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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Cambridge Town and gown

    Leathes , 225. Cooper , Annals , i. 441; ii. 65. Diary of Samuel Newton (C.A.S. Publ. 1890), 36. Cooper , Annals , iv. 429. Ibid. 517-18. Cooper , Annals , v. 209. Ibid. i. 75. Cooper , Annals ,

    The city of Cambridge Bridges

    foundation, New Hall . Cooper , Annals , iv. 368, 505; Memorials , iii. 263. Cooper , Annals , iv. 648. P.N. Cambs . (E.P.N.S.), 45; Willis and Clark, Archit. Hist . i. 212 (Henneabley); Cooper , Memorials , iii.

    The city of Cambridge Constitutional history

    1569 : Cooper , Annals , ii. 242. Cooper , Annals , i. 96. Ibid. 163. See above, p. 32. Cooper , Annals , ii. 2, 97. Bateson, Cambridge Gild Records (C.A.S. Publ. 1903), pp. xxiii, 8, 9. Cooper ,

    The city of Cambridge Modern history

    cit. 137-8; Cooper , Annals , iii. 394. Lowry to Speaker Lenthall , 1 Aug. 1645 ; Cooper , Annals , v. 414. Colonel Mildmay . Cooper , Annals , v. 414 sqq. Varley, op. cit. 86; Cooper , Annals

    The University of Cambridge The sixteenth century

    ii. 333-6, 549-50; Cooper , Athenae , i. 39-40. Cooper , Athenae , i. 22. Ibid. 87; Epistles of Erasmus , ii. 332; iii. 296. Epistles of Erasmus , ii. 76-77; Cooper , Athenae , i. 40. Cooper , Athenae

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyfrif fod Good Fn newydd.ddyfodiad ir Ile. Daliai y.Barnwr Gibson ya gyndyn dros y penod- iad, yr hyn oedd wedi aythrlddo y dinasyddion yn fawr. Blaenorid y gwrthryfilwyr gan y Milwriad Cooper, a bygythient ymosodisd ar ystorfeydd y Llyw. odraeth. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Baker). Er fod enwau wedi eu rhoddi wrth yr emynaucanlynol, y mae cryn amheuiaeth o barth i'w hawduriaeth:-98 (Mant); 291 (Cooper); 532 (G. Noel); 603 (Jonathan Evans); 673 (Madan). Nidyw rhif 98 i'w chael yn unrhyw un o Weithiau Mant, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Edwards. Yr oedd cyhuddiad arall g yn erbyn Mr. Groves, sef ei fod wedi traddodi dyn d o'r enw Cooper i garchar, ac wrth ganvasio, wedi y addaw wrth ei cbwaer signio memorial at yr Ysgrif- a enydd Cartrefol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i gynrtihwyo yreglwys ynoai dewbs blaeni- oriaid. HyshyYMwd- gan y-Parch. Jol[iMeredith, el fod wedi bod-.yr Golftyn .yn ymddiddan- O.'rhrawd EdWard Cooper, yrbwn sydd yynigaisydd amy sweinidogaeth, 'ac 'iddo; gaiel fad. yr.'egiwys :yno' ynh:ur. unfrydol'yr 'ei gymoeradwvyo -ef.' Penodwyd :y: Parcihi'-. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i Y arfod nesaf yr: enaduniaethi-gad SI'derbyn. :De}- w r byniwyd adroddiad ybrodyr a benwyd i hoh'Mr Ed-!; n ward Cooper, 64 olky. CytQnwd i'r br vd lwengad' a ei symudnrisyinlhaf i bregetln am hwyddyu arbrawf, *e h, gyda gwveinidogion Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 6 Cripplegate Ward. [St. Giles Cripplegate.]

    the Sheriffs, 1530 . John Hamber, Esq; 1573 . Thomas Hawley , alias Clarenciaux, King at Arms. Thomas Busby , Cooper , who gave the Queens Head Tavern to the Relief of the Poor in the Parish, 1575 . John

    Book 2, Chapter 8 Cornhil Ward. Monuments in S. Michaels.

    in terris cum Laude gesserat, Militiâ In Cœlis Triumphum auspicatus est, Idibus Aprilis 1689 . Uxorem daxit, Martha, Domini Gulielmi Cooper de Ratling Court in Agro Cantiano Baronetti Filaim natu secundam, quæ obiit viii id. Nov. 1681 . ] Dame

    Book 2, Chapter 10 Billingsgate Ward. S. Mary Hill.

    the Churchwardens for a Dish of Meat for their Pains, 00 05 00 1659 . Will. Fellows , Citizen and Cooper of London , to the Parish for a Stock, 25 00 00 The Interest to be thus disposed: For

    Book 3, Chapter 6 Cripplegate Ward. [Monuments.]

    Anno Domini 1610 . Expecting both a glorious Resurrection in Jesus Christ . A Remembrance of Thomas Busbie, Citizen and Cooper of London : who departed this Life in the year 1575 . and was buried the 11 day of

    Book 3, Chapter 6 [Charities.] Cripplegate Ward. [Bounds.]

    Ruins. ] CHARITIES. Charities to the Poor in the Parish of St. Giles without Cripplegate . Mr. Thomas Busby , Cooper , gave Forty dozen of Wheaten Bread, and four Loads of Charcoals, to be distributed yearly, for ever, to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COOPER, John.

    COOPER, John. Constituency Dates Berwick-upon-Tweed 1529 Biography No trace has been found of a Cooper family in Berwick in the 16th century and all that is known of John Cooper is that he was dead by the spring of 1532,

    COOPER, Edward Synge (1762-1830), of Markree Castle, co. Sligo and Boden Park, co. Westmeath.

    COOPER, Edward Synge (1762-1830), of Markree Castle, co. Sligo and Boden Park, co. Westmeath. Constituency Dates Co Sligo 1806 261830 Biography Cooper succeeded his deranged elder brother as county Member and as manager of the family interest, though he declined

    COOPER, John (1552-1610), of Pawlett, Som.

    COOPER, John (1552-1610), of Pawlett, Som. Constituency Dates Whitchurch 1584 Whitchurch 1586 Ofifces Held Gent. pens. 1583; j.p. Som. 1591. Biography Though there were two other John Coopers-a son of John Cowper of Ditcham and a Serjeant Cooper, one of

    COOPER, John I, of Worcester.

    office Cooper was indicted at Worcester before the county j.p.s for having forcibly abducted one William Cooper, a servant of John Wybbe of Hanbury, from his master’s service. Presumably William was a kinsman of his. Precisely what property Cooper owned

    COOPER, Robert I, of Midhurst, Suss.

    COOPER, Robert I, of Midhurst, Suss. Constituency Dates Midhurst Apr. 1384 Midhurst Nov. 1384 Midhurst 1402 Ofifces Held Constable, Midhurst by Dec. 1402. Biography He may have been the Robert Cooper who in 1391 conveyed to John Cooper and his

 

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