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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Longney Manors and other estates

    1846 . 27 In 1848 the farm was in the hands of B. Land , 28 and Joseph or Mary Land was presumably farming it in 1856 . In 1869 it belonged to Richard Vimpany , the farmer in 1885

    Parishes Newton Valence

    Place, with his prize money and built the house. It is surrounded by an outer circle of well-wooded country- Mary Land Copse, Newton Common on the west, Kitcombe Wood on the nor th, Ina Wood Copse on the east, and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AErrEST NEWS. Nk- W5,S-LRTIVER OFFlICE', Thursday Morning. ], STEptI'S DESPATECHES ;V ot1.k'tETIC TEM:Eoai.rL.3 VT FtlliS 1 lROMi AME RI CA 01o TIE CITY OF NOEW Yomr. 1,poi;E I) (O)NXEDEr kTE OCCUPATION OF wxsflt LTON N.C.; HEAVY SKIRMISHING ,- TllI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pRoVINCIAL THEATRICALS. (FROat, OUR OWN CORtIeSPONDEcOTS.) ABERDEEN. MiF~tLnD GRSD MUSIC HALL-CActiag Manager, Mr John I )_eyfrf tile places Of am usemenet at present open here this is by far St opalar, sad justlyso asIla5 Ohentertainment gie so thle most Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this county. On Tlursday, at St. Mary's Nottingham, by the Venerable Archdeacon Vilkins, Mr. Thomas Farrands, Thurgarton, to Miss Mary Land, Ashbourn, in this county. At Chesterfield, on Sunday last, by the Rev. T. J. Rawson, B.A., curate, Mr. Edward Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Petty Sessions, yesterday, a fellow named William Huggins was sent to gaol for fourteen days, for grossly assaulting Mary Land, a child eight yeara of age, by holding her up by her heels, iv the presence of two other Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Joseph Wilson was sentenced to 21 days' imprison- ment for steuling two petticoats, the properly of a widow named Mary Land, with whom he had lodged. - John Capper, a fish dealer, was fined 10s 6d and cost*, or 14 Subscribers-only content

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