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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 5, 6 February 1643, 06 February 1643-06 February 1643

    to go to Oxford . Mrs. Fanshaw, a Pass. Ordered, That Mrs. Dorothy Fanshawe shall have Leave to go to Ditchley , in Oxfordshire . Ordinance for quieting the Possession of Sutton Marsh, sent to the H. C. The Ordinance

    Index, D, 01 January 1600-31 December 1600

    from, 89, 96. Sir Theobald, 219 (2). Dimocke (Dymoke), Sir Edward, 69, 70, 441. Dirrham House . See Durham House. Ditchley (Dichlee, Dychelee, & c.), letters dated at, 13, 75, 7 6, 323. Diver , Andro, 354. Divlin . See

    Index, D, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    180. Sir Lucas, reference to services of, 180. Dinas , steward of, 99. Dinninge , 568. Disborrowghe , Mr., 187. Ditchley (Dychlee), letters dated at, 156, 283. Dixon , Robert, servant to Lord Mountjoy, 65. Docwra (Dokerie, Dockwray), Sir Henry,

    Volume G 259, May 1654, 01 May 1654-31 May 1654

    nor quitrents received. How am I to force him to obedience? [ G 147, p . 373. ] May 28. Ditchley. John Cary, County Commissioner for Oxford, to Edw. Winslow, Haberdashers' Hall. I ordered the payment to Goldsmiths' Hall of Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 259, July 1654, 01 July 1654-31 July 1654

    Ipswich on 12 July, at the election for members of Parliament. [ G 169, p . 219. ] July 31. Ditchley. John Cary, County Commissioner for Oxon, to the Commissioners for Sequestrations. As the time approaches for reletting recusants' estates, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prince is made to take shelter in Woodstock Lodge, the residence of the ancient and loyal Sir Henry Lee, of Ditchley, ranger of that royal domain, in the character of a Scottish youth of quality, attendant as a page on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by a poacher on the estate of Lord Dillon, of Ditchley park, near Woodstock. Between two and three o'clock that morning Stephen Moulder, an under gamekeeper, accompanied by a watcher named Curtis, were in a wood on the estate, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At Oxford, on Tuesday, a labourer named Hall was convicted of the murder ot S. Boulder, Lord Dillon's gamekeeper, at Ditchley, and received sentence of death; and at Northampton, on the same day, three men named Patrick, Astheston, and Clarkne, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day....Nov. 21 .....,.. IHeytrop. Wednesday.. 23 ....... edwell Village. Friday ..... 25 . L, hongborough Gate. Saturday.... 2 ,. . Ditchley. THE RUFIFORD HOUNDS.-At a qearter to Eleven. Tuesday ... . Nov. 22 .. Wlesby Village. Thursday . , 24 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Green; Wednesday, Jan. 8, at Barton Gate: Friday. Jan. 10, at Barring. ton Gato, at leltoe; Saturday, Jan. 11, at Ditchley. The MON3EOUTHSHIRE HoUNDS, at hufPaoSt Ten.-Thls day, Jan. 6, at Campaton Wood; Thursday, Jan. 9, at Clytha Lodge. lsr. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Loyalty plus murder, 1884

    J.P., Castletownsend W. N. Barry , J.P., Castle Cor H. W. Gillman , J.P., Clonteadmore J. Caulfield Beamish (Capt.), J.P., Ditchley G. B. Lowe , J.P., Grenagh Benjamin Leader, J.P., Stake Hill T. St. John Grant, J.P., Kilmurry W. C. Subscribers-only content

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