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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bampton and Weald Buildings Bampton in 1821

    Cottage possibly c . 1700 when 'a great deal' of building was noted there. 51 Cromwell House and the Old Forge at Cheapside , in origin a substantial late 16th-century house with a later wing aligned along Church Street at


    in the 19th century although Great Tree Farm was given a new front range and new farm buildings and Old Forge in Bell Lane and Launder Cottage in Walnut Lane were rebuilt on old sites. Later in the 19th century


    has wide fire-places and a blocked window with two diagonal bars, to a former staircase, facing the street. ' Old Forge ' lies next to it on the south, and is a 16th-century house. The street front has a plastered

    Parishes Little Hallingbury

    probably the solar wing, of a late medieval house. A modern extension occupies the site of the former hall. Old Forge , Mott's Green , has at its centre a northern service cross wing of late medieval date. The hall

    Parishes Great Rissington

    19th-century building, some of it disguised by 20 th-century restoration. Restorations and enlargements with 17th-century features are numerous: the Old Forge is a notable example. The three major houses in the village are the rectory, Great Rissington Manor , and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for tho Prosecution of Felons. 2 r Prisoner, who 'pleaded guilty, <was sentenced to two montbs'Jard labour.-Thomas- Wapstaff (15), Old Forge, Swan Village, was committed for trial at the Sessions on a ehiarge of stealing two pigeons, the proerty of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE AMERICAN MARKETS. ,f [THEOUGH .EUTER'S AGENCY.] i r NE yoilX,8eptembe. 30.-Moneypey9.Cottonquiet. Ja Ptroleumfirm. Lead dull. Whea1and corn firm, but quiet. d. Flour dull. Sugar dull. Coffee-quiet. iron firm. Stockcs e opened firm, remainiung so during the morning, but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and being your flute." of "And don't forget," added Mr. Donaldson, ,to step gr, .across this afternoon to the Old. Forge, and let that scamp lie Hare kniow that the scrap is aoaded into his boat, and lies hiii there Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whilst in an unsound state of mind." Yesterday, at West Bromwich Police Court, Mary Yates (25), married woman, of Old Forge, was carged with attempting to commit suicide by cutting her throat with a razor on the Ilth inst. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eontra, WORiTH NOTICE. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEEt. be SOLD, on PIVATECONTRACT (at H by the sign of the "Old Forge H~ammer."-Por particulars adt treat, apply to Meerar. ilincblifec arnd Hooper, Solicitors, New Strneet; f or to C. Wootton, Auotioneer, Subscribers-only content

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