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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    da, fyddal i swyddogion pob egiwys eiete~dd mewn barn at adios yr ymgeiswyr at derfyn y fiwyddyn brawf, ad i Earn y mwyafrif gadl ci roddi yes y Cyfastfad Misol. Ni phen- derfyowyd dim at hyn, ond y odd ymddiddan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn I'hufain, no folly yr oedd y ohwyi- dr<)adi yno ir b1)01 Weds ei adferiad eyrhneddoadd Louis Itapoloen a "yda's Earn trwy lawer o heryglon i frainc; en)d ni ehaci ibtid iddynlt ares yno ncniawr o ddlyddinn ai daLethint diocodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _mebb. ARAITH Y FRENHINES. Daeth Senedd 1874 ynghyd i wrandaw yr Araith Frenhinol, ac i ddechreu ar waith v timor dydd Iau, Mawrth 19. Teimlid mwy o gywreinrwydd am weled gweithrediadau y diwrnod hwn nag a wnaed yn ystod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e Rhuf., a'r 28 adnod, ' Art ni a wyddomnfod pob peth yn cydweithio er daioni i'r rhai sydd yn earn Duw," &c. Yna dvwedai, 1 " Llythyr yw y geiriau hyn ; ac y mae wedi ei ddirecto befvfd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pynciaw a deddfwrol. Fod eu gweith hwy ye arbenig ye eu I- cartrefi, av mewe ymdrech i newid cwrs y Earn gy- l. hoeddlus." Pe byddai i ddynion da yn gyffredinol a dieithriad ymuno a gweithredu gyda'u gilydd i'r diben Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Case of the poor Straw-Hat Makers, in the Counties of Hartford, Bedford, Buckingham, &c., 1 August 1719

    and their- Families from being Chargable to the Parifhes, The Farmers Wives, Children and Servants^ do at their fpare Hours Earn, fome io,fome 20, and fome 30/. pen ifa/Mro? By Manufacturing there own S7r&lt;«p, which is a good Article towards Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1695, 27 March 1695

    ^s- n Will. III. Journals of the Hoiile of Lords. S25 re. jtfeffag A Meffage was fent to die Houfe of Commons, by B.C. with it. 3jr Robert Legard and Mr. Pitt: To carry down the faid Bill, and Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1701, 15 May 1701

    naturalizing Petre Bagneol and others.&quot; Ordered, That the Confideration of the faid Bill be committed to the Lords following; {videlicet^ D. Somerfit. D. Ormonde. Arch. Ebor. Ds. Bergevenny. D. Bolton. E IcÄ Ds. Lawarr. M. Mrmanhy. Epus. Earn Ds*Wbertau Comes Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1701, 19 May 1701

    D. Bolton. Tv/r i at 7 Epus. London. Ds. Lawarr. March. Nonnanby. ^ Mr _, „ J Lpus. Wigorn. Ds. .Earn Ds.Camerarius. Epus. Sarum. Ds. North & Grey. Comes Kent. Epus. G Wri Ds. Hunfdon. Comes Huntingdon. Epus- £««*«* Ds. Subscribers-only content

    18 June 1714, 18 June 1714

    hearing Counfel, upon the Petition and Appeal of Grace and Kachel Douglas, Daughters to the deceafed Mr. James Douglas of Earn flaw, for themfelves, and as Affignees for Mr. Alexander Douglas Minifter their Un¬ cle, and Lieutenant Robert Douglas their Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Muchelney

    Moreover, among the charters is a genuine one by Kynewulf, in 762, giving certain land between the Isle and the Earn to the monastery of Muchelney , and this alone proves that Athelstan was not the original founder, though he

    Parishes Ambrosden

    Ambrose. 131 The settlements at Blackthorn (OE. blaec-porn or -pyrne ) and Arncot (probably derived from Earningcote , or ' Earn 's cottage'), 132 no doubt, have also had continuous histories from the Saxon period. In White Kennett 's time

  • * British History Online *

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    The trial of Strafford, The fourth article

    Legal proceeding, did the 20th day of February, in the 11th year of His now Majesties Reign, threaten the said Earn, (being then a Peer of the said Realm) to Imprison him, unless he would surcease his Suit, and said,


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