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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Lower Slaughter

    name Buckle Street and the disappearance of most of Condicote Lane , suggests that by early in the Anglo-Saxon period the part of Ryknild Street south of Broadway had been replaced, as a through route, by Buckle Street . The

    Parishes Eyford

    the Ey brook by a ford until 1760 14 or later; the other public road through the parish is Buckle Street , 15 which crosses the western boundary at Salter's Pool, a name indicating, perhaps, the antiquity of this route.

    Parishes Welford-on-Avon

    shape his course in a zig-zag direction, as the ground will permit.' 2 An older road, known locally as Buckle Street , 3 but actually part of the Roman road from Alcester to Chipping Campden , the so-called Icknield or

    Parishes Upper Slaughter

    woodland. The parish was crossed by three ancient roads, the Stow-on-the-Wold to Gloucester road (turnpiked in 1755 ), 6 Buckle Street , 7 near which are remains of two round barrows, 8 and Ryknild Street (locally called Condicote Lane ),

    Parishes Blockley

    west of Blockley , near the Five Mile Drive , the main road to Broadway , which crosses the Buckle Street about a mile and a half north-west of the parish boundary. It is a 16th-century three-storied house of stone

  • * British History Online *

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    Guide to the source

    alley 57/12 William Gray and Mr Brockitt for 180 foot 9d per foot 57/13 Two empty not finished in Buckle Street behind Mr Wolf 57/14 William Sellers for a parcell of ould houses in ye alley for Mr Holmes 57/15

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    permanency; used to e A plten and Wharfedale cylinder machines, antI gas engine~. Good d'Ispa hand. Referenees.-F. Mserrell, 11, Buckle Street, VEPOIITERCOMFOSITOR.-Young Mn(20),ReursSt- At tlon; six years' experience; footbal erket, .Wilms 35, Cottereil Street, Here!ferd. SO - o PORTER, verbatim Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wants permanency; need to AL platen and Wharfcdals cylinder onochines, and geas enginc. Good display hand. Refercoteo-Ff. Merrill, 11, Buckle Street, U Iteigh-ley, Yorko. c4 T tOESION~t-O LRgo) eio at ek pem-tj . 1 cent7 Appoilntmaten t; excelitt tesesaoiLs.-Fusrterprtcls from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS AND AGENT~S. WI'rt beg to a-nnounce that we ]havc made every pos- sible arran- emenit for the carriage knd delivery of our ttli stamnwed paper sin the principal towns thi-ough - out Ulster, in order to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Boad, drapers- Mochin tnd Archer, Farir-te. Sheffield, silver platers- Bristed and Deacon, Vic- tualling Oflice .Square, Tower Hill, and Buckle Street, White- chapel, 000 l merchants and carmen- Page ond Clopham. New Street, Dovet Square, coal and potato dealers and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    23, Luster Street, and 14, Buckle street, oceupied by >ir. Robert Slap. Lot 5. A D WELLING-HOUSE, adjoining and similar to the last lot. being No. 25, LHster Street, and No. 16, Buckle Street, occupied by Mr. David tmmott. The Subscribers-only content

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