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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the records, 1679

    he left to themselfes to doe as they thought fitt; as also that the pley betwixt the executoures of Doctor Stang and the toune was lykwayes submitted; quhilk twa submissiounes the magistratis and counsell were weill satisfeit with and approved

    General Index, C, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    Richard Cope , Colonel Richard Major Walter Copenhagen letter dated at Copping , John Coppinger , Robert Thomas Coppingers , Stang Corbeagh Corbeau , Esaiah Corbesien , Henry John Corbetstown Corbett (Corbette), John Major, John Corbetta , Don Pedro Corbolis Subscribers-only content

    Entry book, May 1695, 6-15, 06 May 1695-15 May 1695

    being sometime the estate of Thomas Coppinger of Ballyvolane. Also the manors etc. of Ballincurrig and south part of Coppinger's Stang, ten acres in St. John's parish, one acre in Ballinlough, a fishing pool in the river Lea called Ploody,

    William and Mary, May 1695, 01 May 1695-31 May 1695

    belonging to Thomas Coppinger of Ballyvolane, esquire; Ballincurrig and the south part of Coppinger's Stang, Ballintemple, alias Temple's Town and the north part of Coppinger's Stang, a fishing pool in the river Lee called Ploody, and tenements in Cork in Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons

    Rutherglen, 53. Spotiswood , archbishop, 76. Sproull , Andrew, 539. David, 529. John, 440, 453, 505; elder, 426; writer, 521. Stang , Doctor, 276. Stark , John, 532. Steinstoune , Andrew, mealman, 181; taksman, 297. George, 23. Steven , John,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -g t-UniverWa- -Patronage. Let all s e from general or Isel dise'as taeeheart and 1 follow ithe wakeof-tlhonsauds who -nscribe'their restoration of health to the use of HOLLOWAY'S OINT1E T AND PILLS., Rheumatism in the muscles or joints, gouty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyfar7fd gyda'r holl gyfeillion, ac yr oedd rhai o Jonglapyneb yu bresenol, yn yr hwn y bedydd- iA iwyd U Stang, an mewn cad; lNa Symwt, Nlia Riah, a t Biddonsing, U Delington, a Ba Myrtha, oil 3m blant; r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    surprised by Actsaou as he u'as hun ting, card for whRich acctdeaine crGruel antd chaste Goddess chsanged hnn into a Stang, wlen, he was in"177- diatried evoured by his own Dlog~s. ''That it is a favourite subject aises from its Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Massie, Deiby, mercer. J1. Marshall, Gainsburgb, Lincolothire, drug~gist.; E. T. Palmer, Bedford, draper. J. Carter, jin. Liverpool, merchant. L. Stang, Fore-street., merchant. A. Gooch, Norwich, bomhazine-manuFacturer. J. Hinclliffe, Bradley, Yorlshire, wood-merchant. E. Ovenden, Old Boswell-court, Carey-street, jeweller. H. Cox, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rival father to carry off the first prize for his son, and instal her triumphantly in that hated opposite house. Stang into unwonted energy by this base treachery, the enraged father resolves to trust no more in others, but, bidding Subscribers-only content

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