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  • * Victoria County History *

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    manor-house even older than the abbey. 11 It apparently still existed in 1747 , when it was called the Abbey House . Near the west end of the abbey church was a house occupied in 1538 by Lady de Vere

    The borough of Tewkesbury Social life and buildings Tewkesbury , showing domestic buildings

    and various offices. The Newark , which may have been the new abbot's lodging, was probably what survives as Abbey House . 114 The house is a stone building, on a rectangular plan, which has been considerably altered at several

    The borough of Tewkesbury Schools

    private boarding school which it then bought from Joseph E. Priestley , who had held his school in the Abbey House since 1870 or earlier 14 and remained as head master of the grammar school until 1917. 15 Science and

    Glastonbury Abbey

    was designed by John Buckler for J. F. Reeves in 1825 . Known as The Abbey and later as Abbey House , it has an E -plan main range of five bays and two storeys with attics above cellars with


    Malmesbury and generally throughout the hundred the few medieval domestic buildings which survive are largely hidden by later alterations: Abbey House in Malmesbury is over a 13th century undercroft, a farmhouse at Sutton Benger contains the remains of a 13th

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the plaintiff, and Mr. Jelf, QOC., and Air. 6pearmau for thn defendant.-Mr. Underhill said the plaintiff lived a' Abbey House, wzhere he took photographs, and also haa a shop on Pride H~ill, Shrewsbury. M~r. Dealin was a confectionler, alSO Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unfurished), situated near the West Parade; containing three entertaining s roams, and six bed rooms, kitchen, &a--Apply, Messrs. Robert?, Abbey House. Rhuddlan, Rhyl. e7576 M.ALT Heath.-2, Oak Villas, Hobmoor Road: dining, drawing. lfive bed rooms. r18.--Cxrter and Carter, Waterloo St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iusfurnished), situated near the West Parade ; containing three entertaining rooms, and six bed rooms. kitchen, 4o--Apply, XMwm Robeta Abbey House. Ehuddlan, Rhyl. - " 0576o SHALL Heath. -2, Oak Villas, Hobmeor Road; dining, draaing, :five bed rooms. £1&i-Crter and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    almost immedlately went away, leaving Price behind. Price afterwards left, hut when he arrived nearthe Chapel, close to the Abbey House, le was attacked by the prisoner, wfho, after knocking him down,, 'violently sxisaulted him.' Price igae much haurt about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be used for the purposo of fight- ng cocks ; Win. Gillivet, Polesworth, Warwickslutrc licensed victualler; John Brough, Abbey House, Cumber- land, fanter; Win. Kent, 1, Dennett's Road, Peckham, greengrocer, for acting in the management and uslimg the liltcei Subscribers-only content

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