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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE HOME OF MUSIC FOR muiSIC iN THE HOME. RIrnfelebl Music tlarebouses, DOLGELLEY AND BARMOUTH. -s-~~NEW PIANOS THIS YEAR, By Collard, Broadwood, Brinsmead, G. Rogers, Hopkinson, Chappel, and other leading Makers, thoroughly reliable and carefully selected, returned from short hire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ertnlitclb' Obiwic WUarebousee, DOLGELLEY AND BARMOUTH. -8-8- U ^ j~o NEW r I A N 0 S THIS YEAR, By Collard, Broadwood, Brinsmead, G. Rogers, Hopkiuson, Chappel, and other leading Makers, thoroughly reliable and carefully selected, returned from short hire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE THE HOME OF MUSIC FOR MUSIC IN THE HOME. Sniffelb's Mllzic WrIebouse. DOLGELLEY AND BARMOUTH. PIANOS Till TE.4 By Collard, Broadwood, Brinsmead, G. Rogers, Hopkinson, Chappel, and other leading Makers, thoroughly reliable and carefully selected, returned from short hire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MUSIC FOR MusIc IN THE HOME. Rmfiel~b' fltioic Marebou0wee DOLGELLEY AND BARMOUTH. Y A Wl\ FEW PIANOS THI YBAR, By Collard, Broadwood, Brinsmead, G. Rogeri Hopkinson, Chappel, and other leading Makers, thoroughly reliable and carefully selected, returned from abort hire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iS MIUSIC IN THE HOME. Arnfelb's Music 'arebouses, DOLGELLEY AND BARbIOUTH. -5-a- T ^ \ S~EW PIANOS THIS YExkR, By Collard, Broadwood, Brinsmead, G. Rogers, Hopkinson, Chappel, and other leading Makers, thoroughly reliable and carefully selected, returned from short hire Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Enmore Economic history

    belonged to Sir Charles Kemeys-Tynte but was not included in his manor of Lexworthy. Prowses mill was kept by the Collard family from 1782 or earlier until its closure, probably just before 1914. 14 The mill house survived in 1987

    Analysis of hearth tax assessments Ongar Hundred, 1662, 1670 and 1674

    which states that John Rodgers and John Avery are jointly charged on 4 hearths. Includes an entry which states that- Collard gentleman and John Cudge are jointly charged on 10 hearths. An entry which states that Sir Robert Abdy ,

    Spaxton Economic history

    29 A fulling mill at Radlet formed part of the estate purchased by Thomas Collard from Charles Steyning and was sold by Thomas's grandson John Collard to the trustees of Cannington almshouse. 30 In 1694 it was described as a

    Walthamstow Education and charities

    accumulating rents in £333 st ock. The income from rents and stock was then £37. 316 Mrs. Collard , who remarried after Captain Collard 's death, died in 1865 . 317 She left much property personally to the three trustees

    Industries Musical instruments

    colleague in the 19th century was F. W. Collard , whose name is connected with many improvements in the pianos produced by the firm, which is now known as Collard & Collard , of Cheapside and Grosvenor Square . Rimbault

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 March 1834, 21 March 1834

    " " and Mr. Baron Bolland, with similar Directions to those given to the Judges on the Petition of Edivard Collard, presented to the House this Day. Upon reading the Petition of Patrick Richard Black- Brady's & an* wood Brady Subscribers-only content

    16 May 1834, 16 May 1834

    from Aber¬ deen for Se¬ paration of. (C Collard Leave for a Bill: Accordingly, After reading and considering the Report of the Judges, to whom was referred the Petition of Ed¬ ward Collard, praying Leave to bring in a Private Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1834, 6 June 1834

    560 6°Junii. L 2 preceding Bills. " York devised by the Will of Henry Peirse Esquire, " deceased, in Trustees, upon Trust to sell, and to apply " the Monies arising therefrom, under the Direction of" the " High Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1834, 6 June 1834

    384. Cork a * ut>der ling ' 6° Junii. 561 burgh & eith ray Bill. cester & eley 1 Bill. Strat- Bridge Dtiefield )sure istable jsure lain jtion ivay rted: Bill Which Amendments were read by the Clerk as Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1834, 9 June 1834

    564 9° Jiinii, ^.1834, DieLunse, 9° Junii 1834. DOMINI tam Spirituales quam Temporales przesentes fuerunt: Epus. Londinen. Epus. Bangor. Epus. Cicestrien. Epus. Hereford. Epus. Miden. Ds. Brougham &$ Faux, Cancellarius. March. Lansdotime, Prasses. Dux Somerset. Dux Beaufort. Dux Brandon. Subscribers-only content

 

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