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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 328, July 1-17, 1636, 01 July 1636-17 July 1636

    way with a French shallop of Calais, in which were 24 men, one gun, and two murderering pieces, whereof John Coille was captain, who commanded them to strike their topsails, which was done, and afterwards they boarded and pillaged from Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 20 June 1636-14 April 1637

    , John, Mayor of Rochester Cogenhoe , co. Northampton Coggeshall , Essex clothiers of, petitions of paper of their grievances Coille , Capt. John Coke , Edward Sir Francis George, Bishop of Bristol, and afterwards of Hereford letters of letter Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mestemn,VWilliam broome,' ihonas, Warren, Thunlroreri SO"t!' Rihert Blair, Ambrose Phillips, Leonard Wrelsted, Amhurst SeldeaI XAci itill, Willhian 3iamilt,,n, Wiiisos Collins, Coille tuibber, Edwa'rd Vcin.2 John Dyer, Allai' Hiarny, Isaac H-avkims flroiue, William Sheoscinrd' Henry Carey, Charles Chuschili, Robert Dodsley, Robert Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mar3, wlth t3ii cat squaro.- -ADldy to Mr. W. Meadovq c4503 l. T OST, Tharsdky evening, from Greenubid Eto3d, N3rbornh Coille 1. D D°G; black-and-tan, sshite meok.< E.evmrd a lil, Brietoi Boad._; _ _ _ c4600 OST, on Sunday, sm;ll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .-,, meet-ticbl.-I A-.o.o it-o Ls:et tP 6. 1' Cctersitnno Pt, E;DinY HeatL. tel bt rewarded. C01311 13 OST, a t1a Coille Dog on Sunday, and a wire-hIaird Terrier on .l Thuisiday, in the uteighbourhiod of Wake Green, MIoseley- Auyoue returinS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    per Daily Bill of Fare, from Twelve till Six. (hops, Steahs, and Supi per provided at the shortest notlee. Tea Coille, Cold Joints, and oeiltry always ready, Prices moderate, nd dlethletls marked on the Bill of Fare. l.B.-AMeS, Wines, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHIEAP? PREPAID ADVE1?TIEMEWT& For coltsecutive insertions of the classes of ADVERTISEMVENTS particoulIisod below, the following are the charges ci Two ]jnes (nline worde to a linle)......0 6 Ditto Three insertioll ......1 0 1 6 Ditto Six insertions ... Titree Subscribers-only content

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