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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tidenham including Lancaut Introduction Lancaut , Tidenham and Woolaston c. 1810

    passage of the Severn between Aust and Beachley , sometimes called the Old Passage to distinguish it from the New Passage downstream, was probably in use from antiquity and was long the chief route between south-west England and Wales .

    Index K-Z

    , Lower Neuilly (Eure, France ), Neville, Ankaret, see Talbot; Strickland , curate of Randwick , Thos., Lord Furnivale, New Passage , New South Wales , emigration to, Newburgh , Earl of, see Radclyffe, Ant.;Radclyffe, Jas. Newcastle fam., Newcastle ,

    Index A-J

    Fenton , T. J., Fenwick , C. F., ferries, see Beachley , passage; Brockweir , passage; Framilode , passage; New Passage ; Newnham , passage; Shepherdine; Tintern, passage Field, Edm., Ernulphus of the, Gil. of the, John of the, Abbot

  • * British History Online *

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    Corporation Miscellanea, Common Attornies Accounts, 1783-1822

    Quay 2. 9. 0. Paid Tho s Charles Esq r being Subscription for Surveying the intended Improvement at the New Passage 5. 5. 0. Paid William Prichard Esq r for repairing Town Prison 3. Paid E. P. Richards Esq r

    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, 1765-81

    likewise on Oath saith That on Saterday Morning last, about eight or nine o'clock, on the road from the New Passage in the County of Monmouth leading towards Lantrissent aforesaid at a place called Creek Common, about Thirty four Miles

    East Indies, China and Japan, April 1618, 01 April 1618-30 April 1618

    Company were not ignorant of the reports of a new discovery lately made called the South Passage or the New Passage, which his Majesty hath granted by patent unto some. But conceiving how commodious it may he for his subjects

    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, 1738-64

    on oath 21 November 1753 before Michael Richards, Esq., J.P., at Cardiff, states that the Examinant "came to the New Passage on Sunday the fourth Day of this Ins t November, with an Intention of Coming over into Wales to

    Warrants etc, January 1700, 02 January 1700-31 January 1700

    in St. James's Park since Mr. Harbord's decease. My Lords have approved of John Eldborough as doorkeeper of the New Passage through the Wilderness into St. James's Park, he being recommended by the inhabitants of St. Martin's parish. Ibid .,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    air, stood at i 8 digrees, viz. 14 degrees below the freezing point, Part of -tile river Ttmsiar, fronm New Passage, wvs i so fiozen, fver,' that bsoats broke' through it, andt tite oars cracked the ice w-ith their strokes. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and on Friday evening he died. Since writing tile above, it is said that Rawlins, a shipwright, living at New Passage, and who had slightly scratched himself, is dead ; and that another, residing at Torpoint, is at the pointof Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    two trips from Bristol, which conveyed the directors and a large number of the shareholders from Bristol to the New Passage. At the latter point powerful vessels conveyed the passengers across the steam ferry which now unites the counties of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1,255. A submarine cable, to connect Bristol and South Wales, is success fully laid across the Bristol Channel at New Passage, by the British and Irish Magnetic Telegraph Company. 3.-In the Central Criminal Court Francis Vernon Harceurt. alias Maurice De Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hadl been 'brought to, the. annual fair A landsl~ip occcured yesterday on the Great Wiestern system between Gatohway and, 'New Passage stations, - which caused a, stoppage of the traffic between South I rWales and the West of England for Subscribers-only content

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