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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    means the less to to be enjoyed for the various taste of the eateel's. 1La Cclnerentota is vell execeted exceptingthe Cose, wiich comne rather tardy offi Signo;r Tloatri, tna neiw ;enlor singer, l2s a pleasmit voice, and if lie relie, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ofParliametlt theit Lordahips reot theirtdtcisiol. Yoor Petitioner, thlerefore, prays yoIur Lordships will caln'e t-i Inqtiry to be made into ris Cose, unidt afford funis such relieF en your Lordnhipa in your wisdom inmy de~ni preper. And your Petitioner, a- in-dtyV Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. . AFFF.CTTNG lNcarDENr.-A few years ago, iii working to establish anew comamunication between two shafts of a mine at Fahkin, the capital of Dalecarlia. the body ofa misier was diseovered in a state of perfect preservation, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    = edition,, XV. and XVI. I a-- ~~Frited~tL~d~ mtiais toketreet, Cose ont-gazden ;,of whom| ; Dam. y heRtHo.LrdBYRON. o..est published, a nOW Rditioi price 6s. bds. of " B,~ eWANDERING JEW, or the Travels and Observations of I~areachi dung Sesenteei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    compendium and indexc of tts an~d artists unequalled, as. far as we know, in any langsage."-1Literary -Gazette. s ' Archdeacon Cose, in his interesting sketches of the Lives of Coreggio and parmegiano: speakis of the accuracy of Mr. Bryan's work. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill for Sale of Part of the settled Estate of John Ayshocombe, Gentleman, lying in the County of Warwick, and for Settling another Estate in the same County, of equal value, to the same uses, in li..., 11 June 1743

    the faid Meffuage and Grainge belonging feverally, called or known by the Name of Ow/jzzrJ'y C/o/f, Zmcz<.r'.s P;V«, Ou^rc.'.. Zi«:i?, Cose; MzzzzW, and Gotez Cztz/7, with the Appurtenances; and, alfo, all that arable Land and Common Field Land to the Subscribers-only content

    8 July 1807, 8 July 1807

    journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 1807. «¦ and for purchafing with the Money arifing by fuch *' Sale other Lands and Hereditaments, to be fettled to " the like Ufes, upon the fubfifting Trufts of the faid Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Sess. 1830-31. INDEX. 1127 Petitions — continued. Mansion House Chapel, Camberwell; Sawston; Stratford St. Mary; and Castle Street Chapel, Exeter, 415. — East Street Chapel, Greenwich; Matlock; Liverpool; Southwold and Reydon; Tattingstone; Putney; Perth; Bonsall; Madeley Wood; Salford; Baptists, Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1711, 19 May 1711

    faid Perfon to'd him. that Mr. Hacked defired, that he would carry the laid Papers to Sir George Stonehonfe, and Cose, the Dcor-kceper: Which he did accordingly, and delivered them to S:r George Stone/wife, and Cox at the Houfe, in Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1790, 13 May 1790

    Board said Vessel from said Princessa, and that the Name Martinez was stamped or marked thereon ; that in Port Cose, in their Way to China (and where the Washington and Columbia met) he also saw a Num¬ ber of Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    East Indies, February 1625, 01 February 1625-28 February 1625

    make sale of them to the best advantage, and return the produce in sugar, sugar candy, steel, tin, or indigo. Cose 40 tomans in Spahan, and hopes they will yield at least 60. "In case of mortality" the proceeds to

    Index of persons

    44; Helen, 172; Tho. 172 Clooker , Henry, j . 141, 143 Clophill als . Kelsey, Hy. 32 Clopton , Cose, 19; Hugh, M. and E. 9; Wm. 18(2) Close , Ralph, j . 66, 67; Richard, j . 50,

    Index, C, 01 January 1710-31 December 1710

    Corsham . See Cosham. Cort , Henry, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Durham, appointment and salary, 446; dismissed, 554. Cose , Roger, lost money order in name of, 205. Cosham (Corsham), co. Hants., riding officer at, proposed, 320; waiter


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