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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Pewsey PEWSEY 1839 Pewsey village and nearby settlements

    survived in 1997 ; two other cottages standing there in 1839 were replaced in the 20th century. In Raffin Lane west of Raffin six pairs of cottages were built between 1839 and 1874 , 1 c . 10 houses and

    Index K-Z

    rabbits , and see warrens render, racehorses , and see gallops Radnor , earls of, see Bouverie; Pleydell-Bouverie Raffin , see Pewsey Raffin Stud , railway stations , see Bedwyn , Great; Burbage ; Cadley (in Collingbourne Ducis and Collingbourne

  • * British History Online *

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    Elizabeth, April 1578, 6 -10, 01 April 1578-30 April 1578

    taking yourself cognizance of the matter so far as is needful. Paris, 7 April, 1578. Copy, made by Fran ois Raffin and Pierre Belot, notaries to the King, in his Ch telet at Paris, April 23. Copy. Endd. : Copy

    House of Lords Journal Volume 9, 18 May 1647, 18 May 1647-18 May 1647

    Rob't Dillington Baronet, Mr. Emanuell Bourne , Mr. Hugh Thompson , and divers others there assembled. "John Clarke, Mayor. Wm. Raffin. G. Byllinghurst, Town Clerk." Corbet versus Hunt. "To the Right Honourable the Lords assembled in Parliament. "The humble Petition

    Index, R, 01 January 1577-31 December 1578

    -, Thomas, Earl of Sussex, P.C., 3, 4 notes by, to be embodied in Queen's letter to King Philip, 495. Raffin , Fran ois, notary to King, 776. Ragusa , ship of, taken, 145, 15 s. ( p 434). Ramsey

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the AssizO Cour1t of Parts carried' into ehect the law of the 9th November, for the suppres>sion of seditious cries. Raffin a butcher's b3v, was brought before the Court, charged rith having, ort the 1 9th Sep`ember last, while the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    piracy said to have beeen committe by Sir Edward Holland, coaimander of the English brig of war Dolphei, against M1. Raffin, a Frenchman now at St Louis, Senegal. This gentleman is in possession Of authentic documents from the authorities of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as far as the prisoners are concerned. One of the persons wounded in the. attempt to assassinate the Emperor, M11. Raffin, keeper of an hotel in the Rue de la ichodier, has just died of the injuries lwhichl he received. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UMEATH UsIoN N01UNDS. - e Friday, April 27 (a drag. at 3 , Tankardetown SSaturday, April 28 (at 12), .. Raffin Cross at aMr. JarES HAMILL (late 51, High Street), 1, Castle to Chsoambers, has commenced for the season to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pmoprietor and Manager ....... Mr. W. J. ASECROrT. General Manager .M................. Cr. SAo. Most Important Starring Engagement of Mons. Rubin Raffin, the Continental Clown, with his Troupe of Comical Dogs and Monkeys; sup- ported by George E3saman, Scully, and Morrell Subscribers-only content

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