ft. 1841-d. Biography Lyon, who inherited �100,000 from his father

 

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