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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, O, 01 January 1515-31 December 1518

    See Woking. Okington , Kent, 4391. Oldale , Wm., attainted temp. Hen. VI., 2118. -, -, his daughter Mary, 2118. Oldbridge , Meath, 111. Oldenburgh and Delmenhorst, John Count of, letter to, 4618. Oldering , Simon, justice for Yarmouth, 1145.

    Henry VIII, February 1515, 1-5, 01 February 1515-28 February 1515

    Feb. P. S. 111 . For EDMUND GOLDYNG. Pardon and release as of Drogheda, alias of Preston Laundy, alias of Oldbridge, in co. Meath. Greenwich, 26 Jan. 6 Hen. VIII. Del . Westm., 3 Feb. Pat . 6 Hen. VIII.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COVBNTRY. Teen CamnlenR oFrConAeirRnE-The annual meeting of this Chamber was held yesterday. under the presideney of 'Dr, J. Bill.-The report of the deputation o the annual meeting of the Associated Ohambere was read and adopted. -The Mayor of Coventry, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2lt, atSt. Peter's church, Pimliro. by thle ov. Alexander Dallas, William Henry, recond srn ef ltenry B. Coddinston, Esq., of Oldbridge, county Moath, to Rlasanna Matilda, youngest daughter of the late Nathan Cairns, EBe., of Liverpool. DnsNrrArs-WRanT.-Moareh 21st, at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dunore-its right wing to- wards Drogheda, its left extending up the river. The centro was at the small hamlet of Oldbridge. Entrench- mantc were hastily thrown up to defend the fords, and James took up his position at a ruined Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three of the E c erew of the ship Oldbridge, from Caleutta,, were charged t r with refusal of duty. The men pleaded guilty, but alleged T r in exteuuihtioni that the bread and flour were bad, aind e , Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co., 103, Foyle Street. I' Ballibay-W. A. Breakey. Larne-Robert Chamtnbers, Solicitor. Bushmills-A. S. Warke, M.D. Monagban-Sanniel Mitolbell, Court-house. Clonmnel-Thomas H~ughes, Oldbridge. Nowry-Robort Greer, Bookseller. Cork-Thomas H1. Jermyrn, 18, South Mall. Portaferiry-11. Brown, Sbuore Street. 2 (Fire Branch), W., Council & Subscribers-only content

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