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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, C

    [refugee ] from Sedan in France, 576. Colbeach , Thomas, shipmaster, 2059. Colbeck , Col., died in Jamaica, 891. Colburn (Coleburn, Colebourn, Colebarn), Ann, tenant, Ellingham, 1509. -, John, rebel in the West, 421. -, -, engineer of the Mint,

    Index, A - K

    see Calshott Coldicott , James, of Mare Street, 844, 864 Cole Ma. (d. 1736), 356 Sarah, of Church Street, 366 Coleburn , William, victualler, of Clapton, 1103 Coleman , E. (d. 1738), 358 Mary Ann, poor child, 836, 841 Mary

    Index of names and places, C

    i. 1244; ii. 1334, 1381. Cole Barwick . See Berwick St. Leonard. Colebrooke (Colbrook), co. Devon, ii. 1430. Coleburne (Coleborn, Coleburn): Henry, i. 1129. Matthew, i. 383, 556. Nicholas, i. 289. Robert, ii. 1381. Coleclough (Colehough): Adam, ii. 1078. John,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    house of Eliz.bath Coleburn, the next dror oeight onr. When she got up she observed that the lamp 'wa burning, but she did not notice the state ef the fire. After wltnese hnd communicated with Mrs. Coleburn other neigh- bours Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. Barlow, Chatcull, farmer. lhst meeting ................. 12 J. Joues, Great Iffalvere, lodging-house keeper, last exani. and die ................................11 Hi. Coleburn, Wolvermnhpton, tailor, iast exam. aud dis .,.. 11 J. Scott, Mlarket Harborsughl. chemnist, lasm exm,. and die . 11 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late. Mr. Alfred Hickman has blown in the Stonefield Furnace, and is making forge iron thereat. We under- stand Mr. Coleburn intends blowing in another furnace at Park Lane. The large works at Smethwick, formerly carried on by Beasley and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    took his seat on the Throne. He was attended by Sir Ge- neral Douglas, Lord Rosehill, Adjutant and -Gene- ral Coleburn ; mid in. the Ladies' Gallery were the Countess of Airlie, Lady Mend, and Mirs. Lindsay- . Carnegie, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for Clidnor Park; lIesbarQ Benlamili, by D'Ewcs. Coke, Esq. for P'Gfxidnev. List (3.)-GAME- tEEPERS being AsspiseidSeroa at ,f'. 5s. eacb. Coleburn Jonathan. appoiniard by B S. b Pole, Esq. for the Manors oft Hohorne, 0firir 'ilcaior,; Mercaston, Little- 1 over, Subscribers-only content

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