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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Q, R, 01 July 1596-31 December 1597

    150, 233. Rathdrum , co. Wicklow, 140, 142, 288. , , letters from the camp at, 117 120, 135,138,158, 159. Rathe , John, a merchant of Drogheda, 336. Rathfarnan , co. Dublin, letters from, 345, 390, 406. , , house Subscribers-only content

    Inquisitiones post mortem, 1348-1601

    the lordship of Splot, in the same March of the aforesaid lordship of Glanmorgan, with the appurtenances; the Manor of Rathe, with the appurtenances; the Manor of Lekwith, with the appurtenances; the pleas and perquisites of the County of Glanmorgan,

    Index, C, 01 August 1588-30 September 1592

    Clyff , John, petition of, 103. Clymenery , 25. Clynton , Thomas, 451. Coat money , schedule of, 69. Cogayne Rathe , co. Cork, 24. Cobenny Friary , 229. Coimbra , 295. Coin and livery , 203. Coke , Edward, Subscribers-only content

    Index, P, Q, R, 01 August 1535-31 December 1535

    Portugal. Posier , Henry, 234 (p. 78). Postlyng park , Kent, g. 914 (17). Posts , system of, 27. Pottel Rathe in Ireland , letter dated at, 1027. Potter , Thos., 736. Poularde . See Pollard. Poulet . See Paulet.

    Elizabeth I: volume 136, September 1588, 01 September 1588-30 September 1588

    Dirywillane, three ploughlands, in county Cork, which one Arthur Hyde hath wrongfully entered. 64. Same claims the lands of Cogayne Rathe, in Mouskridonigan, county Cork, into which one Hugh Cuffe hath wrongfully entered. 65. Same claims the lands of Doddes Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADDRESSES. MA-X GREGER'S CARLOWITZ of High Maturity. CARLOWITZ.-Vintage 1878. CARLOWITZ.-Threo Years in Bottle. CALWIZ - The Celebrated HUNGARIAN CLARET. p CARLOWITZ for DINNER. r f S ( 1ARLOWITZ for DESSERT. I VP e C'ARLOWITZ, at 15s., 24s., 32s., 42s., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Disorders to. Vide thousands of Teuts- momiaa-Pnamnohlet and Advice Free, on auntion to the Medisa Batoy COnD Mted), A, Oxford nest, Looees, W. Horer of Rathe ne Plane.) Those who sunot can at the Conause lnsWtate should write at once Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    friends to try and dond out what was hinted at when the words were usedl in the Uouse) of Commons. Rathe tmysrprisI sawe the aunomulcemout treated as a grand stroke of statLe~ansahiip. Here, they said-, is a cunnlingly-devised ela by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A further purchase of £21,000. Reducer, at 73,', ox div., has been made o n account of the Sinking Fund. Rathe e a better businoss has been done in the speculative kinds of Foreign Stocks, but chiefly owing to a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    imurmur lo quetstlons prisoner said Mr. Rhodes had een a cuetonser of Mr. Gray's, and If the dress was not Rathe would be offended. He had come to Birmingham witb the horse to have It shod. Mr, Gray caused enquires Subscribers-only content

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