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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Fisherwick with Tamhorn FISHERWICK WITH TAMHORN 1921 PLAN of the MANSION in its Present state.

    next to the existing outbuildings of the farm. Bents farm to the west existed by 1841 , but the farmhouse was unoccupied in 1881 . 43 In the later 1980s the Bents was a private dwelling. The township had 12

    Leyton Manors and estates

    the Bent family, with a farm-house built after 1843 near the angle of Grove Green Road , were known as Bents or Grove farm. 264 Shortly before his death in 1893 George Heathcote sold the estate for development. By 1894

    Index A - K

    239 Fisherwick , Rog. of, see Durdent Fisherwick , Baron, see Chichester Fisherwick , 237-52 agric., 248-50 the Bents , 240, 248 Bents farm, 249 bridges, 239-40, 251 canal, 240 constablewick, 251-2 Copes Lodge , 245 Dog Kennel (Lucas) Lodge

    The City of Leicester Parliamentary history, 1660-1835

    men were reported by name as voting against the surrender, Bentley , Brooksby , Harris , and one of the Bents , presumably John. Others, thought Geary , wished them well in their opposition, but dared not declare themselves, among

    Townships Barton

    made at Manchester in 1809 . Other families formerly connected with Davyhulme were the Byroms of Salford 110 and the Bents . 111 BROMYHURST BROMYHURST became the seat of a branch of the Barton family, 112 and of another surnamed

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Theatrical Advertisements, from Garrick's first attempt in Goodmaan's-fields.-His Last Moments. Old Grimaldi's Dream. The Origin of Poetry. A Chapter on Bents. The Mitre, &c. &c. Edited by R. HUMPHREYS. London: published by Sherwood, Jones, and Co. Paterrnoster-row. ITALIAN TALES, WITH Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Is. 6d. Park .s. 4d1. to 6s. 4d. : Larb 6s 8d. to7s. 6d. HEAD OF CATTLE THIS DAY. Bents .. ...... ..... 150 ~heep' . l;.;14;8iOI Calves .14............... l45 ::- '* PRICE O1F HAY;-AND STRAW'. - :iliy... ...i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOAN SOCIETY5-1e Board of Directots'eceive pTreposals for the Sale of Reversioeaty Property, -Lif Interests, Annuities, PohiciCsOof Asasranee on Lives, Grdund Bents,' Freelitildij and Long Leasebolds, and for the Loan of Money, ots real and'Futaded Se curil. ties. All applicationsn must Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Katherine these qualities had not developed themselves to that degree; nor was his personal appearance such as CQARt.ES KEMBLE repre- Bents it. 'His nephew, Mr. MASON, played Cromwell with consider- able propriety; he did not look it quite as well Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or Fits a " Fitful Fever.'-All Diseaces hlesise crate Ot in Fits: all have Periodic Intermissions, with alternate chills and Bents, and Loop Spieits.-intermittent Fever the Type of all, proved bN the sve' cess attending the Chronothermal Treatment of Aschma. Subscribers-only content


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