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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Little Horkesley Introduction

    and conventional monsters with initials I.H.K. and date 1601. 53 At the centre of Old Joscelyns, formerly Josselyns but called Baileys in 1777 , is a late medieval cross wing jettied to the north and probably related to a hall

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    KN Neal family of Kingsdon ME Mullings, Ellett, & Co. of Cirencester (solicitors) DD /BR/ar Anderson family of London bs Baileys , Shaw , & Gillett of London (solicitors) hmp Hyde , Mahon , & Pascall of London (solicitors) lr

    Wicken Economic history

    turf for fuel, piled under sheds beside the northeast end of the lode until removed by lighter. One family, the Baileys , active from the 1860s , continued turf cutting into the 1930s . 81 Although in 1609 most of

    The city of Durham Introduction (3 of 3)

    of the period seems to be available. A hundred years before this there had been 514 householders in Elvet, the Baileys , Crossgate , Framwellgate, Gillygate, and St. Nicholas. That may be held, perhaps, to represent a total population of

    Soham Churches Soham Church in 1797

    clock, given its own bell in 1601 3 and a dial by 1700 , and replaced in 1826 . The Baileys , watchmakers at Soham , maintained the clock from the 1860s to the 1980s ; one of them left

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ileir Addresms't t Q ueen, .otiur f ouir unfortunate fellow treattireq were on Mnn- I ,,italjr convicted at tle 011 Baileys for utteting f Y tlik-niotws. Anothker scaper] tirouigh the lenity f lie Jury. 'Two were cttnvicted of haviig forged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    probably I.atietI hbini sore than all the painful disquisitions of' the Bucks, the Huttons, the Cartes, the Wal- oles, the Baileys, the Laings, and the Sharon Furniers. We arc free to confess that we have not disco- "Ored the necessity Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fee 2.s. olW. On thle ticker Bailey bad istered to. let. About a creoek afereeards lwitness weest to see if Bailey's nanse wasi over the deer. Bailey sto~od ait the door, sod easked bins what lie worsted, stud whether lie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRMINGHAM BANKRUPTCY COURT. YESTERDAY, BLarOZ9 MR. cOCOXISSIONEI{ SLNIDERS.. TiHE BANKRUPTCY OPl MESSRd. TIIOINEYCRIOrr AND GRIIFFITHIS. EXAMINATION OF MR. GRIFFTHS. This was a meeting adjourned from the preceding 'evening, on the applcetiofl of Mr. Poll, for the furfiser examination of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as a person engaged 2In financlal transactions. ~r. Foleh said he had ensterd into an agreement to purchase M~r. COrayshaw Baileys Iron. works, and he requmred a pereon wvho wsould take 2.000 shares, lu order that the company It wan Subscribers-only content

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