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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hayling Island

    and flourishing wheatfields betoken its fertility. On the east and west coasts, however, there are marshy wastes such as Mill Pond , which, together with Mill Cottage , probably marks the site of the old manorial mill mentioned in a

    Randwick Economic history

    the highway to Randwick on the west; ibid. P 263/VE 1/1-2, naming a piece of land near there as Mill Pond Bank. Local information. Smith, Men and Armour , 308-9. Glos. R.O., D 149/T 215, T 330. Ibid. T 453;

    Parishes Westley Waterless

    69 There was no shop in 1976 . A pond north-west of the railway near Westley Bottom was called Mill Pond in the 19th century, the only evidence of a mill in Westley . 70 Local Government. In 1299 the

    The borough of Droitwich Introduction and borough

    on the east. And so down by the ditch of Purdesore Wood to the River Salwarpe otherwise called the Mill Pond . And so up by the footbridge at the end of the Millmeadow by Wich highway on the south

    Parishes Winterbourne Stoke

    been demolished by 1773 . 176 Its site was presumably south of the village where a pasture was called Mill Pond in 1839 . 177 Local government. In 1255 Winterbourne Stoke manor was held with return of writs and view

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Holmes, St James's buildings, Clerkenwell, refiners-J. Somers and A. Willsher, South Island place, Surrey, livery-stabte keepers. *Enssnkrlrpas.-J. Nye, Mill Pond wharf, Surrey canal, pump maker, [Jones Tooley street, Southwark-P. A. Morley, Great Bridge, Staffordshire, iron masni- facturer. [Motteram and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    There -is a. Good- RESIDENCE at tt - i1l11 end the situation of the Property is; exceedingly. plcterocitqn ~Extenaive Mill Pond. and capita Fishing. I ,FyI ~pastileaoe nod% Plans of the different Lot~s ready s Tcesday; and frer further information, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Court.-The' evidence showed Ithat on the previous afternoon the deceased, with several aother lads, was bathing in the riory Mill Pond. At this point the river is very wide and deep, and, after being in the water some little time, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HAN-rcA? STEuPLiEOHAsE nsr P of 80: sore,. Three miles. 11. 4 Mr P. C Dawecn's Mill Girl, by Gallinuie- Mill Pond, a ~.................Gourley 1 11 2 Mr R Bourke's Wbiteboy II a .... ...A Banner 2 10 9 Lord C~oventr~v's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTINGX NEWS. RACING NOTES. There was no feature of special intexest in- -th 10 probeedings- at Warwick this a on, and, alas 10 for the old-iie greet atee b aigs, the Leaiugton Grand Aniual kandi Stbple bchatu 10 arecued Subscribers-only content

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