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    Book 4, Chapter 3 Suburbs. Charterhouse. St. Johns of Jerusalem.

    so gteat a Plague and Infection, purchased thirteen Acres and a Rode of Ground, adjoining to the said No Mans Land , and lying in a Place called Spittle Croft , because it belonged to Saint Bartholomew's Hospital , since John Strype's Survey of London Online

    Book 4, Chapter 3

    Whereupon Ralph Stratford, Bishop of London , in the Year 1348 . bought a Piece of Ground, called No Mans Land , which he inclosed with a Wall of Brick, and dedicated for Burial of the Dead, builded thereupon a John Strype's Survey of London Online

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    , ii. 71. Noble Street , i. 303, 306, 312, 315. Nocton Park Priory , ii. 43, 363. No Mans Land , ii. 81, 133, 370. Norfolk , 1, 31, 110, 113, 144, 276; ii. 5. Normandy , i. 28, British History Online

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    Festival. Bdifrd School Bcard. vSaorougia: Adjourned Brewsv7-r Sesskc¢as leeds Grand Theatre: On the 'March" leeds Theatre Ho; a: "No Mans Land." Srborhugh Spa: '.ine lute Mr. Costello.- P rofessor Crorier's Trained Hforses in Leeds. LORD ROSEBERY TO VISIT SUIELDS. Lord Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ~ORT$mANSC A2mET~ sol nrED BY VATES,." II- EL''' ____________ HORNE SPRTING PUBLIC. to that the fullest particulars of pro- begsrta and the Ring in particular, will in ' fpogts in gen Country Edition, therefore, our subscri. tacbe 100od in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the Customs Protection Bill wsca continued in the colony. The home government has consented to the annexation of No Mans Land. GAIOALDI AND FnAwcots VIcTOR Huao.-MK Frannois Victor Hugo, having dedicatedto General Garibaldi the 13th volume of his Masterly translation Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    GENERAL NEWS Stanley has been offered an engagement for fifty lectures in the United States at 81,000 each. No less than 16,000,000 eggs were imported into the} United States last year at a first cost of 7£d. per d^zen. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    DAUGHTER. 2 vols., demy 810.. 30s. [Second Edition, Fifth Thouiand. Cliapman ant' Hall (Limited;. Ida, Piccadilly. C~THRONICLES of NO MANS LAND J By F. BOYLE, Author of " Camp Notes." Laige crown Svo , 10s. 6d. "No review can give Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    John of Jerusalem and the Hospital of St. Bartholomew. Its desolate aspect caused it to be known as "No Mans Land." The Bishop of London, Ralph Stratford, bought it in 1381 and consecrated it as a burial-ground for the victims Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LITERATURE. S<ISSE-T- MYTHOLOGY.* onderfol myths of ancient Greece and Italy, heai- y for those who can comprehend Waning, are, for the mos \ P art > wholly i (,it young P e °pk'» ***** not only on iX " Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    I llursley Staudish's . . . Monday . . Dog ?rook " 104 5 , Friday.. . . No Mans Land !!!!!!!.! '.10' 45 Hurwortn.. Tuesd'i. Ki?.!. r v jl4 Thursday. Neashain Village ".'. 10 4*3 '■ Saturday.. Northallerton 1045 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    'Cyber Pass. By E. F. TREVELYAN. CrownSvo ,!'s. Cfcapmaii and Hail, 103. Piccadilly. il b RON ICLES of NO MANS LAND V> By F. BOYLE. Author 1 1 "Camp Notes." taige crown Rv» . 103. 6W Chapman ar.d Hall, iw, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ; Thursday Basali. I diate .Saturday, Harewood Park, 11. ■»■/■■ Hertfordshire- Monday, Broadwater ; Wednesday, Meppersbiw I Friday, No Mans Land ; Saturday, Ayot, 11. Heythrop- ilonday, Boulters Barn ; Wednesday, Led_»ii I Village; Friday, Bourton-on-the-Water ; Saturday, Contttt ■ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Newark Market Place, 11. Hertfordshire- Monday, Streatley ; Wednesday, Offley Holes ; Friday, Red Lion, Hatfield ; Saturday, No Mans Land, 11. Herefordshire, North- Monday, Munderfleld Harold ; Thursday, Bartestree Cross-roads ; Saturday, Ford Bridge, 11. Herefordshire, South- Tuesday, Bryngmyr Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of May, and that all charges made on the 20th are ordered to be cancelled. A fight at No Mans Land, in Hertfordshire, between Simon Byrne and Deaf Burke, took place yesterday week, and terminated in the death of the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    The thirty-second annual report of the deputy keeper of the public records., 1871

    parish of Birmingham. Niton, Isle of Wight.— Site for Methodist chapel, &c. at, (connected with trusts at Skircoat.) No Mans Land, co. Wilts. — Primitive Methodist chapel and school at. Norbury, co. Chester. — Buildings, &c. at, in aid of Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Census of England and Wales, 1871. (33 & 34 Vict. c. 107.) Population tables. Area, houses, and inhabitants. Vol. II. Registration or union counties., 1872

    Nolton . Pemb. Par. No Mans Heath Wane. Par. No Mans Land (n) Derby . . NoMansLand(n) Devon No Mans Land Essex No MansLnnd . Hants No Mans Land Wilt* Par. Nouingtou . Kent Par. Nook . Nthmb. Tp. Nook(n) Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Census of England and Wales for the year 1861. Population tables. Vol. I. Numbers and distribution of the people., 1862

    . . Pemb. Par. No Mans Heath . Warw. Par. No Mans Land . Chesh. No Mans Land . Devon Tar. No Mans Land . Essex No Mans Land . Wilts Par. Nonington. . Kent Par. Nook . . Nthmb. Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Glasgow Boundaries Commission 1888. Report of the Glasgow Boundaries Commissioners. Vol. II. Evidence., 1888

    ; stair lights, 580 ; differential rates under £10, 5S0 ; extension of benefits of Glasgow endowments, 580. No Mans Land. See Govanhill. ORB, Mr James, resides in Fourth "Ward of Govah, 565 ; right of way case real cause Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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    3 4 Stockport, part of Parish— ? «• Marple - - - Township Offerton ... Township Komilcy.orChadkirk Township No Mans Land - l&gt; Extra Par. Stockport, part of Parish—* a Brcdbury - - Township Hydk - - -cTownship Wcrneth - Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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