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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dawley Growth of settlement Dawley c. 1840

    freeholds at Hinkshay (a 'double row' of 48 back-to-back cottages, a 'single row' of 21 houses, and the later 'new row' or Ladies' Row of 10 more spacious cottages) 84 and Dark Lane (over 60 cottages in three long terraces);

    Chippenham Manors and other estates Chippenham Park in 1712

    in length in the Park where 23 types of pineapple were grown. 74 The hothouse and an ice-house behind New Row were extant c . 1889-1910 , but there were no remains in 1997 . 75 In 1136 Geoffrey de

    Steyning Steyning c. 1960

    estate to the north did not come on the market until the 20th century. A row of cottages ( New Row , later Norfolk Cottages) was built, presumably by the duke of Norfolk , at the southeast end of the

    Waterbeach Introduction Waterbeach c. 1810

    Way Lane . 36 Other lanes also ran east from the street by 1350 : to the north was New Row , so named by 1364 , where the small crofts on its north side were occupied by 'chambers', 37

    Chippenham Chippenham c. 1880

    Palace Yard to the west, and Queen Square and Sidney Yard to the east. 77 Eight semi-detached cottages, called New Row , and four cottages at Maltings Yard , built for labourers 1791 × 1802 on the western side of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Morgans, B. Mill, Mynach. Beirniadaeth y Parch. H. 0. Edwards, ay yr.Atsebion i'r Holiadana's 'Rhodd Tad.' Goreu, D. Jenkine, New Row; all, E. Powell, Mynach; 3ydd T. Williams, Mynach. Cystadiusetuh mewn datganu unawd, " Twrgwyn," gan rai dros 40 oed. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of age "! WEXFoRD.-There is a description of some articles stolen out of the house of William Flood, at New Row, and it is stated that " they xvill be offered for pawn at some of the pawn-shops in Waterford, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S _ R!ClIOMA10ErtS,-W O~ted. by practical Man, getting up bricks . - r- B , pipes. per l,C00.-W. Baraett, New Row, groft. c _1 IICAtTLXrS Addressodat 2s. 6d per thousand, by young lady - .- ) accustomed t do them--Address, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Club, 10in9stown ; and Army land Ematy Club, London, Hug (lfliorke Esq., 4, ttrsfil Terrace, ilin.etown; Clounty Dublin; an%,d New Row. Dublin, bletrehant. Thre Hoc. colonel Rtowley, M.P,, Bodrlhyddatn, Ithyl.; and Berkeley Squtare. London. W. RI. Paveall, Eoq,, LL.D., gummer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The force, which was small, was taken towards the Park, and a body of the meneat once attacked the New Row, and broke the whole of the windows, afterwards entering the houses and seizing the whole of the available property. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, N, O, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    326); ii. g. 910 (13). -, Robt., ii. g. 910 (82 p. 455). -, Thos., i. g. 620 (29). New Row (Newrawe) , Yorks., near Dunsley, i. g. 1081 (28). Newsham (Newsome) , abbey (supp.), in Brocklesby, Linc., i. g.

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