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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4larthnabuiebb, &C. MASNACH YD. fCrynodeb o Adroddiadau yr Wythinos.) Yr oedd y fasnach mewn Id yn fwy sefydleg; a gwrthodai yr amaethwyr werthu heb brisiau nwch. Ni chynygiwyd ond symiau byehain o wenith ar werth; a gwerthai yn rhwydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhwarter * hasdd, oos oc i oos oc y chwarter; *ceirch, 20s. oc. i 22s or y chwsrtrr; blawd reirch, Cog Co i Cos oc y 240 pwys; pytatws, Cs Cc p iCC pwys; ymenynL ifres, os lie y pays Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oc y 240 pwvs; pytatwsSs so O i 3s Sc y 100 pwys; cig eidion, Sc i 0¢ y pWy9; Cog dafad, Do i Oc y pwys. LLANGEYeNI, Rhag. 24- Gwenith, 42s Oc i 46s Oc y ch.varter; holdd, 30s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mynai G. nad ydyw yr enwau sydd yn Hai yn Gymaraeg na'r Saesneg Y_ GY_ reg a gwvbl. Er engreifft, Cog. eas, veal, a lie! Wl aYBwro y trawlddeg fythgofiadwY, "Shc was thou p/it to have disused." Dylsi G. ddilch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod allots ar Fortgag'e 435,41Op. Fed gweddillewa 0'r Eriijon or 01 rain yr boll drenlindau yn 44n1p.-O'r hyn y telir Cog yU o l 6P Y coont, si t1l.lep., gao adeel 2460p. tuog at Y fiwyddyn ddyiodol. S gyda p Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Lymington Index Map to the Liberty of Lymington

    de Stok, a merchant of Norwich , and Thomas de Coventry , a merchant of Bristol , chartered the Rode Cog of Lymington , John de Ouse , master, to bring wine, mead, leather, canvas and other goods from Harfleur

    Bridgwater Economic history

    67 Among prominent businessmen in the port in the 15th century were John Kedwelly, owner of a crayer called the Cog John of 24 tons and another ship of 50 tons, both evidently captured by the French in the Channel

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HACON, John, of Great Yarmouth, Norf.

    he joined the fleet under the joint command of the admirals of the west and north as master of La Cog John of Yarmouth, manned by a crew of 60 mariners; and later from 11 May to 3 July 1377

    THOMER (TOMERE), William, of Bridgwater, Som.

    at the time of the Peasants’ Revolt, when Thomer seems again to have been involved. Certainly, a crayer called Le Cog John and three lasts of herring worth £15, which he owned jointly with one John Bursy, were subsequently confiscated

    FASTOLF, Hugh (d.c.1392), of Great Yarmouth and Caister, Norf. and London.

    in a fleet of warships conscripted for defence, and for the next four months he was at sea on La Cog John, manned by 50 mariners and 50 soldiers. Such was his ability that by December 1362 he had been


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