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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Norwood , including Southall Roman catholicism.

    a large free-standing centre facade of brick. The Barn Mission took its name from evangelical services held in the 'old barn' of a Southall farm between 1862 and 1889 , when the barn was burned down. A hall was used

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A FAMILY residing in a large HOUSE, in the best part of the WEST END of LONDON. which, rem the diminution of their number, has become nsore than is reloired fortheir own ereupation. desire to meet with a GEN- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Street. T noarherlok Stret. Rnt&.&and Is. G.per week. ol-11lO ~ beLET andentredupon framedistatly thtat commnodious and 1- atilealse N "The Barn Tavern,'4 near Shrub KM11 Staion Woceser.In-arnnglow.-For further partisulasa. UPDI7 onuthePeos 02165 ~7ASAL.-T heLET th CRWN and CUSHIONf. Bridge- t. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VUlturceE. The Wrodland Gui. The Eared VtUturcs. The Marsh Owl The RaenF Vulturces. The Tree Ovl African VultureU. l The Barn Owl The Turkey.Bz/za4d. I Tee airyfooted Owl The Owls.. I The Veiled Ovl. 'lie r'now OwL The Dwarf-eared Owl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The WHEATLAND HOUNDS, at a quarter to 3lese.-This day, Dec. 1B, at Paltln, Friday, Doc. 16, at Elartsford (10.46.) The Barn PEAEC HOUNDS, at Tarelte.-ThIs day, Deo. 18, at Flagg; Saturday, Dec. 17, at &Udwark Grange. x The WOODBOsTON HOUNOS, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unfortunate fate in another world-by the question if he remembered Roger Tlohborme hitting hi3 cat with a whip in the barn, and he (Etheridge) nrsaing the said Roger with his flail. Etheridge has not been rendered haughty by his attainment Subscribers-only content

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