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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 18th November 1843

    with Albert, till the others with the Harriers came & met us. We left & drove along the road to Colebrook ; the fox was sulky & would not run, accordingly they went to look for a hare. This was

    Thursday 6th December 1838

    at an amazing pace. We went over Datchet Bridge & by Colebrook & Langley , returning the same way. It was very fine when we started, but after passing Colebrook , there came on a heavy wet fog which lasted

    Thursday 6th December 1838

    long. We rode out over Datchett Bridge , by Colebrook , Langley , and home the same way. It was very fine when we went out, but when we passed Colebrook , there came on a very heavy and wet

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PREGEH ar. yr mYSiGOA:BBOTH9OL f¶ AN yd dweddaa'Bitcii.-E.XO6AN DY3FFRy. GT Ail As'graiad. P~ris; 2c ;_,i Ysgolion Sab- bothol, cant ac uichod, yn ol 12s, 6c. !y, cant. . I' chaelgan y cyhkddwr, R. 0. Rees, DolgellaU; a chai M"ssra. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iawn, a bod capel yn Islingtor wedi ei gynyg iddynt ar deletau rhesymol iawn, sef capel y Scotch Presbyterians, yn Colebrook Row, ac yn wyneb fod llawer o'r aelodau yn byw allan o'r ddinas bod yr eglwys yno yn tueddu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dyffryn, Mehefin 4,5. L Henaduriaeth Lancashire, . U Liverpool, 'Mai 9. Lleyn ac aifiouydd, Ilnbedrog, Mai 7, 8. r Lilundain, Colebrook Row, Mai 80. a Moen, Nazareth, Pentraeth, Mai 8, 9. Maesyfed, Mal 'Manchester, Mai 29ain. Meirion, Dwyrain, Talybont, Mai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1. Ffilint, Dyffryn, Mehefin 4, 5. Henaduriaeth Lancashire, Liverpool, Mehefin 6. Lleyn ac Eifionydd, Gosen, Mehefin 4, 5. E LIundain, Colebrook Row, Mai 30. Mon, f Maesyfed, i Manchester, Mai 29ain. Meirion, Dwyrain, Penmachno, Meh. 11, 12. Meiron, Gorllewin, Llwyngwril, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dyffryn, Mehefin 4, 5. - Henaduriaeth Lancashire, C Liverpool, Mehefin 6. 61: Lleyn ac Eifionydd, Gosen, Mehefin 4, 5. Llundain, Colebrook Row, Mai 30. a Mon, . Maesyfed, V Manchester, fai 29ain. f Meirion. Dwyrain, Penmachno, Meeh. 11, 12. Meircon, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLOUNT, Sir Walter (d.1403), of Barton Blount, Derbys.

    confiscated from the rebel, Thomas, Lord Despenser. He and his wife also secured grazing rights on the duchy manors of Colebrook, Duffield and Shottle in Derbyshire; and although they were theoretically supposed to pay an annual rent of £4 for

    COPPLESTONE, John (d.1458), of Copplestone in Colebrooke, Devon.

    for probate. His own will was dated 18 Oct. 1458. He wished to be buried in St. Katherine’s aisle in Colebrook church, an aisle which his executors were instructed to rebuild to match the other. The graves of himself and

 

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