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  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, July 1675, 01 July 1675-31 July 1675

    his staff struck 3 or 5 times upon them, saying nothing to them, but calling on his watch to seize Mayon; he lighted on Mr. James Colleton, whose head he broke in two places, and one swore he saw Colleton's

    Index, M, 01 December 1574-31 December 1676

    Flower (ship), the, 350, 1198 ii. Mayer , George, p. 17. Maynard , Sir John, 396. Mayo , , 526. Mayon , , 616. Maypole , the (Strand), 191. Meagher , Philip, 902 iv. Meal , 10. Mears , Captain,


    Derryoulagh. 354, 14 from bottom, for Langley read Langford. 355, 16 from bottom, for Dontreague read Dontraigue. 360, 26, for Mayon (Mason) read Mason. 361, 24, for Pensey read Pensex. 378, 22, for [Portester ] read [Portlester ] . 385,

    Index, T, 01 January 1701-31 December 1701

    -, Daniel, p. 175. -, James, 14, 571, 586, 691, 1127, p. 387. -, John, 425, pp. 176, 246. -, Mayon, 54. -, Michael, 525. -, Thomas, 695 V. Tegachnawadiqua (Indian), document signed by, 758 IX. Tehodsinojago (Indian), document signed

    Henry VIII, January 1533, 1-10, 01 January 1533-31 January 1533

    lord Morley, lady Mountegill, Master Treasurer, Parker, of the Robes and his wife, Hubbert of St. Katherine's, Luke Liark, gunner, Mayon Sagbut, Christopher Myllyner. Total, 1,550 oz. at 5 s . 2 d . the ounce, = 400 l .

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TREGONAN, Otto (d.1439), of 'Tregonan', Cornw.

    1439. Biography Otto, a Cornishman by birth, was sometimes described as being ‘of Tregonan’, but he also held property in Mayon in the parish of Sennen near Lands End, and farmland at Trethewy and Helligan in central Cornwall.[footnote] In his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    others for her to hatch, and then commence with another fowl." The authoress, not having seen the remarkable volcano of Mayon, about six leagues from Manilla, has little more to say of the island of Luzon,-and a few pages further Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STrNLv.FY. eth lnoitit;. Plans. so, ats. LETTERS front rIIGH LATITUDES. hemn some Ac'couns of an Yadit Voyage to Icelatid, JIan Mayon, ant S pithberges. Br LoBD Dos-nasa. sth Edition. Ilmustrations, Poet ecu. 70. 6d. TRAltIES and RESEARCHES at NINETi and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tatteromoise.- X Q. Appy apntr rsnod Co,, Blehop Street Sooth. oU1191 cISIr'I'YGTRA.DE.-Wotd aIaa~edt the Pluging G~AN9 dlFne-TaylEr,- Wonteds , Lae0 Mayon rthere.S G'LCEobsey Rood, Smal~ Htesth . (IRL (young) Wanted, for Office Work,-AlsPply, perlionafflin', 1 tO XG 110, Great Charces Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. BI N-r. lOs. - A. 0 M-. v Busrer . 6d. 6L ew subecriptions;: Mr. a sul £2 2a Mayon, £:L LQ.; Mr. James Hirak. £L. l; r I ;, Smith, £L la.; Mr. W. T.. Rnshin. £1. I, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIR2=GHAM DAIY CoMPk2Y The eighth annual meeting of the Birmirnl Dpi Cornpany (Limited) was held at Colmre cin.,.. NewhaL Street, yesterday morning Aidermnau c., presided; and amongst thosep trosentrers t. Clhamberlain, MP., Joel 6Cdburv,S. (directors), Messrs. T. IL G. Subscribers-only content

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