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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ely Hundred Littleport Plan of St. George's Church

    Little Ouse . There are no made roads between the one from Littleport to Shippea Hill and Mildenhall and the one from Southery to Feltwell nearly 6 miles away north-east, except the by-road to the remote village of Little Ouse

    The Middle Level of the Fens and its reclamation

    St. Ives ; the Granta, which entered at Cambridge ; the Lark, which entered at Mildenh all ; the Little Ouse , which entered at Brandon ; and the Wissey, which entered at Stoke Ferry . The waters of all

    Woodditton Woodditton in 1815 Newmarket 's Cambridgeshire Suburbs

    bought at Newmarket and Bury, wheat was carted and animals were driven for sale to Brandon Ferry on the Little Ouse , and hay was bought at Lidgate (both Suff.). No Cambridgeshire places were mentioned. 16 The area straddling the

    Index K-Z

    1442), Wm. (d. 1637), fam., arms, Lisles man. , see Wilbraham, Gt. Little Green , in Cheveley , q.v. Little Ouse , river, Little Wilbraham : Alice of, m. Wm. Talmas che, Humph. of, and see Sabina Parnel, w. of


    as far as Streatham as the Old West river, is joined by its tributaries, the Cam , Lark, and Little Ouse before rejoining the Bedford rivers at Denver (Norf.). Between the Old Bedford river and the Nene, which flows through

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, B, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    journey to Prussia electress of, solicits William III "that her husband may be king of Prussia," Brandon river or Little Ouse, obstruction of Brandy : bought for Irish troops on the Shannon See also English, French. Brassell , James, taken Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . SERIOUS FLOODS IN THE EN DISTRICT. The heavy pressure upon the banics of the river Bran. dn, or Little Ouse, due to the recent floods, caused the banks to give way during Saturday nfight , the breach in a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Thetford. On Friday Miss Cooke erected a wooden fence, forty yards long, on the hauling path by the Little Ouse, which is the property of the borough. The same evening a mob pulled down the fence, and threw it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I POCRLLTON HORSE AND FOAL SHOW. CF'hcs ovla Ow-- lisOaRa.B) WHit an entry almost egual in nzimbers t> that Of last year, and maore, than equial so iat ais quality w-s lOan- cmelne, the tluL-ry-th annual shojw of hones Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AUCTION'BERS'RIOOMS, TRINITY-STREET, LEEDS. EXTENSIVE and IMPORTANT SALE of FINE BOTTLED HII jWINE~S under ecunciary dillicultics, beitig the genuine Stock of anl old-established Un itc House Messrs. HARD WICKS and 1IEST have received lastruetiono to ain- nounce for Sale by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL AND GENERAL. LEEDS, DECEMBER 8, 1865. TiEi INCuMBENCY OF 1 EADINGLEY. -We under- stand that the Rev. Henry Tuckwell, vicar of Little Ouse- burn, has been appointed by the Rev. Canon Atlay, D.D., the patron, to the incumbency Subscribers-only content

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