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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, L, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    22). -, Alice sister of Walter, 438 (4 m. 16). Langney Gate (Langneygotte), Suss., g. 132 (51). Langonnok . See Llangunnock. Langosok , Alice, 438 (3 m. 22). Langport (Lankeporte), Kent, 438 (3 m. 24). Langport (Langporth, Olde Lamporth), Kent

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Llanfair Circuit, 349. Llanferras, 249. Llanfuurach, 376. Llanfyllin, &c, 369. Llangefin, 348. 358. Llangloffan, 127. Llangollen, 350. Llangonoyd, &c, 349. Llangunnock, 387. Llangybi, 402. Llangynhafel, 240. Llanhilleth, 288. Llanidloes, 377. 388. Llanidno, 386. Llannerchymedd, 268. Llanrhaidr, 305.386. Llanahyddlad, 358. Llansaintffraid, Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1803, 16 February 1803

    aforefaid, called The Royal Oak Turnpike Gate, to the Village of Llanflephan, through the feveral Parifhes of Saint Peter, Llangain, Llangunnock, and Llanflephan, in the faid County, beginning at the South fide of fuch Turnpike Gate, and in, by, and Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1833, 14 May 1833

    3 Will. IV. 14° Mail. 387 .—of Melkshami—°f Marlborough;—of Kingston De- veril;—of Swindon;—of Worton;—of Alder bury;—of ofSouthwick;—of Bradford;—of Winsley;—of Cockerton; —of Bratton;—of Nantwich;—of West bury;—of Shaston Freshford;—of Hay Green;—of John-street, Chester;— of Staverton;—of Withington; — of Hassel Green;—of Bunbury;—of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    Street, Lincoln's-Inn Fields, 388; Llan- rhyddlad, 358 ; Leadenham, 349; Long Stowe, 389 ; LaHt- wit, 376; Lydford, 392 ; Llangunnock, 387 ; Llandendeirne, 387; Legbourne, 362 ; Lennoxtown, 255; Lyme Legis, 377 ; Landewdnack, &c. 215; Lower Darwen, 349 Subscribers-only content

    Questions, 14 November 1800

    from the Regifters of Clears-St ; Eglwys-Cymm-un,Eglr\vysfa'u-Achyng Egremond, Hefl'ian- Amgood; Kilmaenllwyd, K>f5g, Laughame, Llanboidy, Lividawke, Llandiis-Abercowln, Llandowirow, Llangan, Llangajng, Llangnlydwcn, Llangunnock, Llanfedurnen, Llanftephan, Llanwinis ; Marias ; and ot Pendme. REGISTER of Baptifms and Banal**, of Clears-St. defeaivein 3700 ;—of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and a saw bench for hand power, I by Messrs. Lewis and Lewis, London. Mr. T. T. Mayan, I of Llangunnock, Herefordshire, ha~s a straw truscer, or t bolting tier, which, it is esplaindd, may be.attached to any th~rasher, or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jumping out of its work and to preserve a level bottom-very important desiderata in a steam plough. Mr. Mayos, of Llangunnock, Ross, desetves the medal he has received for his straw-trusser, which has been im- proved since last year, when Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    loose weights, menu factured by exhibitors, for weighing cattle and horses. l Silver medal to Mr. Thomas T. Maycs, of Llangunnock, c Ross, Herefordshire, for straw-trusser or boltig tier, S manufactured by Rell, Meats, and Co., of Ross, Hereford. shire. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from jumping out of its work and to preserve a level bottom-very important desiderata in a steamplough. Air. Mayas, of Llangunnock, Ross, deserves the medal he las received for his straw-trusser, which has been ipl- proved since last year, when Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _ the Holy Trinity, Ely. Patrons, the Dean and Chapter of I )ohn, ev. T. Lewis, to Perpetual Curacy of Llangunnock, 3ed Carmarthenshire. R( re- Rev. E. Malleson, Perpetual Curate of Baldershy, Thirak, an iof to Rectory of Great Bookham, Subscribers-only content

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