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  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, November 1611, 01 November 1611-30 October 1611

    her I will ever remaine her servant." Undated Holograph Seal 1 p . ( 200 9) Conham, Kent 1611, Nov. Particular of woods, Conham, Kent. 1 p . ( 145 130) In 1611 the Earl of Montgomery had a severe

    Cecil Papers, July 1598, 01 July 1598-31 July 1598

    [?1596 1598. ] "Earls of Oxford, Shr[ewsbury ] , Derby Worcester, Cumberland, Hertford, Lincoln, Nottingham; Viscount Bindon; Lords Delaware, Morley, Conham, Stafford, Gray of Wilton, Lumley, Winsor, Rich, Darcy of Chiche, Chandos, Hunsdon, St. John of Bletsoe, Buckhurst, Burghley, Compton,

    Index, C

    William, Lord, 73. Conacia see Connaught. Condell , Tho. 171. Conestable , Wm., knight, 171. Coneway , Capt. Foulke, 293. Conham , Lord, 73. Connaught (Conacia), 114, 130, 146, 153. Chief Justice of, see Dillon. Connistre , Sir Thomas, 312.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 10, 11 June 1689, 11 June 1689-11 June 1689

    Replevin. Thomas Westwood , Servant to the Weavers, received his Wages in Goods; whereof he sent a Parcel to London. Conham , by the Way, seizes those which were unsealed, without returning a Farthing, though the Duty was not worth

    Index, C

    , see Cliffe. Coanes , Mr., 305. Coape , see Cope. Cobham , (Kent) borough holders in, 445. Cobham Hall (Conham; Kent), 411. Lord Cobham's house at, letter dated from, 9. Cobham College [Kent ] , lands of, 411 412.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Scorbutie Er fftions and those meln-e choly diseases which arise from impurity of the Blood and Juices) is prepared and-sold-bY-Mrs Conham, Noi 52,;Berners street, Oxford street, at i1s. a bottleo it is also sold by most of the respectable Medicine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [JATS.-THlE KING'S LErTERS PATENT have been -LL granted to the undersigned, fo' iinportaht improvements in the manufacture of Mats, wberebyi the weight of Beaver Waterproof Hats is reduced one-half, and the priceof the best qoolity to TWENTY-ONE S ilILLINGS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    preachers saId, In their sermons they aim at nothing, and hit it." A man, name unknown, was found hanging In Conham Wood, near Bristol, on Sunday morning. He was dressed as a labourer. The directors of the Dablin and Heath Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ever been. BIRAVFRY RhrwARDDn.-On thei Slat of Mlarch, 1S76, John Chiddy, a quarryman, employed on the Great 7 W)esteri Railway, Conham, between Bath and Bistoh, I saw that a large stone had fallen llpon the metals along G which the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Daily Post. cqli -lA-NTED. by gentlenian. cheerful Ilitting and Be Room, wvith Station. Tereis must be niateo.-Add-resa. If, Snuthfield Read. Conham, Bristol. cR123 SEASIDE AND] COUJNTR-Y QUARTERS. A RRYtSTWITIOL-Plenaatesgectable Apartmenots. fivemninntes Awalk froma seam torms inoderaee. - birs, C., 1s, Subscribers-only content

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