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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Di Gorllewinbarth Affrica. o A ganlyn yw rhai o'r darlithian. a rag-hysbysir gan y Proffeswyr yn Rhydychain. Mewn Duwinyddiasetlh: -rzoff, Driver sr ' Genesis a'r Salmau; ' Proff, Xg o ar I Parochialia; ' Prof. Bright ar 'Y Drydedd r- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dealers. BICYCLES. THE " COVENTRY' SPECIAL" BICYCLES AND . TRICYCLES. Cheapest' i~t*h Clane Aackines Made. The Coventry Special Tricycle, Double Driver £18 185 The Special Tricycle, £10 lOs. The Ladies' Tricycle £8 8s. The Coventry Special Bicycle, £10 lOs, The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BI C YC S A"D Ck~pot TRIC Y-CLE i - Cheapest wHi Clags-.Ale einis 4Made,: .The Coventry Sp'ecial Tricycle, Double Driver £i8 J:h The Spec al Tricycle, £10 ILOs.- The.Ladie'. Trieycle 's8 8s; The Coventry Special Bicyc'e. 41O'109; - The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Dealers. BICYCLES, THE " COVENTRY SPECIAL" BICYCLES AND TRICYCLE'S1 Cheapest Hi#h Claus Machines 3lad. The Coventry Special Tricycle, Double Driver £18 iss The Spec al Tricycle, £10 10s The Ladies' Tricycle £8 8s, The Coventry Special Bicyo'e. £10 10s. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 3Dealers. BICYCLES. THE " COVENTRY SPECIAL" BICYCLES AND TRICYCLES. Cheapest Bigh Class Machines Mlfade. The Coventiy Special Tricycle, Double Driver £1S 18a The Special (iricycle, £10 106. The-Ladies' Tricycle £8 8s.. The Coventry Special Bicycle, £10 -lOs. The No. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Avening Church Church of the Holy Cross

    Stroud , and the south transept, which housed a small museum in 1972 , has some 17th-century monuments to the Driver family. 56 A communion table dated 1657 stands by the south altar in the nave. The six bells include

    Sapperton Manors and other estates

    same ownership as Over Lypiatt 47 but was retained by Edward Stephens until 1641 when he sold it to John Driver of Aston , in Avening . 48 John died in 1681 when the estate passed to his son John

    Avening Manors and other estates Tetbury Area c. 1974

    detached part of the parish, descended with the manor of Avening until sold by Lord Windsor in 1651 to John Driver , 82 a member of a family who were tenants at Aston from the 15th century. 83 John (d.

    Cherington Economic history

    terriers were made by order of the court baron of copyholds called Balls, which was held by members of the Driver family of Aston , and Nibletts; the estates comprised c . 63 and 59 a. respectively in the open

    Religious History Places of worship

    Driver , Carrs Lane , 66. Cong. Yr. Bk . ( 1957 ). James, Prot. Nonconformity , 132-3. See D.N.B . Driver, Carrs Lane , 51. See D.N.B . Driver, Carrs Lane , 56; see also pp. 490, 491.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THURBARNE, James (d.1627), of New Romney, Kent.

    family was being disciplined by the Privy Council, he was imprisoned for slander at the suit of one Driver of Gray’s Inn. Driver, however, had prosecuted without the consent of the benchers of Gray’s Inn, and so had to pay

 

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