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  • * Victoria County History *

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    St. Peter's Hall

    the east side and 86 yds. on the west side. The southern half of this was acquired by the Oxford Canal Company, and the northern half by the Wesleyans. Next on the south was a property called Rose Hall ,

    The City of Coventry Communications Communications

    the Coventry Canal Company was paying £7 per cent., and the Oxford Canal Company £4 7 s . 6 d . per cent. in dividend. 89 The Oxford Canal continued to pay a dividend until it was acquired by British

    Parishes Newnham Regis

    west by the Fosse Way, and for a short distance in the north-east corner it is crossed by the Oxford Canal . A few small streams rise in the northern part and flow to the Avon , and the ground

    Parishes Combe Fields

    Brinklow skirts the southern edge of the Park, and another from Brinklow to Anstey runs northwestwards, parallel to the Oxford Canal 2 and the Trent Valley section of the old L.N.W. Railway (later L.M.S.R.). There are brick-works and disused clayand

    Parishes Offchurch

    river Leam , and on the south by a small stream running close to the Warwick branch of the Oxford Canal and joining the Leam near Quintonhill; this was called the Quensenbrok in 1411 . 1 The Fosse Way crosses

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    followincg figures showing the interest psaid to the original share- , holders of the following named canals:- . The Oxford Canal 20 per cent., The Coventry Canal 2511er cent., The Treat and Mersey 45 per cent,. and The Birmingheam Canal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drained, clean, in good heart( and oultivation.$oesession sit 2,5ti~ Marsh next, or sooner by narrange- ment. (lame included. The Oxford Canal intersects part of farm. The house, cottage and extensive buildings are in thorough reair. Called Br;okdleld W~arm, In the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    henr - nd cultivaltion. '~osesaion at 25th March next, or sooner by arrange - lymeat. - Games included. The Oxford Canal intersects pert of farm. The house, cottage,, and extensive buIlding are in thorough repai11r , ,- Called Brookileld Farm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3, and cItivation. a 06sessOio n at 25th March next, or sooner by arrange - _ment. Game included. The Oxford Canal intersects part of farm. The honse, cottaga and extensive buildinTs are in thorough repair it Called Brookrield loacu, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drained, clean, in good heart adcultivation'- posisession ait 23 March next, or esoeser by arrange- 0.mont; game issoluded. The Oxford Canal Interserts part of farkis. 0. Th ossctae, and extensive building~s are in thorough repair. Stcalled Mrookiold Ferm, in tlse Subscribers-only content

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