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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Calder

    At the time of the suppression, the tradition was that the abbey 'was founded by Lord Raynalld Meschynne, lord of Copland , in 1134 ' (Harl. MS. 604, f. 122). The Priory of Hexham , i. 82. Canon Raine has

    Harrow , including Pinner Social history

    replaced in the early 19th century by the Grays , who were treated deferentially as the local squires. 39 The Copland sisters, of Sudbury Lodge , were great local benefactresses, 40 as was George T. Barham , who lived in

    Harrow , including Pinner Education

    A school was established next to the church of St. John the Evangelist , Wembley , by Frances and Anne Copland in 1849 . It comprised a teacher's house, a schoolroom, and a classroom, and was maintained by endowment, voluntary

    Harrow , including Pinner Suburban development HARROW

    the century that the area around the station was sold for building. After the death of General Copland Crawford in 1895 , the Copland estate, then called Harrowdene estate, was open to development, mainly by the Conservative Land Co., 65

    Parishes Burcot

    holdings and now paid over half the land tax. 95 He apparently farmed the land himself, but in 1807 Gabriel Copland took over the property and let it to a tenant farmer, Charles Tawney . 96 It is likely that

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ironmonger (hen aelod) ; Dr. Lloyd Williams (hen aelod), a John Williams, butcher. THROUGH AUSTRALIA ON WHEELS. Mr. J. C, Copland, member of Surrey Bicycle Club, England; of the Sidney Bicycle Club; Executive, New South Wales Cyclist Union, writes: I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    retired for the pur- pose of a consultation. A genteel, elderly man, who, with much reluctance, said his namne was Copland, and that he was a farmer in Essex, was charged by Jobs Edwards, master of the Bull and Gate, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SrEcWsRT AtsAoeasceNts, Esq.M.P. Chairman. .lisCeolD MI: R&Isas, Bgq. Deputy Chairmen. W. C. Brandrarn, Egq. John Martist, Esq. M. P. Wilicam Copland Ergl Rowland Mitchell, Esq. WifliarT D, DoiiFol, Esq. Robert ilitford, EsH. Sir T, H1iryii Fw.;qrahxr, Bart. John C. Ravenslhaw, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s, Esq. M.P. Chairman. RICHARDh M;;B RAIKES, Esq. jOeputy Chairmansm. AV. C. Brandram, Esq. John 'Martil, Esq. SI. P. Williamn Copland, Es .. Rowland Mitchell, Esq. William D. Dowvzon, sq. Robert Milford, Esq. Str T. H arsie Facrquehr, Bert. John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of which Mr. loLFoaD vindi- cated the conduct of the Committee.-Sir JOSEPae YORo E complained of the dismissal of Mr. Copland Hutchinson, the medical attendant of the establishment.-Mr. W. COUIRTENAY said, that gentleman's dismissal had been occasioned not by any Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    Berkshire, Oxfordshyre. 4. Vppon Herefordshyre, Gloucestershire, Wircestershire, Salops shire. 5. Vppon Wiltshyre, Dorcetteshyre, Summersetshire, Deuonshire, Cornwal. 6. Euerwickshire, Richmondshire, Lancaster, Copland, Westmerland, Northūberlād, Cūberlād.Ex Epitome Matth. parisiēsis et aliarum historiarum.In the which yere also Richard Archbishop of Cant. made. 3.

    K. Henry .2. taketh penance for Beckets death.

    Barkeshire, Oxfordshyre. 4. Vpō Herefordshyre, Gloucestershyre, Wircestershyre, Salops shyre. 5. Vpon Wiltshyre, Dorcetshyre, Sommersetshyre, Deuōshyre, Cornwall. 6. Warwickshyre, Richmondshire, Lancaster, Copland, Westmerland, Northumberland, Cumberland.Ex Epitome Math. Parisiensis & aliarum historiarum.In the which yeare also, Richard Archb. of Canterbury made 3.

    The greeuous penance that K. Henry. 2. taketh for Bec. death. Iustices of assise ordeined.

    Barkeshire, Oxfordshire. 4. Vpon Herefordshyre, Gloucestershyre, Wyrcestershyre, Salops shyre. 5. Vpon Wiltshyre, Dorsetshyre, Somercetshyre, Deuonshyre, Cornwall. 6. Euerwickshire, Richmondshire Lancaster, Copland, Westmarland, Northumberland,Cumberland.Ex Epitome Math. Parisensis & aliarum historiarum.In the which yeare also, Richard Archb. of Caunterbury, made 3. Archdeacons

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 July 1784, 13 July 1784

    and others, Bufiiby to the Appeal of Joz3zz Fzz/ZzZzy, Sheriff Clerk of Pzzot- againft /r/ej, was this Day brought in. Copland eta!. Aliens Goods Bill. cc Hod/e 1' wYe /c?cf?<a: f/Z PzZZa, iatituled, " An Aft to difcontinue the Petty Subscribers-only content

    12 April 1802, 12 April 1802

    fame Place; and to adjourn as they pleafe. Kent Street Roads Bill. Hamond's Bill. Copland again ft Jones: Hodie 2-" vice lecla eß Billa, intituled, " An Act for * repealing an Act, paffed in the Twenty-fir ft Year of Subscribers-only content

    8 July 1811, 8 July 1811

    Bench, in the ufual Manner, delivered in at the Table Four Writs of Error: In the firft of which, Robert Copland is Plaintiff, and Thomas Hebfon and Chriftopher Hebfon are De¬ fendants : In the Second, Thomas HzV/and Humphrey Wood Subscribers-only content

    10 July 1811, 10 July 1811

    Drummon Bayne againft Walker. Copland againft Hebfoiis, in Error. Adjourn» Journals of the Houfe of Lords, A.\% it S! " Appeal depending in. this Houfe, thay refiding in " Scotland:" It is Ordered, That the faid Charles Berry may enter Subscribers-only content

    16 July 1811, 16 July 1811

    A Petition of Thomas Hebfon and Chrißopher Hebfon, Defendants in a Writ of Error depending in this Houfe, wherein Robert Copland is Plaintiff, was prefented and read; fetting forth, " That the Petitioners having re- " covered a Judgement in Subscribers-only content

 

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