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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Walsall Wood Religious life

    chapel was built at High Heath on the corner of Mob Lane (now Coronation Road) and Broad Lane (now Broad Way ) in 1893 . 53 It is of red brick with blue-brick dressings. A Primitive Methodist chapel was built

    Parishes Uffington

    built in 1879 , and there is also a Baptist chapel. From the southern end of the village the Broad Way leads up to the Portway or Icknield Street, and then climbs White Horse Hill . 'There it stands,' wrote

    Parishes Rousham Rousham , 1721

    Limekill Litts. 77 In 1721 there were six divisions of the field, similar in size to furlongs, called leets: Broad Way leets, Short leets, Horsepool leets, Limekill leets, Blackacre leets, and lee ts or the hanging of the hill. Strips

    Parishes Charlton

    century could be seen as tracks in 1972 . One ran west to Wilsford and another, probably that called Broad Way in the 18th century, led east to Rushall . The site, much overgrown, of the drove excavated through the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    | LONDOON GAZETTE, SATURDA Y JUNE2 I~~ ~ ~~~~~~~~. .... ...... I-. -. DANKRUPFS. o'ohn Tapper, latessf East Donnylnd, Essex, maltster, to so; Jdly 8, 9, atid Aug. a, at 1o, at the Angel ion, is Colchdstc -At. i'. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -A-- as----- ! THlE FALLS PABEK-LO CAL GONXERNMENT BOAMw INQ ULrY. YlS;TEI'OAT, at twvelve o'clock, an inquiry was I opened in the Council Chamber, Municipal Build- 3 ings, by Mr. H. T. Hamilton, Local Government Board inspector, for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Salvation," " Modern Chhanges in Religious Thought," "1 Sin, Suffering, aend Sympathy, " The Strait Gate and the Broad Way," "The Lesson of the Fall," and "The Reticence of Christ." These discourses are fresh and vigorous, but ordinary people, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Northarnpton; Swans, Har- borough; Crown, Mountforrel; of Mr. BOWLEY, No. 25, Bow-fircet, Covent. Garderi; andd of Mr. LANG DON, Broad Way, Ludgate Hill, Londoh.. TWENTY-FIFF 'THOUSAND lOUINDS For the Firft-drawn Ticket. 1 HE STATE LOTTERY begins Drawing No- 1 vember Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the most destructive fire that has ever been known there. It occurred in the immense house in Pop. ham's Broad Way, occupied by the firm of Messrs. Oakes,; Portride, and Co., whose extensive ware- rooms, with everything they contained, have Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 08/06/1719

    (not yet discover'd) which a little before last Christmas, he committed in Mr Webb a Weaver's House over-against the Broad way in Spittlefields , which he broke open about 2 or 3 in the Morning, and stole from thence 5

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