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  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, June 1540, 21-30, 21 June 1540-30 June 1540

    Raveley Magna and Walton alias Woodwalton, Hunts, and lands, & c., specified in Raveley Hethe alias Raveley Woode, and upon Cotehill in Raveley Magna, now in the tenure of the said John Sewster and Thos. Baker, belonging to the late

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i ~8 P~es~oz~a~treet~opoeita WreoflterSUtrae t.argem Conala Boomanddwilv~Wat~ citreece ,. d e WvsaolbS .La~tlnit2 ~te Bhpenit ne pateglee~Ronta mode~s:1 L-and2'Groa k~Steiati Cotehill treeL ;S~.o~a r0sge frbhtnditlinbi fora~trao reuir~n lare I onti VW.&SieanaThaale Pom.ise tetrI"letdi~b~ [-Mr 3azae; asat.Tbeoad eraltilxe.4n 5'ei Ut~r~ ±cr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Ernest Jones for the defence. The prosecutrix was one of a family residing at Cotehill, near Halifax. The father was engaged in a mill, the mother occasionally supplied the families in the neighbourhood with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    13, fled Lion-court, 'Fseet-stI5ee WV. flawodn anld Son, Cannon-otroet; Charles JBdrkOO and Sona, 8, sBirchiis-lane; Tickers and HarluI00a 2, Cowiret'a.Coutt, Cotehill; and Davies arid Co., 1, Finch-lane, Cornhill.-III Edinburgh, by Coy fia' Black, Advertising Agenta, 65, (Iorge-atrodt. Salasrdat £Febnogory ,Sizcfootti. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    into bloom, and the gardens fragrant ith spring flowers, we cross the Midland Railway at Cumswhinion, and go forward to Cotehill. The road winds up the hill, disclosing views to the eastward of the fells of Cumberlaud and l!Rorthnmherland, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nearly all ( 21 Ditrectory for ISouth Austral!% foe 1875. Adlelsie.s J. Wi~lieme. 1 idends 0. 8tceet emd Ue,. iS, Cotehill, Ll.Q, I I I .1 the best-known rounds and catches, and provides a fund of amusement for horne circles Subscribers-only content

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