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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 4 Of the Wells, Conduits, Rivers, &c.

    Portæ clauduntur Londoniarum , Mœnia ne fortè Fraus frangat Francigenarum. CHAP. V. Of the Ancient and present Rivers, Brooks , Bournes , Pools, Wells and Conduits of fresh Water, serving the City . And particularly the New River , and

    Preface 7

    Wharfs and Keys. Watches at the Ga tes. p. 14. CHAP. V. Of the antient and present Rivers, Brooks , Bournes , Pools, Wells, serving the City with wholesome Water. The THAMES , River of the Wells, Turnemill Brook, Fleet

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Harlington Economic and social history

    industries of more than village significance to be established were in the north, where there was a mineral-water factory at Bournes Farm by 1902 . 19 In 1915 the Fairey Aviation Co. took over a shed in North Hyde Road

    Harefield Manors

    by Robert Hammond in 1367 , 60 and Downtons was probably the house better known as Knightcotes. 61 By 1625 Bournes , Battleswell, and Drapers farms were included in the estate. 62 The tenure of the Ashby property seems to

    The parish of Lancaster Stalmine with Staynall STALMINE

    with Rawcliffe till the forfeiture in 1716 . This estate seems to have been sold in parcels 24 ; the Bournes of Hackinsall became the principal proprietors, 25 but the manor has disappeared. ST AYNALL , probably one plough-land 26

    Burslem Local government, economic history and social life

    1865 when it passed to Wood, Son and Company (later Wood and Dunn ). 334 William Cartlidge moved there from Bournes Bank in 1879 and was still working the pottery in 1892 . 335 A works in what is now

    Tunstall TUNSTALL c. 1960

    junction with High Lane dated 1631 and still standing in 1914 is said to have been a home of the Bournes : Adams , Adams Family , 304; Adams , Wolstanton , 104-5. U.C.N.S., Sneyd MSS., Chell Deeds, Ct. R.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MARVYN, James (1529-1611), of Fonthill Gifford, Wilts.

    decisions and that Elizabeth regarded him as a ‘mercenary man’ who was favouring her husband at her expense. When the Bournes and the Conways reached a settlement nine years later Marvyn was bound in £2,000 for Bourne’s performance of his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    repeal of the assessed taxes, anrd the substitution fur thorn of an equitable property tax"- to the repeal of Sturges Bournes Select Vestry Act-and to the reswa- tion of the right of parishioimers to ossemble in open vestry, mate their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had suddenly become more expedient. The Ca'ndishers are now upon the scene. "Give no quarter; as they shed blood at Bournes and slew three poor men not in arms." What terrible retribution Cromwell took, is known in history. We have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be put in repair, and their habitation was restricted until the direction had been complied with. ALL3GED B RGLAn.-Johln Bournes, Charles Street, wasyesterday, at she Borough Police Court, charged with hurgiariously entering the house of James White- house, Great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Burslea, on Sunday morning. At hbaf past twelve o'clock Allen found the prisooer and a man named Wardle fighting at Bournes Bank, end endeavoured to separate them, when Regan struck him (the officer) a violent blow In the face. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Mills, Esq, Deputy Judge, the fol- lowing bankrupts came up for their final examnination, said received their discharge :-Jeremlah Bournes, Kingavin- ford, grocer, supported by DMr. Bedford; William Vincentk Frettle Lane, carter, supported by Mr. Corles; William Simnionds, Coventry Subscribers-only content

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