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  • * British History Online *

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    Minute Book, April 1698, 01 April 1698-29 April 1698

    parchment to which there was only a name or two. William Nightingale says on 26th January they were going to Colehill but met men that told them the Receiver would not take the money [which they carried ] : he

    Index of persons and Places, C

    of London, 344. Colehill. See Coleshill. Coleman , Richard, lieutenant, Bolton's regiment, 274. Colenbine. See Columbine. Colepeper. See Culpeper. Coles , George, underclerk of the House of Commons, 440. -, Henry, petition of, 302. Coleshill , Colehill, co. Warwick, 81.

    London and Middlesex Fines, Edward VI

    and Margaret, his wife. Land in Totenham and Edelmeton. Hil. Anno 4. Thomas Rowe and Mary, his wife, and Thomas Colehill, gentleman, and Mary, his wife. Land in Hakney. Hil. Anno 4. John Mathell and Jasper Fesaut, esquire, and Margaret,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pa A K a UP. or all ages, at V 10 60 subsGrtbere. b4 9 Mle Hlidn Y bt NHzptlarldnot Colehill beat Arna 7 Coisetoler beat Jcv es Betly.Laie beat Kresses 6 Aleadc Halbelieday u rwn tefr beat PtBe~ D Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    roR SALE-LAND AND BUILDINTGS. T jARTIN iced PhillPs's Birmingham~ Weeklyh] and Mon.thly Isvrstmcnt Liste, coerprising Ground Rents. weekly and S Juairterlyllroprtiee. Estates, Building Lands. Residences. Shares., Dal lnhsrCorporation Life Annuitte~ blortgaoe Securitics,,,~i Zioneys to Lend. may be hatb4 graistl, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i ], . . that they themselves hmadr cil50'li'Cl t:e ill y imposed upon them.-. tetCnott e 5155' at the Colehill Chapelby the NOC. 1 1 miugliam aeand in th e eveillitiga pubtic lCt Il :3 largely attended, was held. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOR SALE-SHOPS AND BUSMqESSES, P RNTES rnd tatoiir~r-Rno Opoeroltto Partieg corn-C orojr.fifIcitC 'iria ' it ,r~rso f"Oolsetpfoi Mfinerva oulchnre,'e-" Y 00,aOiiili nd ,fori, 50luni f b ~ioblpag type, cascs, &be. Price nuub £1l5.-Ardr. 5 D a uj1AvINis irTiadllairoattring Ihisi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rent of £11L l~s. L.OT 1.-LEEIK STHEET.N-Itine Front HoUbE4S. NoM 3,4,,A 8. 6. 7. 8. and 9, in Leek Street, Colehill Setsd a R"SA LI SHOP, No. 54, in Buck Steeet, thewhole now or recently la at roots amounting to Subscribers-only content

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