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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cholesbury

    to 613 ft. at the vicarage. The manor-house is near the vicarage, and hard by is a spring called Holy Well . 2 To the north-west of the village is a large prehistoric plateau camp, on a spur of the

    Parishes Stevington

    north of the village; from the rock on which it is built issues a spring of water called the Holy Well , of which the waters have never been known to freeze in winter nor dry in times of drought.

    Industries Printing

    immediate successors. 1 The three printers were William Follingham or Follington, who printed for Richard Banks in 1544 at Holy Well in Shoreditch ; Hill , who printed between 1548 and 1553 at St. John's Street , Clerkenwell ; and

    Parishes Linslade

    had a yearly eight-day fair ( vide infra ), these grants being possibly due to the fact that the Holy Well of Linslade attracted many pilgrims to the place. In 1299, however, the Bishop of Lincoln , stating that many

    Parishes Grimley

    Smethemor, Ailwinch, Holithurn, Marshell, Butholt, Leintewirthin 6 (xiii cent.); Pritch 7 (xvi cent.); the Vineyard , 8 Monkredding and Holy Well 9 (xix cent.). MANOR Bertwulf, King of the Mercians, in 851 gave 3 cassata at GRIMLEY to the church

  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (East Ward), St Andrew, Crosby Garrett

    Tumulus quarter of a mile north-east of Smardale Bridge; and Cairns at Hardrigg. The site of a chapel and Holy Well at Smardale. THE CHURCH. In the "Antique Taxatio Ecclesiastica" of Pope Nicholas IV, made in the year 1291, the

    Castle Baynard warde

    south, and the Tenement of Bartholomewe Burwash on the west, and the Tenement pertayning to the Couent of the Holy Well on the North, and the way vpon Lambardes Hill on the East, for a Church yearde to the Parson

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, February 1756, 21-28, 21 February 1756-28 February 1756

    Red Lion on Windmill Hill , through Worship Street , to the Ditch Side next the East Side of Holy Well Mount , and through a certain Ground, to the Sign of The London Apprentice , in the Parishes of


    pamphlet says, that the well at Islington was famed before the Reformation for its extraordinary cures, and called the Holy Well; but that it had been stopped up many years when it was discovered by Sadler. Sadler's Wells . Sadler's

    Notes, Volume 2, pp.1-100

    died in 1341 ( Cal. Wills , i. 448; see also Letter Boo k F, 79). l. 37. From Holy well , & c. The omission here of the reference to the Theatre and The Curtain (see p. 262 above)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYMDEITHASFA Y | DREFNEWYDD. RHAGFYR 3, 4, A'R 5E.D di Bl Llywydd:-Parob. D. CHARLES DAVIES, M.A., n Bangor. of Ysgrifenydd:-Pareh. R. H. MORGAN, M.A., J Abermaw. (Par7had o'r rhifyn diwveddaf). L Rhoddasom eisoes grynodeb o'r materion a fu dan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    --" No work, no bread, no hope !-A meeting of the inhabitants of Hincklev will be held near the Holy Well, on Tuesday evening, to adopt such resolutions as are required by the present times, in which the hosier has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to some effect the old patched blanket, and rusty, dirty, characteristic peasant garb. The miserably clad pilgrims at the 'Holy Well' are capital, and the misery depicted in the face of the Irish mendicants so real that we turn away Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mlapof Ireland, embellished with Views of St Patsici's, Dublin, Ross and Limer ick Castles, the Round Tower, Wicklow, tlie Holy Well, &c.; with de- scriptive Leterpress. Also, A MAP of EGYPT, illustrated with Views of its most interesting Scenery and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLITICAL NEWS. THE WEST SURREY ELECTION.-Saturday last being appointed for the nomination of candidates for the representation of the Western division of Surrey, in the room of the late Mr Denison, the proceed- ings commenced in an open space Subscribers-only content

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