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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, F, 01 April 1581-31 December 1583

    be intended against England, 320; an Englishman suspected of practice come out of, to Scotland Roger Almont agreed to pass with Brereton to Roger Almont living in, 321; the French ambassador looks for letters out of, 323; Nau requests passport Subscribers-only content

    Index, R, 01 April 1581-31 December 1583

    for the overthrow of her son, 366; favouring, abroad a cause of Mary's troubles, 388. Recorder of London : Roger Almont brought before, 321. Reddenburne : 586. Rede , Captain: a hawk to be put in the mew of, 376. Subscribers-only content

    Index, A, 01 January 1584-30 June 1585

    to, 19; returns to Bowes (April 1584), 60. "Allisson" : See Dolman, Alban. Alloway : Laird of Clackmannan spoils, 185. Almont , : letters brought to Mary by, 488. Alva , Duke of: support for Mary craved of, 424; 490; Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 April 1639-30 September 1639

    and supremacy , oaths of Allen , Thomas, petition of Allfarthing [Surrey ] manor, accounts and papers touching Almond or Almont , Lord, see Livingston, James, Lord Livingston of Almond. Alms-room , grant of Almsford , Somerset Alnwick , Northumberland Subscribers-only content

    Index, U - Z, 01 April 1581-31 December 1583

    seas by, 493; (Vachen), 691. Vavasor , a person called: taken by Bowes and Davison his right name is Roger Almont, 321. Venner , Mr: Scottish ships robbed by a ship of, 428. Ventry : 126. Vergier (Vergu), Monsieur du: Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kidlington Education

    were taught free from Almont 's charity and 4 children from Plasterer's. 79 Both charities were still being paid in 1825 , but Plasterer's had been lost by 1867 . 80 In 1969 the income from Almont 's charity was

    Kidlington Economic history

    wife of James Almont and daughter of Roger Taylor , an Oxford grazier who had built up a large estate, including former monastic land, in Oxford , Kidlington , and Maidenhead ( Berks .). 9 Roger Almont (d. 1640) of


    Ric. (fl. 1544) Ric. s. of above Thos . Allnutt : Hen. (fl. 1661) Hen. (fl. 1724) fam. Almond ( Almont ) : Anne, see Standard Edw. Jas. (fl. early 17th cent.) Jas. (d. 1725) Rog. (d. 1640) Rog. (d.


    had spread to different towns it is evident that it was still carried on in Oxford itself, as one Thomas Almont , a bailiff of the city for 1620, was a fuller by trade. 253 But Banbury , besides being

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    morning at South aumpton, on her way to Hlavre. Tue treaty with Mexico had been ratified at W1aslsingtcn, and General Almont received a cheque for seven million of dollars. Cholera prevailed in the south at Charleston. From Stockholm, of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VIII. C O M Ma O N T H[ I NGS EXPLAINED. By Diosyserus LARDnnac, D.C.L. cn taiing :- Air-Earth-Fire-Water-Time-The Almont -Clocks and Waethes-Spectales-Colour-Ealeidostopc_ Pumps. (From the 'Museum of Science and Artl'[ toio. 114 Illustrations, 2s. 6d. cloth. IX. POPULAR Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    General Almonte, who has not maintained the reserve which his exceptional situation prescribed Independently of disavowing the injurious proceedings of Almont, General Forey is autborised entirely to withdraw our intervention in his favour. No engagement has been made with Almonte. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Is. 4d. 3 0Fig o l . e co. 0 r Frear, per doe. . is. Oi 0 0 ' Almont s, per pt.. Os. Od. 0 4 Lemons, per do. . ts. Cd. 1 0 iFilertspe)r i... Os.ctld. 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTFLLIGENEB. THE NEWMAEKET SECOND OCTOBER H E ET T N G. YESTERDAY, The BCAU5FORT STAKES of 150 sOaS each, lift, for throo-year- olds; colts Sit lbib, fillies 8st Olb; certain allowances, R.M. 4 subs. Mr. Alexander's Water Kelpie, Subscribers-only content

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