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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Spaxton Spaxton , Charlinch and Postridge c. 1838

    house, rectory, church house, two mills, and some cottages beside the Peartwater, all on a loop running from the Old Way , 78 a road from Cannington which led directly to the Quantock ridgeway. The road from Bridgwater and Durleigh

    Upton Noble Upton Noble in 1843

    which is on the Cornbrash limestone. 48 The Bruton-Frome road , probably on the route of the early medieval Old Way , 49 was turnpiked by the Bruton trust in 1810 when improvements were made to the route. 50 East

    Parishes Chipstable

    of the Pilton and Pickwell Down beds. 6 Its western boundary with Raddington is marked largely by the wide Old Way . 7 The River Tone marks the eastern boundary, its narrow, steep-si ded valley heavily wooded in the north,

    Parishes Raddington

    boundary, with Chipstable , is largely the course of a wide hollow way, known in the 19th century as Old Way , which runs from Old Bank 2 above Potter's Cross and continues southwards to an eastwest route through Raddington

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    Road, Hardway , herpath, Landshire Lane, London , market, New Law Way , New Road , Old Law Way, Old Way , Portway (Porteway), turnpikes, Robert (fl. 1086) , Robert , count of Mortain, Robert son of Gerold , Robert

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of new Gothic Houses ini Banbury-P~lan of Roman Buildings in Vised- worth, Gloucestershire-A Qeorter of a Century's. Street Improvemenls....The Old Way in Art-Life of David Robertas -asitary Hatters-Who Benefits by rTrade Unions?- District burveyors-and various other Articles, with all cog- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Burnett. Le? 2. All chat MESStItAGE. sonata on Sandy Old Way, in aforesaid, ira cisc oceinoanon I Thomas Smfth. Lot-I. All thea Mk15ft'AGE and Butober's Shop. situate u?. Old Way, Teaden aforeenid. with the SInnrhner-horina soc adjoining, now in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    munch utuo Jill bui~visig forgotten to bring, cite wvax fur cite pro- anise'1 cast of lils toes, called Idini ''Old Way, nd asked huts whitouer lie would like to have a npiece of late "dwaporv." Some otis havinlg tampered wills Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    btipsine~ss ~oin I onabl ofdoig to lrcet reil-mo b1 seiness in totsneigh- hoohoo, eltg ittald a te lndson oSandy Old Way, and y Town-streetio the cente of Yeacra * Fr ijrhe patiulas ed oyfnrhe-Inoroatonappy oand WiliamBirh; r t th~uciouers No Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cad a hitrge qurlrrtitv ef kitcbon arid cuinarrry requirritos. lull pirritrurhres tee poctiter. Airctonneer'e Office I125, Nihrkanse, Leeds. oandy Old Way, Yearlon, seelr Leerlo, .1 tic~~~H J. G. oan-tar. in ii I-lin /tinnr. - Tr 1 .inpoatnt-setCale of 'Trlls, Pro~ti Subscribers-only content

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