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  • * British History Online * *

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    Errata

    Errata ERRATA Page 5, line 26, for "346" read "330." " 6, " 25, " 10, " 17, for " Lindsey" read "Lindsay." " 13, " 24, for " Lyons " read "Lyons." " 17, " 26, for "Bower" Subscribers-only content

    Minute Book, June 1676, 01 June 1676-30 June 1676

    Francis Cruys. To be paid according to the scheme. Musicians. Ditto. Mr. Culliford. Granted. In the margin : Done. Ph. Lanyon. The fee farms [are ] overcharged already. John Powney. [To be ] put in the King's papers. In the

    Errata

    624, 2 lines from bottom, for F. Fletcher read J. Fletcher. " 639, 13 lines from bottom, for Laynon read Lanyon. " 645, 10 lines from bottom, for lightships read light ships. " 651, line 11, for Horne read Herne. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, 01 March 1673-31 October 1673

    part of the French fleet forced into grant of collectorship at, in reversion ordered mayor of. See Lanyon, John. merchants of. See Lanyon, John. Catwater at, letters dated from ships in Exeter, Topsham and Dartmouth, petition of merchants of, mentioned Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 October 1665-31 July 1666

    Langston , Capt. Anthony, letter of Languedoc Lann , Fras., letter to Lannoy , Benj., consul at Aleppo, letter to Lanyon , John letters and notes of letter to Philip letter of La Paix , the (ship) Lapthorne , George Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    alluog i warchae arno, y mae yn anhawdd iddo symud oddiyno, Ilawer llai ymladd. Cyffelyb yw sef- yilfa y Milwriad Lanyon yn Pretoria, ac y mae yl yn siar fod eu hymborth yn eyflym brinhau. yi Bychan ac eiddii ydyw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Budge row, engravers; as for as regards J1. Sparrow-P. Foucst anld Caitlaud, Kingolaud road, Iloather carriers-S. C. a nd T'. Lanyon, Hlelston, Cornwall, ironmongers-H. Septon and J. Collins, Fore street, Cripple- gate, fringe manutacters-T. Watson and W. Nix, Lttle Carter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saunders to be Lieut, without purchase, vice Grahame; Lieut W Wastle to be Paymn, vice A McDonald, deceased; IV 0 Lanyon, Gent, to be Ens, by purchase, vice F Helyar, appointed to the sth Light Dra- goons- 8th Foot: N Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .E,*s jof A bak. I I ~~~~~~~~~~~~~p:~~~~ -dome N6tes. The Wexford l ecetion resulted on Monday in the lltetutn of Mr'Xavauaghby a'majority 'of Id61., 'Thi'' nuXmber4 were -Kavanagh, 2,642; Eennessy, 1,881. The Belfast election was ttally'overat noon on Wed; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Selwyn, C J Bass, M T Forester. Gen Langton, W G Severue, J H Botesos, Sir T Foster, W 0 Lanyon, c Seymour, A Bathuorst, A A Fort, R Leader, N P Seymour, G H Beach, Sirw M Freshfield, C Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of illustrations

    Newport 1150 Farrer & Co. of Lincoln's Inn Fields 1190 Pitt & Cooksey of Bridgnorth 1265 Littlewood , Peace & Lanyon of Wellington Solicitors' Accumulations ( cont .) 1268 Revell Phillips & Son of Shifnal 1681 Cooper & Co. of

    Lilleshall Protestant nonconformity

    . Ibid. Wellington R. D.C. to Revd. P. H. W. de Visme 25 July 1967 ; Littlewood , Peace, & Lanyon to Revd. R. Hallam 12 Feb. 1969 . G.R.O., Worship Reg . nos. 15070 (cancelled 1896), 17254 (cancelled Dec.

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    and the copper ores, etc., from St. Just, were brought to town for shipment on mules ' backs. Hichens, of Lanyon , kept a large number of mules for that pur¬ pose. So far has been chiefly taken up with Subscribers-only content

    The Transvaal, 1880

    superintendent of the Berlin Missionary Society, a twenty years' resident in the Transvaal, in a letter to Sir "W. 0. Lanyon , dated August 10th ,' 1880 (loc. cit., p. 19, Enclosure 2 in Not 52); he is speaking, of Subscribers-only content

    The Transvaal, 1880

    have kept quiet in obedience to the lawful authority." Sir O. Lanyon , on December 18th , proclaimed the Boers as rebels, but they indignantly replied, that " The people of the South African Republic have never been subjects of Subscribers-only content

    Four years of protest in the Transvaal: a poem from the South African Blue Books, 1881

    humble " petition ers, lay their humble petition at your feet, " with all the earnestness of men who for two years " have fought for their rights with weapons of * See Sir 0. Lanyon 's description, p. 46. Subscribers-only content

    Four years of protest in the Transvaal: a poem from the South African Blue Books, 1881

    p. 160). On the 10th of March , in addressing the Legislative Assembly (C. 2584 , p. 210), Sir OAven Lanyon stated that the province was utterly destitute of the public institutions essential in a civilized community; that there Avas Subscribers-only content

 

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