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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6-aht.biatthau. LLENYDDIAETH GYMREIG. Syr,-Mewn erthygl olygyddol yn y Daily News, Rhagfyr 9fed, gwelais sy9wadau o natur wawdus, yn cael eu cyfeirio at yr Ysgotiaid, yn herwydd en pen. derfyniad i sefydla Cadair Geltaidd yn y Brifysgol, mewn coffadwriaeth o'a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    erased ye darawpyid telU uchelgeisiol, ond godt ogedig agwylaidd. Dvmnutai iddo bob ilwydd. tatradwyt yo nesat gan Ar. Thomas James, Raglan. Biasati yn Idda gaud io ef pe biasai - brodyr oyhoeddos yti siarad tipyn o qyowyr wrthyut, oud yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ef Somerset, yr anrhyded cynyrok lawer dysgiaidiTr brenin: Charles 1.3 pan eyn dadiifyny gyda eiffrawd iyn .nghastell Raglan. Cyi'paeddam pntref tawel Raglan yn gynar ar brydnhaW~ teg, ec y iaviwom 'hainddo i fwynihau golygfeydd' anian, a ar waith celfyddyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn cael ei haddurnaobobJ P oohi gan- gof-golofnau i amly o'r ymerawdtyr -Rhuf- g sinig. Mewn gwirianedd, yr oodd castell Raglan C tunhob X atyr ;yp -fwy )tebyg,, pan2 yn ci; ogoniant ilysbrenhinol. nag ydoedd 1ly- deiliad. Yr oeda-yn . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ceyortbwy 'r ibrenin pan meewn cyfyngder. Wedi e4am at en gilydd sawm go dd a eriean, Seth at unwaitbij gistell Raglan, . lle yr oedd y Breniu Chsrles yn ymg ddio w y4i.brwydr ,, &azeby, pan beb braidd geiniog yui Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bisham

    and married Henry Somerset , who was summoned to Parliament in the lifetime of his father as Lord Herbert of Raglan and succeeded him as Earl of Worcester in 1628 . Lady Hoby is represented kneeling at a desk with

    Edmonton Education

    Act at Houndsfield in 1947 , Cuckoo Hall in 1949 , 7 and Croyland, Raynham, and Raglan schools by 1949 . Croyland and Raglan secondary modern schools closed in 1959 and Rowantree opened in 1960 in Little Bury Street .

    Parishes Madresfield

    the work was Mr. Frederick Preedy . Assoc. Archit. Soc. Rep . xvi, 107. Between these trees is buried Lord Raglan 's horse 'Shadrach,' which died in 1857 . It was designed by Norman Shaw . Assoc. Archit. Soc. Rep

    The City of Coventry Public education

    of the existing schools have been enlarged and reorganized. Among the secondary schools were St. Mary 's R.C. School in Raglan Street , which was being used as a temporary secondary school until it was closed in 1958 , and

    Spelthorne Hundred Laleham Bingham , Earl of Lucan Spiller Reynell Eglesfeld

    brigade at Balaclava was made under his direction, and he was himself wounded by a bullet in the leg. Lord Raglan blamed him for the advance of the cavalry on that occasion, and in consequence he returned to England and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1500, 01 January 1500-31 December 1500

    a . pasture, 3,000 a . wood and 5,000 a . furze and heath and 10 l . rent in Raglan and Dyngestowe, whereof they were enfeoffed by William Herbert late earl of Huntingdon together with Anne countess of Penbroch, Subscribers-only content

    Glamorgan Plea Rolls, 1542-72

    (late the wife of John Raglan, knight) against Thomas Raglan, esq., in a plea that he render to them a reasonable dower of the said Ann out of the freehold which the said John Raglan, her late husband, had in

    Index, Q, R

    Radcliff , Dr. See Radcliffe, Jeremiah. Radcliffe , Jeremiah, Vice-Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, 216. Raglan (Ragland), co. Monmouth, letter dated from, 78. Ragland. See Raglan. Raine , Francis, Under-Steward of Havering, co. Essex, petition to Cecil, 126. Rainsford ,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 4, 5 June 1646, 05 June 1646-05 June 1646

    and, instead thereof, Chichester to be inserted. A Letter from the Earl of Worcester , of 29 Maii 1646, from Raglan , to the Governor of Chepstowe , and the rest of the Committee of Monmouthshire , together with their

    Addenda to Volume 1, Star Chamber Proceedings, 1534-58

    brief paper. Amongst the Deponents are the following: William Avan of Lantwit [Major ] , gent., aged 44 years. Thomas Raglan of Lyswurney, gent., aged 45 years. Jenett Manxell of Lantwit [Major ] , widow, aged 32 years. William Dyer,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PROBERT, Sir George (c.1617-77), of Pant Glas, Raglan, Mon.

    (c.1617-77), of Pant Glas, Raglan, Mon. Constituency Dates Monmouth 1661 6 Jan. 1677 Ofifces Held Commr. of array, Mon. 1642, j.p. July 1660-d., commr. for oyer and terminer, Oxford circuit July 1660, assessment Mon. Aug. 1660-d., dep. lt. c. Aug.

    SOMERSET, Charles, Lord Herbert of Raglan (1660-98), of Troy, Mon. and Badminton, Glos.

    Lord Herbert of Raglan (1660-98), of Troy, Mon. and Badminton, Glos. Constituency Dates Monmouth 26 Mar. 1677 Monmouthshire Mar. 1679 Monmouth Oct. 1679 26 Nov. 1680 Gloucester 1681 Gloucestershire 1685 Monmouthshire 1689 Monmouthshire 1690 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Brec.

    HUSSEY, Charles (1626-64), of Caythorpe, Lincs.

    for the execution of those under attainder and appointed to that for the additional corporations bill. With Lord Herbert of Raglan (Henry Somerset), Sir Anthony Irby and Robert Long he was given leave on 29 Nov. to bring in a

    MORGAN, Sir Edward, 3rd Bt. (d.1682), of Llantarnam Abbey, Mon.

    was taken prisoner at Hereford and his estate sequestrated. His father followed the example of his cousin Lord Herbert of Raglan (Henry Somerset) in conforming; he was made justice of the peace and deputy lieutenant, but relapsed after a visit

    SEYMOUR, Lord John (c.1633-75).

    nephew, the third duke. But the marriage was inharmonious and dogged by financial difficulties. He quarrelled with Lord Herbert of Raglan (Henry Somerset), the duke’s guardian, and with his own mother, who refused to pay him either his allowance or


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