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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    n hollol wahanol oddcwrth y ddan,.T as dydwhhwlever-gda, flaw.y yr yatafell ddirgel y. as yddch n eindithasu, flawer a'r Aiglwydd Tean, j. nis-chi aewci. l~a a'h yatafell'yn ,baro'd i wneuthur unrhyw abertE ern bwyn-achi2 byd lledig. -d Er fad i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDUOATION. .T3E - ACADEXY, TOWYN. T NORTH WALES. - PRVnaIPAL:-MR. EDWIN JONES, N.R.C.?., Msdstdd by qnalidd Classical, Mathematical, and A& 30ience, aid oF6reigi RESIDENT MASTERS. 7"HIS School aiifords the most thorough train- T ing in BEglioh, Mathematics, Classics, French, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ystyr na wnaeth neb arall end efe. Mae AbrahamlIsaac, a Jacob, yn fyw mewn rhyw ystyr, fel y dywedodd yr Tean ei hun, "Nid ydyw Duw Dduw y rhai meirw end y. rhai byw." Ond nid ydynt hwy fyw yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e cenedi Gnistianogol y gwelent eu ffordd Y glir,,i cidaciwneyd y pendenfyniad hwn o'r Enyht4d g-ater y seiat oeddi 1 Tean ii. 12, 13. t5-d bregethu y Parelm. John Kostyn I e Jones, J. T. Job, W. Jones, Porthdinorwig, y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE, -BALA. RE UJIRED. 'TWO lhJ'CTUltE'ilS, ore in Dtwtnatic illl (t ti other in 1Hellenistic Grel- nd Ncd 'lew Tean l xI e gesis, for the Session 191UtJ-190i. Salaty nIi I( Per session. Applicants must specify the iilhjdct wi Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    IPSTONES, Sir John (d.1394), of , Blymhill, Staffs.

    Creswell in Staffordshire. From his mother, Elizabeth Beck, he inherited a somewhat questionable title to the manors of Hopton and Tean, and it was perhaps through her, rather than his father, that he came into land in Corvedale, Shropshire. Although

    OKEOVER, Sir Philip (d.c.1400), of Okeover, Staffs. and Snelston, Derbys.

    Even worse was his involvement at this time in Sir John Ipstones’s* attempt to secure the manors of Hopton and Tean by disinheriting Maud, the widow of Humphrey Peshale. Together with a gang of armed men, the former comrades-in-arms abducted

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 February 1762, 10 February 1762

    in the County " of Chefter, and from Hilderftone to Draycott in the " Moors, and from Wetley Rocks to Tean, in the faid " County of Stafford;" to which they defire the Con¬ currence of this Houfe. The faid Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1762, 17 February 1762

    " the County of Chefier, and from Hilderßone to Dray- *' cott in the Moors, and from Wetley Rocks to Tean in " the faid County of Stafford" was committed: " That *• they had considered the faid Bill, and Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1762, 17 February 1762

    Aft for punifliing Mutiny and " Draycott in the Moors, and from Wit ley Rocks to Tean " Defertiao, aod for the better Payment of the Army • in the faid County of Stafford." Adjourn, " and their Quarters." After Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1762, 24 March 1762

    of Cheßer; and from *¦* Hilderßone to Dray cot t in the Moors, and from Wet ley " Rocks to Tean in the faid County of Stafford" " 8. An Aft for amending and widening the Road " from the Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1783, 11 April 1783

    County of Chefter ; " and from Hilderfione to Draycott in the Moors ; and " from Wetley Rooks to Tean, in the faid County of " Stafford ;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. C( c< Subscribers-only content

 

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