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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases and addenda to cases, Miscellaneous 1645, 01 May 1645-31 May 1645

    of John, Earl Rivers. Pp . 915, 946. 1 Oct. 1645. Vol. G No. or p. 11 March 1651. Edw. Raddon begs discharge of Ipplepen Manor, Devon, mortgaged to him by Sir Wm. Harvey and Lady Penelope [Gage ] , Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, April 1684, 21-30, 01 April 1684-30 April 1684

    said Dowdall's and Tapley's petition. The ditches were granted to Raddon and Owen and the herbage to Dorothy Biggleston. Raddon and Owen divided their interest and five years since Raddon passed his interest to Tapley on condition of marriage with

    Charles II, October 1682, 01 October 1682-31 October 1682

    II . 421, No . 29. ] [Oct. 24. ] A breviat of James Harris' information against William Raddon, brother to Edward Raddon, that was proclaimed in '66 or thereabout s, and against Thomas Parsons and John Troude, old Oliverians. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, R, 01 January 1682-31 December 1682

    Francis, of Dilston, letter to newsletters to Raddon (Ruddon), Edward, author of Vox et Lacrimce Anglorum his intended insurrection in his widow. See Harris, James, wife of. alias Hayman, Mary William, Baptist, brother of Edward letter from information against hats Subscribers-only content

    Index of Places and Things, B, 01 July 1735-31 December 1736

    i. -,-, importance of, 107, 221 p. 143. -,-, need for fresh measures for, 277. -, Deputy Marshal of. See Raddon, George. -, duties in, affecting British trade and shipping, reply to queries concerning, 221 viii. -, duties and impositions

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Index K-Z

    , Queen's Park Rangers football club , Quicke , Wm., R.S.P.C.A. , Radclyffe , Anna Maria , ctss. of Derwentwater, Raddon , Edw., Radford , Messrs., Radical Club , Ragged School Unio n , and ragged schs., see Shaftesbury Soc.

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    of the Kennet at Audley 's Cottages in Fyfield and two north of the river at Hackpen and at ' Raddon ' or Wroughton 's mead in Fyfield . 293 There was much interchange of stock, particularly of lambs and

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TUCKFIELD, Roger (?1685-1739), of Raddon Court, Devon.

    TUCKFIELD, Roger (?1685-1739), of Raddon Court, Devon. Constituency Dates Ashburton 21 Jan. 1708 17 Mar. 1711 Ashburton 1713 26 Feb 1739 Biography The Tuckfields, originally wealthy clothiers, had been seated at Raddon since the sixteenth century. In 1702 they purchased

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. On Thursday morning, at Whalleys banks, in this town, some boys were amusing themselves by loading a tube of iron with gunpowder, into which they had indiscreetly wedged a piece of lead, in imitation of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t Nursery Plate should fall to GRI' FrAST or KiLT. The a, IHartington Ealate can be taken by IsIiAl. Thme Raddon I" Hall Nursery Handicap may be a good thing for Ex- u QtIISITE or MIERRy DuciEas, The Belper Plate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Mr. Jones towards the realisation of his ideal will be watched with unusual interest. A younger dramatic hand, Mr. Raddon Cham- bers, who leaped into fame with " Captain Swift," is also busily employed just now. He is engaged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    time past she has cohabited with a man named Raddon, a journeyman pipe maker, residing in the above-mentioned house-she following the occupation of sempstress. On Monday morning the deceased and Raddon. left home together, about half-past seven o'clock, as usual, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    would be a count for riot, ltyaD, Johnston, Martin, and Chambeo~s ware then dis. cbhrged ; nnd Carroll, Moorhouso, and Raddon were erdered into the (look to take their trial for mnlsdemea. uour. DUITLIN, Thursday Night,-In the ca9e of Captain Subscribers-only content

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