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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Pulloxhill

    made of the manor of Upbury in connexion with that of Beeches . 58 Its origin is not known, but it is invariably mentioned afterwards in conjunction with Beeches manor. Dunstable Priory. Argent a pile sable with a horseshoe or

    Parishes Burnham with Lower Boveney

    Moat , names by which a square moated inclosure of about 2 acres in the Beeches is now known. 30 Another earthwork in the Beeches is Seven Ways Plain, a prehistoric inclosure of simple plan; it is of an irregular

    West Bromwich The growth of the town

    S.R.O., D. 564/ 8/1/21 / July 1883 , plan for construction of Beeches Rd.; ibid./ July 1884 , account of Alf. Palmer of Birmingham for making part of Beeches Rd. (drains, kerbs, etc.). For Herbert St . see trust deed

    Parishes Seavington St. Michael The Church of St. Michael , Seavington St. Michael

    St. Mary , lived either there 144 or la ter in Seavington St. Michael , at a house called the Beeches in Water Lane . 145 The present Rectory is in Seavington St. Mary . In 1315 the rector, Thomas

    Acton Growth Acton : evolution of settlement, 1822-1914

    later East Acton House and from the other side of Crown Lane as far as a house later called the Beeches . The north side had three detached houses and a row of cottages from the junction with Friars Place

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    By l. Chamebers Clrrrislresee ei..- tire AN rirr re. Serntee lierird aid Fifty-Siy. A Conn ng hanld ar t lee Beeches. i P-re-Th, feRl it ele ctane. Cermloreelcc be Peorle. I Glirlpres o) Affrtire hi Americo. filiticy of tie Grant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also very good, in the South Room;-Mr Sant's picture of the Moat, Burnham Beeches. But we linger with most pleasure before Mr Mao- Callum's study of the Beeches, casting morning shadows over the broken ground, where the lambs troop, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERARY. MR HERBERT SPENCER'S PSYCHOLOGY The Principles of Psychology. By Herbert Spencer. Second Edi- tion. Williams and Norgate. (Second Notice.) The weight of evidence is certainly in favour of the view that it is by instinct, by compound reflex Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of that town, some four hundred' yards from the police station, is a piece of waste land known as Sandwell 'Beeches. It is gradually being reclaimed for building 'purposes, but meantime is inhabited' chiefly by rooks. 'There are rabbits also Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    We cannot particularise even the best stories. There is only one that we object to, namely, "The Glen of Silver Beeches," a story that represents an improving English purchaser of Irish land as a cruel and tyrannical oppressor, whose assassination Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 May 1774, 6 May 1774

    Road from Elflone Church to the Turnpike Road " from Cirencsfler to Gloucefter, near a Place called " Comb End Beeches, in the faid County of Gloucefler j" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. ¦v I B Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1774, 11 May 1774

    14 lit. journals of the Houfe of Lords. Their Lordfliips, or ahy Five of them, to meet on the fame Day, at the fame Place; and to adjourn as they pleafe. *Pewkefbnry? Hodie 2a vice leüa eß Billa, intituled, Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1774, 13 May 1774

    Road from Elfione Church, to the «< Turnpike Road from Cirencefier to Gloucefier, near a " Place called Comb End Beeches, in the faid County " of Glouceßer" was committed. The Lord Boflon alfo reported from the Lords Com- p Subscribers-only content

    16 May 1774, 16 May 1774

    from Elflone Church to the Turn- " pike Road from Cirencefler to Glouceßer, near a " Place called Comb End Beeches, in the faid-County of tc Glouceßer." The Queflion was put, " Whether this Bill fhall « pafs ?" It Subscribers-only content

    20 August 1774, 20 August 1774

    amend the Road from El/lone Church to the Turnpike Road from Circnceficr to Glouceftcr, nea-r a Place called Comb End Beeches, m the faid County of Gkucefler." cc 33. An Aft for dividing and enclofing the feveral " Open Fields, Subscribers-only content


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