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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, D

    John, Master of Jesus College, Cambridge, his opinion of statute concerning Mastership of Clare Hall, 83. Duppa (Dupper), Robert, of Dorstone, co. Hereford ( d . 1600), wardship of heir of, 98 and n . Dupper , Robert. See Duppa,

    Index, D

    g. 202 (9), 519 (22), 1217 (23). -, sheriffwick of, 777. -, sheriff of (1536 7). See Paulet, Sir Hugh. Dorstone , Heref., g. 202 (10). Doublet , Jacques, letter from, 763. Doudeley. See Dudley. Douglas , Sir George, brother

    Entry Book, November 1676, 16-30, 01 November 1676-30 November 1676

    6 The rent of lands in Madley parish paid by the churchwardens 0 2 4 The rent of lands in Dorstone, paid by Mr. Herbert Aubrey 0 8 5 The rent of lands in Yatton, parcel of Crosse and Luston

    Index, A, 01 January 1676-31 December 1679

    801, 830, 1078. Aubony , William, commissioner Newcastle coal keels, 1205. Aubrey (Aubry, Aubery, Awberry), Herbert, tenant of fee farm (Dorstone, Hereford) , 377 Receiver Eighteen months' Tax, co. Hereford, 33, 43, 75, 421, 422, 567, 691, 910, 922, 935,

    Index, D, 01 January 1676-31 December 1679

    J. Smith, S. -, -, Receivers of Assessments see Fussell, A. Twist, W. -, -, sheriff, 203, 638, 936, 1449. Dorstone (co. Hereford), 377. Dort (Netherlands), 303, 393, 1113, 1134 . Douai (France), monastery, 229. Doughty , Edward, Navigation Act

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHIPPENHAM, Thomas I, of Hereford.

    and shortly afterwards he was associated with the lawyer Philip Holgot* as mainpernor for an Exchequer lessee of land in Dorstone, Herefordshire. In August 1397 he witnessed an indenture drawn up by Bishop Trefnant of Hereford.[footnote] Chippenham took out a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6, King of P'russia * Friday, 7, Raglan. RIDiSpO.SnRssss AND Wirsr HFii.suneonisats'. (at .-Tlii day, November 3, Pilleth; Friday, 7, Dorstone. 8Sssorasrseily: (at 10.45).-This day, November 3, Ilhlsssnior (for low country); Wedinesdiay, 5, Albriglitou Hall; FridAy, 7, Atic1lin Bridge (at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of tile l], Prussia ; Friday, 7, Rlaglan. Ha as IlAIsNIV0oSiIIILF: AND) Wi'nsi Iol'EnFonDSusnR (at 10.330).-Fri. beic de(ay, Noyenibier 7, Dorstone. darbo~ Sncasissllit] (at 11.45).-nrIday, ,overmber 7, Atehaam Bridge. of e I r 3s-:n (at l0T 0). -Saturdoy, Nf ovember Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and ?fort~h-.estera being 100 to 103* at eleae.* LONDON GAZETTE. (From Pridoa Nighsit Gazette.) BANKRUPTS. C Hono c WrLLMAOIS, Llanavon Dorstone, Herefordshire, farmer, IllMasch 0, at 12, at Bankrupts' Court, Birmingham. JoIIN DnumeexiE LYON, Birmingham, professor of music, Marcrh 2, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THURSDAY. utamme 5. T L. Davies, Birmnigilaml, comlmission agent, last exalm, and dis. 11 FRIDAY, Idiinnu 6. G. Williamsis, lianovan, Dorstone, farmem-, lirs sitting ...... 11 E. Soilssswa Stafeord. tprovision daloer, first siting .11 U. Parry, llatiiiirs. neza Droitwicl fariner, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIsl>MINGRAM BANRRIUP'CY COU7RT. - iBEOE MiR RV(5iS0Tf:An WILAOX._ I; r4 11 W. flhid,, Binriiiighaile, Vercem.-Adjourned last ax- F ninatjin and dicEharge, attendeut b Mr. Griffin (firmr, Jnames sndl GrIfiln) officially; by Air, Allenby (from the office of Mr. Joln Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England., 1840

    he cured his with Professor Simonds ' recipe, the whole of the other lot died. In West Herefordshire Messrs. Yeomans , Goodwin, Jones, and Williams, have experienced great losses. Several contiguous occupiers, especially those at Dorstone , have escaped. Mrs. Subscribers-only content

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