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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 1 Alderney 4251281911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 1 — Alderney ALDERNEY (Fr. Aurigny), one of the Channel Islands
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  • MESURIER, JOHN (1781–1843), major-general, last hereditary governor of Alderney, born in 1781, was eldest son of Governor Peter Le Mesurier, who died in
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  • of the Channel Islands. Maps of Guernsey and Sercq. Maps of Jersey and Alderney. View of the Creux in the Isle of Sercq. View of the Coupée in the Isle
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  • rated a midshipman of the Alderney, but for the next eighteen months he alternated, as before, between service on board the Alderney and residence at Emmanuel
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  • 1800, is son of the late Nicholas Robilliard, Esq., Jurat of the Court of Alderney; and is a relative of Commander Nicholas Robilliard, R.N. This officer
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  • of, in the Amygdaloid of Caer Caradoc 211 Alderley Edge, Account of 40 Alderney, Isle of, Dr. Mac Culloch's Account of 3 Alluvial Depositions of Ores,
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  • regiment, by his wife Harriett, daughter of Pierre Gauvain, judge, of Alderney, was born in Cork Barracks on 18 Dec. 1816, and within three years went
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  • Alcuin Alcyone Aldabra Aldborough Aldeburgh Aldegrever, Heinrich Aldehydes Alden, John Alder Alder-fly Alderman Alderney Aldershot Aldhelm Aldine Press
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  • the ‘Channel Islands,’ 1862. Naftel married, first, Miss Robilliard of Alderney; and, secondly, Isabel, youngest daughter of Octavius Oakley [q. v.], water-colour
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  • Jan., 1881 (eldest son of late John Charles Conybeare, of Tonbridge, Kent, bar.-at-law); born , . 50, Alderney Street, S.W.; 40, Chancery Lane, W.C.
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  • and 1862. He was a considerable breeder of Devon cattle and of improved Alderney cows. He died at Bryanston on 19 Nov. 1888. He married, on 16 June 1827
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  • shores of Alderney and the little island Burhou, and like the other passage, is subject to a short and turbulent sea. The Island of Alderney shelves to
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  • taken to keep them isolated from each other. The term Alderney is obsolete, the cattle of Alderney being mainly a type of the Guernsey breed. Among breeds
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  • Yorkshire. He was in a commission of assize for Guernsey, Jersey, Sark, and Alderney in 1331, and the same year was made chief justice of the common pleas in
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  • swift current of water running through a narrow channel, e.g. the Race of Alderney, and for the water conducted in an artificial channel to a point where
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  • Cherbourg, where they were burnt by Delavall; and many through the Race of Alderney, where none of the English pilots would venture to take the pursuing ships
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  • 100 manors, the city of Worcester and the Islands of Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney and Sark. At his house in London six oxen were usually eaten at a breakfast
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  • Ladysmith, 1902; Secundrabad Infantry Brigade, 1904; General Officer commanding Troops in Gournsey and Alderney, 1911; Address: Government House, Gournsey .
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  • and, 17 April, 1812, to the command of a Signal station on the island of Alderney. He went on half-pay 4 June, 1814, and, unable from the state of his health
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  • such schooling as the island afforded in those days, he was placed at Alderney under the tuition of M. Vallat, a Swiss pastor, afterwards rector of St
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