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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woodford Introduction

    as the Old Wells ), which stood on the west side of High Road, to the north of the New Wells public house , which was farther from the spring. The site was also described in 1796 as being near

    Index L - Z

    Nottingham Villas, 342 Oaks , 342, 344, 355 pub. hos.: Horse and Well ( Horse and Groom ), 340 New Wells , 339 Three Wells ( Old Wells ), 339 road, 342 Woodgat e , Sir Alf., 106 Woodmancote ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fuddial a chwaethus gan Mri. J. Josephs, Bethesda; D. Owen, Drefnewydd; - Tilsley, Trepynon; W. Andrew,.Cefn; H. Evans, u New Wells, a'r'Parch. D. Williams. Machynlleth.' Yr Lt oedd hwn yDu gyfarfdd boddiol a difyras. Canmolid ef a yn gyffredinol. U Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILLeIAMS, teesinnter, Innkeeper. W. M'. BAD, Newrfoundland Street and Milk Street, Bristol, elemist and dregglst. J. POLIAIhD, Cornwall Terrace, New Wells Rond, llath Road Totterdowin, near Bristol, draper, trading as J. Pollard anel F. Srs.s.L., IBellevue Crescent, Clifton Road, CiMiton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Seats, inl good Con. lin -'dition, and Will he uffired for Ej~lht Guineais. Si Inquire of M,1r. Samuel H-oildsworth, New Wells, Wakefield. cii- IV !IS1F[O WOOLLEN MANUFACTURERS.-To be tt AW- D)ISPOSED) OI', ELEVEN STOCKS, Six Tappit Wheels. all Sillft and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wvith Back Seats, in good Con- dition, attd Nsill he offered for Eight Gutineais. Inqu~ire of (siv. Samuel Holdswsoctb, New Wells, Wakefield. FP O WOOLLEN MANUFACTURERS.--To be &tIDISPOSER OF, ELEVEN STOCKS, Six Tsippit Wheels. Shaf and Pluimber Blocks complete, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    friends, The conmnittee and suitce friends proceeded with their visitor to else house of Mr. 1toldsworthi, lire ir of New Wells, and after a short stay there, in consequence of the made Warm and earnest entreaty of the Irish Catholics, Subscribers-only content

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

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    Ordinary's Account, 31/07/1741

    could lay their Hands upon. On the 28th of May last , as John Rogers was coming from the new Wells in Goodman's Fields , pretty much in Liquor, going to the Black Bull in White-Chappel , he met Elizabeth

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