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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The brick building still stood in 1956 . The ' Old Castle ' on the main road from Salisbury , stands on the site of a building called Old Castle House in 1773 . 34 A house with that name

    West Ham Worthies, entertainments, sports and pastimes

    club in 1900 , but its origin has been traced back to three earlier amateur clubs, St. Luke's , Old Castle Swifts, and Thames Ironworks. 98 A. F. Hills , of the Thames Ironworks, was the principal founder of the

    Parishes Basing or Old Basing

    is rather puzzling, as it refers to the 'old castle of Basing,' implying as it would seem that there was also a new castle at the time. But that the 'old castle' was that whose remains exist to-day is clear

    Bethnal Green Protestant Nonconformity

    and factories, reg. no. 7 St. Jude's St. 1853. 26 Unsectarian gospel mission in large workshop at no. 43 Old Castle St. opened by Wm. Jarvis 1867. Adjoining ho. acquired and 'commodious' hall for religious and other mtgs. on Sun.

    The City of Chichester General introduction

    Knights Hospitallers. Gules a cross argent . The site of the castle was given, as the place called the Old Castle , by Richard, Earl of Cornwall , about 1269, to the Grey Friars to make their dwelling. 90 The

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    orydd i dderbyn yr arian, ac iddynt hwythau eu hanfon fel y cyfarwyddwyd o'r blaen i Mr. Morgan Lewis, Old Castle, Bridgend. Darllenwyd a chadarnhawyd adrodd- iad pwyllgor y fund fisol, yr hwn oedd fel y canlyn:- 1. Rhoddodd yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he was pleased fe Write in SanishE a letter to the -Commahdants&Gover- lin, and D)eputies of. the P'rovies iBurgosr Old Castle, and Bisra3 annzoucing his intention to pay With strnpulouw. .;sesb eyery tiugssjipplied to the tioops, and cocluding by sayiug, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    took place on Monday at nine, under an elm tree, about an hundred yards west of the citadel of Old Castle, in Sarum. There was a table and two chairs, the two members (Alexanders), and eleven more-a few minutes, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sailor. We thime by Yarrow's Golden Stream. MIrish Song Notices of New Works, Literature, the Stanzas on Visiting an Old Castle. Drania, &c. &c. Saunders and Otley, Conduit street, Hauover square. THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, No. XLIV, jor April, published on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pyrenees, by Sack and Claret, by a Baceha- Henry Carling, with an Illus- naliRn. tration by George Cruikohank. The Old Castle of Arden-Teaves of The Lonely Houte, a Ghost Story Legendary Lore, by Dr W. Cooke of South America. Taylor. Subscribers-only content


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