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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARWOLIOAET! YR YMERAWDlWR NAiUTLEON- P:ina wunotd yr hysbysiad cynta[ am fllichyd yr Ym- craw dwr Napoleon, no o hyny hyd forcu diwrnod ci furwwolnoth, prin yr oedd pobl yn lbarod i ddisgwyl yr hy'a a cddigwyddodd. Yniddeugys fod yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900


    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Abergele Min t Richardj Gronsat; a a cb-r y Ile den arainiad ybaad lh',ddlcni a sweitbwgr Mr. J. Grifllths, Hhevf Lone. Ch wewsrtnwyd sr y berdoneg ._,arn modd r-edemI a dibeuig gae Mine Eans, 4-berq e. ,Tn y program i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhw-g el byseidd" Dyma ddarluniad tarawiadol o'r dyn oaf "Y T ei frov, isel fryd Yn byw dan donen bywyd Lone pan wels heuiwen Ty y niwl yn ffenestr nen; - Oi wely cartref alaeth, YHaw y neft alan aeth. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goblabaita Wpthinoaal. Pasiwyd ail d arileniad Tir-fesur yr Iwerddon gyda mryvafrif gorthrechoi ya gynar boreu diyddl GIener diwedlhf. DIEvivyd ydoe-d y d d e'' nrnrvw ddyidisu, gO tvedi araith Mr. GIah-1Lone nos L in, yr oedd y Ty yn Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the records, 1612

    thair burcht in thair commoun lonis quhilkis meitis togiddir at that part callit the Buttis, and commounlie callit the Kow Lone, and that all our Soverane Lordis ledgis quha hes ony kynde of cattell, scheip, or nolt to sell or

    Cases before the Committee, July 1654, 01 July 1654-31 July 1654

    Dorothy Fitz-Williams, of Taplow, Bucks, from Sir Wm. Wiseman. She left it to Sam. Lone and Hen. Mansfield, and it reverted to George, son of Sam. Lone, who conveyed it to petitioners in trust to raise money to pay his Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 78, June 1571, 01 June 1571-30 June 1571

    Story ." June. 53. Lists of names of gentlemen in Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Leicestershire, and Nottinghamshire, with those "out of the Lone boke." June. 54. Bill in Chancery by Francis Alford, of London, against Wm. Porter and Lodowick Greville, Esq., of Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the records, 1645

    81 merks; the grass of the Quarrell-hill for 25; of the Sheep Craigs for 8; of the Sommerhill and Meikle Lone, adjacent thereto, for 3 13s. 4d.; and of Skellings Myer, and others belonging thereto, for 12. ] 27 May

    Extracts from the records, 1643

    draughts therof besyd Hutchesones Hospitall. Gers sett . [The grass of certain common land, the Sheip Craigs, Somerhill and Meikle Lone and Skellingsmyr, set in five parcels, at a cumulo rent of 91 14s. ] 10 April 1643. Minister, Stru

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tudor and Stuart Colchester Borough government

    in 1575 and 1576. 64 The immediate cause was the excessive punishment for adultery meted out to the mariner John Lone , but the underlying one was opposition to Thomas Upcher, rector of St. Leonard 's, and other Calvinist clergy,

    Townships Middleton

    of Roger de Middleton ; De Banco R. 416, m. 455 d. The pleadings refer to minor estates. William de Lone in 1340 claimed a messuage which Gamel son of Edmund had granted to Adam de Lune in free marriage

    Parishes Goldington

    in 1625 against Edmund, George and John Franklin for the payment of tithes arising out of meadows called Highfield , Lone and Ox Closes and Friar's Grove . An amicable settlement was arrived at by 'mediation of good friends of

    The City of Coventry List of streets Street plan in 1923

    27 UPPER WELL STREET . See Well Street . VICAR LANE* (Vikerslone, 1335 28 and 1410-11 ; 29 Houndes lone, Archdeacones lone) 30 has ceased to exist as a result of reconstruction of the area after the Second World War.

    Index K-Z

    , Miss F. M., m. Rule, Grenville Newton , John, Nic., Pet. (fl. 1660), Pet. (d. 1755), Sam., Vere de Lone , Wm. (fl. 1650), Wm. (fl. 1704), n ; Wm. (d. 1781), Wm. (d. 1875), fam., Templecombe (Som.), Terumber,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    In Answer to a False and Scandalous Case, intituled, The Case of the Creditors of Joseph Long, late of London, Merchant., 1 August 1719

    As to the luohtli, Jzz/c/v £<?,.£ lives upon Tav^/V/fV/gr a Day 15 Mr. Lf//Yy and others now ./trending this Honourable Houfe, can at- tcft, and has been very frugal evci fincc his Misfortunes. As to the Ninth, Mr. Lw/g Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1696, 10 February 1697

    concerned in the faid Bill. 95 Upon reading the Petition of Thomas Martin ; pray- L y, " That Joßn Lone, of Greys Line Efquire, may enter r.izance far " into a Recognizance for him, upon his Appeal depen- Martini Subscribers-only content

    20 January 1702, 20 January 1703

    of Debts,charged " thereupon; and for difpofing the Refidue of the " Money at Iotereft, for the Benefit of Gyles Lone, and " other Infants, purfuant to their Father's Will." Dominus Cuftos Magni Sigilli declaravit prafens Par- Adjourn* liamentum continuandnm Subscribers-only content

    26 January 1702, 26 January 1703

    " upon •, and for difpofing of the Refidue of the Money " at Intereft, for the Benefit of Giles Lone and other •' Infants, purfuant to their Father's Will," as fit to pafs, with feveral Amendments. Which were read Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1705, 9 March 1706

    liamentum continuandum effe ufque ad et in diem Lunse, undecimum diem inftantis Martii, hora decima Aurorse, Dorninis fie decernentibus. Men Lone •ver/i Bank BUI. L.Si turd' Then the Houfe being moved, " That an humble " Addrefs be made to Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 1686 (1563)

    Commissioners ben sent for reformatiō therof. The occasion riseth partly by reason of one Ihon Lone of Colchester hieth (a peruerse place) whiche Ihon Lone was twise indicted of heresye, and there vppon fled with his wife & houshould, and


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