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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Kemerton

    links the two chief roads in the northern part, apparently took its name from one of the tenants of Upper Court in the late 15th century. 14 The shape of the village was presumably determined by the need for access

    Parishes Suckley

    the Crown In n and afterwards a police station; it is now the residence of the Misses Addis . Upper Court , the residence of Mr. Thomas Huband , is situated on a slightly elevated site about half a mile

    Heyshott Heyshott Parish Church

    manor of Heyshott . 49 In 1629 Sir Richard Grobham died seised of a tenement called Heyshott Farm otherwise Upper Court . 50 He died without issue and the property appears to have come into the possession of Sir William

    Parishes Woldingham

    arrow-heads and celts were found here about 1800 and are illustrated by Manning and Bray . The two farms, Upper Court and Nether Court, representing the divided manor, lie towards the northern part of the parish some way from the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reversed, completed the solemn and gorgeous procession. From the Upper Court to the Chapel it passed solemnly and slowly on. One circumstance occured while it was in the Upper Court which originated in chance, and yet, from the melancholy reflections Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool, merchant-S. Williams, PReaning, Beeksllre, coach proprietoe-Id. Hlawgood, Newington cause- way, Surrey, stationer-J. Hlorsfield, Suntderland, Durham, merchant tailor-J., Jackson, Upper Court, Herefordshire, farmer-A. Warrand, Skinner street, Snow hill money scrivencr -J. Bishop, Worcester, carpenter-T. Bourne, Birmingham, coai dealer-A. Gardiner, jin., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    resolution. It was on a matter of minor importance, referring to the payment of assistant judges at the so-called Upper Court of Justice. The motion had been brought in to strike out from the Budget the sum demanded by Ministers. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Minister of Justice to provide him with an official defender. It is further stated that the President of the Upper Court is at loggerheads with the Public Prosecutor, which latter belongs to the Opposition. Excepting the state of affairs in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    able entirely to approve his actions, and have occasionally retired rather than have a scandalous quarrel in the " Upper Court." It is not often that we can cordially agree with Mr. Deputy Lowman Taylor, but on Thursday he only Subscribers-only content

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