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You searched for: Place: "Flat Holm"

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  • * British History Online *

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    Selections from Archivists' Reports

    Flat Holm was included from the first. According to the Perambulation of 1373, Bristol at that time claimed no portion of the island as being within her jurisdiction. The Marquess of Bute holds the soil of the Flat Holm by

    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1883-5

    been conveyed to them in error by the Marquis of Bute. A cholera hospital to be opened on the Flat Holm; the tenant of the farm there to be compensated for loss. 1884 August 11. Burgesses borrowing books from the

    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1885-7

    set up at the Town Hall or in some other convenient situation. Sir William Lewis agrees to let the Flat Holm to the Corporation at 50 per annum. Special Committee resolved That the Town Clerk be desired to communicate with

    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1881-3

    Eisteddfod week. In the event of any case of cholera being imported, the same shall be treated at the Flat Holm or Sully Island. Roath Park Committee recommend the purchase of Roath Castle and grounds (50 acres) for the purposes

    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1887-9

    inn, in Queen Street, was granted. Resolved, That the Borough Engineer be desired to have the grass on the Flat Holm cut and harvested. 1888 July 9. Public meeting has protested against the exclusion of the Press from Committee meetings.

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Details: male Location: Beeford (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Lissett (Lisset) : manor Beeford (Beeforth) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Westminster (Westmonasterium) : undefined Location: Flat Holm (Flatholme, Flatt Holme) : fieldname Location: North Field (Northfeild) : fieldname Location: South Field (Southfeild) : fieldname

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I find him a Collector of Customs in the Bristol channel hiving a grant from the Crown of the Flat Holm Light House-a holding which a friend of mine tells me lhe would give 8,0001, a year for. The HIGnt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mnedical authority at Cardiff. IHe found two of the crew ill, aid at onco ordered them ashore ol tics Flat Holm, the quarantine station for the part. The steamer hlis been disinfected and detained. The memi are sufl'ering, at presen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sanitary mejical atithority at' Cardiff. 110 found two of the ciew' ill, and at once oreried;'Utzem tahara, on tbe Flat Holm, the quarantines statioxi forte ort. The steamer haa been disunfeeted ant -doaite3. ahe men are suffering at present from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    only a sandbank tied on to a rock; a kind of inferior Capri; or, to speak less appetisingly, a Flat Holm and Steep Holm combined in one island. A few sea-bathers, a few fishermen, a great many birds -which knock Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being Worked in England The system devised by Mr. Preece, of the Post-office Telegraphs, working between Fort Lavernoek and Flat Holm, had been in daily use for some years, and during the past year a most interesting system by Dr. Subscribers-only content

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