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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Northaw

    Cuffley Brook forms part of the eastern boundary. The parish is well wooded, especially in the north, where is Great Wood , covering many acres. The south of the parish was once open common, which formed part of Enfield Chase

    Hospitals St Nicholas , Nantwich

    Gothic Architecture , ii ( 1823 ), 27-8. Cal. Pat . 1547-8 , 348. The salt houses were in Great Wood St. and Pepper St .: Hall, Nantwich , 52. Hall, Nantwich , 52, 365. Ibid. 52-3. B.L. Harl .

    Parishes Farleigh Wallop

    acres of woodland. The latter is almost wholly in the south of the parish, where in the south-east the Great Wood stretches south of Farleigh Park ; and in the south-west Inwood Copse sweeps away to the west of the

    Parishes Shottesbrook

    emerged into open country by the destruction of the forest, charcoal burning being the staple industry of the inhabitants. Great Wood still remains on the east of the parish. but to-day the wood land only forms a picturesque setting to

    Parishes Abbotts Ann

    land, 2111/4 acres of permanent grass and 288 acres of woods and plantations. 2 The principal woodland is the Great Wood in the west of the parish and Eastover Copse , Cossical Copse and Stonehanger Copse , which form a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : " Since the suppression of the Mohammedan revolt and the driving of the Moslems from Toro into Stanley's Great Wood, the country has been perfectly tranquil. After being driven out of the country a large number ofI Mohaamedans surrendered Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JOHN MALLORTF, ji~jen ond Wiooden Draper, ansd Silk Me~rer, ~sP~rniisioll to exspress his sizicere iiatkik to' ~ ~ F~P for IC POIvourks enfeerred Upfin him while ii atnei~P~c isBrother, and wiiltes td ieform tticr, ~ .rtsq~t~~'ofthe Dissolutiun of tltut Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FICTORY OF IALI VERA.- -:'Leeds, A~upst 2I, ISO019 1S VFIRAL, very Rteipecet'Wie-1hal~itants of thitR JYlio uLgh having texprvssed their earniest I11in sea o tlie ther,P thtu osQU FN e rc , by SuhscriptioII, in th A l"Isil CH17LRCII, as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCIAL EDUICA'flN. 7icis Taucc ipccdiosedl. price 13s. 6:t, bound, wiu, oI folPaI ulowvaice tIc *SIcco, eiohelJe1oAd with an Engraing~ of ilcr R/scu/ tEc r.iofloge, L~occdocc, t.1IIEGltAMM'All of THADE, MIANUFAC- T.1iEr"S, anid COMMERCE, c w-mn'c'cg Popular Ac- (ontsn' Ji all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    strither, of Well-Cloae-HOus BLeder ItheOwrer. Tod cloth Merc rant ae. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Byg SiXIffEfL 1UMB1, At Great Wood hctas-, near Leeds. on Monday the Third of May, 1813, LL the DRESSING UTENSILS, of At.Jonist Bovr~a, ceastisting of Subscribers-only content

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