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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Swindon Agriculture, trade, mills and markets

    a. In addition to the furlongs there were 3 small pieces, 3 linches, 4 a. at Brinchcomb Bottom and Common Hill , which had recently been converted into arable, and 25 a. of inclosed land called the New Inclosure. Only

    Index A - Z

    132; tax., 298, 307; Walkers mill, 132 n ; woollen ind., 128-33, 139, 155 common fields , see fields Common Hill , see Cricklade common of pasture , see pasture Compton , see Enford Compton Bassett , 327, 332, 408,

    Royal forests

    Keynes Rag, although within the bounds of 1300, were outside the royal demesne: as also were 212 acres on Common Hill , 355 adjoining Chelworth , and 84 acres 'in lanes and greens in Chelworth reputed to belong to the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yrs, l0st 91b .... Owner 2 Mr. Lloyd Acton's Brockton list . 3 TuE ABBEY AURDLEk iACE. Mr. Holme's Common Hill 4 yrs, list ..D. Townsend 1 Mr. Ainsworth's Flirt, agei, l2st ..... Pa... l... Paln 2 Mr. Bromley's Minnow, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    display of fireworks (by Bra, fLndon), at the expense of the Slayer, con~ eluding with at bonfire onl the Common Hill ; 'and. the illuminations of the town wore on an unusually extensive scale. Upwards of £750. had been suecoribed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sufferers by the concern. The crowd mar.-hod to the race common, where a wei bonfire Was lighted on the Common Hill, and ove effigies, supposed to -represent the brothers woi GnEENwWAY, Wore publicly burned, the people thle groaning derisively meanwhile. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last night, when the effigies of the three principal parhtlpqt in the late banking concern were burnt on the Common Hill, in the presence o of many thousands of spectators hailing from all parts b of the district. This event Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 4 agst Mrusca- tcon, a to 1 agst Polka. Selling Hurdle. Le Promeneur (Davis) Clara (Skelton) .. .. Common Hill (Mr. Willkins) 3 Betting-2 to 1 on Clara, 0 to 4 agst Le Pro meneur. Won byn bead; neck Subscribers-only content

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