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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Kilmeston

    being raised by a mortgage on the estate to Richard and John Sparkes and Sarah Shurlock. 29 Long of the Holt . Sable a lion between four crosslets argent with two flaunches argent each charged with three crosslets sable .

    Parishes Kingsbury KINGSBURY HALL

    same date. The stair has a pierced balustrade of scrolled foliage ornament, probably by the same craftsman who made the Holt Hall stair. North-west of the house is a large timber-framed barn. About 200 yards south of it is a

    Spas and mineral springs Design for the pump-head at Holt as shown in frontispiece to A Brief Account of the Holt Waters by Henry Eyre , 1731

    the Holt Waters by Henry Eyre , 1731 In 1817, however, the Melksham Guide speak s disparagingly of the Holt spa but says that it has 'commodious lodging-houses and the distance affords an agreeable ride to Melksham spa'. The Holt

    Cardington CARDINGTON c. 1840

    the Holt had been its chief house. In 1921 Jesse Jones bought the Holt from Capt. S. H. Christy 's trustees, 82 and it later passed through the Vaughan (of Plaish ), Barbour , and Fildes families. 83 The Holt

    Roads Turnpike roads

    was a better road and has been the main road since this date. In the north-west of the county the Holt road trust was formed in the session 1761-2 to connect Forewood Common in Holt with Holt , Melksham ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNITED PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Thursday, Feb. 19. Tile Commission was read, appointing Lord GervonD Deputy Speahtr of that House to hear appeals.-The Earl of SHAFTESpTURY then introduce, Lord GIFFOzr to the woolsack, and afterwards moved that the mace Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOUSE AND) LAMfl TO LET (onevd). Rent 6m no l-raApyo remr.o 4 ong re Stre-A, .35 n 1Feton PRoa,4-Froal- Tfnest:oixOtoS~' 7Oi5~fi- (No. Ii, Gcoter Stet.Cpim eorlttt'd House; __jlti ~rg reire gre.Rn 1.Kes 5 hi ak dli _ M gard= Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MlACETERY. TOOLS, &zc-, FOR SALE (cordcl. r I'4ll, I'l' oile 11 22 t,~ers':m tl'-iirus 3'etablo £0n10 j it an"d talvt. S ho. (I lit-C~di'l~t N~t .inl p 3.1 0-L ,oor ae or b j Pitl.3C f anoozah. I-I ''tl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HORSES, CARRIAGES. &-., FOR SALE (canal. -(I)I( LK-SET Htormc'al aress; superior qluality: good ( ' I li -ul -WI IP 1 artolar) :silver resort-cd ;holly stuck 05 5-rheitoitito itrgain 5s. 6d. - Stephensouas D.Jpot, e , Ltt Br- ad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SIUTIN WATE BY (coned). OTATIONEiRY.-9iitiatiOfl Vantent, Iy youno Ma=; 14 years in Isthe trad.-W ., (,5, l,ea Street, Kltld..rnruistcr. C265 YjSl~tltS-Frst-laezr stylish Cutter Open to Re-enygucelnoL .t~aoeldcell'LGood reivreurcs.-Addrtss. W. )j'oia. 11,13 roesoteil ,Wtyne.Ndcen nearme Idly cis1 TrAILORSii. --Stylish Cutter Subscribers-only content

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