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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 334, October 13-31, 1636, 13 October 1636-31 October 1636

    Charles 1 - volume 334 October 13-31, 1636 October 13-31, 1636 Oct. 13. Croydon. 1. Archbishop Laud to Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia. The governors of the two younger brothers of the Landgrave of Hesse (whom she recommended to the Subscribers-only content

    Buildings

    Buildings Buildings. I. 99. Letter from the Lord Mayor to the Lord Treasurer, 1 acknowledging the receipt of his letter, commending to the Court of Aldermen the cause of Naylor and Smith, who had been prevented from proceeding with

    Preface

    Preface PREFACE. The course of our Calendar has now brought us to that period in the reign of Charles I. in which the affairs of the administration were most prosperous, and the new mode of governing the people of Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 326, June 10-19, 1636, 10 June 1636-19 June 1636

    Charles 1 - volume 326 June 10-19, 1636 June 10-19, 1636 June 10. 1. Petition of Benjamin Wolnoe [Woolner ] , boatswain of the St. Andrew, to the Lords of the Admiralty. Petitioner has been charged for embezzling four Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 481, June 1641, 01 June 1641-30 June 1641

    Charles 1 - volume 481 June 1641 June 1641 June 1, Covent Garden. 1. Sir William Uvedale, Treasurer-at-Wars, to Matthew Bradley. I presume that before you can receive this letter the 16,000 l . will be come to York. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hurst

    Parishes Hurst HURST La or Le Hurst (xiv cent.); Hurste (xv cent.). The parish of Hurst , formerly described as a parochial chapelry, is of large extent, and in 1832 contained four liberties: Whistley in Charlton Hundred; Broad Hinton

    Parishes Ruscombe

    Parishes Ruscombe RUSCOMBE Rothscamp (xi cent.); Rotiscamp, Rotescamp (xii cent.); Rowescompe, Roscompe, Roscombe, Ruscoumbe (xiv, xv cent.). The parish of Ruscombe covers an area of 1,294 acres, of which 680 are arable land, 395 permanent grass and 29 woods

    Parliamentary history 1629-1660

    Parliamentary history 1629-1660 1629-1660 II The government's vengeance upon its Wiltshire parliamentary opponents after the dissolution of March 1629 can have done nothing to appease a local situation which was already explosive. Resistance to royal orders and demands gave

    Index A-Z

    Index A-Z Note. The following abbreviations are used: abp., archbishop; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Bart., Bartholomew; Ben., Benjamin; bp., bishop; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine; cath., cathedral; ch., church; chant., chantry; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; Co. Co., County Council; coll.,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COLLETON, James Edward (c.1709-90), of Haines Hill, Berks.

    COLLETON, James Edward (c.1709-90), of Haines Hill, Berks. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel 1747 1768 St Mawes 4 Dec. 1772 1774 Biography The great grandson of Sir John Colleton, 1st Bt., a royalist refugee to Barbados, Colleton stood for Lyme Regis

    COLLETON, James Edward (c.1709-90), of Haines Hill, Berks.

    COLLETON, James Edward (c.1709-90), of Haines Hill, Berks. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel 1747 1768 St Mawes 4 Dec. 1772 1774 Biography Colleton, who unsuccessfully contested Lyme Regis in 1734, was in 1747 returned as an Administration candidate for Lostwithiel. In

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEUANINGS. Mr, Heliry Gaptside. town clerk of Alshton-uuder-Lyne, died 9uddenly at Ashton yesterdlay. A strike is anticipated among the seamen ani firemen at Sunderland for an advance of 4s. Gd. per week in wages. The Germans in Paris, who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ITERRIBLE WEATHER N THE CHAN ETI DENSE FOG: FROZEN TO DEATH. There have been several changes in tbe temperature in many parts of the kingdom during the past twenty-four hours. The thaw which prevailed generally over Eng- land during Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. The Belfast papers yesterday announced the deaths of two women named Watson and McGee, aged respea tively 104 and 106 years. On Tuesd3a the American papers announced that Nlr Sanlkey, the well-known evangelist, is about to pay an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TrICE FIELDING MEMORIAL. PT-TTI 7TT4'TOPfR MP, 'PRTl T.TeRPMVR Ah:RITT TO THE EDITORS OF THE LEEDS MERCURY. GizsxTLEntN,-As the public are aware, it is proposed to 1 ratse in tue Shire Hall of Tauntun a bust of Henry Field- F Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Yorkshire Repository. Leeds. j'SNTRI1ES of HORSES (5s. each) for next I'Tesday's n r E 'Sale'should be made not later than Friday, that they may be t advertised in Sat 'r.a'a ers_ N.B.-The GREAf MICRAELMAs CARRIAGE SALE will also Subscribers-only content

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