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  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes of the churche

    Lordes, but especially the carefull feare and captiuitie their innocent Lady and mistres? Now to procede in her iorny, frō Asheridge al sicke in þe litter shee came to Redborne, where shee was garded all night: from thence to Saint

    Q. Mary. Gods prouidence in preseruing Lady Elizabeth, in Q. Maries tyme.

    men, but especially the carefull feare and captiuitie of their innocent Lady and Maistresse.Now to proceede in her iourney from Asheridge, al sicke in the Lytter, shee came to Redborne, where shee was garded al night: From thence to Saint

    Queene Mary. Gods prouidence in preseruing Lady Elizabeth in Q. Maries time.

    men, but especially the carefull feare and captiuitie of their innocent Lady and mistres?Now to proceede in her iourney from Asheridge all sicke in þe litter, she came to Redborne, where she was garded all night: Frō thence to Saint

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Gaddesden

    as Gaddesden House. 24 The first mention of ASHRIDGE (Esherugge, Hesruge, Esseruge, xiii cent.; Assherugge, xiv cent.; Ashrich, xv cent.; Asheridge , xvii cent.) manor is found in the gr ant by the earl of Cornwall to the college of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Higlitiess Prince do Tool; arrived at the Dlucliess of Cambridge's residence inl the Amba ostle Court, ~St. *lsmeo's Palace, fromn Asheridge lPsrl, L1ori's, TilE BP -mwIlitscAT, OF TILE CZAuowr'iT WIPII SitEm PiNor'asfam ~ s.Ceas~nr JUioto 25Y-1'bs botiotbal of the(, Czarowitz Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a quarter before eleven. Cambridgeshire-Monday, the Hardwicke Arms; Friday, Ickwell Green; at half-past ten. Craven-Monuday, Wallingtons ; Wednesday, Elenswnolod Friday, Asheridge; Saturday, \W elford Woods; at half-past ten. Drake's, M r.-Monday, Ham Green; Tuesday, Thenford House;. Fri- day, Thamne Towis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leopold left his residence at Claremont yesterday morning, on a visit to Ihe Countess of Bridgewater, at her seat al Asheridge, near Heme! Hempstead, Herts. We regret lo state, that Viscount Strangford continues to be seriously indisposed, at his residence Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Green Inn ; Saturday, at West Heath -at half-past ten. The Craven hounds on Wednesday at P-roomsl.ide ; Friday, St Asheridge ; Saturday, at Hunt's i.reen - at hnlf-ptut ten. Colonel H. Wyndham's hounds on Wednesday at Stophan Bridge; Friday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday, at Mareham Village ; Friday, at Somersby - at elevea. The Craven hounds, Wednesday, at Henswood ; Friday, at Asheridge ; Saturday, at Wallington - at half-past ten. Mr. A. Smith's hounds, to-morrow, at New Mill ; Wed nesday, Subscribers-only content

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