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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Domesday survey The text

    and is worth 30 s . Two men held it but could not withdraw. XXXV . The Land Of Milo Crispin Milo Crispin holds of the King Gadintone [Gatehampton ] . 65 There are 5 h . (There is) land

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Lanthony by Gloucester

    took refuge with the bishop, and stayed with him for two years at his expense. In 1136 at his request Milo , earl of Hereford and constable of Gloucester , offered the canons a hide of land close to the

    Parishes Eyworth

    Colchester , 1632. Here, as in a few other cases, this founder latinizes his Christian name as Milonem instead of Milo . The plate consists of a communion cup and flat cover paten of 1625, the cup having a six-lobed

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Binham

    1244 Richard (III) de Selford, 29 occurs 1244 William, 30 occu rs 1262 Adam de Motu, 31 occurs 1264, 1267 Milo 32 Peter 33 Robert de Waltham , 34 occurs 1279, 1289 Walter, 35 occurs 1296 William de Somerton ,

    Houses of Cluniac monks The cell of Slevesholm

    m. 42. Pat. 12 Edw. III , pt. iii, m. 4. Duckett, Chart, and Rec. of Cluni , i, 31. Milo de Columbiers was prior of Lewes from 1263 to 1274 ; at the latter date he resigned on being

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'r rhanau I Seisnig, er . tan'ogi--'u hys~bnyd,'igWeithgar ac egn~i~ol ihy. sP.a aeth~d, gan hyny, y llynedd, i addrfrnucylehdr..y -Cyfarfod. Milo yny sir, i: penderfynwyd fod eglwysi Seisnig y Vxr iw cyAwys :yn yr ad-dr~efniad, 'i. dder~byia, ahya, Cyfarfod fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i vMilo, ei fab, ao wedi hyny i Phillip de Braose, &yn rhin- hf Y wedi e0 briodas a merch Milo. Tywalltwyd llawer o Iwaed yn ac b gwmpas y castell hwn yn amser y Braoses, ! yra hyn a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    77 -Z,3, - , ? - -- ?- ? -Milo 'I ?- ?,, - Ma .,, =,,g , I1!._1; , i , 7777.' 7.:. i. . A , ydgysa y, tr eia +'Jhu"I ,y o¶ am g.l.- :sJwildaw si~r'ygfeaqv----5; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oil y gryfhaol treyliadol, a deng waith wy laebthoyn a prawy blasus sr genan na'r Cod Liver Oil cyfredin. Bydd Milo fdethlonl so ychwenegul pwysedd yn yr achosion byniy, yn y fhad na Wna ClBw n' broeeder cyredin effeithao ond Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fwyaf o dLarore e iactitstl to byg. 'Mae y1 gwneyd y gwallt ya ncillduol o hIcdd, yngi-e-d C ,IIersi ildo Milo a :r r:illa. naocon, lo, La byddlo y Vajis wediralfed. Goty'writch ffcrol yddsian y " Moficrn lair ornee " Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 October 1820, 10 October 1820

    to his Paper.) " On the 8th of May I believe." " Did you touch either at Athens or at Milo on the " homeward Voyage ?" " No." " You mentioned Yesterday, Memorandums, or a Copy u of Memorandums, Subscribers-only content

    10 October 1820, 10 October 1820

    all onboard her.' " ' How so ?' " ' We had received Information at Athens and at " ' Milo of a great many Pirates having been about the « « Archipelago, and it was then consistent that no Subscribers-only content

    10 October 1820, 10 October 1820

    IV. 10ü Octobris. 629 " • should be seen upon Deck, not to give such Vessels " ' an Opportunity of seeing us by Night.' " ' Do you know whether there were any Pirate " ' Vessels; at Subscribers-only content

    10 October 1820, 10 October 1820

    Voyage up ?" " It was." " How many Days were you from Milo to your next " Port?" " Only a few Hours going from Milo to Athens ; but " we did not put much Confidence in the Subscribers-only content

    29 July 1822, 29 July 1822

    Reginald, by the Description of Earl of Cornwall, is a Witness to the Charter by which The Empress Maud created Milo of Gloucester Earl of Hereford, which is supposed to have been in the Sixth of Stephen ; and to Subscribers-only content


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