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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Clifton Hampden

    houses reflect the increased desire for comfort and privacy that characterized the period. An 18th-century house, for instance, adjoining Upper Town Farm, is a brick-built building of two stories. Both it and a neighbouring 18th-century cottage of brick and thatch

    Townships Whalley

    follows; ibid. 1184-90 , 1197-1202 . There were four shops in the churchyard and two others, one in the Upper Town . The park, two miles in circuit, was well replenished with timber and underwood; through it flowed the Calder

    Parishes Salperton

    southern, smaller settlement, which includes the church at its southern end, comprised three families and was known as the Upper Town c . 1703. 40 A farmhouse north of the churchyard, the principal residence of the rectory estate, was enlarged

    Nazeing

    the 19th century. A court roll of 1456 mentions small parcels of land in Northfield , Highfield , and Upper Town ('Obertown') which were presumably open fields. 120 Pressfield, a large open field in the north of the parish, named

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    157, 190 Salperton Park house, 155, 157-8, 160; Plate 3 schools, 166, 187 settlement, 156-8 tithes, 160 trades, 163-4 Upper Town , 156-7 vicarage, see Salperton , curacy woodland, 155, 164 salt ways , 3-4, 45, 82, 92, 106, 155-7,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Friday week, at Boulogne, a meeting between T. Gr-y, Esq. and the Rev. Mr H1-ds-n, took place near the Upper Town, the former attended by Captais-V-w-d, R. N., and the latter by Mr -. The parties fired together, when Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rho eser-menmorable Plain of Abraham, near the spot wthere the Gallant Wolfe closer! his glorious carec r3 enbraces the Upper Town of Quebec,9 the Bay filled w-ith shlpping, thei windrgs at the magniiieent St. Lawrence anti St. Charlesand an immense Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and siurrounding country, taken front the heights of Abraham, near the spot where General Wolfe fell, and comprises the Upper Town and its fPrlfidations, Cape ]iamonds, the majesty River St. Lawrence, the fertile Islands of Orleans, the Falls of MoPtmorena Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lower as well as the Upper Town, buton arriving at Palace gate it was found the figure was too high to pass under it. After passing through the principal streets of the Upper Town, and before the residence of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Very soon after I had made these arrange- ments I received your order to come to square in the Upper Town, where ' found you. I can assure you, sir, that under these critical circumstances, every man, from the private Subscribers-only content

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