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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hyr hero, er hod yr y ddadl boethlyd: am orian, yr wyt yr myred i gyfieithu ychydig 6'rpenillion hyry, " Craig yr Oesoedd," i'r Groeg, cyr myned i'm gwely ! Ymysg enwau ereilU ar leoedd yr Cannecticnt America, y mae Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gaerfyrddim. Ar y i8fed nyfisol, yn swyddfa r Cofrestrydd, Caemarfon, yn mhresenoldeb Mr. W. R. Whiteside, Mr. John Thomas Jones, Craig y dinas, a tiso Jane Jones, Bryn'refail-y ddaau o Lan- Ar ySain cyfisol, ynswyddfa'r Cofreatrydd, Caernarfon, yn mhressnoldeb Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    x-c- I : . Ao b*! S)S zz ll-~r;- Lladdwyd dyna or enw JohnBeunetAwrth-ddryllio Craig, .gyda nifer io ddynion eraill, yn Porthinadog yr wythnos ddiweddaf.1 Yr oedd' y 'trancedigrweditym- gymeryd Athanio yr ergyd.;.yr honra: aeth'illab- cyn iddo.ddiianc i le diogeL. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    costfawr, ac adferiad i ranaut oedd wedi myned yn adleiliedig. Mae priodas Miss Edith Williams, merch yinil wr- iad Williams, Craig y don; Mon, .g Arglwydd Guern- sey,yr hon oedd i gymeryd lle dydd Mawrth diwerod: af, so at ba Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Sain cyniflsol, yn nghapel Clwyd-fstreet, Rhyl, gan y Parch. Thomnas C~ray, Mr. -hvan Hughes, Tanygartz, a s Ellinor Williams, Craig Iwyd. Ar y y Iidn y rnsoly nghapl wyd-street Rhyl, ga y Parch. Thom"a ry, _1r. Jo Willias La4rbaidr, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    read Count. p. 70, 17 th line from bottom, for Crany read Craig. p. 162, last entry, for Expedition to Cadiz read Sir Anthony Shirley's Expedition. p. 240, first line, for W. Chaderton, Bishop of Lincoln, read Henry, Earl of

    Extracts from the Records, 1546

    croce and on the schore of Leyth. (In a convict buik end. Tr .) Craig in voluntate. In presens of the prouest baillies and counsale, Robert Craig become in the townis will for metting of certane canves bocht be him

    Extracts from the Records, 1574, Jan-Mar

    Thomas Mawchline, and Jhonn Wylie, quarriouris that with all diligence possebill the said quarriouris sall begyn and wyn at Grantoun Craig tua thousand pece stanes betuix ten jege and thrie jege, and to be wyn betuix and Witsonday nixt, for

    Extracts from the Records, 1585, Jul-Sept

    to serue in the place of the officeris that ar seik, incloset or inlaiket. Craig, minister. Appoyntis William Littill to pas and speik with maister Jhonn Craig, minister, to sie gif he will tak vpoun him to teach twyse in

    Extracts from the Records, 1549

    samin at ane certane day bypast with certificatioun as effeirit; at the quhilk day thair comperit na persone exceptand Merioun Craig the relictt of vmquhile Jhon Foulartoun, quha desyret the saidis landis in few and offerit the said ten merkes

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 16th August 1849

    in German & French to the Children. - After Albert had returned from shooting, we went out at 5, up Craig German, to the cairn, & then along a new beautiful footpath, which as well as several others, has lately

    Thursday 6th September 1849

    Games took place immediately below. We saw the Throwing of the Hammer, & the 1 mile race up that high Craig opposite. Went into the Castle to see the men dance in a small room, which prevented the people seeing

    Wednesday 18th December 1850

    by Mama, &c - The Seymours & their beautiful daughter, the Granvilles, Ld Granby , & Sir W m G. Craig (come for 2 nights) Ld Exeter sat next to me. It was a very large Party, but all went

    Thursday 14th September 1848

    Some of the games had already taken place, & we saw the throwing of the Hammer, & running straight up Craig Cluny. Each year the Gathering takes place at Invercauld is very largely attended. Both Mr & Mrs Farquharson are

    Saturday 15th September 1849

    Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 28 1st September 1849-31st December 1849 Volume Page Nos 19-[20] Featured Names Bishop of Norwich Col: Gordon Dean of Carlisle Dr Arnold Dr Hinds Ld Portman Mrs Frazer Rev: Arthur Stanley Featured Places CraigCraig Gowan

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Smethwick Parliamentary history

    F. W. S. Craig , British Parliamentary Election Results, 1918-1949 ( Glasgow , 1969), 241. Sir Oswald Mosley , My Life , 17, 190-2, 230, 237, 247-50, 283; Staffs. Advertiser , 10 Oct. 1931 , p. 7. Craig , Parl.

    Gloucester , 1835-1985 Parliamentary representation

    Jnl . 28 Dec. 1918 . F. W. S. Craig , Brit. Parl. Election Results 1918-49 , 137. Representation of the People Act, 1948, 11 & 12 Geo. VI, c. 65. Craig , Brit. Parl. Election Results 1950-73 , 149;

    Twentieth century Chester 1914-2000 Local government and politics, 1945-74

    more realistic figure to guarantee independence. Brit. Parl. Election Results , 1918-49 , ed. F. W. S. Craig , 302; 1950-73 , ed. Craig ( 1983 ), 336. e.g. Ches. Observer , 25 Mar. 1966 . V.C.H. Ches . v

    The City of Coventry Social history to 1700

    150-9; H. Craig , Corpus Christi Plays , pp. xiii, xv. H. Craig , Eng. Religious Drama , 290-1; H. Craig , Corpus Christi Plays , pp. xl-xli. H. Craig , Eng. Religious Drama , 290-1. H. Craig , Corpus

    Greenford Manors

    whose daughter conveyed it in 1737 to trustees for Philip and Sarah Craig . 43 This is the last known conveyance, and, according to Lysons, General Francis Craig was holding it in the late 18th century. 44 By 1811 it

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Report from the Committee of the Guild-Hall Subscription towards the Relief Support and Encouragement of the Soldiers employed in Supressing the Rebellion in M DCC XLV., 11 June 1747

    --- — -- 20 Widow Salifbury — -— — — — 10 Widow Newfham and three Children — 25 Widow Craig and one Child — — — 15 Widow Combes and one Child — — 15 Widow Wright and four Subscribers-only content

    3 July 1714, 3 July 1714

    Petition and Ap- of John Faulconer Efquire and Margret his Wife, James Craig Efquire, William Larmonth Doftor of Phy¬ tic, and Alexander Nairn Efquire, Creditors of Thomas Craig, late of Riccartoun, Efquire, deceafed; com¬ plaining of feveral Interlocutory Orders, or Subscribers-only content

    26 November 1724, 26 November 1724

    1 Geo. Journals of the Hotife of Lords, 357 Munro & al. nterfus iiayuc k al. Edgworth •verfus Swift. December ne"xt; aud that Service of this Order on the Refpondent's Six Clerk in the faid Court of Chancery in Subscribers-only content

    15 January 1724, 15 January 1725

    the Court " of Chancery in Ireland, wherein the Petitioner was " Plaintiff, and Robert Craig, William Denniflon, and " the Creditors of the faid Craig, {videlicet,) John " Lord Moore Baron of Tullamore, Mathew Handcock, " James Kennedy, Nicholas Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1725, 3 May 1725

    of London Merchant is Appellant, and Robert Craig Efquire and others arc Refpondents: It is Ordered, That the Hearing the faid Caufe be adjourned to Wednesday the Nineteenth Day of this Inftant May. Craig et al. Hodie 3« vice kcla Subscribers-only content


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