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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bubbenhall

    This small parish lies to the south and east of the River Avon , close to which on a slight rise stands the church, to the east of which lies the village, round a congeries of small roads. The houses

    Parishes Ashow

    124; 1931, 152. The parish lies on the River Avon between Kenilworth and Stoneleigh . The river forms the northern half of the east boundary of the parish and then turns abruptly west, with the former hamlet of Bericote 1

    Old Salisbury Before the Norman Conquest

    a mile and a quarter to the north. 1 Here, on and round a natural hill fortress overlooking the River Avon , is the site of the dead town of Old Salisbury , now chiefly remembered, under the name of

    Houses of Dominican friars Salisbury

    the Wilton house. This site lay in the west suburb of Salisbury , divided from the city by the River Avon , but connected with it by Fisherton Bridge . It was opposite the sites on which the jail and

    Parishes Hale

    The parish church is in the park to the north-west of the house. From the low banks of the River Avon , in the west of the parish, the land rises to the north-east from 108 ft. to 361 ft.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. Wood, Atrblecote, Staffordshire, innkeepers -J. Stewart and Co. Liverpool, general commission agents- R. Greaves and J. W. Judd, River Avon, carriers-Leece and Hartley, Preston and Manchester, cotton manufacturers- Barbour and Co. Great Scotland yard, Westminster, cool merchants-Roberts and Samnweil, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her larboard and starboard sides. She proceeded in safety to below the Round Point_ a dangerous part of the river Avon; and about 200 yards further down, near the second point, she went ashore on the Gloucestershire side. Unfortunately, having Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    upon every slight occasion his., neighbours taunted him with his crime. An accident took place on Tuesday, on the river Avon. It being at the time a very dense fog, the Severn, Newport screw steamer, was coming up the river, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to school, but never returned, nor could any tidingakbe obtained respecting him. -Fearing that he had fallen into thg river Avon, it was dragged but without success, and the 6 i*atter remupied enveloped in-mystery until -three days had elapsed, when Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    put to bed, and died on Tuesday afternoon. DEATH BY DRowNONG.-A husband, wife, and child were drowned in the river Avon, about six or seven miles from Bath, on Saturday. Mr Tauner, ironmonger, in Bradford, constructed an engine by which Subscribers-only content


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