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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ralph, Ric., Sir Rob., Trade, Board of, Traherne (Treherne), Marg., Morgan, Transport Vehicles (Daimler), Ltd., and see Daimler Motor Co. Treen , Joan, Ric., Treherne, see Traherne Trent and Mersey canal, Trevisa, John, Trillow , Joan, Sir John , Triumph

    Paulerspury PAULERSPURY Paul erspury Village

    59 Tew renewed his registration in 1797 and what may be the same congregation (since John Treen signed both certificates) registered a house in Treen 's occupation as a place of assembly for Protestant Dissenters the following year. 60 Two

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am 1Oy Sydd. Testyn y Cyfarfod Eglwysig r Geniesis xvii. 7-10, mewne cyrfeiriad yanunilluol at~ Ic -plant yn yr eglwys. Treen y Moddion Cyhoeddns,. y nOa r gyntaf cyfarfod cenadol, pryd y traddodwyd anerohiad c effeitbiol gan y Pa'rcb. John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    betttr r oher 0 luu 1 ti t (f 9teeihet frornt the .4hrdote. ]For his o~an pdtir h Iet bad Treen led to coitsidhe tltdt $iieP iriereit, of the. Kkit, s a were otte and the rahute. It ltrHsr weue Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y . v - .T T E N . hThisg ametgte cid~tns Sa Dispatrthfrom Sir q. al t 4eed t'rankfirt, Jac. 5, every incideiit of rwhkjh #ir reider * will find Satnid in Piex vernmedt Aidktiaiics.-i li kevw"e rimnamL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    peure-a tihe same iraie I t it ion rdly of joi oris roieni nrmrtioan lo tbis counnry from lie grnipof Treen I lecuirn of 0 fir tin1p1) evenrs. It is kbe renienary i*f theaicfssiollo of ike Bruoswick faofily 10 tie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sure Pro- metheus stealing fire, and the openitnl of Pandora's box, with a mighty rush' of very ugly red and Treen devils, who flourish about with flamning brand?, rather stilnog to tile spectators, and not the least of the evils Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Register Palmer, Nos. 1-40

    mass, with the sequences, i.e. protracted melodies sung to the final syllable of the alleluia which preceded the gospel. Anchorite. Treen or wood. Stow (I, p. 274) states that the college founded in the chapel of St. Mary Magdalen by

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