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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Franciscans, Cambridge

    notes. Of the other four one containing works of St. Anselm had been bought with money given by Eleanor de Huntingford and was deposited as the 'caution' of Brother John Wynch in 1346 . A Petrus Comestor was given to

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    and see Bere Glossop : Francis, Revd. Francis, and his w. Louisa, John Jas ., Gloucester : bp. of, see Huntingford earl of, see Clare honor, Glynn , Hen., and his s. Rob., Goathill (Dors., formerly Som.) , Godeley ,

    Milborne Port Milborne Port in 1839 Seal of Milborne-Port .

    New College , Oxford . John Hall , vicar 1748- 65 , was resident, but among his successors was George Huntingford , appointed vicar early in 1789 and warden of Winchester college later in the year, who retained both the

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    Hen. (d. 1629), see Wollascott Winchester ( Hants ) , bp. of, and see Beaufort ; Waynflete College, warden, see Huntingford Old Minster , St. Cross hosp., Winchilsea , earls of, see Finch, Chas. and Heneage Wingfield Ric., Sir Ric.,

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    66-67, 68, 70, 71, charter, 54; Twelve Hides of, 61 Gloucester , 141, 153, 217 Gloucester , bp. of, see Huntingford Gloucester , Gilbert, earl of (d. 1230), 68 Gloucester , honor of, 50, 52 Gloucester , Statute of, 64

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he pursued his studies in conjunction with Mr Addington, afterwards Lord Sidmouth; Mar Burgess, late Bishop of Salisbury ; Ir Huntingford, late Bishop of Hereford; the Rev. IV. Lisle Bowles, and others, whose learning and abilities subse- quently raised them Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Sons. Houghton, W., M A., P.L.S.-Gleanimos fronm the Natural History of the Ancients. Illustrated. Cassell, Petter, GApin, and Co. Huntingford, Edward, Rev., D.CL.-The Divine Forecast of the Corruptioi! of Christianity. Bckers and Son. Hooper, Mary.-Ways and Tricks of Animals. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Itile flat. Wrachoall (100 sovs) New Hall (50) Lily (10) Miss Steward (0 Ceta 1Fr 60) Ilandolphe (SO) Hycerski (70) Huntingford (SO) Tiso ATvss~csrr ALL-Aaxrs SELLcscO Pesra of 100gs; two- yearod TSt (I 4b, three got 31b, four and upwards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. Duoing the 'past week thirty-four Wrecks have been re- ported, making a total for the present year of 1,19L The cottage of the " Dairyman's Daughter," at Arreton! in the Isle of Wight celebrated in the religious world Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was fired this morning - co THE OIANCELLOR'S PLATE.-OXFORD V. OA.MBRrDGH, hil -Oxford eight: Private Pardoe, University College; ml Lieut. Huntingford, Oriel; Sergeant Stewart, Exeto; Quartermaster sergeent Morrell, Ereter; LanceLCorporal ml Penrose, Christ Church; Sergeant Bolland, Marton ; Pri- do Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 06/08/1753

    for the Sake of Christ alone. 4. Thomas Cullingham , aged 26, was born, he says, in the Parish of Huntingford , near Holsworth , in Suffolk . His Father was originally a Farmer, with whom the Son lived, and

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