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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St Martin

    being a rentcharge of £4 for the parishes of St. Martin and St. Nicholas, issuing out of the Old Pheasant Inn , Worcester , applicable in apprenticing in these parishes alternately. There is also a sum of £99 1 s

    Parishes Staverton

    Bridge , and on the former boundary between Staverton and Churchdown , was open by 1755 ; 38 the Pheasant Inn , on the same road at the Golden Valley , was opened in the early 19th century, 39 evidently

    Parishes Chalfont St. Giles

    lies to the east of the Uxbridge Road , is large and scattered. Approached from the high road the Pheasant Inn is passed on the south, opposite which is the Stone, standing in its own grounds. The present house is

    Parishes Chalfont St. Peter

    passing Hill House , Deanacre and Pleasant Place . Further on are Wheatley 's Cottage, Water Hall and the Pheasant Inn before Chalfont St. Giles is reached. A branch road leads from Gravel Hill past Mount Pleasant to a colony

    The city of Worcester Charities

    the benefaction table) gave £4 every other year out of a meadow near St. Martin 's Gate (adjoining the Pheasant Inn ) for placing out a poor fatherless child as an apprentice. This parish is in possession of 190 sq.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Long. smith street, and offered him 71., but he said his rate was more. _J Taylor, of the Pheasant Inn, Staverton, an outroter, proved that he was paid 101. by Jacobs of the Dustpan, for getting a voter named Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    doubt that drinking oni an cx- rne ndtensive scale was carried on during prohibite e IRS hours at time Pheasant Inn, on the occasion referred of sat to, as the police fouiid some fifty or sixty persons Boe iat drinkisig Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hlarley, all of Qldhery, were r;-. monaed for being on the licensed premises of Isaac str, water, of the Pheasant Inn, l garley, on Suees', ti1' ult., during illegal hours. Police-sergeant tan-erl he had measured the road, and found it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beins to contain the ekad body of a cfhild, 1010 given to the police. Prisoner, wit lead feces the Pheasant Inn, Worcester, wra disrn-s~'1 then the previous September, shIe eing tl 3 was seen in the neighboitrhsood of *ro he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wase -chagd'viti hurgiseloimely broehing into -thle house Of Lewis lDaiiel, at Stenoe, end. 'stealing twelve cigars. -Prosecutor keeps the Pheasant Inn, Out1 Iead, Steiie. Onl thu ueormiieg of the 19th June, licaring a noise deovn stairs, lie scent dewav aisc Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    [Theater, Playbills] Pheasant IJ\rJ\r^ Raven Street^ Bridgnorth^ »%!%;«^l^%%%%^^^^|^%^l^yi|^< This Evening, December Qth, 1643, AND BALL fVill be held in the Large Roomy for the farewell Benefit of M^. 8IMP80JV. The Entertainments comfuct^d hg Mr. S. kindbf assisted by? SEVERAL Subscribers-only content


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