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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Savernake SAVERNAKE c . 1817

    Above, this section. W.R.O. 9/22/232H. O.S. Map 6", Wilts . XXXVI ( 1888 edn.). For Ram Alley , above, Burbage , intro. ( Ram Alley ). e.g. Pipe R . 1194 (P.R.S. N.S. x), 10; Cal. Pat . 1266-72 ,

    Burbage BURBAGE 1843

    were presumably those lying north-west of Stibb Green and called Ram Alley ponds in 1773 . 60 In 1995 there was one large pond on the site of Ram Alley ponds. In the north-south lane called Westcourt a 17th-century house,

    Parishes Stoke Goldington

    with Gayhurst in 1848 , 7 was annexed to Stoke Goldington in 1865 by an order of quarter sessions. Ram Alley is a small hamlet to the south-east of the village, comprising a group of 17th-century stone cottages with thatched


    the northern tip of the parish two cottages standing in 1634 and three in 1721 -2 were part of Ram Alley , 88 a small settlement mainly in Burbage . 89 A pair of cottages was replaced by a house

    Parishes Belbroughton

    south front of the west wing is also gabled. All the roofs are tiled. Moor Hall , Belbroughton The Ram Alley Brook flows through the parish westward. At intervals it has been widened into ponds, which furnish the motive power

  • * British History Online * *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Farringdon Ward Without, St Dunstan Precinct, Ram Alley

    The Pound Aid 1693-1694 City of London, Farringdon Ward Without, St Dunstan Precinct, Ram Alley City of London, Farringdon Ward Without, St Dunstan Precinct, Ram Alley 9 records Name Property Stock Tax assessment £ Rental value £ Tax assessment £


    from which wine is sold. quarter : measure of grain equal to eight bushels. quintal (kt): see hundredweight . Ram Alley : or Hare Place south of Fleet Street, a place of sanctuary in the seventeenth century and hence a

    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Dunstan in the West

    397a. Robt. Clark 40 Edw. Grange 26/13/4 Thos. Robinson 5 Widow Holloway 20 Thos. Heath 25 Ansell Carter 26/13/4 Ram Alley. Christopher Fisher 25 John Loader 15 John Twyny 15 Thos. Procter 15 Widow Jephson 12 John Howson 15 Hugh

    Index of places

    Prene Alley Preists Alley a . Primrose Alley Pudding Lane a . Queenhithe a ; Ward Queen's Head Alley Ram Alley a . Rame's Head House Raphes Key Raven Court Redcrosse Alley a , a , St., Redgate Yard Red

    General Index, R, 01 March 1628-30 June 1629

    St. Clement Danes, release to Henry, of Cleydon, letter of Lady, warrant to Sir Walter his son his wife Ram Alley Rammekins Ramsay , David, petition of grants to Ramsden , Hugh, presentation to Sir John commission to Ramsey , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    another edition, or used in such and such a sense in a certain act, scene, or line of " Ram Alley " or " The Revenger's Tragedy," or that Mr. Tennyson or Mr. Browning has given utterance to a similar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    another sanctuary in the Minories. Tnere wore others in the neighbourhood of Fleet Street - viz., Salisbury Court, Whitefriars, Ram Alley, Mritrt- Court ; in Holborn, FuooDd's Itents, and Baldwir,' Gardens, in Gray's-inn Lane; the Savoy in the Strand; and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TAxmIG A PAcK or HouNDs THIIOUGi A SHnEBProaD.- At the Newbury County Oourt on Wednesday, Mr. Alfred Vince, of Ram Alley Farm, Kingsolere, near Newbury, brought an action against Mr. Beach, M.P., Master of the Vine Foxhounds, to recover 601. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an authoress. -Anthrax in Hampshire. - An outbreak of anthrax has occurred among some pigs on a farm at Ram Alley, Hampshire. --A £1,500 Cracker.- Through children playing with crackers, a large building at Wilmslow, con- taining 150 tons of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Wilts, Little Bedwin or Little Bedwyn, Burbage, Bur- bage Esturmy, Burbage Savage, Burbage Dorrels, Rast- c itt, Westcott, Ram Alley, Easton, Mil-iton, Pewsey other- wise Pusey, Milton otherwise Milton Lilburne otherwise Middleton Lislebournp, Milton Lilburne, Milton Abbotts, Clinch otherwise Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 17/12/1684

    Wendesday the 17th of December , upon a Gibbet set up on purpose for him at the end of Ram Alley just against the Sign of the Three Kings in Fleetstreet : Whether, about the Hour of 10 in the

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