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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, E

    Earlsferry (Fife), 651 (2). Easterlings , the, 516 (4), 550 (4). Ebdon , , 745 (2). Eberstein , Count von, 940 (1). Eboli , Ruy Gomez de Silva, Prince of, see Gomez, Ruy. Eccloo , 1052 (2). Eclaron (H. Marne)

    Index, E, 01 January 1697-08 March 1702

    merchants ; lii. 12. Easton , John, master of a ship; lxxiii. 48. Eaton , Peter, highway robber; lv. 15. Ebdon , Edward, a land carriage man; lix. 46. Eccleshale , an estate in Lancashire, called; lxix. 51. Eddowes ,

    Index of Persons and Places, E, 01 January 1703-31 December 1703

    taken as prize, 415, 418. Eastbourne , Bourne, co. Sussex, waiter and searcher at, 368, 387. Easter . See Carradon. Ebdon , Edward, Customs officer, moiety of se izure of plate and bullion, 368. Echlin , Sir Henry, Second Baron

    Index, E, 08 March 1707-31 December 1707

    and cargo of the; lxxxvi. 65. Eaton frigate , bound for India, seizure of money on; lxxxii. 83; lxxxiv. 97. Ebdon , Edward, land carriage officer, for reward for seizure of bullion; lxxxv. 66; xciii. 98. Ecclesiastical livings in Ireland

    Index of persons and Places, E

    co. Cumberland, lands in, 255. Easwrith , Estworth, co. Sussex, hundred of, 426. Eaton. See Eton. -, South. See Southeyton. Ebdon , Edward, extraordinary landcarriageman, [London port ] , 329. Eccleskimining. See Eglwys Cymmyn. Eccleston , [Thomas ] , captain,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gwaanwyn," (Miller); "See the, P Ii chariot at hand," (Hordey); :"Teyrnasoedd 3y I rI r, ddaear," (J. A. Lloyd).; "Manificat,", (Ebdon); "I V Yj ir Ffrwd," (G. Gwent); "The Drum March," (Kiugh); fr Y a'r "H Hallelujah," (Handel). Pianoforte Deett Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Frederick Baylay, late Chaplain to the House of Commons; Daniel Wilson; W. Canning; R. Davies, of Rugby; Day, of lIetherset; Ebdon, of Durham; Hartwell Horne; Loggin, of Rugby; Otter, of Stockwell Green; J. Peel, &C. &c. &c. The Edition of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in, as he felt ill. She at once did so, but directly after- wards he expired. The deceased's name was Ebdon, and he was a sailor. At the show of the Royal Horticultural Society in the Inner Temple gardens, to-day, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    each servico on behalf of the espanes incurredin clean~inlg and decorating the hulrch. Anthemo, "lessed tee they' (Tours). Evening Service, Ebdon in C.. c4150_ S .A L BA N S B I R M1 I N G R A MI. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R Y 'S C E U R C H, T. A VOCK'S GREEN. CHRISTMAS DAY. A.M.-RESI'ONsr;. Tmolis. Vf.Nirs, Spofforth. P'SALIN, Ebdon t end Norris. Tils Dfl~ , Sir B. Ooeioy's Service in G. JUBoIL4ATE. Birch's Sorvice in G. ANTHEo:r, Isiah Subscribers-only content

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