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  • * British History Online *

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    Diary, 1553 (Jan - June), 01 January 1553-30 June 1553

    had wy. . and fygs and good alle, and ther wher a grett dener; and ther wher the cumpene of Panters, and the Clarkes, and ys cumpony had xx s . to make mere 30 with-alle at the tavarne. .

    Henry VIII, May 1533, 26-31, 01 May 1533-31 May 1533

    Dudley for the Archbishop. Sewers : The earl of Sussex for the Queen ; Sir Thos. Arundell for the Archbishop. Panters : Viscount Lisle, chief panter ; John Apricharde ; John Gislym. [ Butlers ] : Earl of Arundell, chief

    Henry VIII, July 1541, 1-10, 01 July 1541-10 July 1541

    clean the ponds and gardens of his manors of Otford and Knoll, together with his parks of Otford, Knoll and Panters, Kent, and has appointed the bearer Robt. Russell overseer of the work. Please pay to the said Robert, out

    Index, P, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    commission for, ii. 740. Panshanger , Herts, i. g. 1166 (42). Pantas park. See Penshurst. Panter , David. See Paniter. Panters. See Penshurst. Pantre , Agnes, i. g. 149 (24). Paper , i. 946. Papworth St. Agnes (Pappeworth Annyes) ,

    Henry VIII, March 1545, 26-31, 01 March 1545-31 March 1545

    to Ric. Cotton, 2 April 35 Hen. VIII., of the manor and lordship of Prescote, Glouc., and a close called Panters in Southwike (between the highway which leads from Tewkesbury to Cheltenham on the east, the close called Culverhouse Close

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes South Stoke SOUTH STOKE 1818

    quoins and window surrounds of brick. At the north end of the village there were once three more farmhouses: one, Panters , so called after a farming family, 24 though considerably altered and modernized is substantially a Queen Anne house

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GAt~LLERY; containing the principal Feemale Characters in the Plavs & the great Peet, engraved from drawings by all the first Panters. Contents:- 1. Juliet - E V:Prrs 2. Isabella - - - K. Meadows. 3. Rosalind - - - John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RquiedforSale. ilbera _ Wolhcrkcin~tOH 47B89 o SITUATU TIONS VAOA1NT. 3 teamrido M as Gnenera1 Miler.-Apf~ta EMJAi~l~t-11ontod. cit oncer, tern good 'Panters. -Apcni f~ohno 0.Salidy Jleui. I S A5o75 , FeIA~ti)5C~cnij ,n Ich Assistant, its Improyer. ' or .L ood referencee-Adhlcess, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ChEBAP IBE.PAlD ADVERTL¶3JJMENTPS. For COaneeitiv(0 inswertiona of the claniies ot ADVETO'1SEIIENTS piarticularised below, th~e following are theo charges:-d T'wc lines (nine words to a line) ...... 0 6 Ditto 'Three insertions ........ I I0 Dift*o Six inse~rtions .........* 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; lsoa yungMon o Poler. Ia-Aplyto the Briga TED a TAMER.usdtoMiltar .rnaments,-Apny B~l~~~D~tradeBOYS WATED, - astatM, 'Girls to Street. and Panters; onrd.-pply,- Sawer, Clement AMP Trada-WANTED. a good 'SHIP LAMP MAURI hZ pplyz 41, Well direet, H~ockley.. - . : Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CARUIAGRS. &a. too s r Dog, thloroighly broken Gordon Setter P. or s '* littcr (f (:orol 'ic~teri, foulr mnouths olNl J'Too~ Sorrier D~og. by "Old1 Jock,:" Yox F;1bill Tcrrie,. 11"jk'-Ait.,. .. 1'e arcou, London H1ouise. grkrriee'y 2., _ Subscribers-only content

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