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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 5, 13 December 1642, 13 December 1642-13 December 1642

    the Enemy, and found the Town as was related to him; then drew towards Plymouth , and stood upon The Lary for the Space of Three Hours, facing the Enemy, who attempted One Charge to have drawn us to their

    Index, T, 01 January 1584-31 December 1585

    returned from, 378. -, deputies of, object to the articles sent by the French King, 82. Termes [Caesar-Auguste de St. Lary, Baron ] de, commander for the French King, has returned without doing anything, 525. Terneuse , Terneusen (Derneuse), fort

    Venice, December 1637, 1-15, 01 December 1637-31 December 1637

    I thought it my duty to report the matter. The Ambassador Corraro was detained fourteen days at the seaport of Lary by contrary winds, from crossing to France. The trials of the journey, the inconvenience of the place, the very

    Index, G, 01 September 1615-31 August 1617

    in Spanish pay, 557, 570. Gramont , Anthony de, duke of Gramont, 184. Granatini , 352. Grand . See St. Lary, Roger de. Grand , near Heidelberg, 265 n Grande , dragoman of England at Constantinople, 300. Grange , Francis,

    Inquisitions, 1600

    rent of 6 in Hatch Arrundell in the said county of Devon; certain lands in Plymouth and a mill called Lary mill in the said county of Devon; the manors of Markwell, Pendrynn . . . lez and St. Tyes

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -g -neyodd a fw-riedigyhrui -ide, ii yr ,eglwys;t.dfarfodtw - - mgeddi~n cyfrblieuinclh yn 'llyd ideathre; iddbicyfafod arn Ndwd a Pharch(R Lary Mri.di-yn.y Griffith- a0 -' B;Dvaiesu detirbygn ar'brawdi'yr f$wad er decthreu d ' frithidy ol. ayfarfthynh dlan rllen capeldr dig Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a rational and generous rjeliey,---awl second, thle rcc01ll0 tis>ta of thc cause; by wts Sueb rlief' hss f becomne nects Lary The ttr=cr regard; our charace; jar elate'volenex d u. -1rcj?6Wf : mif m't the ,ut , oufta j~C pohlit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    After his departme, Capt. latertl liIveiP'tt Lortd C lc- rRAwley's atogether. 11e slept in a room over ttte chamber of Lary C1erstev. Wi tteais frequently smva him iTt qLady Gieraw- Ile's ehar'nter it a very early hour of t1IetmsaTiiA rQmetirnr4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are replete with curious and jute- redti6gnmatter, collectedfrm canoom ns sources, withbno rin 4ppdegeeofindustrv. Pite d for h kbieht and Lary, Paternoster-row; andn Westley and Tyrreil, Dublin. hus published, in six volumes, post rls. with numerous Rngravings, price ft. dgso,hi Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Act for Vesting the Estate late of Sir John Wittewronge, Bart. deceased, in the County of Bucks, in Trustees, to enable them to convey the same to the most Noble Sarah Dutchess Dowager of Marlborou..., 11 June 1727

    and the faid M<w£«r<7f B<?az*z»0Z7r, tfaw/^r^y R<?/iw"/W, Sir 7ofczz R/ztttf torozzgtf, Baronet, G^^t? R/z//t?W0zz£r?, R7/77z'azzz ^///.rtcrag.?, ilarv R^tf«er<Mg.?, iWarzfea R/z7/<?z©r0zz£<?, Lary R^zt/eterozzgi?, Sa/a#»<* R^/z7i?H?r0»£<?, an Infant, by the faid 7oiz? Gazzz/Vy her Guardian, 7^# -B?aazzz<w/ alias R/z7/rar0zz^, an Infant, and Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1823, 18 April 1823

    Recovery of « such Debts :" It puty Coal* tions (Hon Hath' Paper relativ Irelan delive King's lege £ Bill- Lary Bill. Forfar Housi Oddie SirR Wooc al. et Petiti C. S. Thelli be mi Party spond therel referr Appe Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1823, 2 May 1823

    proper Roads, Approaches or '• Avenues thereto." 6. " An Act for erecting a Bridge over the Water of " Lary, from Pomphlet Point, to or near to Great Prince " Rock, in the County of Devon." 7. " An Subscribers-only content

    30 May 1823, 30 May 1823

    North End of " Lincotta Lane, and from Modbury to within Four " hundred Yards of the Bridge over the Lary, and also " a Road from Addistone Hill, in the Parish of Holbeten, " to the Totness Road at Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1823, 2 June 1823

    North End of Lincotta Lane, and from Modbury to " within Four hundred Yards of the Bridge over the 'f Lary, and also a Road from Addistone Hill, in the " Parish of Holbeten, to the Totness Road at Lady Subscribers-only content

 

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