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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Lichfield , St John the Baptist

    387-8 ( 1822 ), x. Harwood , Lichfield , 556; H. Baylis , Hosp. of St. John Baptist without the Barrs of the City of Lichfield ( Lichfield , 1958), 11, 26. Lepers and the insane were not to be

    The parish of Selborne

    by John Daborne, but now by Edward Wake , 89 as far as the gate that goes out of the Barrs into the stony lane.' A visit was to be paid to Norton Farm by the beaters of the bounds

    Parishes Burnham with Lower Boveney

    and good timber. The walls were 3 ft. thick and were 'well garnished with faire windowes and with stronge iron Barrs in them.' Before the house stretched two green courts. There was a spacious yard, two orchards planted with old

    Index A - K

    n , 228 Perry Hall , 101, 103 Barrington , Frances, m. Wm. Legge, earl of Dartmouth (d. 1853), 20 Barrs , Jos., 75-6 Barton-upon-Humber (Lincs.), 114 Bascote (in Long Itchington , Warws.), 214-15, 266 Bass Charrington Ltd ., 117

    Index A-J

    Rd ., Ansty Rd., Alma St ., Bablake St., Bancroft Lane , Barkers Butts Lane , Barrack Yard, Barras ( Barrs ) Lane, Bayley Lane, Beechwood Avenue , Berry St ., Binley Rd., Bird St ., Bishop St ., Bond

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    awr ar daith yn Rwiwa. Bwjadai Wm Iltn Zanzibar adael Llutdai4 ,Barrs odd Dywedir fod amimw ffarfiau or 'cholera' yn Berlin, gae ac yniachqsi dibystr. mawr ar. fywrydaunof - d dde Oyfrifir fqd1~yn,.R'wsia 16,6060%000 g au, tra ' we( oesi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his house, Grosvenor:-place, Allan, second sop of the Earl rf GalloWay. At Dunse, Miss Aitchisous, daoghtereof Mr. Aitchisno, of Renton, Barrs. This young lady was at the dancisg- school, and had danced a minuet; she sat down, and ras complaining Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he oudd not con ei~ve how' a Kftng 6o2d be 4ires2td, hlsouggh he 1hght ibi kilek - addim1, 144 itken- Barrs swe an ofirer to arrest hZin4-hU drew hi's si6id, ain, Mla$ the Directory ?1!igkt haute ie b . -If Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eamp- itat1 tiae lime Iran wa.n taaen itto etuttry To this yoaitla, %vhIo's sittaliujiv obievicus, orre of tlte coutsti rrtors (Barrs') brst 'rpplied its statiroil at (lireapsicde, asrcre tile diry-laboareasassemble to 'aot far relUloytanelit. 13urn leaidon, beirgitotalls ti-norant of Ire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Moreton street, Pimlico, upholsterer. [Norton and Co, New street, Bishopsgate.-J Barrs, Sedgley,Staffordshlire, chemist. [Jackson, West Bromwich.-E Hodges, Shrewsbury, boot and shoemaker. (Suckling, Birm- ingham.-J Jackson, Digby, Lincolnshire, cattle dealeLr [Blown and Son, Lincoln. -M W Bawden, Liskeard, Cornwall, assayer of Subscribers-only content


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