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You searched for: Place: "The Hill", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Tockholes

    and heir of Richard Walmsley released to his sister Mary and John Shagh her husband the tenement called ' The Hill ' in Tockholes . 23 The family apparently ended in two heiresses, one of whom carried the mesne manor

    Witney borough Education 57. Witney grammar school: plan and elevation c. 1944. 58. Witney Church -schools treat , 1907.

    The Batt Central School , for 200 children of both sexes, was opened in 1930 in Batt House (formerly The Hill ) at Market Square, given to the rector and churchwardens for use as a school by the family of

    Schools Harrow School Harrow School

    fell. The periods of Welldon and Wood are contrasted in two novels by Old Harrovians- H. A. Vachell 's The Hill ( 1905 ), which gives an idealized picture of school life, and Sir Arnold Lunn 's The Harrovians ,

    Friern Barnet Other estates

    son Henry John Smith (d. 1868), from whose family it was bought in 1891 by Constance Hill . 50 The Hill family ran a ladies' school there in 1884 and 1900. It was acquired in 1918 as a furniture store

    Parishes Bockleton

    the original oak door also remains. The ceiling is of intersecting moulded beams inclosing plastered compartments with moulded edges. The Hill Farm, a mile and a half north of the church, to the west of the road to Tenbury, formerly

  • * British History Online * *

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    Parishes (East Ward), St Michael, Appleby

    the Machell family possessed the manor until we come to the year 1685 when Hugh Machell rebuilt the Hall. The Hill MSS. (vol. iv, 132) says it was "new remodelled and made shorter than before." Thomas Machell the antiquary, was

    Historical Collections, 1632

    old Fortress, and strongly intrenches himself, and barracado'd up all the ways, by cutting down round him the Trees. The Hill was very high and steep, craggy and bushy. But, notwithstanding all Discouragements the King having got all his Army

    Charles II, September 1678, 01 September 1678-30 September 1678

    and argued that was a better way than to shoot him. That he would stab him through the cloak. The Hill people, i.e . the novices of Watten, 4 miles from St. Omer. Coniers told him he would stab him Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from a drawing by Mr. Fraser, is a mountain scene of desolate grandeur, highly charac- teristic of the country.-" The Hill of Roy," drawn by Mr. Copley Field- ing, from a sketch by the Marchioness of Stafford, is likewise a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at present. And if the Hill wanted me, the Hill must send for me. Two days afterwards Dr Lloyd took Abbots' House, and in less than a week was proclaimed medical adviser to the Hill. The elec- tion bad been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Venus (from William of Malmes- bury): for February, Bellerophon in Lycia (his dealings with the Amazons, Chimaera, &c.), and The Hill of Venus (the old German story of Tannhiuser). A short epilogue disposing of the Wanderers from Norway, will end Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mion" at the Dudley Gallery. " After Sunset (32), and " The Hill Path " (43), are most suggestive and poetical. The luminous rainy sky in "The. Hill Path" is very good, but light in the foreground seems to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Apples. The Fostering of Aslaug. Bellerophon in Argos. The Ring given to Venus. Epilogue and L'envoi. Bellerophon in Lycia. The Hill of Venus. ATuaw]EnU1I.-" In this Fourth Part Sr Morris carries through to its conclusion, with unflagging power and interest, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KNIGHT, Sir John (d.1718), of The Hill, Bristol and Congresbury, Som.

    (d.1718), of The Hill, Bristol and Congresbury, Som. Constituency Dates Bristol 1689 Bristol 1690 Ofifces Held Member of merchant venturers, Bristol 1675, warden 1681-2; freeman, Bristol 1675; common councilman 1679-85, Oct. 1688-1702, sheriff 1681-2, mayor 1690-1; commr. for assessment, Bristol

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