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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Outlying villages Sutton

    to the River Hull in the south of the parish. 111 Ancient inclosures occupied a comparatively small area of the parish. Apart from crofts and garths around the two settlements, there were closes along the River Hull near Stoneferry 112

    The city of Kingston upon Hull Parishes and Townships c. 1850 The county of Hull Modern boundary extensions Growth of the urban area

    of other Yorkshire wool-growers, planted the 'new town' of Wyke upon Hull there in the late 12th century. The River Hull provided a good haven, and in 1293 the town became Kingston upon Hull with its acquisition by Edward I

    Outlying villages Drypool

    at Swine in or soon after the mid-17th century, lay on the east bank of the River Hull , at its confluence with the Humber . 1 The parish covered an area of 1,641 acres. 2 It was separated from

    Fortifications

    his own bricks and mortar. 18 The four principal gates through the walls were North Gate , by the River Hull , Beverley Gate , near the north-west angle, Myton Gate , on the west, and Hessle Gate , by

    Outlying villages Sculcoates

    lay on the east bank of the River Hull to the north and north-west of the town of Hull . 1 It covered an area of 738 acres. 2 The river formed the eastern boundary of the parish, while to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ALDWICK, John (d.1444), of Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorks.

    where he was living at the time of his death. It stood on land extending from Marketgate to the River Hull, and was actually used as a cloth hall by the burgesses during the 16th century. Not long after his

    HOTHAM, Charles (1729-94), of Dalton Hall, Yorks.

    in, brought it forward, almost whether I would or not.The business here referred to concerned proposed quays on the River Hull which the burgesses and corporation feared might expose their lands to flooding. They asked Hotham to intervene on their

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by any in the kingdom; they occupy eleven acres of ground, with water frontage to the River Humber and River Hull, having a depth of water of thirty feet. Reports made by some of the most eminent engineers who have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fronm Brlington, and Twelve from Beverley, all 5 good 'Market Towns, and within Tivo Miles of. the ir n1vigable River Hull. - - -Y The Tenaits will show the Premises, and for rrice . and other Particulars apply to Air.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TENEMENTS, COOPERS' SHOP, with YARD anid WAREHO8USES, WHEFIE.WRIGHT'S SHOP, and COAL YARD. The Manufacteory is situated close to the River Hull, that Seed attd Goods may be tcaken up and delivered by Machinery, in the cheapest anid most expeditious Maniner. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rer and Srnufounder ha r been successfully carried on for et the last 25 Years, A WpHAtRiF on the River Hull, for Shipping and re.( ceiving Goods, belongs to the PremiL So and will be.sold with I-them. ,,The Purchaser will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the projected Hull and Beverley Railway, Passes through the East Corner of ( the Estate, and the Navigable River Hull its duly one Mile distant. TheWoeo he Estate Is Freehold and Titbe.Free, and Two-thi ofthe Ptilerurasehoaey may remains on Subscribers-only content

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