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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Willenhall

    of the hamlet and the chapel, formed the principal open field of the parish. South of Wood Lane were Little Wood and Willenhall Wood, which were kept in the hands of successive landlords and still partly survived, with their ancient

    Parishes Pidley with Fenton

    Close Spinney, Stroud Hill Spinney , Dovehouse Close Spinney, where there are the remains of a homestead moat, and Little Wood Spinney- stand on the northern slope of the hill crossing the parish from east to west. The greater part,

    The city of Durham The castle

    the college. This in turn drew its supply from the spring on the south road in the field adjoining Little Wood , which to-day gives an abundant supply of perfectly clear water. Portions of the lead pipe have been recovered.

    Parishes Ambrosden

    19th century the parish was described as 'pleasantly wooded'. Graven Hill Wood survives in part, and Arncot Wood and Little Wood are probably the remnants of the extensive woods at Upper and Lower Arncot mentioned in Domesday. 13 The old

    Townships Bury

    Pimhole . Another branch runs almost due north, passing Chesham and its park on the right, and going through Little Wood Cross and Limefield to Walmersley and Haslingden . The Manchester road goes southerly from the church, passing through Buckley

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the walks were covered with bodies and limbs of trees. At the south-eastern corner of the gardens, in "the Little Wood," no less than six tail and stately trees had fallen. They consisted of elm, beech, and horse-chesnut. The beech, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mary Craven, of Darlaston, a domestic servant, lately in the employ of George Deans, landlord of the Trafalgar Inn, Little Wood, was charged with having in- cited the prosecutor's daughter, aged 11 years, to steal 21s. from the bar till.-Elizabeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    home, went up to her, and accompanied her on her way. When they reached a spot called " The Little Wood," prisoner assaulted her, and committed the full offence. The defence was that there had been full consent on tho Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .PUBLIC NOTIC'ES. HEBIRMINGHAM SYNDICATE (LIMITE). Dlnamonir. arle HENR BAR~kY O*LE, Tie WegoWolverhamptors. s~k~lP.3)N A~rUL LOYDMV.,Moo Hal, Stton Coldfoldl. The Directore are reiroretto Recelve PROPOSAIB f Or the TIransaCCt=Oiof sound FiNAN('IAL OI'EBATIONIO. ALFRED E. WENHAM, Secetry office&sO'. Ann Street, Birril Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDUCATIONAL._____ P R. BELCHER, MUSICAL PRiOFESSOR, -will lyRESU-4d bin DUTIES on MONDAnY aEXT. 27th inst. Caudi. jsteo. ,ishinig to loin hls Theory Cisrues (at Messrs. Rogers and pricetley, Colmoey Ilow) woiLplePIse apply onl or before the 10th ins.. 1)r. Subscribers-only content

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