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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Note on Staffs Record Society volumes used

    coram rege and before itinerant justices, 1327-83 . " 165-217 Final Concords, 1573-80 . xiv (2) 'History of Weston under Lizard ' (part I). xv 1-126 Pleas de banco and before itinerant justices, 1387-1412 . " 129-98 Final Concords, 1580-9

    Colleges of secular canons Tong , St Bartholomew

    its own justices of the peace. 10 By 1535 it had acquired a fifth of the manor of Weston under Lizard (Staffs.) and a small property in Wellington . 11 The college presumably also derived substantial benefits from gifts in

    Houses of Augustinian canons Abbey of Lilleshall

    at Lizard and that Philip intended to found a monastery there. If so, he failed to convince either the mother house or the bishop of the suitability of the site; indeed the soil was poor and the revenue from Lizard

    House of Cistercian monks Abbey of Buildwas

    Cosford were adjacent to Ruckley to the south. Brockton Grange , which lay some five miles to the north, beyond Lizard and Blymhill and just in Staffordshire , provided, with Walton Grange , the nucleus of a fourth group of

    Caughley CAUGHLEY AND SWINNEY c. 1790 Caughley: The Salopian China Manufactory c . 1800

    to the south, 60 and coal was got from adjacent mines. Soapstone came from Cardington as well as from the Lizard (Cornw.), and china clay was presumably also brought from Devon or Cornwall . 61 Grinding was done in mills

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr wythnos ddiiweddaf, a chodwyd' amryw Iythyrau a phapyrau, dyddiedig Paris, wedi etIlchi i'r lan yn Cadgith yn 'agas 'i Lizard;: y rhai a fon. wyd i'r llysgenadwr Ffrengig yrl U~Iundain.. Ni blywvyd dim am yr awyren na'r d~yniion oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr hyn a'ddangosai fod llongdd'ryliiad' rn .wedi cymeryd. lie ynb; ofnid hefyd fod.llestr h Ffrengig wedifcolligyda. 15 aiddwylawiger- Ylaw y Lizard ; bQddodd, .wyth o ddwylaw liestrt ai Seisnig dryllijedgyn ,Gunwaipe, iwa y ceisio u cyraedd y lap gyda'r h~d, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar ei bwrdd n 29 o ddwylaw, yngbyd a gwiaig a nwerch y A cadben. Nos Fawrth, pan gyferbyn a'r Lizard, d eanfyrdid llestr fawr arall yn agoshau yn unioni n yn yr un llwybr. Gwnaeth dwylaw y Kings- bridge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y ifynhon- an henafol a rhyfedd hye. MORFAB. Mae y goleu trydanol oewy~dd gael ei osod i fyny yn y Lizard siqnal station. Mae yn neilIdnol o ddisglaer, ac yn tafle ei lewyrch ar y mbr am filldiroedd, gan rneyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fel y canlyn:- Gwenllian Thomas, s.8., gadawodd Huelva am Liverpool, Gorphenaf 25an. Iolo Morganwy, s.s., pasiodd Lizard am Caerdydd, Gorphenaf 25ain. Anne Thomas, s.s., gadawodd Braila am Antwerp, Gorphenaf 24ain. Kate Thomas s.s., gadawodd Caerdydd am Port Said, Gorphenaf 25ain Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 04/08/1749

    of War . She was then on the Bristol Station, cruizing upon the Enemy betw ixt that Place and the Lizard for the Space of two Years. In which Ship they had the good Fortune to take a French Prize


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