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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Four Towers

    , and Shepton Montague , on the western side of the Selwood ridge. 70 The estate was known as Old Lodge in 1739 . 71 The four towers, hence the name Stavordale castle, were built possibly by Nathaniel Ireson in

    Earls Colne ` Manors and other estates

    it had passed to Filmer Honeywood of Markshall , and it descended with the Marks Hall estate thereafter. 32 Old Lodge Farm incorporates a 15th-century fragment of the Great Lodge . Timber-framed and almost square in plan with a west

    Lilleshall Economic history

    the Old Lodge . In 1830 the Donnington Wood and Old Lodge ironworks together produced 15,110 tons. A third furnace was added at the Old Lodge in 1846 and two more c . 1859. 22 The Old Lodge furnaces produced

    List of illustrations

    neg. B 2623 5 Orleton : the hall. Photograph by P. A. Stamper , 1983 6 Lilleshall : the Old Lodge c . 1800. Watercolour in S.P.L., J. H. Smith colln. no. 126 7 Burcot : tollhouse. Photograph by P.

    The colleges and halls Magdalene Magdalene College . Quarterly per pale indented or and azure a bend azure and two eagles or with a fret and two martlets or on the bend .

    to the College buildings was made until 1835, when the present Master's Lodge was built; that portion of the Old Lodge which occupied the north side of the First Court was then turned partly into the library and partly into

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Richard Muspratt, Cornist Farm, Fflint, DOFEDNOD. Ceiliog a jiar (Dorkios); gwobr gyntaf lp; ail lOs. laf, Mr J Roberts, Old Lodge, Nannerch, Wyddgrug; 2il, Mr James Griffiths, Stansty Farm, Wrecsam. Eto ganme fowl; -wobr gyntaf lp; ail lOs. laf, Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of ONE SHILLING ADDITIONAL, And presentation of the remaining half of the Ticket at the Park Entrance, near the Old Lodge, opposite the Church, TiceetstobehadatMr Maher's 108A NewStreet; Mr.Anderson's, Paradise Street; at the Old Trces, hockley, (late Tuckey's;) at Lloyd's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of ONE SHILLING ADDITIONAL, And presentation of the remaining h-alf of the Ticket at the Parck Entrance, near the Old Lodge, opposite the Choral. 2191 Ticrets to be hbd at Mr. Mahoer's, IA, New Street; Mr. Ariderson's, Paradise Street; at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Grand Avenue Gates. No Carriages till be admitted in the Park.-Excilrraon s Vans to e tputr at the Old Lodge Ga tes only, prl other entrancee being closed. * Aston Park Shaveholdlees wfill beo droitted at. half -price. THAOLEM Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N.B.-Admiesaion to the PAnK can be obtained from Six to Nine a~m. each week day, iky application at the Old Lodge Entrance. 3SO By Order.D. J. O'NEILL, Secretary. ASTON. HALL EXHIBITION. a RECREATIONS IN SCIENCE. M R. T. MORRIS will Subscribers-only content

 

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