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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hinton Waldrist

    Cleave Loder-Symonds . Charties The church land consists of 3 a. 1 r. 17 p. in the meadows called Broad Mead , awarded on the inclosure in 1760 in lieu of land formerly called the Church Hams , in respect

    Navestock Introduction

    Navestock Hall was said to be responsible. 37 In 1586 floods destroyed this bridge (then said to be in Broad Mead ) and the same John Greene and the parishioners of Stanford Rivers were ordered to repair it. 38 In

    Tidenham including Lancaut Economic history

    main common meadows were Tidenham Mead by the Severn south-east of Wibdon , and Sedbury Mead , otherwise called Broad Mead , lying by the Wye west of Buttington . 60 In 1584 the tenants of Tidenham manor had rights

    Fisherton Anger

    Mead ( 1657 ), 213 and Broad Mead ( 1619 , 214 1638 215 ). The first of these lay beside the Avon , Plashets to the north of it, and Broad Mead in the west of the parish beside

    Parishes Windrush

    South, East, and West fields, and there was common pasture and meadow on Windrush Downs , Long Mead , Broad Mead , and Stone Mead . 96 There was possibly some priva te inclosure during the 17th and 18th centuries;

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BULL, Frederick (c.1714-84), of Leadenhall St., London

    Baptist, for he left a legacy of £1,000 to the British Education Society connected with the Baptist meeting house, Broad Mead, Bristol-and his politics were dominated by radicalism and anti-Popery. During most of his public career he was intimately connected

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cenadwri o Sir Forganwg-mewn perthynas i gapel S Broad Mead, Bristol. I Yn y cyfarfod priodol i hyny pasiwyd y penderfyn- L iad a ganlyn :- J Penderfynwyd gwerthn capel Broad Mead, Bristol, F a bod capel newydd yn cael Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hebreaid. Gn T. C. Edwards, 2s 169 Life of Charles Darwin. By G. Bethany, ls 160 Lectures delivered at Broad Mead. By John Foster, Is. 6d 161 Chwildroad Ffrengig. Gan W. Powell, 6d 162 Actau yr Apostolion. Gan J. M. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arimol. y rhai sycid fel y danlyn:-- fedtv 3 a daluyd 4an Mr. T. Lloyd tuag at dewsvdihid capel Broad Mead, Bryste, i'w talu liao ;'r hionuta Gynorthwyol.-Trysorydd, Mr. p. R. Williaes, Llanelli. (b) Ein bod yn cym- cadivRo fed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this week without liking the wholesome English ring of the frank cordiality to which an audience that crammed the Broad Mead Rooms responded with true heartiness. Such interchange of goodwill between member and constituency has lasted now for the lifetime Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and upwards of 30-__ _3lC_t£_J"S of Arable and Pasture Land of superior qua' l '?; including 11 Acres in Broad Mead, with the excto-" right to the After Feed on the remainder ot » meadow, comprising 22a. Or. 24p„ ; Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Bond of brotherhood., 1849

    Wednesday, Jan. 10 . - On this evenins:, there was a grand, multitudinous, and impres¬ sive meeting in the Broad Mead Rooms, Bristol , Robert Charleton , Esq in the chair. The vast area was crowded to its utmost capacity, Subscribers-only content

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