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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Milverton

    to the west of the Old Milverton Road had already been inclosed, as well as much in the south round Conery Farm, later 'called the Cunnery from formerly swarming with rabbits' 23 and now Gunnery Farm, a 17th-century timber-framed house

  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume 46, June 1-July 31, 1697, 01 June 1697-31 July 1697

    The petition and the account of the charges. 3 pages. [About June 30. ] 37 . Petit ion of William Conery to the Lords of the Treasury, for the payment of the 20 l. bounty, for which Gilbert Wharton, clerk,

    Index, C, 01 January 1697-08 March 1702

    lxvi. 23; lxxvii. 40. Concealments ; lxiv. 21; lxxiv. 23; lxxv. 32. Conelly , William, Esq.; xlvi. 61; xlvii. 35. Conery , William, petition; xlvi. 37. Coningsby , Lord, game-keeper in Ireland, and ranger of Ph nix park; lxxvii. 49;

    James II volume 1, June 1685, 01 June 1685-30 June 1685

    James II volume 1 June 1685 June 1685 756 June 1. Commission for Henry Compton, to be cornet to the troop of horse whereof Sir Francis Compton, major, is captain in the Earl of Oxford's (Royal) Regiment of Horse. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tog before the race. Mr. E. Coverdale's Eva, 3 yrs ............ (Grimahaw) 1 Mr. Saxon's Little Poll, 3 yr . .(Conery) 2 Mr. Melllb's Dapple, 2 yrs . (Bray) a Nine ran. The Ecsnty STAscEs, for all ages, of f Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~RIVCS OF WALES THEATRE. Fsae ?opriet-u and MAUSSCMr. JiA~Mttie IODOZI1t. zrc~odc'.ln of the Znew GR5AND (HRXFM.AZ2 PANTOMrIME, entitled, JACK ANqD THE HEANNTALK; ,Up. AELxQUIN OLD DAME TROT~& HER.S KOAI0IAL C&T. Written by Mr. Ohailes Dal-y. .lb he B!tifal F.Conery Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near RDANor aSGWiting ~'aa.MDi~n-Wanted inabo H .wariorrce.i, or Any ilituatlon of 1'nt-&ddreses IL Phlipse, care of Ifests. 1). Mconzie and Conery aore= Sand Streeak Birmlngham.~ c8410 INTEB.~-mpletutWanted, by a good atealty Hwid. P"odeerlo ..ere208. GamDEW011 c47aS AbINTEBS.-Wsated, a Eitnation at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~OLET-DWE~LLING HOUSES AND LA!NDI gopod' yrd9, near centreoof town. Three rcome. 3s. W1.f Strse, Summetr Lane. C31'J0 I( NGS Ilt.-Ioberot IlVila to Lt liv be wn ptwo. reeotion and strossing rooms, two good. hsitcesus; v1isser, ltarge garden. Lo ot-awhrs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Is., to he obtained at ?,AILAV %. AND OMNIU AP RAGEFNTS. 'ste W Rilwa Canpuny Aliop' tsnifbus Companl ~.'~rnban ranss' Conery os ickets, to irictuXI, a' toiri irar liusigisus.sadAdissMio to Geoun1alS, * C Hureay Cnsfaiy. I Oenius Conspanies, - .4 Subscribers-only content

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