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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Burtonwood

    prominent features in the landscape. The geological formation illustrates the complete bunter series of the new red sandstone. Bewsey and Dallam are upon the upper mottled sandstone; Burtonwood , Bradley Hall , and Collins Green upon the pebble beds, the

    Townships Kenyon

    and in Lowton from Robert Banastre, in Croft from Gilbert de Southworth, in Culcheth from Robert de Kinknall, and in Dallam and Penketh from Roger son of Jordan , whose right seems to have been derived from Jordan son of

    The borough of Rugby

    dating this structure, but it would seem to be of the 14th century. The organ was built in 1664 by Dallam , enlarged in 1801 , rebuilt and restored to its original form in 1841 . 94 There is a

    Industries Musical instruments

    Bath, 1800; St. Margaret's Westminster , 1804; King's College Chapel , Cambridge , 1804; in which he incorporated portions of Dallam 's earlier work and the case made by Chapman & Hartop in 1606 ; and Carlisle Cathedral, 1808. Henry

    Index A-J

    , J.E.K. , da Costa : Benj. Mendes, Jacob, Dabbs , Wm. Mattocks, Dachtler (housing est.) , Daks clothing , Dallam , Ralph, Dalston , in Hackney , brid ge, chs., pl . conservation area, dom. bldgs., pl . and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Venice, October 1599, 01 October 1599-31 October 1599

    Venice October 1599 October 1599 Oct. 2. Original Despatch, Venetian Archives. 817 . Girolamo Capello, Venetian Ambassador at Constantinople, to the Doge and Senate. The English Ambassador will kiss hands to-morrow morning. He goes working away at various chimerical

    Index, D, 01 January 1592-30 April 1603

    996. D'Umbes , Prince. See Amboise. Dabri , Pasquale, German envoy to Turk, 551, 555, 573; his murder, 623, 636. Dallam , Thomas, organ-builder, 814. Dalmatia , French landing in, 856. Damask , trade in, 1151. Dandolo da Milo ,

    Index, D, 01 January 1600-31 December 1600

    , son of, 71. , ( Anderton ), 291. Lady (the late), 309. , executors of, 324. Dalkeith , 388. Dallam , Katherine, 144. Dalton , Robert, alderman of Hull, letter from, 323. Damerham , co. Dorset, 282. letter dated

    James 1 - volume 93, July 1617, 01 July 1617-31 July 1617

    Burnhall, Bishopric of Durham, which he has purchased from Sir Ralph Lawson. July 19. Stirling. Warrant to pay to Thos. Dallam 50 l ., in addition to the 300 l . agreed upon, for expenses in setting up an organ Subscribers-only content

    Index, D

    268, 270, 273 letter to Lucy, 269 Dallam (Dallom), Thomas, organbuilder his bill for services, 189 payments to, 202, 206 Dallison , Sir Thomas, of Greetwell, co. Lincoln 226 Dallom , Thomas. See Dallam, Thomas Damerham (Damersham), co. Wilts. 262,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iniquiiint,' aliquod ex more sum artis, canticum.'non postui moduhabihiter decantasi.-Adasnnam, lib. i. c. 42. t Ad ann. 593. Written by Dallam Feargall, and thus translated by O'Connor r- " Est medicina medici absque remedio-est Dei decretum timor cam men Est Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ftrdigah perceived the prisoner plant two black haniere eeo iekse she being sented at the tints. Slee howsever,relcdte oth counrter. Dallam, afterwiards nea h osnrshnsmvn sender herashawl, and bilee lofmed n~o the prshp oftear f~~~~~~~~~ ;23o t cutesianre. Detective Ewards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tor raw, and no salesI are reported; refined, only sca~nty sales are sr}pcrteel, britt fInUpolceas are paiD. RTOolr- parcel of Dallam sold at its. e2 ship Corrose-There is a. mnore hCUsYd enqiar, aset phvtcua PNriCec are maintaIned. Baiar.-BuiCnesS hbs recently Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    any alteration in the official minimum, which therefore remains at 5 per cent. At Warrington, yesterday, the workmeneemployed at the Dallam Forge were celebrating with rejuieings the marriage of a partner in the firm, when a small cannon exploded, killing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. R~EADING RACES.-YESTERDAY. Most wretched weather was associated with the concluding day of the gathering on Port Moadows, and a bitterly cold morning was succeeded by a dulfl afternoon, while more than once a drizzling rain descended. Notwrithstanding Subscribers-only content

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