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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Newydd.- J. IF.J. Y dyad o'r blaen, cafodd bachgen bychan a wasan aethai fol ne csenwr yn masnachdy y Mri. Cockayne, Sheffield, ei lomi yn fawr ar dderbyniad y newydd fod ii ewythr wedi gadeel ar ei ol iddo y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Ray- ner, Horbury.-S S Smithson, Kingston-upon-Hull, provision merchant. [Lightioot and Co, Hull.-J Bruton, I-Iereford, dealer in corn. [Gar- rold, Hereford.-C Cockayne, Cannock Chase Burntwood, Staffordshire, licensed victualler. [Jackson, West Bromnsich.-J G Mason, Ironmon- ger street, Stamford, ironmonger. [Shephard, Sise lane.-W Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Otley, and Co We resume our notice of Dr Wolff's adventures. The Punjaub was to Wolff a perfect land of Cockayne. Every day while he remained there he received, he again Itells us, " five-and-twenty pounds sterling, horses with " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the primitive scheme of medicine adopted by the Teutonic peoples, and well represented by the Anglo- Saxon 'Herbarium' which Mr Cockayne has printed in alternate pages of Anglo-Saxon text and English trans- lation, is a study of the venerable myths Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clayton, E. C., 'Queeis of Song,' . Cobbe, F. P., ' Cities of the Past.' 3s, ' Itaoh's I 645. Cockayne, ILeechbdoms, &r of E'rly~ I; gL | 1 land,' 121, 165. Colenso. Bish op, i }n Pentateueh ' Part Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 February 1703, 11 February 1704

    Orders or Decrees made in the Court of Chancery, in Crofs Caufes, between the Ap¬ pellant and Elizabeth Cockayne Wife of James Cockayne Efquire; and praying " Relief therein ; and that all " Proceedings upon the faid feveral Decrees Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1703, 18 February 1704

    Houfe, that they have agreed to the fame, without any Amendment. Upon reading the Petition of Elizabeth Cockayne,Cockayne Wife of James Cockayne Efquire, Refpondent to the ^W Appeal of Anthony Rome Efquire; ihewing, " That (he " having put Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1703, 23 February 1704

    Wife of James Cockayne Efquire; and praying " Relief " therein; and that all Proceedings upon the faid feve- " ral Decrees or Orders uiav be ftayed:" As alio upon the Anfwer of the faid Elizabeth Cockayne put in there¬ Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1776, 1 March 1776

    pleafe. Re Kc D Cockayne to tafkrrith ^BiU e A Meflage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, M Lyttelton and others : With a Bill, intituled, " An Aa: to enable Edward John Andrews Cockayne and his Iflue, to Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1776, 4 March 1776

    and Place ; and to adjourn as they pleafe. Cockayne to Hodie 2* vice lecla efl Billa, intituled, " An Adi to take the Name a enable Edward John Andrews Cockayne, and his Iffue, e. Frith, Bill. it to take Subscribers-only content

 

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