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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Coventry Mills

    the main entry. 12 ALDERFORD MILL (Alrenford, Alvenford or Aldeford Mill, Langley 's Mill, Pegg Mill, Mill in the Hole, Beasley 's Mill) lay on the River Sherbourne , within the manor of Pinley between Dilcock's Mill and Whitley Mill

    Bethnal Green Economic History

    named in 1703 : 11 Border 's, Goodwell's, Brown's, Sharp's, Kemp's, Richardson's, Satchwell's, Austin 's, Hambleton 's, Simkins's, Penn 's, Beasley 's, 12 and Edger 's. There were five unnamed gardens: Benjamin How's and Dickens's repectively west and east of

    Index A-J

    Thos., Baynes , Wm., Bayning , Paul, Vct., trustees of, Bayst , Wm., Beane , Wm., Beardwood , see Barwood Beasley 's gdn. , Beaumont , Sir Hen ., wid. of, see Lovayne, Marg. Beaumont Sq. (M.E.O.T.) , Beautility ,

    Index A-J

    (fl. 1361), n , fam., Baunfield , Rob. de, Bawdes , Chas., Eliz., see Boyville; John, Rob., Bayle , Thome, Beasley , Sam., Beauchamp , de, Guy, Earl of Warwick (d. 1315), Marg., Ctss. of Warwick (d. 1406), Ralph, Ric.,

    Index A-J

    , baths , public, see swimming pools Baunton , Wm., Rector of Harrow , Baxter, H. , Beaconsfield (Bucks.) , Beasley , Thos., Beauchamp , Ric., Bp. of Salisbury , Beaumont , Hen., John (d. 1342), Sir John (fl. 1386),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lady Car- digan, had suiscribed 30001. to prorure for the Rev. T. Bra'- ley a vacrancy ini S.tlisrbry Cathedral: Mr.- Beasley, he saidl had vsritten axgainst t're Catwolics, and had the interest of the DLskcseof Cariibriigeanai Comnberlaod,-Thbe third letter stated Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mas- ter, she wandered about the streets, until a poor coal-porter took compas. sion on her. This man's name was Beasley; he lived in Gardiner'slane, and though he had many children, lie gave her board and lodging for severai weeks; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his 51st year, Charles Cope, Esq. of Chadlane hill, Edgbastoan, near Birmingham. On the lIst ist, in Bath terrace, Newingta, Noah Slee, Esg. in his 51st year. III Bernet. stlrost, Lady flenaley, Widowr of the laW SiiX Wm., Beasley, Bart. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    50, Holborn bridge; Vines; 75, Aldersgate street; Grignon, 171, Regent street; Bolton, 15, Crown row, Walwoyth read; Moss, Chemist, Cheltenham; Beasley and Jones, Chemists, Leamiugton; Owven, II, Upper Parade, Leamingtona; Mordaunit, Chemist, Soothampton; Dale, grocer, Coleshill; Pried, Stationer, Coventry; - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grignon, 17 i, Regent street; Richards, 55 St James's street; Belton, 15, Crown row, Wal- worth road; Moss, Chemist, Cheltenham; Beasley and Jones, Chemists, Leaning' ton; Owen, 31, Upper Parade, Leamington; Mordaunt, Chemist, Southampton; Dale, grocer, Coleshill; Price, Stationer, Coventry; Subscribers-only content


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