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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Clarendon Building

    names mentioned are Smith, carpenter; Coles and Taylor, plumbers; Medley, smith; Minn , joiner; Wildgoose, painter; Fifield and Lea , plasterers; Meelks, locksmith; and Booth 'for Ironwork'. Thomas Minn , the joiner, wh o received £294 10 s . in

    Yarnton Manor and other estates

    of the Oxford-Woodstock road , was, like Paternoster farm, part of the quarter share of the manor. Leased to the Minn family from the later 17th century and probably earlier, it was later known as Minnis farm. 94 The farm

    Yarnton Church

    Milton , or Gibbon, 1547-64 , were former monks. 73 Hugh Evans , 1579-1618 , married a member of the Minn family and, unusual among Yarnton 's incumbents, was a working farmer. He kept the first known school in the

    Parishes Souldern SOULDERN

    paid for by the rector. 301 In 1816 302 a schoolroom was built at the expense of William and James Minn. In 1818 it was being used for a Sunday school of 30 boys, and as a day school; the


    Geof.; Cobbett; Defoe; Dyer, Edw.; Elyot, Sir Thos .; Erasmus; Gregory, Dr. Francis; Hearne ; Kennett ; King, Jas.; Mavor; Minn , Hen.; Nash , Treadway; Plot; Pope, Alex.; Rous; Rowse ; Russell, Bertrand; St. John , Hen.; Southey ;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Old Cemetry, Hockley, Birmingham, Chwefror yr 8fed. WILLIAIS.-Ar yr Ileg cynfisol, ya nhy ei ferch, Mrs, Ann Williams, Bristol Grove, Minn,, yn 85 mlwyd&l oed, yr hynafgwr parchus William Williams (Pani' Coch), ar ol chwe' diwrnod o gystndd o'r pmpumonia, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I iaeth mor anffafriol ag y mya un blaid el bod, n tra nad ydv~v ychwaith mor ffafriol ag y Minn b un dosbarth o'i phleidwyr ci bod. Y Rhaid addef ar y cychwyn fod gorchfygiad y Weinyddiaeth ar Fesur Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gatref hyfrydo1 ! tragwyddol gymanfa. Fyud nefoedd y teelu, a'a mawl Di ddistWaw. I mae -fy nheulu a minauyn liah a chysurus. Gyda chofion caredig at bawb. Ydwyf, yr eiddcoh yn ddifftant, JoN MOSES. K&ayeapolis Minn, B~hagfyr 5) 1885. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YW GWYBOD AM Rinweddau Meddygifyiaethol :lDigyfelyb EX XUl 1 3E :- SE. ' B m aE a X3 3P X1E a Ma S , Hysbys yw fod clefydau y GWAED, Y CR0 EN, Y NERVES, YR AFU, Y CYLLA, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LLANDRINDOD WEiLS, MAESDEIIWE N. Ar y fforddl, ac yn ymiyl PLTMP RO 3M y Fpump House 1lotel. Pedwar ninflyd o gerdded o orsaf y lteilffordld. v5tafelloelddprivatc a chyhoeddus. Baddaa (Baths) oer a thwyai. (CxsuroN CAB'rTEF I'W CAIL YM.A. TiLER.AU-CynCedi Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill to prevent Frauds committed by Bankrupts., 1 August 1719

    — m— ii mi Minn » mi .mum, hi m, i - - vetted in fuch new Aflignee or Affignees. as if the firft Affignrnent had been made to him, her or them by the faid Commiffioners; and if fuch Subscribers-only content

    An Act for Regulating the Commencement of the Year; and for Correcting the Calendar now in Use., 11 June 1750

    Tabk of Leilbns. MARQ^hath.x^i. Days. Minn 9 iol II 12 *3 i/« A c v.'a I end. 6 No. T No. 4 No. } No. rr. Na '11 6* X « IC IC 3 21 II 19 22 1 A Subscribers-only content

    9 December 1718, 9 December 1718

    currence of this Houfe. Hodie ia vice leSta cfi Bilk, intituled, "An Acl^Bd. " for continuing the Duties on Malt, Minn, Cyder, " and Perry, for the Service of the Year One Thou- " fand Seven Hundred and Nineteen; and Subscribers-only content

    17 June 1828, 17 June 1828

    9 Geo. IV. Junii. 553 Commercial, &c. Roads Bill : East India Docks Bill And the said Amendment, being read Three Times by the Clerk, was agreed to by the House. Ind A Message was sent to the House Subscribers-only content

    18 June 1830, 18 June 1830

    750 Adjotirrii 18°-21° Junii. ^.1830, " When you saw her again shortly after that, was there w anv Conversation between Mary Ann and you about " the Time of the Publication of those Banns ?" The Counsel and Witness Subscribers-only content


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