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  • * British History Online * *

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    Book 1, 1661

    appren Richardo Frith de Oldstr. pro 7 Annis a die instant, etc. 2 Robertus Tanner filius willielmi Tanner nuper de Curbridge in Com oxon Agricol defci per Indram po: se appren Thome Heake benenot pro 7 ann a 29 die

    Charles I - volume 295, August 1-18, 1635, 01 August 1635-18 August 1635

    this day . 7 th August 1635. [ Copy . p . ] 44. iv. Certificate of William Hunt, of Curbridge, co. Oxford, and Thomas Burgess, of Reading, who have been lately at Calais, concerning the usage of a London Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 April 1635-31 December 1635

    Cunebers , see Convers. Cunningham , Sir David, receiver of King's revenue as Prince, certificate of letter to Cura ao Curbridge , co. Oxford Curle , Jones, registrar of Vice-Admiralty of Hants Curle , Walter, Bishop of Winchester letter to Subscribers-only content

    Index of places

    61, 92, 172. Checkinham , 195 (?). Churchill , 98. Coggs , 168. Combe , Long, 133. Culham , 153. Curbridge , 55. Deddington , 163. Enstone , 23, 113, 161. Eynsham , 117. Fulbrook , 109. Goring , 169,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    llereford, builder. It. S. Trir so.e, Drcayton, Oxfordshire, farmer. F. T. Rrl ,Gw .,, Banbury, Oxfordshire, coal merchant. iS. Blvn'y, Curbridge, Osfordslhire, farmer. I A- I. ALLBnrer, Temple Row West, Birmingham. and Brigt0D Road, Balsall R-eath, Worceestershire, solicitor. S. WoOLiEY, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Josepih Underwood, lfsq., of Nolwich, utnd Blackheathl Park, e Jrsnaes lrili Nshlder, Esq., Aivescott, Oxost. t Edward lians Blutler, Esq., Curbridge, Oxen. Jairei Chrlk, Eslq., Cialincid, Oxon. r. Arobrose ilsiller, Esq., nerchauit, Loower Thames-Street, and d Upper 1iedtliod-lt'ite, Rtusiell-Square, London. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nso. I1. John Pilkitrgtun, jun., Church lHtly, Wrexrham mifishipnunn, on board 1ior ALtjesty's ship City of No. 12. Samuel Barshby, Curbridge, nearWitnay, village I postul'i!ter. Srnme veryaffeoting incidents were witnessed on Satur- day ar, tire Itifirijar;y Mr. Pairker, of -rexharim Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Friday, Ribston Moor; Saturday, Scarcroft Bar; at half. past ten, Berkshire (Old)-Monday, Buseot Park; Tuesdasy, Steventon; Thrs. day, Sandford; Friday, Curbridge. Cheshire - Monday, Oulton Park; Wednesday, Twemlow Hall. Thursday, Mere; Saturday, Norton Priory; Monday, Jauary Peckforton- Point; Wednesday, January Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hill; at half-past ten. Burton-At Reepham, Kennel the first day after the frost; at eleven, Berkshire (Old)-Monday, Faringdon Grove; Wednesday, Curbridge; Friday, Bishopstone; at Isalf-past ten. Cottesmore-Monday, Clipsham; Tuesday, Market Overton; Thurs- day, Hanibledon; Saturday, Laughamn; at eleven Cheshire-Monday, Tsvemlow Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Contents of the Head

    P. XXV. 744. Petition againft the Bill, to lie on Table till Report, XXI. 452. See z'a/rzz, 811. 656. Witney, Curbridge, &c XXXIIL 108. Report; Bill ordered, P. 135. 657. Wolverhampton Roads, XXII. 767. Petition to add other Roads; referred, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    572 TNCLOSURES—con#w?w«/. II. Petitions for Bills for Inclosures, &c.—conz*m«erf. against, 182. Petition of Proprietors of Estates respecting the Standing Orders ; Motion, That the Petition be referred to a Committee, Withdrawn; 214. Petition to lie on the Table, 215. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    enlarged for Report, 463. r.a. 631. Seesupra, 102 (IVfarden.) —— Withnal Forest. See supra, 106, (ModdersAaZZ.) —-— Witney, and Ilailey, Curbridge and Crawley, (Oxon) ; To inclose and exonerate from tythes; lxxiv. 71. Bill presented, 226. JVof proceeded in.———Wittenham, Long Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1771, 31 January 1771

    if the faid Road was to lead from the Bottom of Galley Hill, near Witney, 'to and through Curbridge, and over Curbridge Heath, and Lew Heath, along a Lane called Quy Lane, and Chefler and Dee Navigation. hill aforefaid, and Subscribers-only content

    2 February 1771, 2 February 1771

    &c. The Lord Wenman reported from the Committee, Roads. to whom the Petition of feveral of the Inhabitants of Witney, Curbridge, Bampton, and Clanfield, in the County of Oxford, and of feveral other Perfons travelling the Road thereinafter mentioned, whofe Subscribers-only content

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