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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Broadwas

    cent.); Bredweys (xviii cent.). Broadwas is a parish in the west of Worcestershire on the left bank of the River Teme , which forms its southern and part of its western boundary. It is watered, also, by a small tributary

    Parishes Shelsley Walsh

    site of a former mill, but there is now no mill here. In 1653 the iron forge upon the River Teme in Little Shelsley and a parcel of ground called the Coal Yard were sold with the manor to Richard

    Parishes Doddenham

    county, on the road from Bromyard to Worcester . It is bounded on the west and south by the River Teme . The ground is undulating and picturesque, the greatest heights, about 400 ft., being reached at Ankerdine Hill and

    Parishes Shelsley Beauchamp

    Beauchaump (xiv cent.); Shellesley Bewchampe or Great Shellesley (xvii cent.). This parish lies on the left bank of the River Teme , which forms its western boundary. The road from Bromyard to Stourport runs across the north of the parish,

    Parishes Knightwick

    8 acres are covered with water, on the Herefordshire border of the county, on the right bank of the River Teme . Sapey Brook forms part of its western boundary. The Worcester and Bromyard branch of the Great Western railway

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sitting beont anti two or threc LEedlRooms, critic or withaout hoard: from one to three months& Ilcstsutifcclly situasted occ River Teme. Scenery unrivalledl; eaxcetlena fishing. --Apply, lSmyth,_Terneside V-illas, c6609 .t7)LOW (near).-To ice Let, good coucntry Apartments; Child ree iUl ces Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B. H. Moore . 20 0 Autumn Tints .. .. 535 Miss F. Keys . 50 1,666 On the River Teme, near Worcester . .456 H. Chaplin . 6 6 31,677 The Broker, Tryst .. 17 C. Rossiter . 21.0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOTEL and BOARDING HOMUS, and P ineorl Water BATHS£3, are NOW OPEN, xcelleut Trout and Grayling Jishing in ies River Teme, adjoining the HoteL 315 M OLLER'S PUREST NORWBUIAN COD LI VER OIL, THE ONLY MEDAL AT TEE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBlTroN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOTEL and BOARDING HOUSE, and TL Mineral Water BATHS, are NOW OPEN. Excellent Troet aud Grayllag Fnhing in the River Teme, adioiaing the ltloeL 2 STRAWBERRIES! STRAWBERRIES!! AT T CO L E ' S N U R S E R Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SWAN llOTiliL and BOARDING ROUSE, and T MIeral Water BA.THTS, are NOVY OPHR. ItrlulloentTiltrt and Oteyitig FiPlilog in the River Teme, adjoiing the Hotel,. 316 ar EVER TOO LATE TO MEND. -BAD WRITING u rhastged to a QUIck, Bold, Commercial Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1610, 01 January 1610-31 December 1610

    the King's tenant of Burrington Mills, Herefordshire, by lease from the late Queen Elizabeth. The mills stand on the River Teme, and the flood waters of the river have damaged them and their weirs and cost petitioner much in repairs.

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