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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hughley Hughley in the 18th Century

    S.P.L., Watton press cuttings, vii. 46-7; date on bridge. Fig. 34; S.P.L., Deeds 6232; Staffs. R.O., D. 1287 uncat., Jas. Bayles 's plan 1769, Sam. Botham's plan 1789; B.L. Maps, O.S.D. 207; S.R.O. 2283/2 /1; O.S. Maps 1", sheet LXI

    Parishese Broadway

    19th century. 17 A 'quarre broche' close to Middle Hill is mentioned in 1540 , 18 and a pit called Bayles or Baylye's Pitte, 19 referred to in 1585 and 1635, was probably also a quarry. In 1770, when the

    The borough of Droitwich Manors, churches and charities

    ( sic ). Same founder's mark 35 as (4). (7) ' God Save oure King. John Wheeler Edwin Barret , Bayles (Bailiffs) 1645. I.M.,' for John Martin . 36 Below the inscription is the shield of the corporation of Droitwich

    Index A-J

    : Geo., John (fl. 1811), John (fl. 1876), Sam., bay and say trade , and see baymakers Bayes , Thos., Bayles : Phil., Thos. (fl. 1659), Thos. (fl. 1764), baymakers , Bayn , John, Baynard : Ric. (d. c .


    Place , 381 ba ths , public, 218-19, 232, 381-2 Baumbrough , Clare , 347 Bawtry (W.R.), 68, 135, 174-5 Bayles , Brian, 347 Baynes , Mr., 298 Bayonne (Basses- Pyrenees ), 63-64 Bazas (Gironde), 63 Bean St. , 282

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    how many pious Pilsbashe disturbed with his doubts!' Alas, gentlemen, how willingly iiight yoa torment us, were all of you Bayles." " FABLE LXII.-THEE THORN. Tell me,' said the willow to the thorn, ' why you are so covetous of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COTTAGE in rear, let at £27. 16s., and a Range Of SHOPPING, now void, but late in occupation of Messes. Bayles and Hnllett, Rivet Manufacturerp at a rent of £24. The total annual rental as above is LA if1s., and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Messrs.- Drinks, Veon, and Sanders, carriers, Stourpori.--- --- FeLoreyAt the Msagistriites' Office, on Monday, before the Rev. Thomas Baker, -Benijamin Bayles, a navvy working on lbs Severns Line of RAilway, was charged wills steeling aipurse, containing £,7. and esome silver, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0-4; Winship, 25-e- Burbham, 0-12; Morris (not out), 5-5; McDaniel, 0-6 nuoc out), Jennens, 1-0: Davis, 1-0; Boot, 0-0 ; Bayles, 0-t ; byes, &c., 0-0; totals, 44-IS. Mletlrosc: J. Grensill, 1a-2; Ioden, 0-2; Smith, 10-4; Brookes, 0-2: Purseylove, 2-2; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    He replied, "I have paid it to Bill." I said, " I have not got it." I then went to Bayles, and he told me ho had not the money. I then wont to Sam again. And when you went Subscribers-only content

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