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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Introduction Introduction

    area of 951 ha. (2,350 a.) in 1991 . 6 Most of the chapelry occupies a shallow valley between Cock Hill , near the high point of the Polden ridge on the north and Ball Hill (49 m.) on the

    Edington

    mound, known as a moot or batch, on Socombe or Cock Hill was mentioned in 1592 and 1773. 29 FAIR By 1670 the profits of a fair on Cock Hill , part of the Waldegrave manor of Edington , were

    Introduction Introduction

    Chilton Burtle which developed after inclosure of the moors from 1801 9 in the north, and roadside cottages on Cock Hill on the southern boundary. 10 The parish stretched roughly northwards from the Polden ridge for 5.4 km. and was

    Bridgwater Economic history

    on 28 and 29 December. 24 By the mid 18th century it was known as the Cock fair or Cock Hill fair, 25 and it cont inued as the Christmas fair until the later 19th century, held on 28 December

    Edmonton Communications

    east-west route later called Bramley Road , and a group of roads leading northward to Enfield and Theobalds . Cock Hill or Eversley Park Road , which ran north from Winchmore or Highmore gate, may be identifiable with Highgate Street

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fairly ask the vestry to sub- f stitute the highway for the lootpath. Ho was tdld that 1. the Cock Hill Lane was not in afiretclass coneition, and s on behalf of the Corporation hb offered to put it in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ., Sourr (at 12).-Wedsesday, April 14, Eoc Green, Pottal Poosl; Satmarulay, 17, BlaIhl Slough. lmrVrrtD (at 10.30).-Wednesday, April 14, Cock Hill, Forden Saturiday, 17. Linley. NVs awmssesait, Noecram (at 121).-Wednsrsasy, April 14, Clock, Blii(mehill (at I1); Saturday, 17. llenlsy-in-,irden. WoaEieqlssinoine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (at 12).-This day, April 14, Boz Green, Pottal Pool; Saturday, 17, Black Slough. Dan-ran (at 10.30).-Thin day, April 14, Cock Hill, Forden; 'Mtaweeasartfl tN'ear. it t2S.-, e lay. .ail 14. Clocl,. Blekenh~lll (et 11); 'Saturday, ii; Hienley-in.A11W55. WoBoit5TEInsHIrZ lag 12).-This Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LUNDON GAZETTE, Saturday, Jan. 3O. I -n -1 ADnss- obU LIST OF BANKRUPTS, it Thomas Lloyd arid Jeoin Vvioser, of Blue Ball yard, St. 3.Imes's e sireet, fin the City ofattruirslmiar. and couaty of Mliddresox, wine mo~rchatals. d. C. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    good sport, birds being both numerous and strong on the wing. Some signs of disease are reported from the Cock Hill side, but elsewhere the weather in the breeding season appears to have bean favourable to the rearing of good, Subscribers-only content

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