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  • * British History Online *

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    East Indies, June 1632, 05 June 1632-30 June 1632

    278 . Consultation by Jno. Banggam, John White, Rich. Barry, Anth. James, Edw. Hall, and Francis Preston. Ordered that Gabriel Kennicott, for his drunken and unruly carriage, and for depraving and abusing the Commander and his Council of injustice in

    East Indies, March 1632, 22 March 1632-12 March 1632

    Consultation held by John Skibbowe, John Banggam, Rich. Barry, John White, Ant. James, Fras. Preston, and Steph. Good. Whereas Gabriel Kennicott, Purser's Mate to John Skibbowe, Cape merchant, was allowed to remain at Bantam, where he behaved so vilely, in

    East Indies, December 1633, 02 December 1633-30 December 1633

    I. Co. Complaint of Richard Barry, late Purser of the Great James against Gabriel Kennicott for colouring a Bannian's goods from Surat to Persia, and carrying three bales of goods from Surat to Bantam and returning the proceeds in cloves;

    Index, J, K, 01 January 1630-31 December 1634

    451, p. 462, 494. -, -, Mary, his widow, p. 451, p. 462, 494. Kempton (a broker), p. 413 (2). Kennicott , Gabriel, 267, 278, 307, 363, p. 455, p. 475, p. 484, 513, 518, p. 505 (2). -, -,

    East Indies, November 1633, 02 November 1633-29 November 1633

    day being particularly designed for examination of the complaints of private trade in the Great James, the accusations of Gabriel Kennicott, John Pyke, and John Miller against Richard Barry with his answers read, and it was observed that as Barry

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Culham

    The Vicarage stands between the main highway and the village street. It is said to have been built by Benjamin Kennicott , Vicar of Culham ( 1753-83 ), about 1758, 63 and is undoubtedly of 18th-century origin. In 1816 it

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    and later bp. of Peterborough , 222; Col. or Capt. (fl. 1814), 61 Kennett-Barrington , Guy Nevill Eaglestone , 43 Kennicott , Revd. Ben., v. of Culham , 30, 31, 36, 37 Kent , dchss. of, 215 Kent , John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr hyn brofa nad yw Ymneillduwyr yn is 35 nRV Eglwyswyr mewn gwybodaetb. Cafodd fa Mr. H. Robinson y Junior Kennicott Heb- pl I rew Scholarship a'r liall-Houghton Septuagint yr I Prize. Enillcdd Mr. Tenwood y Senior Hall yn Houghton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. Professer Gandell, of Magdalen Hall, and the Rev. It. Payne Smith, of Pem. broke College, as Examiners ibr the Kennicott (Hebrew) Scholarship was confirmed. CAMBRIDGE, June 11.-Arthur Cayley, Esq., F.R.S, F.S.A., late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, was on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gais- ford for classic verse; the Pusey and Ellerton for Hebrew; the Houghton Syriac, the Boden Sanscrit, the Kennicott Hebrew, the Sinia Kennicott, &c., varying his prizes and scholarships by an occasional first-class in the more difficult schools. He won Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in heir- and ing charges Of clrunkenness cind neglect of ilis clerical duties the! Ibrought against the Rev. Benjamin Centuma Kennicott, SIns Ivicar of All Saints', Mlonlcwearmoutli. Dlefendaist was Oird Isuspended in 1874, and was olcly reinstated isc Marsh of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    next. A grand banquet will be given at the officers' club this evening in honour of English visitors. OXFORD UFrVERSOTY.-The Kennicott Hebrew Schola'r shin has been awarded to H. J. Cohen. B.A., scholar of Jesus College; and the Pusey and Subscribers-only content

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