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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, T

    Tegg , Elizabeth, lessee of West Park, Rockbourne, co. Hants, petition to Earl of Salisbury, 458. Teignton. See Bishopsteignton. Teignton Bishopp. See Bishopsteignton. Temple , Sir Alexander, of Newlands, St. Mary's Hoo, co. Kent, his estate valued at, 800, 14.

    Index, L

    Lowe , George, of St. Christopher, London, draper, letter to Bennet, 238. Lowe , Thomas, reeve of the manors of Bishopsteignton and Radway, co. Devon, complaints about his conduct, 38. Lowe , Mr, 238. Lowen , James, 390. Lowther ,

    Index, B

    136, 140 Bishop's Aukland. See Bishop Auckland Bishops Awkland. See Bishop Auckland Bishop's Castle (Bushop's Castle), Salop manor of, 61 Bishopsteignton (Bishop's Teynton) co. Devon 371 Bisley , co. Gloucester manor of, 363 Bitlis (Bittles) [Turkey ] 325 Bittles. See

    Index, B

    Prince of Wales, 6. Biscay , Bay of, Catherine of Braganza's ship delayed in, 444. Bishopsgate , London, 255, 396. Bishopsteignton (Teignton), co. Devon, manor of, 36, 37. Bishop Stortford (Bishops Stortford), co. Herts, 115. money collected towards defence of

    Index, H, I

    , warrant from the Commissioners for the Militia of, 434. Heriot. See Herriot, George. Heriots , on the manors of Bishopsteignton and Radway in co. Devon, 37. 417. Hermitage , The, South Mimms, co. Herts, tenement called, 421. Herrick ,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 18 December 1834

    1030 INDEX. ^.1834. Petitions — continued. tingham; Shadingfield; St. James, Southelmham; Homers- field ; St. Mary Tower, Ipswich; St. Mary Elms, Ipswich; St. Lawrence, Ipswich; St. Mary Stoke; St. Margarets, Ipswich ; St. Matthew, Ipswich • St. Helens, Ipswich; Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Binstead, 173. Birch, 96. Birch, Much, 135. _ Birdbrook, Steeple Bumsted, and other Places, 96. Birmingham, 147. Birt's Morton, 108. Bishopsteignton, 162. Bishopstone and Dovercourt, 135. Bispham-in-the-Fylde, 237. Bitladon, 162. Blackhawton, 162. Blackmore, 108. Blackrod, 162. Blakesley, 152. Blanchland, 135. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    State—cowZwwezZ. Against Separation—coraZw.we<Z. Bilston, lxxxix. 428. Birstall, 428. Bishop's Nympton, 423. Bishop's Tawton, 461. 531. Bishopsteignton, 403. Blackburn, 599. Blacktorrington, 423. Blewett Hinton, 423. Bloomsbury, Saint George, 494. Blymtree, 403. Bole, 416. Bradford (Devon), 535. Bradford, Wilts, 416. Bradley, 406. Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1831, 25 February 1831

    and that it is pike the present Highway from West Teignmouth, through expedient that the Turnpike Road from the finger-post Bishopsteignton and Kingsteignton, to Teignbridge, and to on Stoke Hill, through Bradninch, to its junction with the make certain deviations Subscribers-only content

    23 June 1831, 23 June 1831

    deviations in the said existing Line of Highway; and also to make Turnpike the present Highway from West Teignmouth, through Bishopsteignton and Kingsteignton, to Teignbridge, and to make certain deviations in the said existing Line of Highway; and to make Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    burned, although happily not so much as to greatly endanger their lives..- An inqoiry has been held this week at Bishopsteignton, about fourteen miles from Exeter, respecting the death of a youne lady, named Wyse, who appears to have met Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I C stockbroker Young' MiFs Barbara Annette Rhodes, Bishoposteignton, bvaon Young Mrs. Frances ilt-a and Young Mire BarbAra Annette R1hodes, Bishopsteignton Young ibhristopher, YaTm, Ycrhs, M.D. Yoting George, Blozvorth, Doreet, yeoman Young George Frrowd, 21, Teunton-road, Loe, gentleman oltcng Hlenry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRESEN IATION; * Eligible FARMS, with FARM-HOUSES & BUILDINGS, COTTAGE RESIDENCES, &c. Situate in the Parishes of Mamhead, Ashoombe, Dawlish, Bishopsteignton, and Chudleigh. Upwards of THREE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED ACRES, Forming a Noble Domain for Residence or Investment. TO BE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE NEXT PRESENTATION; Eligible FARMS, with FARM-HOUSES & BUILDINGS, COTTAGE RESIDENCES, &c. Situate in the Parishes of Mamhead, Ashcombe, Dawlish, Bishopsteignton, and Chudleigh. Upwards of THREE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED ACRES, Forming a Noble Domain for Residence or Investment. TO BE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inhabitants had to be taken from the upper windows by tedders, and carried off in vehicles, A gentleman walking from Bishopsteignton to Teignmouth, was overtaken by the storm, and must have been drowned bat for a horse and carriage coming Subscribers-only content

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