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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tidenham including Lancaut Introduction Lancaut , Tidenham and Woolaston c. 1810

    the plantation on Parson's Allotment. 74 The passage of the Severn between Aust and Beachley , sometimes called the Old Passage to distinguish it from the New Passage downstream, was probably in use from antiquity and was long the chief

    Index K-Z

    Oakle Street, see Churcham Oddington, Offa's Dyke , Oil Mill, see Ebley oil-mill, Oldbroke, Rog., Vicar of Churcham , Old Passage , see Beachley , passage Oldberrow , Amice of, Oldberrow (Warws.), Oldbury upon Severn , see Shepherdine Oldend ,

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, March 1738, 03 March 1738-30 March 1738

    passage with side walls, gates and doors into Dublin Castle, after pulling down the two Old Towers in the Old Passage. (Total, 598 l. 3 s. 6 d. ) [ Irish Book IX. pp. 122 5. ] March 7. 26


    of Aust, The. The passage across the Severn, from Aust Ferry to Beachley, both in Gloucestershire. Now called the Old Passage. Paten , "patent" (Latin patena .) A small, shallow plate, of precious metal, on which the Host is placed

    Index, D, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    529, 531. -, -, entrance to, 59, 471. -, -, Constable of, Hatton, T. -, -, Old Towers and Old Passage, 471. -, Custom House, 207, 368, 484. -, New Parliament House, 65, 99. -, -, -, -, finishing of,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fatal accident occurred on the river Sevem on Sunday. A new sailing-boat was making her sixth trip across the Old Passage Ferry, near Chepstow, carrying six passengers, besides her crew, consisting of the captain and four men, five horses, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they were was capsized in a violent ov * squall, midway across the river between Chepstow cl and the Old Passage. AU the men in the boat were c drowned except one, who was picked up on the sands P Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is to be feared that lie was washed overboard. A schooner was blown on to tihe rocks by the Old Passage, but fortunately the crew escaped. A vessel, supposed to belong to Bridgewvater, s-as seen bottom up- wards ill the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LIVES LOST AT THE OLD PASSAGE ON THE SEVERN. Our leaders are doubtless aware that the most direct road to Monmoutlhshire and South Wales is by crossing the Passage from Anst to Beachley. about twelve miles firno Bristol. The passage Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    took place in the treatment of Vincent.--Mr. E. Thomas showed that the Bristol mail did not go over the Old Passage. Witness had been a Chartist ten months, and had attended meetings when Frost was present. Knew nothing of any Subscribers-only content

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