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  • * British History Online * *

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    British History Online

    the said Sedgmore which ought to run through Grandonbridge into the River Parrett running by a certaine Place called Down End and alsoe by reason the present Roynes and Water Courses are not sufficient to draine the same much Land

    Index, D

    See Down End. Dower . See Law and administration . Dowesby. See Dowsby. Dowman , William, 39 5. Down , Kent, 261. Down Ampney , Downeamney, Glos., 452. Down , East, Devon, Bugworth in. See Bykeworth. Down End , Dowenesed Subscribers-only content

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    ] , Essex, 199, 793. Purfote , Thomas (yeoman), 56, 115. Puriton , Peryton, Som., 536, 552, 743. -, Down End, Dowenend, Dowenesed, in, 536, 552, 743. Purleigh , Purle, Purley, Essex, 364. -, manor, 732, 759. -, Hyde manor Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Annie, eldest dasighter oif Rallph Brown, 1E3q., e0 Wednolneehry. DIED. BTAX..- On the 13t1h inst.. at Lorne Villa. Down End, near BristoL aged 69, James Dore Blake, M.D.. late of Taunton. lixur secu.-On the 16th inst., at Birmingham, aged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hie wee president of tiss Conference in 1801. AxorIscEa. FATAL GUNs AOCIDEN'iX-All inquest Was held by Dr. Grace, at Down End, near Bristel, yesterday, on the body of at widow, nanied Edwards, wYho, withs several children, li-scs in the village Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    showr such -good feorm 'when ridden'as Mr: e Canniu's` 'magnificen tmart. 'The third-prize goes to s( MW. P. Jones (Down End), with A-four%'er-old chest, p nusgelding "~Miltong" 'which snores' i wdLt Thirty-five h mares or geldingis up to 12 stone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c0054 "'OOK;I~plalo. or as good General, tgood ehbarater. wages £16., Li Wishes an Engagement; near itirminohans prsferred,-Ap-pIY. A. Hitchinran, Down End. Hock Norton, u nar Banbury. clS20 ?06obcRUSRlEE PZR thoroughly experienced, lady or gentle- au~,owhere under senvant is kept; high Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Introducing pupils. Torms, finos thirty guineas This advertisement will r-smain open, and lettors addressed G, A., .n Post-office, Down End, near.Bristol, will always meet. witlh attention. he~ C 9848 ofW~AKEFIELD amid AUSTERLANDSTUN PIKE ROAD.-The NEXT MEETING of the TRUSTEES Subscribers-only content

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