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You searched for: Place: "Beggars Bush"

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Upavon

    the 16th and 17th centuries. There were probably over 1,200 a. of arable 244 and Barley Hill , Standcross, Beggars Bush , 245 Slay, Loosecombe, 246 Widdington , 247 Hitch, 248 and Ham fields and Hocombe bottom 249 were all

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gros- - 't IoE 1.-A Pair ot srbhstoutletly-bullb VlLA RESIDENCES, fi ileliohtfnlly situated rn the Waloai Road,0 near the Beggars Bush, C - Sun-tenl Celtleld, M1 n- For frrtbor lIartlielairs apply to Messes, Powell rad Browett, o1ilcitors, 104, Colrrore Ros: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    In Mlik without foal 50ls alorl, handsome, qreiet, D"'andA3good worer. -Address,'176, islly Post. c3315 PI (very handsome) about 30scores.-Apply, Beggars Bush, New C tott- c2T93 D OGS for Sale, pure mastiff Puppies, I weeks old; also black Retriever.-J. Wilson, 56, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Upper B~roughton ; Tuesday 13, Rathey Bhurrowos; Saturday 14, Wymeswald, at 12. RtADNsouLMEuc AND W11sy Hu1Enzi-oPSilREa.-Thls dill, Mao-el 12, Beggars Bush ; Friday 10, Lotton Court, 10.00. Suncecvwsuaty.-Tuesday, Marcha 1i, Cressago; Thursday, 15, Holly Coppics, at 11. SHROPSHIREu (NOcRri).-Tuesday, Mae-h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    attd embarked the its -.Second Battalion Coldsetreama Guards, who wvere brovight by from Portnsmouthi to Woolwiehi by special trtits for King's- Fro town, the troops being under orders for Beggars Bush the an Barracks, Dublisi. can to I I I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rising, however, was not abaoiioed; for or the 2nd of Mtarch the leaders met at a public house -near Beggars Bush Barrack; and there met also an informer, who drank in every word that passed, which soon after he repeated Subscribers-only content

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