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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Worcester The castle and public buildings

    printed. Foley, op. cit. iv, 282. Foley, op. cit. iv, 282. Noake, Worc. Sects , 76. The house of Richard Cornton was registered for Congregationalists in 1672 ( Cal. S. P. Dom . 1672, p. 235). Noake, Worc. Sects ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda to Volume 1, Introduction

    first of the present series of Inquisitions. It was taken in 1559, on the death of Sir George Mathew of Cornton, and describes the devolution of that manor from 1435. Sir George was also seised of many other estates in

    Records of the Exchequer, 1571-1611

    say that Edward Veghan . . . . . . on the day when he murdered one Philip Robin at Cornton in the county aforesaid, to wit, the first day of March in the [blank ] year of the reign

    Letters and Papers, October 1539, 26-31, 01 October 1539-31 October 1539

    Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. p . 4, m . 43. 38 . John Blake, of Cornton, Glamorgan, marches of Wales, butcher, alias Jenkyn Blake, of Cornton, husbandman. Protection, going in the suite of Arthur viscount Lysle. Westm. 23 Oct. Pat

    General Index, C, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    Admiral's regiment company of Cornish , Henry, of Stanton Harcourt, Presbyterian, licences to Philip, house of, Kingston, Somerset, licences to Cornton , Richard, house of, Worcester, licence to Cornwall , pressed men from, sent to Plymouth places in, where buildings Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, June 11-30, 1672, 11 June 1672-30 June 1672

    Presbyterian. a 177 Thomas Badland a House of William Cheatle, Worcester. Presbyterian. a 177 Richard Fincher a House of Richard Cornton, Worcester. Congregational. a 177 James Hallet a House of John Dammer, Cerne, Dorset. Presbyterian. a 177 Ralph Ecclesole a Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which even the fertile imagination of a Quarterly Reviewer can lay to the charge of the Hun- garians. Southe V's Cornton Place Book. Third Series. Analytical Readings. Edited by his Son-ill-law, John Wood Warter, B.D Longman and Co. We are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for amending the law of partnership, for the regulation ofjoint. stock companies, to regulate certain offices in the House of Cornton, to amend the acts relating to the metropolitan police, to reform the City of London Corporation, to render more Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOA YADfor £1A, inaGo- yadPvaolSoe o t_.10 776fl+~~~~~~~~ Achor A Fir not-gls .-CAL dre5,29,raily Post. e4103 pAEIWs HeyO, Straw, and~ Cornton Valaat.ton be l DSOrD OF.e .U.a thre Tw'et radyt,6-Monley. Retai USnBSS1IS in.ta Brrtult- Fawdry Agnton Stree, ?rom Eleveetb ou.03 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for porina- Lnoaoj'; stlttii }oom fnod twoe Bad toomos. wvitii attendance anud 11n5 of piarm,-Ainply, liMre. Deeloy, Tfle Hotter iarin, Cornton, Ilear ?ttaliennAury, Wi to.L 62 1j1RAM2fGTON-Unfcnlnhed Itoot anl titd, by Blachl~or, with attendance; vary littla athrialu.-Address, 4, 13., 18, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUB1, I AMMETSj HEARE ROYAL, BIRBIINGRABI. ftce finest rantowlome ever prodaeed lia ttiu Theatre -the ckno~ledgevd lloveiof P'antomimec. EVeRY EvSSiS.o, at 7 (Doors open 6 and 636), "CINDERELLA." MOft-TNtN PEIWOntMA2TCYS ou MOoenAy anel Tritunyrttx. Cornmienceat 26oclock. Doors openl1artI .3. Subscribers-only content

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