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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fulford

    One was Well House , next to St. Oswald's church and the river, 24 and nearer to York was Lady Well House , which was occupied by an innkeeper in 1745 . 25 The latter house stood close to New

    Public services York County Hospital , Monkgate York Dispensary

    at the waterworks at an unknown date in the 18th century; 54 a cold bath was in use at Lady Well near the New Walk in 1749 ; 55 medicated baths were opened in the Old Judge s ' Lodgings,

    Parishes Great Hallingbury GREAT AND LITTL E HALLINGBURY 1980

    a. 119 The landscaping carried out at Hallingbury Place in the later 18th century included woodland, and by 1840 Lady Well and Long plantations comprised 12 a. and 17 a. respectively. 120 The woodland of Wallbury manor in 1346 consisted

    Townships Preston

    council. The town records mention five principal wells: Mincepitt, near the gas company's land; Market-place , 1654; Fishergate, 1666; Lady Well , west of Friargate; Goose Well, outside Church Street bars. The old 'cistern' was built in Avenham in 1729

    The Growth of the City CENTRAL BIRMINGHAM , c. 1950 GROWTH OF THE URBAN AREA

    than merely domestic or industrial purposes. Hutton speaks of 'two excellent springs of soft water' one of which fed Lady Well where, he claimed, 'are the most complete baths in the whole island'. They included a swimming pool 18 by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smith us Little Belle beat ir. IHartley's Lucy Glitters. irn. Suaaith's Worthless (lirn beat Mr. Fletcher's Flute. Mr. Itolandson's Lady Well bhat Ai. Favcett'l Black-Ey'd Susan. Mr. Wilkinson, jdnb.'s Maiy Greensleeves beat Mr.. Neale's Red Wiog. . rI Lamb's Latrwing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir"ulberry awkebiir Edwd. Royal Arch beat A 1 :nce Lord Coalpirs beet Valonr Woodpecker beat Delsarlick the Watarford bent Lady Well Rising Storm beat Terridc e i Pcter beat W. rthermanke Polestar a bye Baroness beat Master Tom Welsher beat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    150 so0Y., if demanded, &c. New T. Y. 0. 5 furloegs 130 yards. (3 subs.) Mr. S. Day's, jun., Lady Well, 2yrs., 6stf llb .ib........ (Perry) I Lord Stradbroke's filly La Boenie, 2yrs, Ost. 111b ....... (Plumb) 2 Mr. E. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ran. CAVERtiOiXE STAKES. My Niece ...............2........, 1 Lass of Richmond Hill. 2 Clara Webter. 3 Ten ran. FoRssuBY STAKES. Lady Well .......................2......... .Syrie,........................................... 2 Moses.......................................... Five ran. READING STAKES. lady Kingston 2........ ..............., I Ardour ................., ..,.2 Pandora ....................................... Nine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Lee's Independence, 7st. 101bi ........... .... (Fria 0 Mr. J. Rligby's Hibernian, 7st. Olb. .....rIa...... (Daly)0 Mr. LaMerts Lady Well, 7st. 21b ...................... Mr. Copeland's Cripplegate, 7st.....Plu..........b.... fb 0 Mr. T. Bell's Eitlans Beauty, tst. 101b . .. .ift) Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (East Ward), All Saints', Orton

    Burn refers to a place called "The Chapel about half a mile south from the church" and to a Lady Well there "which was reported to have salutary effects in divers maladies." In the "Antique Taxatio Ecclesiastica" of Pope Nicholas

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