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  • * Victoria County History *

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    earl of Cambridge (d. 1402), 33; John, M.P., 77 Langport (Som.), 142 Langton , Thos., bp. of Winchester , 33 Langworthy , Dr. C. C, 246, 330; Dr. R. A., 330 Lansdown ( Lansdowne ), Som., 139, 141, 154 n

  • * British History Online *

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    426, 434, 435. Langley , Mr., letter from, 210. Languedoc , [France ] , towns of, 370. outrages in, 439. Langworthy , Dr., archdeacon of Wells, 74. Lanier , John, letter from, concerning his son, Nicholas, 297. Lankaster , alias

    Book 1, 1656

    London wall for 7 yeares from midsomer next Dated the 22 th day of may 1656. Robert Langworthy the son of nicholas Langworthy of Cherriton in the County of Devon husbandman hath putt himselfe appntice to John Deane neere Holborne

    Index of names

    Margaret, ibid . Langham , George, 166. Langley , Nicholas, 387. Langlye , W. 233. Langton , Stephen, Archbishop, 268. Langworthy , 555. L'ans , Elizabeth, 476. note . Lant , Richard, 245. Larpent , Frances, 210. John, ibid .

    Index of names

    6, 62, 70, 83, 119, 134. Langley , John, *130; Samuel, *200; William, 12. Langton , Robert, *50; William, 50. Langworthy , Nicholas, 19; Robert, *19. Larchin , Jeremiah, *54; Thomas, 54. Larcombe (Larkham, Learkham), Edward, *177; Hugh, *157, 177,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pn fachgen a fawr hoffid "in'ob coich. BE pn ddiwyd a llwyddianus Yn Y Granimar School, lie yr enillodd y Langworthy pize o £25 am Modern Lanuages. Pan yn ' deunlnaw oed, neth i fyny i tundain gan ddis- gayl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pilace Lay, J. W. Tower hill Pakr Jon W Lane, William, Frith street Pakr on lhitoha Lang, Joseph, Haynmarket chambers Langworthy, J. R. Red Lion Parkinson, Horatio, Stykilte square street Laurie, B. J. 4.5 Bedford sq. Parkinsoni John Henry, Lascelles, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brothets, Todmorden 2 50 00 Joseph Crook, Rattan - - -220 0 0 P. R0. Arrowsmith, Balton - -250 00 Langworthy, Brothers, and Co. Msanchester - -2.50 0 0 S. Sciawahe and Co. Manchester 2 50 0 0 John Sister, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Thursday night to take steps for presenting a requisition to Mr Alderman Langworthy to pset hineself in nomination for the representation of the borough. MIr Langworthy is of liberal politics, and stands high in the estima- tion of all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Manners and Mr C. H. Frewen, the rival candidates in the Conservative interest, have issued their re. spective addresses--Sa&trwd.-Mr E. It. Langworthy was on Mondav elected without opposition to the vacant scat caused by the death of Mr Brotherton. Subscribers-only content

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