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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Mills and Fisheries

    17th centuries the city spent large sums on the mills and water-courses, including building a third wheel, later called New Cut mill, in 1597 . 66 A fourth wheel, added by 1623 , 67 was remade in 1692 . 68

    Parishes Hedsor

    1894 . 9 Most of the contents belonged to the Roman-British period. 10 At the formation of the ' New Cut ' into Cookham Lock through 'Sashes' field in Hedsor in 1830 some skeletons were found, and also some Roman

    Parishes Old Windsor

    river level. The northern and part of the western boundary is formed by the Battle Bourne , while the New Cut isolates the bend of the river in which Ham Fields are situated. The village is quite modern, and lies

    Maps of the Fenland

    the proposed New Cut . . . Scale of Miles, 4 [= 98 mm. or 37/8 in. ] (That Part of the River Ouse from St. Germans to King's Lynn with the Line of the Intended New Cut . The

    Creech St. Michael Creech St. Michael 1839 Creech St. Michael village c. 1755

    near Ham and at Creech mills. 96 After serious flooding in 1960 the river was deepened and widened, and New Cut was made south of Creech Bridge to carry excess water. 97 The Bridgwater and Taunton canal running east-west through

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    depart, Tuesday morning, at four o'clock, a fire broke out in the timber yard of MrDean, builder, Milner place, New Cut, Lambetls. It was first dis- covered by a private watchman, arid several engines Svere presently on the spot, but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and a crow-bar was found. - On Tuesday night, a young man named James Crowthers, residing in Gibson street, New Cut, Lambeth Marsh, finding. that the snow was penetrating through the ceiling of his-room, got ip, and proceeded to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robinson there; Mr Knight tried to get le a situation, I have lived with Mr Knight in Cornwall road, New Cut, lanbseth; I remember having seen Mrs Jeffs thies. The collar found by te officer at my lodgings in Mlitre Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    night, while on duty in Blackfriars road, he observed six or seven persons standing at the corner of the New Cut, talking very loud. He desired them to " move on," the defendant and his wife refused, and continued to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ann Sinclair, the plaintiff, aged 20, is the daughter of a publiean who keeps the Windmill public-house, in the New Cut, Lambeth: the defendant, Mr Rotheram, is a thriving linen-draper in Shoreditch, about 30 years of age. Last year, he Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    British History Online

    for touching or concerning the opening or cleansing the said Passage Watercourse or Draine or for the makeing any New Cut or Cuts Draine or Draines above Westward of the same. XI. Particular Commissioners named in respect of the said

    Papers relating to the National Political Union, (2 of 2)

    Bowyer, Thomas, 32, Myddleton-street Barratt, George, Winchester-street Bennett, John, 23, Museum-street Carrick, Jas. 44, King-st. Long Acre Collinson, John, New Cut, Lambeth Cumming, William, London Wall Churchill, H.B., Temple Coode, George, Union-row, Newington Cramphorne, R., 50 Brewer-st. Somers Town Cheeseman,


    New Basinghall Street , 120 Newberry , W., 71 Newcastle Street , 155 Newcastle upon Tyne , xv, 190 New Cut , 68 Newgate Prison , 130 Newgate Street , 75 Newington , 68, 116 Newington Gr een , 68,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 18 February 1830, 18 February 1830-18 February 1830

    of Hertford , and for preserving and improving the said River from the said town of Ware to the New Cut or River made by the Mayor, Commonalty and Citizens of London , and for enabling the Governor and Company

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    GEORGE LISK, Violent Theft, 10/09/1783

    to nothing but what is the truth; as I was coming, very nigh eleven o'clock at night, along the New Cut , that goes from John's-hill to Wapping church, the way from the New Tavern, up jumps two sailor s,


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