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  • * Victoria County History *

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    " Pannularia nigra, Nyl. Bathampton , Beckington Squamaria crassa, Sm. Cleeve Hill , Cheddar Placodium murorum, Leight. Beckington - callopismum, Mudd . Bathampton Placodium cirrochroum, Cromb. Yatton , Weston-super-Mare Lecanora granulosa, Nyl. Cheddar - xantholyta, Nyl. Bathampton - vitellina, Ach.

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    , Mountjoy (Mongay) , Wm., Mousbroun (Mucebron) , Wm., Mowlem St. , Moyne , Thos. le, Mucebron , see Mousbroun Mudd , Wm., Mulberry Ho . , housing est., Munchensy : Aubrey, w. of Ralph de, see Ewell Ralph de,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eraill. Yr oedd Mr. Cor- bet, perchenog ieuane Ynysymaengwyn, wedi addaw llywyddu, ond trwy ryw amrylusedd ni wnaeth ei ymaddangosiid. Mudd bynag, catwyd un otr cy-ng- herddau goreu-hwyl gampus o'r dechreu i'r diwedd. Y mae y cor wedi peiffeithio' llawer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shown form of the first order. There were about 8,000 people present when Fisher, the Liversedge captain, kicked off, and, Mudd falling to gather the ball, the first scrimmage took place near the Otley goal- By dint of good forward Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an aecomplice of the assassin who attacked Seward. Dr. Mudld, of Mlaryland, set lBooth's log, and sppliled him with crutches. Mudd has been arrested. Booth's brother, Junius Brutus, has also been arrested. The Confederates burned 94,000 bales of cotton before Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the bh host of the Cock and Bottlc, and Mr. ef Emanuel Fips, the parish clerk, and 'Mr. Solomon ac Mudd, the builder, and the Enterprising Commercial a] Gentlemnan, and MIr. Montague Mould -were all assem- o: bled round Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (in mBirngn. Mham. eV Within Siftoen mucal gssnted on ptloommi or othat y, st, a few boo' zonlme, to be Mudd hby ms weskli Eute WThef tanl mamoun Dpolied fag s eeod..-Apph. PA Old Etxmobsu 01 I gg~ mun",. Ofreono Subscribers-only content


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