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You searched for: Place: Cog, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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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

  • * British History Online *

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    Records of Kendale, Further records

    are customed. Measurement by a stick or rod; a verger carries a wand. The name Cogware must surely come from Cog. a broadly built cargo-ship, and the ware such as was largely exported to the North American markets. Kindly supplied

    Schedule of place names, A - F

    the right bank of the river Ely. COG, The. A stream which flows through and gives its name to the lordship and parish of Cogan. On it is a house called the Cog Farm. If the name is Aryan, it


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