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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    numbered, ftautding upoi the 'Farms of Mr. John Illttgne, Mr. U'm. Cooper, aiid Mr. R. Boberts, at Barkby, and Barkby Thorpe, in the haid county. Mr Cowper will Ihew the wood. ALSO Twelve or Fourteen Acres of Capital OAK Ati Subscribers-only content

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    boy died. The Coroner will inquire into the cause of death. A prize fight took place on Monday at Barkby Thorpe, near Leicester. A man named John Houghton had challenged a well-known fighter named Robinson for a sum of money, Subscribers-only content

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    other to combat, aud the eveut was made known to about 2')o persons, who on Tuesday morning proceeded to Barkby Thorpe. Here j the coiuba ants set to vigorously, and Robinson gave lin after beiog severely punished. The pcliee then Subscribers-only content

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    5 0 37 Upper Barn Close 6 0 4 26 2 26 For further particulars, spply to Mr. Beesdn, Barkby Thorpe, or to Mr. ADCOCK, Solicitor, Leicester. Barrow-npon-Soar Union. To Ironmongers, Carpenters, and Others. THE Guardian* are desirous of receiving Subscribers-only content

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    37 Upper Barn Cloee 5 0 4 _. ________ S< 2 26 For farther particulars, apply to Mr. Bbbbom, Barkby Thorpe, or to Mr. ADCOCK, Solicitor, Leicester. Barrow-npon-Soar Union. MEDICAL OFFICERS. THE Board of Guardians of this Union are desirous Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 281, Undated 1634, 01 May 1634-31 December 1634

    2. Inhabitants of Barkby and Barkby Thorpe, co. Leicester, at request of George Pochin, to Archbishop Laud. Certify that Matthew Pochin and his son George had, at the time of the inclosure of Barkby Thorpe, only two houses of husbandry Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 May 1634-31 March 1635

    Barefoot , John Bargar see Bargrave. Bargrave , Dr. Isaac, Dean of Canterbury letters of letter to Barkby and Barkby Thorpe , co. Leicester, inhabitants, certificate of Barker , Edmund, messenger petition of Edward, messenger John, Alderman of Bristol, letter Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 January 1676-31 December 1679

    sheriff of Bucks, 550. Barden (co. Yorks), 197. Barillon , Monsieur de, ambassador extraordinary from France, 728, 739, 1119. Barkby Thorpe (co. Leicester), 375. Barker , Christopher, falconer, 257, 354, 402, 525, 693, 716, 1079, 1116, 1429. -, Peter, waiter,

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