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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TAIvI .; ,ITALI aA1q XB. TAOM LS4-ILSD'fl3 ,TATSAUX . - ~~PEKOD -Ii -- akyjy:dflkeydd yh bio, ;,an gb~tt BynagOgxyr jiiddewon. 'Nd o-es- dim: add' J,4,; - allan,.niwqgwn' a lydyw: yr un fiirf u'r hai.aedd'yn el cynlfUy Adea0 - tW Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hwn; maent ynisiarad am dano megis pe byddai yn ail Portsmouth; yn lie hyny y mae yn llawer tebyeach i Cowes! Oddiwrth d6n yr araitb, gellid meddwl fod pob peth o werth wedi ei sicrhau i'r SULTAN, ac nad yw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ganfod ar bob Un oedd yn bresenol.-Britst. Y dydd o'r blaen, oymerwyd i fyny ddyn o'r enw John Price, yn Cowes, dan yramheuaeth mai erwydryn lloerig ydoedd, gan ei fod wedi yagrifenu amryw lythyrau at y Dywysoges Beatrice, ac wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    derbhniodd un o heddgeidwaid Liverpool, trwy foddion lied ryfedd, hysbysrwydd fod dyn, o dan amitylchiadau amheus, wedi myned i West Cowes, ao wedi llogi pleserfad o'r emw Surge, ac wedi talu y awm gofynol am dano i'r diben o fyned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y 5a GwaewIye 1881. c, Dydd In, cyrhaoddodd y cwch byehan a gychwyn- i odd o Gloucester, Mass., America, i Cowes, wedi bod yr ary1mr sm 43 niwrnod. Mae dau ddyn ar ei fwrdd, y y rhai a adroddant en Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NEWLAND, Sir Benjamin (c.1633-99), of Cowes, I.o.W. and Mark Lane, London

    Benjamin (c.1633-99), of Cowes, I.o.W. and Mark Lane, London Constituency Dates Southampton 4 Nov. 1678 Mar. 1681 Southampton 1685 1687 Southampton 1689 Dec. 1699 Ofifces Held Freeman, Southampton 1671; common councilman, London 1675–7, 1682–3, 1688, 1692; alderman, London 1683–7. Ofifces

    NEWLAND, Benjamin (c.1633-99), of Cowes, I.O.W. and Mark Lane, London.

    (c.1633-99), of Cowes, I.O.W. and Mark Lane, London. Constituency Dates Southampton 4 Nov. 1678 Southampton Mar. 1679 Southampton Oct. 1679 Southampton 1681 Southampton 1685 Southampton 1689 Southampton 1690 Southampton 1695 Southampton 1698 Dec. 1699 Ofifces Held Freeman, Grocers’ Co. 1658,

    BRUDENELL, Hon. Robert (1726-68).

    great assistance to us’.[footnote] But the Townshend family had claims to Yarmouth, so Newcastle obtained for Brudenell the governorship of Cowes castle instead. Appointed aide-de-camp to the King, he wrote to his younger brother, Lord Bruce, on 20 July 1762:[footnote]I

    DUDLEY, Joseph (1647-1720), of Cowes, I.o.W. and Roxbury, Massachusetts

    (1647-1720), of Cowes, I.o.W. and Roxbury, Massachusetts Constituency Dates Newtown IoW Dec. 1701 1702 Ofifces Held Freeman, Massachusetts Bay Co. 1672; member, gen. ct. Massachusetts 1673–6, ct. of assts. 1676–84; agent for Massachusetts in Eng. 1682–3; v.-adm. New England 1685;

    MORGAN, Anthony (d.1729), of Freshwater, I.o.W.

    by 1691, exempt and capt. 1692, guidon and maj. 1694, cornet and eld. maj. 1697; lt.-gov. I.o.W. 1702-10, 1715-d.; gov. Cowes castle 1715-d. Biography Anthony Morgan acquired the manor of Freshwater by his marriage.[footnote] As lieutenant-governor of the Isle of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Northwood

    The name Cowes dates from the beginning of the 16th century, before which time the port-if port it could be called-was higher up the river at Shamblers. 12 In 1512 the fleet under Sir Edward Haward victualled at Cowes (the

    Parishes Whippingham

    carried the interest from East to West Cowes , though the first meetings of the Royal Yacht Squadron were held at the Medina Hotel in East Cowes , and the importance of East Cowes declined till it was revived in

    The borough of Yarmouth

    the east with the royal arms above it, 86 and seems to have been a more ambitious building than either Cowes or Sandown . The building was probably finished about 1547, for in that year £1,000 was paid to George

    Parishes St Helens

    famous for its keeping qualities and greatly in request for outgoing ships. 5 Sir John Oglander, comparing St. Helens with Cowes , says that many ships resorted to St. Helens to victual, that a harbour had been formed by throwing

    Parishes Newport

    the banks of the Medina where the tide had ever flowed, thus including a small part of East and West Cowes . 3 The northern part of the borough which had been excluded from the parliamentary borough in 1868 4

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 March 1756, 14 March 1756

    in Navigation : And alfo, a Petition of feveral Merchants, Tradefmen,Petition fron> and other Perfons, refiding within the Port of Cowes, in ^^jy.M the Ifle of Wight, employed or concerned in Shipping and Navigation j Were feverally prefented and read; Subscribers-only content

    30 May 1766, 30 May 1766

    An Aft for allowing the " Conveyance from the Ports of Southampton and Portf- " mouth, to the Port of Cowes in the Me of Wight, of " Goods not liable to Duty on Exportation, or prohi- " bited to Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1766, 2 June 1766

    An Bill. «, £or aviowing tne Conveyance from the Ports of Soutb- •' ampton and Portfmouth, to the Port of Cowes in the " Ifle of Wight, of Goods not liable to Duty on Expor- <s tation or prohibited to Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1766, 6 June 1766

    of Bugles; and for altering certain Regulations rela¬ ting to the Tonnage of Ships exporting and import- ting Spirits." " Cowes in the Ifle of Wight, of Goods not liable to " Duty on Exportation, or prohibited to be exported; Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1772, 24 March 1772

    with Mr. and " Mrs. Collier, as a Servant, at Weft Cowes in 1770 ; " that on the 7th of June 1770, being the Day on " which Cowes Fair is held, Mrs. Collier went out " about Eight Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Cowes

    Place CowesCowes, Hampshire, England Now known as: Cowes, Isle of Wight, England Contemporary view: Cowes, a town... in the Isle of Wight looks very picturesque, as seen from the water; but consists chiefly of steep, dark, narrow, winding streets.

    Cowes, Norris Castle

    Place Cowes, Norris Castle Cowes, Norris Castle, Hampshire, England Now known as: Cowes, Norris Castle, Isle of Wight, England Queen Victoria, spent two summer holidays at Norris Castle with her mother, in 1831 (before the then Princess had begun her

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Every mother's book or, The child's best doctor, by Alfred Fennings ...

    mark, learn, and inwardly digest."? Moreover, the cost is nil, for upon forwarding name and address to Mr. Alfred Fennings,? Cowes, Isle of Wight, England, "Every Mother's Book" will be sent free hy post.—? Weldon's Ladies' Journal. "Every Mother's Book," Subscribers-only content

    Every mother's book or, The child's best doctor, by Alfred Fennings ...

    FUEE, to any part of the United Kingdom, upon the receipt of Thirteen Postage Stamps, directed to ALmED PENNINGS, West Cowes, ISLE OP WIGHT, £^^. P I E.ijP^^'^S ^ B J g § "^ » §'S=§' g 3 ro p^ Subscribers-only content

    [Advertisement for Fennings' patent medicines]

    with full direcfiont. bu all Ckemiuta? Itead FBNNINOS- EVEkYIJODY' DOGTOU. Sent post fne? for 13 stamps. Direct A. FENNINOS, West Cowes, I.W^. •AV I -sa.woo '^g^M 'SOJSEIMNaCJ 'V :^09Jici 'sffmms or jot? •'•¦>••{ isnd in.s -MOXOOCT S<10()UXHL^A:T <Sf).Vr\W:.[.lViia)T? , '»4«!ui^H0 Subscribers-only content

    Every mother's book or, The child's best doctor, by Alfred Fennings ...

    FENNINGS West Cowes, I.W. The largest size Boxes, 2s. 9d. (36 stamps? '. post free) contain three times the quantity? ¦ oi ilie smaller boxes. Read FENNINGS' EVERYBOD.Y'S? DOCTOR, tient post free, 13 stamps.? Direct A. Fennings, West Cowes, I.W. Subscribers-only content

    Royal Osborne Sauce

    with? BETT'S PAlENTCAPSULEjbearingthe wordsPAYNE'S OSBORNS? SAUCE, with the Crown in the centre. PREPARED~ONLY BY G. PAYNE, Her Majesty's Chemist iw COWES, ON THE ESTABLISHMENT? THE ISliC: OF li^lC^UT SOLD WHOLESALE BY W.S.RuMSEY,3,Queen St. Place,Upper Thames St.,London; Itetail hy and Druggists, Subscribers-only content

 

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