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  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Warrants, April 1716, 1-10, 01 April 1716-10 April 1716

    and candle for the Guard to watch by 2 15 0 paid ten men who went from Berwick to Park End with spades to make the roads passable 2 0 0 paid to several guides 2 5 0 paid for

    Entry Book, March 1673-4, 01 March 1674-31 March 1674

    . c onsideration money) of all the materials of the furnaces called Howbrooke furnace and Park End furnace and the forges called Park End forge and Whitecroft forge and all other His Majesty's ironworks in the forest of Dean, co.

    Index, P, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    383. Paris , John de, founder of the Hospital of St. John Baptist at Bedford, 138. Park End (co. Gloucester), 626. Park End coppice (Wyre Forest, co. Worcester), 29. Parke , Nicholas, a King's waiter, 54. Parke (Bradninch, co. Devon),

    Index, D, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    -, ironworks in, 150, 228, 229 grant of, to the Villiers, 175 sale of ironworks (Howbrook Furnace, Park End Furnace, Park End Forge, and Whitecroft Forge), 489, 529, 543. -, -, keepers, 268, 317, 319, 689, 727, 802, 822, 861.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM.THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, February 20. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Woodward and Wiles, Sheffield, iron merchants-M. Fry and S. Sharland, Bishopsgate street Within, milliners-H. Peers and W. Baker, Birkenhead, Cheshire, stone masons-G Osborn and J. Pulman, Exeter, whip manufacturers-Dufl' and Atkin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grocer, draper, pravision and wine and split er deGoers. D wA2'E, formerly of Bristol Road, Gloucester, en b Streot, Park End Eoad, Gloecester, grocer, nd roAs.! am-KY Ucrscnc9, Onstom House Hotel, Bats ty re arf and aiso of the Giuslody Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and where anid 'aIl Jon g lastcn-g ed, with testimonials, also photograph:. if eon.- vYnie,8snrhech ~ir breturned, Miss Pope, Park End, Didaisy QUEIRAdvantagea i Ladies' 'Sehotl, in bsiautifusl part of -Freosh, Ges'man. Foreign govqrneoss masters, Libqral diet 'ad - bomocomforts. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SI.TUATIONS WANTED EY (cowd-u) voirar young an, 32, ReqUires Situation; d =:dr-Adrcs C.31, Dall root. 6922 a) d ',~evl land, er Deliver; igl.E aus 1 (ken,,tictry -Wanted to Apprentice, respectable I 'ur 43. Dolly Pest.6~ at ,i necend. sinigle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with roads, streams, and houses. The surface of the country is lifted off to show the strata of the Park End coal vein; then, lower down, the workings in the Churchway and High Delf veins, and lower still, the Coleford Subscribers-only content

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