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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, E

    , Don Francisco d', 132 (4). Esternay , Antony de, see Sternay. Estoft , Christopher, 10 (1), 54, 56 (1). Etal , 20 (2). Etampes , 174, 188 (2), 232, 246, 636, 658 (4), 678, 950 (6), 987 (3), 1030

    Index, E

    Christoval Calvert de, letter from, 967. Estrille , M. l', 476, 507, 642 (2), 1133, 1325, 1338, 1403, 1406 (4). Etal , 402 (3). -, Constable of, 1195 (10). Etampes , Duke of, 1092 (1). Etaples , 103. Ethiopia ,

    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 1, August 1547, 01 August 1547-31 August 1547

    on the frontiers of the East wardenry over against Scotland, viz., Wark , 200; Conehill , 50; Norham , 150; Etal and Ford , 100; Fenton , 50; Neller , 50; Berwick , 172; total 772, besides 240 always at Subscribers-only content

    Index, E

    996. Eslington , 360. Espens us , Claudius, 559 (2), 569. Esthonia , 217 (2). Estofte , Christopher, 95, 368. Etal , 1072. Etampes , 1043 (9), 1058 (7), 1060 (2). -, Madame de, 612. Ethiopia , 128 (3), 137,

    Index, E

    Seigneur d', 392 (2). Essex , 25, 837 (6). Este , Luigo d', 904 (4, 5). Estranguitz , see Strangeways. Etal (Northumberland) , 322. Etampes , the Duke of, 165, 177 (2). Etouteville , Mary, Duchess of, 904 (4). -,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Draycot Foliat

    probably the four daughters of Thomas, Lord Ros (see above), of whom only one, Eleanor, wife of Robert Manners of Etal (Northumb.), left issue. 79 In 1563 her great-grandson, Henry Manners, Earl of Rutland (d. 1563), successfully vindicated his claim

    Index A - Z

    32; fam., 32 Essex , Thos., 11, 178; Sir Wm ., 11 Estbury , Ric., 13 Estecourte , Thos., 96 Etal (Northumb.), 45 Ethelred II , king, 29 Ethelwulf , king of the West Saxons, 95, 176, 179 Etigny ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TiHE POLITICA-tL EXAMINER. I ?crty is tie madless of in for tIre gain of a few. Poza. No. 400. O4LOOMY St TE OF THINGS IN FRANCE. No. X. tp~tS6 OF COUNTTr LANJUINAIS; CIRCU- I Q TIE MINI~STER OF POlIC~E: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PERSONAL NEWS. THE PRINCESS VICTOsIA.-Speculations with respect to the Princess Victoria are very frequent in Germany. We find the following in a German paper:-' Brunswick, Aug. 23.-TIe alleged plan for a mar- riage of our Duke with the Heiress Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S1 lent prelaics ait reor. Iloved yard : eciadre elioi elc~asy :A (l .1RtATS Burr. near 11iriuingllimr, aniid'act. eieta iG. Etal,, oi aboutb 46 uforOO, with exCelllont n10001 Ii 7aiieioii Price 0,00 Admiiirably aill pled fo~r eollegO.-iI~nleadiI] and An] 1,Saillh, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'EDUCATIONAL. vWALTERI T. EVAINS, VOICE-TRAINER and 31TEACILERor SINGINGj.-Leooons ut Fern Villa, Sebool Road, Moseley; or Me~ssr. Rogers ana Prientley'n. Colmore Row. ICO -i! ID LE SCHOOL, Kincton, near Warwick, is in .IYA. thu ear of thu oountry, tenl miles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rload, L'dglsanf,. e7194 hA T5ltlyNresutecetatl for two (Oentferien. Roth, 1A2 tee, hime esnfe o. tIi atten~loice. T'eetos inoderste.- 11 elge.1ate Etal e716t llAooinled).Tlaaivig Itei, wills one tsr twro, A Pi oas, in gcmi Situtiotni, ii, L~oam~iutoii. Excellent re' ferenecns, Terms Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MANNERS, John (d.1438), of Etal, Northumb.

    the keepership of his grandfather’s castle and manor of Etal, pending the outcome of a government inquiry. The property remained in his hands for the rest of his life, and Etal soon became his principal residence. Much of John’s time

    CLAVERING, Sir Robert (1326-94), of Callaly and Yetlington, Northumb.

    died in 1368 owing arrears of 40 marks to the Crown for the wardship of the young Robert Manners of Etal; and Joan was, furthermore, required to produce an additional instalment of ten marks on her own behalf. In the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume XXXV, A.D. 1774 - Volume LV, A.D. 1800

    from Shenfield to Harwich, and praying the House to separate the trusts; referred, 386. Bill reported, 806. r. a. 939. Etal :—See infra, 226. — Etchingham. See infra, 297.———Eton. See supra, 168. — Everley. See infra, 518. 213. EveshalU : Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume XXXV, A.D. 1774 - Volume LV, A.D. 1800

    Lowick:—The Roads leading from Cornhill Burn by Pallins Burn and Flodden Lane, &c. by Ford Bridge to Lowick, and through Etal, &c. to the Berwick Turnpike Road; and also for shutting up and stopping certain Bye Roads ; Referred, xlvii. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    545. Elloughton, 505, p. Elsdon, 540. Elswick-in-the-Fylde, 520. Ely, Isle of, 520. Endfield Chase Side, 504. England, Unitarian Dissenters, 588. Etal, 540. Everdon, 527. Evesham, 505, p. Exeter, 520. Exeter, Bartholomew Terrace, 510, p. Eye, 490, p. Eynsford, 594. Eythorne, Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1827, 11 June 1827

    Bishop-Wearmouth, Sunderland, and Monkwearmouth ; Thorneyford and Bedlington; Wooler; Birdhope Craig, Elsdon; Crookham; Hart burn; Rowley and Hindley; Haltwhistle; Wallsend; Etal; Berwick- upon-Tweed; Golden-square Chapel, Berwick-upon-Tweed; Eccleshill; Lowick; Maindy; Carliol-street Chapel, New¬ castle-upon-Tyne ; and Woolwich,—were presented, and read; complaining Subscribers-only content

    Index, 15 November 1826

    upon-Tyne ; Bishop-Wearmouth, Sunderland, and Monk- wearmouth; ThorneyfordandBedlington; Wooller; Birdhope Craig, Elsdon ; Crookham; Hartburn; Rowley and Hindley; Haltwhistle; Wallsend; Etal; Berwick-upon-Tweed; Golden- square Chapel, Berwick-upon-Tweed ; Eccleshill; Lowick ; Maindy; Carliol-street Chapel, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; and Woolwich; 540. Of Protestant Dissenters Subscribers-only content

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