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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    instances 100 per cent. (fear, hear !) What, he asked, could be the objection to thetfor- mation of a New Water Company ? That would be the most effectual mode of getting a good supply. It was idle, to talk Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I NI 0. 49 LOMBARD SlREET. Established 1784. DOUDNEY and SON. A gentlemanly Suit, of . Summer 'Trousers, newr the best quality . 8 12 6 style ......... . 10 0 Superfine Dress Coat . 2 17 6 Summer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NI VERSITL of LONDON. U Notice lo hereby given, that the EXAMINATION for the Degree of MASTER of ARTS *vnll commrence en MONDAY, the 3rd of MAY. Coodfido5zsee n1seaqoicend. to stpecif~y thse Bgranches which theY select for Exa5OiOatio. By Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GUARANTEE SOCIETY, for providing SEZcURtTY for Persons in SITU&TIONS of TRUST, where Sarel ei are required, on payment of an Annual Premium. DltRECTORS. Thomsa Attnee, Esq. G. Palmer, Esc. Foldid Carnmn, Esq. Major Prosier, F.G.S. Yanses Colquboun, Esq. James Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ONDON DOlMESIIC MISSION SOCIETY. 1[X The ANNUPAL NlIEETIlG will be held at Little Carter lane C Osfice oDecthrs'C ocieynsOrJFRI eKY, Ap11ithe23rd. A SERMON wlbe preached ly the Rev. JAMES MARTINEAU, of Liverpool ce to eonumenee at Eleven oclock. After Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Trowbridge

    and the works were put up for sale in 1871 . 912 In that year the Trowbridge and District New Water Company was formed. It was dissolved in 1873 and reincorporated by Local Act of Parliament, as the Trowbridge Water

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, 1561, 01 January 1561-31 December 1561

    with the requirements of Lord Grey as Governor of Berwick, as regards the Manor House, the fishing called the New Water, lack of councillors, his ransom, insufficiency of allowances, right to metals found within the wardenry, and other matters connected

    Index, B, 01 March 1326-31 December 1571

    to; 418. treasurer of; 160, 167, 176. payment to; 364. letter to; 367. merchants; 167. manor house; 257. the New Water; ib . Berwyk , J., report of; 58. Beton : ; 382. Andrew; 556. Bishop , letter of; 565.

    General Index, N, O, 01 April 1640-31 August 1640

    see Wellch, John. Newstead , document dated from Newtown , Scotch army at Newton , Hants. Wm., grants to New Water Nicholas , Edward, clerk of the Council and Secretary to the Admiralty, allusions and references to, passim . letters Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, March 1521, 01 March 1521-31 March 1521

    Ric. Cholmeley, Rob. Shurton, clk., and Th. Watson, of Berwick. Lease of the fishery in the river Twede, called "New Water," from "Crabbe Water" to the sea; for 21 years; rent 40 s. Del . Hampton Court, 12 March 12

    Cecil Papers, January-June 1569, 01 January 1569-30 June 1569

    Sir Wm. Cecil. 1568/9, Feb. 16. Whereas he was lately possessed of a certain fishing in the Tweed, called New Water, by virtue of a lease granted by the Queen to Edmund Eynes and George Beverley, who have made a


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