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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, T

    (1), 777 (7), 815 (9), 816 (2), 864 (2). Tutbury , Thomas, 674. Tweedmouth , 548 (2), 612 (1), 683 (3), 686 (1). Twizel , 742. Tynedale , 742. Tynemouth , 193, 407, 408, 541, 582, 605, 665 (1), 723.

    Index, B

    , Peter, of Dartford, 674. Bradley , servant to Roger Witherington, 735 (3). Bralley (Hereford), 674. Brancaston , Christopher, of Twizel, 742. Brand , , 627 (4). Brandenburg , 536 (3). -, Albert, Marquis of, letter from, 633. -, Joachim,

    Elizabeth, November 1560, 21-30, 23 November 1560-30 November 1560

    Add. Endd. by Cecil's secretary. Pp . 2. Nov. 29. 742 . Lord Grey to Cecil. Christopher Brancston, born at Twizel, (who has been divers times apprehended for theft on the Borders, and who broke out of Norham Castle and

    Index, S - Z

    knt. (a justice of the pleas), 361 Twisee [Twizel ] , co. Durham, 134 Twisle [Twizel ] , co. Durham, 45 Twison , co. Denbigh, 146 Twist , Gold, 30, 44 [Twizel ] Twisee or Twisle , co. Durham, 45,

    Index, T, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    Wm., 1803 (2 m. 5). Twineham (Twynam, Twyneam), Suss., 438 (1 m. 23), 438 (3 m. 27). Twizel (Twyssell) Bridge, Nthld., 2246. Twizel Haugh (Twesilhauch), Nthld., James IV. at, 2192. Twrdeselyas . See Tordesillas. Twyckebeare . See Twigbear. Twyford ,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Greatham

    of Durham ( 1081-9 ). 42 It is next mentioned about 1183, when Walter de Buggethorpe held the vill of Twizel in exchange for one moiety of the vill of Claxton . 43 Evidently the bishop granted it out in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    commercc all Trabt+ I WOOL.-The imports into London during the past week were 2,457 bales, of which 1,420 were from Sydney, 700 from South America, 136 from Germany, 45 from the Cape of Good Hope, 43 from Mogadore, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6ommerce aiO hra>. THE FUNDS. IfONDAY.-The first quotation of Consols for money was 861 to 7, at which they remlained, with slight fluctuations, until the latter part of ihe day, when they rose ts 66i to ', at which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    girth, was caught on Wedneseay a' Messrs. Swan & Co s Great IHaugh fishery on the Tweed, about half-a-mile above Twizel. At Wcolwich, on Wednesday, William Beard, a boy of thirteen, was sent to prison for one day and ordered Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f by Watarford-Bifean Boidheach ... .... .......................Owner aS 6 Mr A Johnson's Ingeborg _....~.Osborne 8 6 Mr P' W Lsambton'a Twizel .........W Leader aS 6a Mr Russell Mourn's High Feather .I ...HSteel: 8 6 Mr F Pritchard's f by Enthusiast-Loo-Priysae Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alice uale (aged twenty-three), daughter of Thomas Rule, slater, Norham; Joseph Lee, mireer, Nether- ton, Morpeth; and Jlteert Bewick, huasbandman, Twizel. The prize essays have been printed, and are remarkable elmaeations of the class from wicich they come. Tbat tie Subscribers-only content

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