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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bulkington

    of Bulkington village lies Barnacle , connected with it by a field path, no doubt the 'ancient paved causey' mentioned in 1659 . 3 Just to the west of the hamlet is the moated site of Barnacle Park . 4

    Parishes Shilton

    history of the parish is closely bound up with Ansty , 1/2 mile nearer Coventry on the main road, and Barnacle , a hamlet of Bulkington partly in this parish. The village lies centrally in the parish at about 350

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Ansty

    have assumed jurisdiction over Ansty . 33 In 1649, too, Barnacle was being assessed for rates with Shilton , not with Bulkington . The Aglionby family, the tenants of Barnacle Hall in the early 17th century, and the Fielding family,

    The hundred of Knightlow

    produced. The fees paid in this century are: 1 d . from Arley , Astley , Birdingbury , Bramcote , Barnacle and Shilton , Little Walton , and Woolscot; 11/2 d . from Bourton and Draycot , Napton, Radford Semele

    Parishes Shotteswell

    She was probably the Elizabeth wife of Thomas Lucy who in 1351 conveyed her life interest in the manor of Barnacle to Robert FitzWyth: Feet of F . (Dugd. Soc. xviii), 2033. Cal. Inq. p.m . vi, 748. Cat. Anct.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this, there are two geese on the lawn before me. One of them is a Canada goose, the other a barnacle gander. The latter is about half the size of the former. Notwithstanding this disparity, the old fool of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by calling him a Pecksniff, or a particular form of worthlessness in a statesman is expressed by calling him a Barnacle. Of the sins of a class Mrs Gamp is an emblem; Mr Bumble is an emblem of another thing, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. 0. Bridgeian--0 thee 14th, H. Blundell, Esq., to the Hon. Beatrice Byng. DEATHS.-At Portfleld, Haverfordwest, Mrs Luke, aged too-At Barnacle, Mr C. Sharps, st-Tn Mlaryleboue street, Mr Wilkinsone, 0- At Stokesley, Mrs Grace Batulet, 94-On the coth, Mrs R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the misuse of words is found by Mr Mfuller in the medifeval fable of the Barnacle goose being produced from the shell of the cirrhopode Barnacle, and many like cases. But even here the philo- logist is not always to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    almost spoilt him. eazacrd. With what ? Barnacle. With modesty; a thing, you know, Not here in fashion. But that's almost cur'd. I would allow him to be drunk. Hazard. You may, sir. Barnacle, Or anything to speak him a Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    PETITIONS—co»*mt<«/. 869 I. Petitions for Relief with respect to various Matters, &c—(confmtied)— retowe to- Shipping Interest—con&rawerf. [1826-7.] For the Protection thereof— wmfe'/iwed Owners of Ships trading from, lxxxii. 327, p. Hull, Port of Ship- builders, 426.—Kmcardinc-upon-the-Forth, Ship-owners 428 p Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1800, 28 April 1800

    poration Bill> ¦committed. Barnacle with Pilfgate Inclo- fiire Bill, re¬ ported. fcyhall liiclc- fure Bill, re- fxjrted. 2 8° Jprilis. 434 A Bill to enlarge the "Powers of the Direftors and Guardians of the Poor within the feveral Hundreds, Towns, Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1826, 16 February 1826

    7 Geo, IV. 16° Fehruarii. 61 Petitions against Im¬ portation of Foreign Silks. Petition against Im¬ portation of Gloves. Petition for recovery of Small Debts, Plymouth and Dart¬ moor Rail- Hit amongst the lower classes of the community, dependent Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    per¬ sons ; To be printed, 49. Of Distressed Ribbon Weavers of Atherstone ; of Ribbon Weavers and others, of Barnacle, 61. Of Silk Throwsters of Somersetshire ; and of Merchants and others, of Manchester; To be printed, 75. Of Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1830, 15 February 1830

    Saint Helen's and several parishes, townships, hamlets or places of Bulking- Runcorn Gap Railway Petition, the Parties be permitted ton, Barnacle, Weston, Shilton, Combe otherwise Combe to proceed with their Bill. Fields, Bolehall and Amington, in the said county oiWar- Subscribers-only content


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