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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Horsell

    Richard Simones. 16 The Collyer family continued to hold it, though it is not generally called a manor. 17 The Collyers of Hill Place were among the lay impropriators of the ti thes (q.v.), mentioned about 1682 and in 1804

    Parishes Steep

    Lord Selborne , the architect being the late Mr. Waterhouse , R.A., and at present occupied by Mrs. Horsley-Palmer ; Collyers , a large brick house built about twenty years since by the late Colonel Ughtred Shuttleworth , and now

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 112 to 114 ; and an advance of 1 in Manchester :Preference, at 91 to 10, and Nalder and Collyers Preference, at. 113 to 12~.. Canals and ])ocks. -A decline of I in London and St, Katherine lDork, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brewei-ies.-An advance of -s in Denver U~nited, at 104 to 11 : and a deelline of -4 in Nalder and Collyers I Cum. Preference, at 124 to 123. I Canals and Docks--A decline of 1% in Regent's Canal, at 58 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Co., 6%' Brea., 152, 1,i, Manchester Brewery, 7% Prof., 12% William McSwan and Co., 5% Prea., 11; Yalder and Collyers Brewery, 6% Fret., 12#; New Westminster Brew~eryz, SA; Parker's Burelam Brewery, 6%o Brat., 113* Raid's Breoery 5% Praf., 117; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at '78 to 81; 1 in ditto Preference, at 110 to 118; and an advance of 4 in Naider and Collyers, at 114 to 124. Coal, Iron, and Steel.-An advance of 4 in Consett Iron, at 21 to 22'. Commercial Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 in Tarapaca, at 4 5 to 43. - . I I I Breweries.-An advance of i in Nalder and Collyers, at 144 to 14j. Commercial and Industrial.-A decline of I in Crvstal Palace Second Debenture, at 48 to 51; Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, C

    (Coljear, Collyear), [Thomas ] , lieutenant colonel, petition of, 96. -, Sir David, his regiment. See Army regiments. Colliers , Collyers, [End ] , co. Herts., 313. Collin , Matthew, a clipper of coin, 360. Collinge. See Coling. Collingwood ,

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