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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Carnforth

    years running, so that each field was alternately three years corn and six years pasture. 11 Woods Tarn , Sand Hill (where fine sand was found), Foul Flush, Gait Cotes and Lang-haws Moss turbary are mentioned; also Gallihaw 12 and

    Parishes Headington

    sweep beyond it to include Wick Farm. Rejoining the brook near Bayswater Bridge , the boundary turned south-east over Sand Hill to the main road from Oxford to High Wycombe and London , at a point three miles distant from

    Protestant Nonconformity

    The group was joined by 230 Wesleyan Methodists 64 and at first met in a room behind the 'Old Sand Hill ', a public house (now demolished) in St. Andrewgate. 65 In the same year the society bought land in

    Transport PRINCIPAL LINES SERVING YORK

    and Castle ' (Skeldergate), the 'Commercial' (Nessgate), the ' Robin Hood ' (Castlegate), the 'Pack Horse' (Micklegate), the 'Old Sand Hill ' (Colliergate), and the ' Golden Lion ' (near Monk Bar ). 30 The turnpike roads also carried large

    Index A - K

    Arms , Coach and Horses , Commercial, Elephant and Castle , Etteridge 's Hotel, George, Golden Lion , Old Sand Hill , Pack Horse, Queen's Hotel, Robin Hood , Talbot, Y. Tavern , White Horse , White Swan ; see

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ASHLD FO ABOUT EIGHTY-FOUR YEIRS. E~OELL14NT COTTPAMI PROPERTY. rvi be SOLD, ns a bargain, in conseepsence of the lOwnier living out of to1,vn. by PRIVATE COONTR&O'T, a well- buib~orA~~ ROF4ILY;eanictagof Eighteen HOUOSM, withansIGardn,. roeorentl, £04. b.;ground rent, Ji23, 1ie, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (PRIDAY ). i ALB of a portion of the FURNITURE and LIBRA.RY i of tire Rev. D. Ledeeim, at Sand Hill Hou80, Ingloby Stress, lckioleld Street West, Birmsinghamu, to commenrt at half-part Ten o'clock. Cataiogues may be obtained from E. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i i THIS DAY (FRIDAT). ~ALFof aportion of the FURNITURE and LIBRARY kJ of the Rev, D. Ledoamn, at Sand Hill Homne, Ingleby Stirtl, Irhniald Street Went, lHirnminghorm, to commence at half-pait Ton o'clocke. Cataloguea way be obtained from It. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    append seleo tions for the concluding day of the Redcar efxture:- . Beaumont Selling Plate, WHITEBOY or CALMUCK MAlI': .Sand Hill Handicap, LIz or DoXCASTEp. Curp t plearhan; , Handicap, HAWKEYS or VOLGA; Zetland Handicr, BEsSIE ; Wilton Plate, Exociins Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sand FRIDAY, -tIhe 15th mnd l6th lioyember. 11381. at Eleven oerlock peempt-tbe Valuablt I. o CONTRACTOWtS PLAN.T, situate at Sand Hill, Otrdgo Hill, Mill- B~ 65 brook, and Frekinan,2, near Stalybridge, anti at Furringtou. nearI Preston, comprisiac two Loromotives, nine Subscribers-only content

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