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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bayton

    by the River Rea . Shakenhurst Brook, a tributary of the Rea , forms its south-western boundary, and the Mill Brook , which flows into Shakenhurst Brook, bounds it on the south. Tanner's Brook forms the eastern boundary. The parish

    Parishes Mamble

    north-west of the county, on the road from Tenbury to Bewdley . It is bounded on the north by Mill Brook , and Dumbleton Brook waters it on the east. The village, which is situated on the main road between

    Parishes Cholsey

    with some Greensand. On the east the River Thames forms the boundary and on the north Bradford's Brook and Mill Brook . There are several streams in the parish which flow into the Thames , one of them turning Cholsey

    Parishes South Moreton

    of 200 ft. on Down Hill above Long Wittenham , and is bounded on the south by the Moreton Mill Brook and its tributary Hakkas Brook. The soil is chalky rubble (locally 'brash') and gravel with a subsoil of Upper

    Parishes Drayton

    to 1823 there were three water-mills here. 8 The present mill is a mile south-east of the village, on Mill Brook . From 1793 to 1823 there were said to be five dovecotes at Drayton . 9 May Day is

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 28 Rebuilding of the City London.

    of the Shore , called by the Name or Names of Bridewell Dock , Fleet Ditch , and Turn- Mill Brook . And also for the building and making of such Prisons within the said City, as shall be necessary

    Book 1, Chapter 13 The Bridges of LONDON. Other Bridges.

    Travellers. Under this Bridge runneth a Water called (as I have said) The River of the Wells, since Turn Mill Brook , now Fleet Dike , because it runneth by the Fleet , and sometime about the Fleet , and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    persons are allowed -to fish in any part of the Derwvent between the weir above Baslow Bridge and Smelting Mill Brook." Some time ago a wag painted out the -word "no," and inserted " any" in its place; and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    remofte of the market frorm its, Prelout situation. Pr&TRPEES. THos. T. BtIUMeA2, Tanworth Tnos. LANr. Yardler Jio. GLovtr, ray Mill Brook Tilos. KING, Castle Brosmwich A. B. BoveRIa, Hay Mill Birook TnOe. WELrs, Shirley street THos. ALLDAY, AcookB Green HE:rnav Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ch is a good ltieticaior -ce Thatchr cdoc emll Icasl o frecicc woirl ice goneal.-Apply to A,1. Meeiia, flay Mill Brook, near Birmcingheae, el-ill PORTE'R WANTED, in a Shieet Iron Warehouise. Aleist lie alit to reedfciriiwrite, . eeeo1aiiyote udt laeoi. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ieaving'.-Apply b etr to E. Boulton. 0, Ratollif Hill BrIstoLcOl KAPITAL Suburban TAVERN. "Plough and Harrow," He1y, A 'I. Mill Brook. Coventry Road.-APPly on the Premises. ol61d r CALTHORPEARMS, New John Street West, to beOD chee Godreasona for leaving. ol22O Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stock, about £45-Edwin Jackson. Auctioneer, Cherry Street. c43,29 1) OAIISIDE. TAVERN, with Wino license. Plough and Harrow, J. 4,hay Mill Brook, Coventry Read.-Appl1y, on the Premises. 6241 1 IEVEIIISTTS INN. Handsworth. to ha DISPOSED OF. A liar- ,L galetin Won Subscribers-only content

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