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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases brought before the committee, April 1645, 01 April 1645-30 April 1645

    1645 April 1645 George Collingwood, Recusants, Dawdon, Co. Durham. 1 April 1645. Vol. A No. or p. Information that Rob. Lisle, Felton, co. Northumberland, owes him 700 l . 21 5 16 June 1645. Information repeated 82 10 E.W. 28 Subscribers-only content

    Index, D, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    p. 470). -, Thos., II. 536. -, (Davie), Wm., II. 1068. Davyson , Robt., I. 535. Dawbeney. See Daubeney. Dawdyn (Dawdon , Dham.?), II. 189. Dawewisse , the lord of, II. 650. Dawkins , George, I. g. 539 (25). -,

    Index of names and places, D

    of Norwich, ii. 1330, 1375. See also Davie; Davis. Dawbon , Major, ii. 1332. Dawborn , Major John, ii. 1333. Dawdon (Dawden), co. Durham, ii. 624. Dawes , Richard, i. 1130. Dawges (Davis): William, i. 967, 1084. commissioner for surveying

    Index of names and places, C

    312, 481, 983. Collingridge , George, ii. 1438. Collings . See Collins. Collingwood : Alexander, i. 643, 707. Cuthbert, of Dawdon, ii. 624, 635. Daniel, ii. 1440. Sir Robert, Knt., i. 547, 972, 1142; ii. 1076. Collins (Collings, Collyn, Collyns):

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and two remaining neutral. The members of the Board who voted for the amendment were Messrs. Chamberlain, I. W. bale, Dawdon, Dixon, Vince, and Wright. Against: The Chairmnan, Dr. Burges, Rev. F. S. Dale, Mr. Elkington, Mr. Hopkins, Mr. Lloyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    until that and the adjoining house, with which it communicated, were gutted. The charred remains of a woman, named M\tary Dawdon, forty years of age, who was engaged on the premises as a laundress, were talon from the ruins, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. RAMCING NOTES, beC The weather favoured the opening of the Leweo-s Meeting thie ice nfternoon, aod thle attendance was irodoubtedly one of the edlargs hthseerhe nw oe The racing wees ire xcelentand he wo eentsfor he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    No. 4, Albion. place. Leeds. TFMPORTANT ANI''TALI SALE of FAT STOCK, AL theproperltyof the MoatHon. theO'stroisoftondonderry.E.SP., will be held at Dawdon MIll Farma. Sc-anas Harbour. on Tusy Dcesibers' lsrt;a.lift0.olotslt iielteylerleno'oc Lunutonha. Satsnmar5'- CATT-LE. SHEE P. 2 Suckers 65 Mule Wetters Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dayc prier to saile. IMOBTANI' A-NNUAL SALE of FAT STOCK, Ti. she properTty ci theMist Hon.tfheazsq~iofsLondonderey.ICG., w-il be~ beid or Dawdon Hirlt Farm. *ahranm Harbour. enl Furodats, Diso embeei-saesls. lI1t. Sale totooat 'IieucedsaTely alcoa eresen o'clock: Luesiheon.5 rrsy CAr' 12t. Subscribers-only content

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