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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Clapton

    into the Windrush , and part of the southern boundary runs along the road that crosses the Windrush by New Bridge . 2 The land rises steeply from under 400 ft. beside the Windrush to a flat summit of 725


    Rother from the north. This forms the western boundary of the parish for about a mile, as far as New Bridge , a little below which it has been dammed to the Hammer Pond for former ironworks. It would seem

    Teddesley Hay

    the parish. Shutthill Bridge and Parkgate Bridge , 15 each with an adjacent lock, are the original 18th-century bridges. New Bridge dates from c . 1825, probably as part of a new drive approach to Teddesley Hall. 16 It is

    Blenheim Park from 1705 Blenheim Park c. 1730 Blenheim Park c. 1870

    side-cut embankment near Lince Bridge . Below New Bridge the river widened into a lake before circling the wooded Lince and falling over another cascade into the river Evenlode . New Bridge was built to designs by Sir William Chambers

    Lyng Lyng 1843

    by P. B. Ilett of Taunton . 65 Tolls, let annually by sand-glass auction, were charged until 1945. 66 New Bridge , rebuilt c . 1876, takes the road over the old course of the river Cary NNE. of Burrow

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oswallt, 63 ; 5 W E Evans, Granville street Birming- hea, 62 ; 6 Marv Jane Jones, Upper Hail, New Bridge, B 61; 7 Mary J Jones, Graig, Llanfair, a David Jones, Sat Widldigoed, Llanfechain yn gyfartal, 60; S Margaret Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SATURDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE. - }BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. R. Warren, King--street, Hallborn, baker. BAINKRl'PTS.. G. Ilumxbem, BIack-Ilall, Dpvonslu re, seedsman. Attorney, Mr. Alexander, Carey-strett, Lincoln's Inn. 'J. Middleton, intgtS-Lvnn, Neifolk, insurance-broker. Attor- nies, Messrs. Wilis anid Co. Warnford-court, Tbhogrnoriont st reet. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SA TULRDA Y'S LONDON GAZETTE. BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED. H. D. Cooper, Bav!i-streel, Horselydown, hop-merchiant, fcntn Oct. 0 to Oct. 31. BANKIRUP I'S. F. WWidi l, VWi iwiiton, Shiopshire, tanner. Attornics, Mcs ri M irno in and WVili ainson, Gra' 'F Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T1'. DMIehderdafe tondon, merchanits. 'Attorelesi ur:d aund Jlohrrca, Kiih6'j-bench-walk, Temple.. rt Pecrr', WNirington, Laocaelire, grocer. A-itorhies,Miesre. and.)r !;st 1!oanTBt, New Bridge t-ruere, Blacktrmirs. i. '', Nrc, Manchts ;8e, maanifttcutiter. Attornies, Messis. A aig a.;r Gregony, Bemtiord-roev. . drl sd H-aii Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TUESDAY' S LONDON GAZET'TE. I I-m o" BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED. W. fissi, Bristol, pipe-makevi froMi Nov. Pee. 2S; - BANKRUPTCY SUPERSPOED, G. Griming, Roehamptoii, Snrre>r carpenter. BANKRUPTS. J. Armitage, Walkefield; woolstapler; Aftt'rneyj Mr Hoipe, Mansiton-tloree-piabce; C. Hughesj Hill, Wdvitckshire, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Levens

    new bridge indicted by the jury, upon presentment of Richard Fleming, esq, and Dr. Archer, to be in decay. K. Indictment Book, 1692 1724. 1709 7 October. Indictment and order to repair the way from Beathwaite Green to New Bridge.

    Supplementary Records, Staveley

    called New Bridge. ( Ibid .). On 7 October, 1715, the bridge is again indicted as being in decay, to the great danger of passengers. ( Ibid .). On 21 September, 1716, the public bridge called New Bridge in Over

    Supplementary Records, Crosthwaite and Lyth

    in length is in decay for want of reparation. K. Indictment Book, 1725 37. 1740 18 April. Presentment that New Bridge in Crosthwaite is one of the public bridges and that 300 feet at the west end of the said

    House of Lords Journal Volume 25, April 1739, 11-20, 11 April 1739-20 April 1739

    , in the Parish of Kingston Bagpuze , in the said County of Berks , to that Part of New Bridge which lies in the said County of Berks ." Ordered, That the said Bill be committed to the Consideration

    Treasury Books and Papers, October 1745, 01 October 1745-31 October 1745

    in Hyde Park. My Lords agree to all the articles except to that for posts and rails from the New Bridge to those on the Old Road. [ Treasury Minute Book XXX. p. 188; Letter Book XX. pp. 185, 186.


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