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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Drayton Mills

    M. 1. Ibid. E.D. 10, 11. A survey of 1557 mentions the ' New Mill ' and the ' Old Mill ': M.R.O., Acc. 446/E.M. 38. Ibid. E.D. 28;/E.F. 15/2. E 178/ 1430 . M.R.O., Acc. 446/M. 3 (court roll,

    Elsworth Economic history

    village. About 1800 Pittdean field covered c . 1,085 a., including c . 220 a. in the east, called Old Mill field, while Middle and Low fields respectively comprised c . 970 a. and c . 425 a. An outfield

    Woodford Economic history

    containing 5 a. in the common field. 12 The tithe map shows strips only in the common meadow (now Old Mill playing field). 13 By the mid 18th century the fields had been inclosed with hedges. Wheat, oats, and peas

    Laughton

    Council houses, erected after the Second World War, represents the only modern building in the village. Lodge Farm and Old Mill Barn in the south of the parish were both built in the 19th century. Manor Farm is an early-19th-century

    North Petherton Economic history

    of the churchyard and gave its name to Mill Street . It survived as a private house called the Old Mill in 1984 . A mill near Clavelshay in the late 17th century, possibly at King's Cliff , 73 had

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - - Dead Game - _ _ ditto -- - Selling Rabbits - - Shayer - - - Ant Old Mill - - _ - Barnicle - - Urqu hart Castle - _ - Scott The Shipwreck - - Lawrence Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and J. Motteram, Birmingham, attorneys-Smith and Eldridge, Charles street, lIatton garden, linen drapers-J. Speight, W. Keay, and G. Russell, Old Mill, near Barnaley, Yorkshire, flax spinners-Mitchell and Ward, Batley, York- shire, woolslaplers..Gois~on and Raomey, Spalding, Lincoln- shire, rrercersT. Ronlledge, J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    while the study is proceeding. There is a pleasant rural scene by the late J. C. Bentley, called The Old Mill Ferry. Mr James Ward's picture of Daniel in the Dez of Lions is incomprehensible enough as a work of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    George Fripp is another of those safe and equal painters whose excellence fails rarely to satisfy all eyes. His Old Mill, at Ringwood, Hants, is a delightful study; so is the Village Green in Herts. Mr Alfred Fripp is so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that haunt of Balder a view from a height with an admirably painted foreground of basaltic rock, and his Old Mill looks on a thoroughly Swedish land- scape. Among the figure-painters, while there is a tendency to mere prettiness in Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Supplementary documents

    the paine of ane hundrethe pund and deprivatioun from his millerscheip. IX. Act of the Mill Court of the Old Mill of Partick. Glasgow, 21 June 1625. [ Extract in the Archives of the City. Inventory, Vol. I., b .

    Council Minutes, Minutes, 1794-1817

    779. 0. 0 Corporation agree to give Lord Bute and Lord Dumfries Saunders House 96. 15. 0 Waste near Old Mill 1. 12. 0 3 Houses out of West Gate 69. 0. 0 Kays House 205. 4. 0 Waste near

    Historical preface, 1636-7

    281 ] . On the following day possession was given to the tacksmen of the Old Mill of Partick, the new mill, the old mill, and the mills belonging to the laird of Minto, called the sub-dean's mills, which last

    Further additions and corrections to the Preface, Pages ci - ccl

    the following day the bailies gave possession to the tacksman of the Old Mill of Partick, the New Mill (called Archibald Lyon's mill), the town's Old Mill (on the Molendinar), and the mills belonging to the laird of Minto called

 

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