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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The colleges and halls Christ 's Christ's College. France modern quartering England with a border gobony argent and azure .

    About this time the College acquired a watersupply from the Gog Magog Hills ; the brook brought from the Nine Wells in 1610 was tapped at the south end of Trumpington Street for Emmanuel and Christ 's. It cost much

    Parishes Great Shelford

    on the north-eastern boundary. Hobson 's brook, fed by springs near the northern edge of the parish known as Nine Wells and by a north-westward flowing brook rising in Great Shelford village, flows northwards to Cambridge , supplying Hobson 's

    The city of Cambridge Public health

    a 1,000-year lease of the land through which the recently-made watercourse was to convey a current of water from Nine Wells at White Hill near Shelford 'to scour and cleanse the common drain or sewer called the King's Ditch, as

    Parishes Whittlesford Whittlesford before inclosure, c. 1810

    of the Icknield Way , and on part of the west by a brook rising at a place called Nine Wells . The eastern boundary follows various branches and former channels of the river. The northern boundary with Little Shelford

    Parishes Thriplow

    the west follows the Wallington brook, and part of the eastern boundary also follows a watercourse which rises at Nine Wells , an area of springs on low-lying land long called the Moor, on the Whittlesford boundary. 6 Another stream

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, M, N, O, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    Francis Henry John Nicholson , Capt. Capt. Francis Joseph Mr. Nieuburg , Gregorias Niewport (Flanders) Nightingale , Geoffrey Nimeguen Nine Wells Nissa Nithsdale , Countess of Nivelles Nixon , Thomas Nobility , the, precedence of ( see Precedency, questions of) Subscribers-only content

    William and Mary, August 1689, 01 August 1689-31 August 1689

    ; for John Hume, of Nine Wells, to be captain of the same troop [ Ibid., p . 104 ] ; for Thomas Turnbull to be lieutenant to Captain John Hume, of Nine Wells, in the same [ Ibid., p Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cottoge, Psusterl Terrors, Neswport, Moan. r163 GR00ERS. -Wonted, Sitrsotion, as Assistatnt: ers 34; eisae G years' experience.-W. Ethueridelg, Tias Nine Wells, near Gale- I torne. - c1363 - C1N-BAURELS.'-Wanted, Sitluatin Borer sand Ilepanre: I '4. k lslful, asuccessful, elsersetie, Bes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cottage, Tunniel Terrace, Newport. Mon. cHI3 ClUtO EtS. -Waictedl, Situiationa, as Assistanit; age 24; suingl G.years' enlsgrience.-W. Etheriulge, Thle Nine Wells, near Cole- ford. c1363- G~UIN-BARRELSI.-Wauted, Situasaosl, Borer and Rtepairer: Gakilfol, successful, energetic. Best references.-Addreus., Il7, Daily Post. c10l0 12ATEL-PROFORIETORS.-As Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whom he also leaves the freehold estate there, together with certain farms in Lancashire and Cheshire. The Wiseawodd or Nine Wells estate in Monmouth goes to his daughter Margaret, widow of Mr. E. Price; and the Wicombe estate, together with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    storm is reported from the contre of a Perthshire. Xamers Cuthbert, 16 years of age, farm tl rservant, at Nine Wells, in that county, left the place on g New Year's. morning to visit his latber, Mr. Peter 'M Cuthbert, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    incident is reported from the centre of a Perthshire. James Cuthbert, 16 years of age, farm c servant, at Nine Wells, in that county, left the place on t ?ievr Year's mornima to visit his lather, Mr. Peter t Cuaubert. Subscribers-only content

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