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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei mor- daith o Bremeu am New York, a darawodd ar y tmaeth a adnabyddir wrth yr enw Kentish s Knock, yn agesi'r Goodwin Sands, yn gynar b foreu Sabbath. Hebiaw y d'wylaw, yr a oedd yn yr agerlong rhwng Subscribers-only content

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    rhai o'i bobl weli weled, meddant hwy, tua mynachlog Llanthony. Y mRe seintiau yn Walu ymwelhid aml A Lourdes a Knock, ae nid wyf fi yn gveled ryw lawer o fai arnynt am dalu ymweliad a nynyddoedd Cymro am dro1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gwirir byn y dyddiau yma gan yr ' hygoeledd ifol a roddir i'r gwyrthiau yradrodd- v ix a wneir yn Knock, yn Iwerddon, a'r pererin- T dodau lliosog a wneir i'r lie hwnw yn gyatal ag i 1 Louides, yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or no avertlnations, and-iterefore it is better to have rnone a' all, It is anoWthler vYersio(n of thae old jukseL,-" Knock t.owvn that fellow crying silence." A letter flerom CadiZ," says the Crronzicle, " announcess to us ilta cldest of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    church's door; Who, true successors of the a ncieat leaven,- .Erect a tarnpike onl tbe road to Heaven 7 " Knock, and it shalt lie open'd" salth our LoRn; u Wno,-, nd pay' two-pen6e," say the Chapter Board: Te Shokvman Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Parishes (East Ward), Long Marton

    Marton THE PARISH OF LONG MARTON Including the Manors of Brampton and Knock. Within this parish there are three Townships each constituting a manor, viz. Marton, Brampton and Knock. Marton belonged to the family of Veteripont in the reign of

    House of Commons Journal Volume 11, 27 December 1695, 27 December 1695-27 December 1695

    Head broke in several Places: And Pledwell said, he crying out, He was for Sir George Meggot ; they said, Knock him down: He said, He saw several, unknown to him, who would have voted for Sir George Meggot ,

    Index, K, 01 October 1592-30 June 1596

    , claimed by Sir Warham Sentleger, 89. Kish Mackire , meaning the "King's rents," 247. Kittagh , Walter, see Burke. Knock , the camp at, letters dated from, 252 (2). Knockangarrowe , co. Wexford, 63. Knockedreyt , letter dated from, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, R, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    , James Rutte , Gerrit Rutter , Captain William Capt. William Ruvigny , Captain Ryan , Cornelius Daniel Bawn Edmond Knock John Morgan Phillip Roe Rycaut (Ricaut), Sir Paul Rye mayor of French protestants at Rye Bay Rymer , Thomas Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 10, 6 August 1689, 06 August 1689-06 August 1689

    And that one Frew was knocked down: And if any Persons cried out against Mr. Bale , the Butchers cried, "Knock them down:" And that, though it was desired the Butchers might be polled, yet it was not done. That

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 October 1722, 23 October 1722

    Geo. Journals of the Hoiife of Lords, " Parliament afcertaining the Time in which Appeals " from the Delegates fhall be brought?" The Lords following were appointed a Committee, to confider of the faid Appeal; and report their Opi¬ Subscribers-only content

    30 January 1722, 30 January 1723

    Geo. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. IE Mercurii, 300 Januarii. Domini tarn Spirituales quam Temporales prrefentes fuerunt: Epus. Afaphenf. Epus. CarlioL Epus- Briflol. Epus. Gloceflr. Epus. Ciceflr. Comes Macclesfield, Ds. Mafham, Cancellarius. Comes Uxbridgc. Comes Coiiper. Comes Conhigefuy. Subscribers-only content

    6 February 1722, 6 February 1723

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 17 9C D IE Mei-cutii, 6° Tebfuavii. Domini tarn Spirituales quam Temporales prsafentes fuerunt: Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. • Epus. Dune hi. Cefirienf. Afaphenf. Carliol. Petriburg. BrlfloK Glocefir. Cicefirienf. Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1756, 11 May 1756

    594 Jourhals of the Hoiife «J Lords. A. 1756. D IE Martis, ii°Maiw Domini tarn Spirituals quarn Temporafes prcefentes fueruiu: p. Durefnv. Epus. Elienf. Epus. Sorw?«» Epus. Petriburg. Epus. Bangor. Epus. Norvicen. Epus. hitch. & Gov. Epus. Cefirien. Epus. Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1772, 4 February 1772

    great Wifdom, fhall feem meet; " and that Robert Duff of Lcgie, Keith Urquhart of " Meldrum, Alexander Stronach of Knock, Enfign James " Duff of the Firft Regiment of Foot Guards, James « Duff Sheriff Clerk of Bamff, and Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    the River Rother and after passing through North Street is suddenly diverted by a sharp bend eastwards through the narrow Knock Hundred Row to pass southwards through Lion Street and the market square, the roadway on either side of the

    Zoology Molluscs and Insects

    curious larvae are sometimes to be found in abundance on the leaves round the trunks of the trees - w-album, Knock , is not very common except near Bristol , Brockley Coombe and Weston-super-Mare , where the larvae are sometimes

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SOULBY, William (d.1393/4), of Knock in Long Marton, Westmld.

    (d.1393/4), of Knock in Long Marton, Westmld. Constituency Dates Appleby May 1382 Appleby 1385 Appleby Feb 1388 Appleby 1391 Biography In common with several other of the men who represented Appleby during our period, Soulby was a lawyer. He first

    CRACKENTHORPE, John (d.1436), of Newbiggin, Westmld. and Ousby, Cumb.

    the nearby village of Crackenthorpe, where they also owned property. They occupied other farmland and tenements in Brougham, Kirkby Thore, Knock and Maulds Meaburn in Westmorland, together with less extensive holdings in Culgaith and Blencarn, Cumberland, so it is hardly

    ROKEBY, Sir Thomas, of Rokeby and Mortham, Yorks.

    of Sir Thomas Musgrave*, they had evidently conspired to kill-or at least maim-William Soulby*, who then occupied the manor of Knock in Long Marton, Westmorland, a property once owned by Rokeby’s family. Nothing more is heard of the affair, which


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