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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Index A-J

    Fowler , John, vicar of Warnham, Fownhope , Ld., see Cornwall , Sir John Fox , Geo. (Quaker), foxhunting , Foyce , fam., France : exports to, French pictures, Frenchmen, war with, and see Agincourt ; Caen ; Calais ;

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F, 01 January 1519-31 December 1523

    Wm., 3685. Foxholys , 3146. Foxole , Suff., 1324. Foxton , Camb., 529, p. 1118. Foxton , John, p. 1116. Foyce , And. de, p. 245. Foyet . See Fayette. Frampton , Linc., 3289. Frampton , Bishop's. See Bishop's Frampton.

    Henry VIII, March 1520, 21-30, 01 March 1520-31 March 1520

    ": Thos. Dale; four others. Grooms of the Hackneys : Wm. Wood; three others. Footmen : Thos. Tristram, Andrew de Foyce, and four more; seven henchmen; John Pulteney. The serjeant sa ddler, the broiderer, the goldwiredrawer, the yeoman stirrup maker,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMIPERIAL PAR MRI -,,f'EN T HO0tUSE OF LORDS. Thulre;lry, .1tcne L ROS5rEBERRY SIVORCE DIL Lord3 LAu;DEaoAsLEs called tlh attention & die llCoise to tne nrow-ision ~of the Bibl, and arued alpen tWe ItO clause, which proilbited the irtjermrirriage of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Victoia RaDfiv BedRorne Dconaing RGED. tY l~~e nG13th}Ogodlthen1 and OCat p : h enA Dwnnd Roas, ilveflardens Dressingt tit terrna. Foyce Dunop for Gas den. tao. Gs tissouehout.-Ip3la ecel. cnt moadern Hiouse ( vhlb we buiit Sor tbe propreeerkiajr an^d- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. TODD), DD. PnoygEsojsrr-Literature, Prof. Mtorsy Me~lse; History, Dr. C Komnihowtl Geology atim Geogerspiy;, Prof 50 3)y Italian, Isr. II Foyce: rechDr Caroniur- leaslxI'r o-gst ; Drawirrg, a N. C M~esEar.; iie~, ohnItlcklp, eed faichi; Sioging, c ~XFODCOUT~YMDDI~OLAS SCHOOL, Eatbiihet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Viese to thel sane. -A~drlrss, Ill, Daily 2'ost. o254 7 L 0-lS.-7anu~facturinig Bhusina £100.I a year cieusr retum'. Its- veotlo~atlescourtcul,-IIr. Foyce, 5,Newhasull Street. c3419 _Qe0. o, in ,000.-Gofleutcanq of uictive busssiness sanble, and execl- . lent Irsiveller, Wisihes to Invesat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as to the rtrlnentiaity of tbis really vonderfuil crnse, eitsen personarilly or by letter. A ptrivate lt the Bath Police Foyce, also, has been p ier- fetly coled of an obl scovbutic affection in the face, after all other iseanis Subscribers-only content

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