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    Islington Growth: Newington Green and Kingsland

    parish boundary. Much of the land was still fields but there were also nurseries: Barr 's at Ball's Pond , Bassington 's at Kingsland , and a third on the south side of Mildmay House on the site of Spring Victoria County History


    Chas . Chas. jr., Bartholomew , Chris. Barton , Rob. Basing : Adam de Advice de, m. Wm. de Hadestok, Bassington : Geo. Hen. Thos. Bastard , Fras. Bate , S. C. Kerr Bateman : Hen. Mary, see Mayor Wm Victoria County History

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    -, see Bergen-op-Zoom. Barton , Mr., 2723. Basle , 142, 2344. "Basque , the," 272. Bass rock , 2232, 2234. Bassington , 2415. Bastien , see Sebastian. Bastile , the, 489. "Bathecatts ," Laird of, his murder, 1812. Bavaria , British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    would meet with a Bassingbourn in Cambridgeshire, a Bassingfield in 2sotts, a Bassingham and a Bassingthorpe in Lincoln, and a Bassington in Northumberland. Side by side with these he would naturally place Basing and Basingstoke in Hants, it not also Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    live bed-rooms, three reception-rooms, good offices, ' newly decorated ; on three years' agreement or lease ; rent low.- A Bassington. 37, George-street, Baker-street. W. ST. LEONARD'S.- Furnished, splendid Detached HOUSE, in garden. About five minutes from sea. Three recep- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Furnished VILLAS to be LET at Barnes, Tirddington, East Moulsey, Shepperton, Walton, Staines Taplow, Henley, &c- Particulars on application toA. Bassington, 37, George-street, Baker-street, XV. \ RACES. - Windsor (near Cavalry Barracks, jt». and within easy and pleasant carriage drive Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TOWN and COCNTRY HO SES for SALE, or to S LET. Furnished or Unfurnished required.- Forward full particulars to A Bassington, 37, George-street, Portman- square, W. I 1 OWN HOUSE S. -Messrs. TROLLOPE'S 1 PRINTED REGISTER of W UN HOUSES Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    at Stone Bridge and Rugby or one of them with the London and Southamp- °%£* xl ?s' at or •»«* Bassington. r The LONDON and BIRMINGHAM CANAL, to enect tbe cheapest and most direct practicable line of water Communication between Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    32--Part IV. Report of the commissioners appointed in pursuance of an act of Parliament made and passed in the 5th and 6th years of King William the 4th, c. 71, intituled,"an act for appointing commis..., 1839

    "Welton. at Rasen, gave also 10/. a-year, issuing out of estates in Bassington, in this county, to be paid „, annually to the minister of this parish for preaching a lecture every Sunday afternoon in the Countess of War- parish Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Accounts and papers: forty-eight volumes.--(25.--Part I.)--Population (England and Wales)., 1863

    Anick Orange ... Apperley ... Ashington and Sheepwash Aydon - Aydon Castle ... Backworth ... b Bambrough Castle Barrow ... Bassington ... Bavington Little Beadnell Beanley ... Bearl .... Bebside Bedlington ... Belford Belford .... Bellingham ... Bellingham Bellister - Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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