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Coningsby, Thomas Coningsby, Earl of, 1656?-1729
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The case of the Right Honourable Thomas Earl Coningesby in relation to the five hundreds of Kingston, Bodenham, Burghill, Stretford and Cowarn in the county of Hereford.
Coningsby, Thomas Coningsby, Earl of, 1656?-1729
[London?, 1722?]
1722?
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Earl Coningsby, Lord Farmer under His Majesty of the manor of Marden in the county of Hereford, his case, relating to a breach of privilege committed within the said manor, on the 28th day of November 1720, by Edward Witherston, Esq; and Thomas Lingen, clerk, two justices of the peace for the said county, Thomas Rodd, attorney at law, John Rodd, clerk; and others
Coningsby, Thomas Coningsby, Earl of, 1656?-1729
[London? : s.n., 1721?]
1721?
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The first part of Earl Coningsby's case, relating to the vicaridge of Lempster in Herefordshire wherein is contain'd a full account of all the tricks which the lawyers, ... have made use of to deprive the said Earl of his undoubted right to present to the said church ...
Coningsby, Thomas Coningsby, Earl of, 1656?-1729
London : printed in the year, 1721
1721
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Marden. Marden is of very great antiquity, having had antiently within its precincts a camp raised by the Romans, and a palace by the Kings of Mercia.
Coningsby, Thomas Coningsby, Earl of, 1656?-1729
[London, 1722-27]
1722-
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