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  • * Victoria County History *

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    North Petherton Education

    After a further small endowment had been given by Sir Thomas Bacon , John Slade built a schoolroom in Pound Street , North Petherton , between 1787 and 1796 . By that time pupils provided their own books but were

    Parishes Ebbesborne Wake

    Pound Street which lead s east from the church. The junction of the two streets became the centre of the village. In the 1770s , as in the late 20th century, most buildings stood on each side of Pound Street

    Warminster Introduction Warminster 1962

    Street on both sides for ½ mile beyond the High Cross and along Pound Street further than the end of Princecroft Lane. 54 Houses in Pound Street are mentioned by 1748 , 55 and some at Topps, near Princecroft Lane,

    Warminster Protestant nonconformity

    group of poor people met privately in the town; in 1789 they obtained a room at the junction of Pound Street and West Street , 75 but it was used only for prayer meetings and scripture meetings. Until 1804 all

    Warminster Industry and trade

    , 29 but in 1874 the firm which owned that mill, Charles Jupe and Sons, opened a factory at Pound Street , bringing 70 hands from Crockerton . By 1883 over 150 hands were employed, 30 but the factory no

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, December 1683, 11-20, 01 December 1683-31 December 1683

    have lately contracted with Serjeant Topham for several small tenements and a barn lying on the South side of Pound Street in Windsor, parcel of the leases to him from the Dean and Chapter of Windsor called Stratton's leases. The

    Entry Book, May 1683, 17-31, 01 May 1683-31 May 1683

    content to part with half an acre of the premises, being an orchard called Almes Knights Close, lying next Pound Street in New Windsor, for 50 l . and with another piece of ground containing 1 acre 0 rood 34

    Index, U, Z

    to Charles II, 106; rent of paid to the Corporation, 157. Mayor, 10, 110; issue to for poor, 10. Pound Street, 58, 310. Windsor (Old): allowance to vicar of for tithes of land enclosed in Windsor Great Park, 124. vicar

    Index, W, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    - -, Madderton, 905. - -, Northfield, 906. - -, Pittsfield, 1340. - -, Porthouse Lane, 1340. - -, Pound Street, 797, 994 5, 1392. - -, Puppets Close, 1340. - -, Queen Grove, 906. - -, Scivens Bush, 906.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'clock. Five or six men wvre wounded and one killed. In Pound street three of the Militia were killed. Anl industrious man named Gib- bons, in Pound street, was shot dead by the regulars. At hall-past nine o'clock all wios Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to a burial-ground in the neighbourhood for the purpose of a mock interment. In a part of Belfast called Pound street are placed, it seems, the head. quarters of the Roman Catholic body, and from this place a large number Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about ten o'clock, a servant boy, named liicael Nowlan, was stabbed in the thigh at the upper end of Pound Street, in this town. lie died this morning at six o'clock. Had he been attended to an hour earlier than Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and children collected both In Sandy Row and about Pound Street. The young people amused themselves by shouting and flinging about lighted pieces of straw, On one occasion the Pound Street party llghted a bonire, and this bein~g seen by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with fire-arms which then took place would lead to dreadful scenes last night. . . . - Barrack Street, Pound Street, Hammill Street, Durham Street, Divis Street, Sandy Row, and ad the streets adjoining the place were In a regular Subscribers-only content

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