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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Outlying townships Weel Weel in the early 17th century

    New Holland farmhouse, by an exchange with Beverley corporation in 1787 . 94 Keld (d. 1806) left his Weel estate to his daughter Elizabeth Foster and it later descended with an estate in Tickton as part of New Holland farm.

    Communications Railways

    proprietors of the New Holland ferry bought out the Barrow ferry although they allowed it to operate as before. 67 In 1836 the London mails to Hull were transferred from the Barton to the New Holland ferry. 68 In 1845

    Outlying townships Tickton Tickton before inclosure in 1664

    Bainton , who succeeded to the copyhold and sold c . 180 a. in Tickton , as part of New Holland farm, Weel , to W. C. Kirkwood in 1921 -2. 87 Kirkwood died in 1929 and in 1933 the

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

    out new areas, including the arcade flower garden outside the west front of the palace, the Chinese garden, the New Holland or Botany Bay garden, and rose and dahlia gardens. The rock garden above the cascade was probably enlarged; its


    (Ebenezer) Chap., 213, 313-14. See also nonconformity New George St . , 276, 451 New Hebrew Congregation , 332 New Holland (Lincs.), 389, 395 New Hosp . , see Ferries, Thos., Hosp. of New Hall Flax and Cotton Mills ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from taking back their horses with them.- Morning Chronicle. After the treatment of Mr. Bruce (transported for life to New Holland, though guiltless of all offeence but that of being a Reformer!) we cannot be surprised at any deli- berate Subscribers-only content

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    that of transportation, which, he said, was in fact offering a bounty for crime. He read two letters from New Holland on the subject: one from a convict to his wifo, ia which he praised tloe country greatly, said that Subscribers-only content

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    California; andas LaPerouse,oon his departure from Botany Bay, intimated that lie intended to steer from the northern part of New Holland, and to explore that great archipelago, there is great reason to fear that the dangers already mentioned caused the Subscribers-only content

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    Colony of the Cape of Good Hope, the Mauritius, and Ceylon, until the 1st of March next; and with New Holland, until the first of May next; and no longer. The same proclamation, in virtue of the Reciprocity of Duties' Subscribers-only content

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    for-laying the foundation of a great and populous Australian empire. If such an empire is ever to exist in New Holland, its principal seat must he in some very different part of the continent. So far as our present knowledge Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, O, 01 January 1661-31 December 1668

    1239, 1242. O'Neil , Daniel, Groom of the Bedchamber, Postmaster General, 463. Orange , Prince of, 986. Orange Fort (New Holland), p. 226, 1229, 1251, 1571-2. -, surgeon at, see Haims, Mons. -, Tree, the (ship), 1628. Oranges , 1658.

    America and West Indies, August 1664, 01 August 1664-31 August 1664

    France and Spain will disallow as he absolutely does, by virtue of a Commission from the States General, over New Holland and the isles of Cura ao, Bonair, and Aruba, bearing date July 16/26, 1646, as also a grant to

    America and West Indies, April 1667, 01 April 1667-30 April 1667

    infringe the peace, for understanding that he was on Dutch lands (for till then they had no intelligence that New Holland was under any other dominion), he hindered his companies from falling into the village or taking provisions, & c.

    Index, N-O, 01 December 1574-31 December 1676

    -, See also , Middlesex. Norfolk. Portsmouth. Suffolk. Newhaven , 31, 41, 468. New Haven ( Connecticut ), 203. New Holland , 1071. New Jersey , 398, 405, 573, 880. New Jersey , Proprietor of, see Carteret, Sir George. -,

    America and West Indies, July 1666, 01 July 1666-31 July 1666

    . 125, 125 I. ] July 18/28. Three Rivers. 1251. M. Hertel to M. D'Hinse, at Fort Orange, in New Holland. Is sorry to be obliged to write, for he had hoped to have spoken with him. M. De Tracy


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