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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, C, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    Crackerode , Jervase Cragg (Crag, Crage), Alexander Andrew John Julius Margaret Craighead (Craghead), Robert Cramah , Capt. Cramer , Godefroy Crammers , Herman Cranfield , Mr. Cratchrode , Mrs. Crawford , Col. David Lord Robert Crawley , Richard Cray , Subscribers-only content

    William and Mary, June 1694, 01 June 1694-30 June 1694

    trade, to go to Gravesend and Denmark [ S.P. Dom. Warrant Book 37, p . 225 ] ; for Herman Crammers, to go to Holland; for Mary van Ampel, Mary Wite, Margaret Pieters, and Jacomyn Hindrix, with three children, ditto; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Brighton *Field-Day ........... 427 'Parsons and Politics ........... . ;; 428 The "Spread-Eaggle" Demon- stration .429 Colonial Parliaments .430 Crammers . . 4322 Quarantine .433 POLITICAL AND SOCIAL (conttnimf-d) Our Representatives-Abroad.- No. VIII. Lord Lyons ...;..... 434 Mushir-Fuad's Court-Martial Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following new books and new editions:- FICTION. "Currie, Curtis, and Co., Crammers," by C. J. Hyne, author of " Beneath Your Very Boots" (Remingtop and CO). Pp. 283. "InChains of Fate," by John Max (Field andTuer), D 126. V ithin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tM No. 147. October. Price 4d Monthly; 4s 6d per Annum. Post free. CONTENTS: Occasional Notes --Dean Bradley; Classical M1asters; Crammers; New Rugby; Oxford and Cambridge Certificates for '81. Form retersiue Subject Teaching. Head Masters I have Known-I.! Dr. Mostyn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    would like briefly to cC refer. He had heard some very hard remarks made U] against what were called "crammers.""Crammers," in lie would say, were gentlemen who prepared others for h competitive examinations, and they were a protest, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as to insinuate a comparison between tbe fervid eloquence of that worthy successor of our Lati- __ers,ou_ Ridlevs, and our Crammers, MobtimerO'Sul- livan and the satanicvindictivene^s of this worthy emissary of Rome. But if any such recreant does exist, unworthy Subscribers-only content

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