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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Forest of Dean Social life

    Head at Bream Woodside , the Miners' Rest at Bream's Meend , and the Miners' Arms on the Coleford road at Bream Tufts in the late 1870s . 63 They had all closed by 1993 , when Bream retained the

    Forest of Dean Education St John's Church , Cinderford , Built In 1844, and the School of 1840

    charity for Bream , were insufficient because of the poverty of local residents. Poole 's successors at Bream kept the school open 78 and in 1862 the Revd. Cornelius Witherby moved it to a more central position at Bream 's

    Newland NEWLAND AND REDBROOK 1880 CLEARWELL 1880 Newland House in 1772

    of Bream from 1819 until 1854. He and Cornelius Witherby , appointed to the cure in 1858 , 90 provided schools and improved church accommodation for the inhabitants of the Newland and Forest parts of the Bream area. 91 Bream

    Bottisham Charities for the poor

    yielded £6 10 s . in 1738 , 10-12 guineas c . 1780-1840 , £30 by 1870 . 14 Giles Bream (d. 1621), an Alington kinsman, 15 left £600 to build and endow an almshouse at East Ham (then Essex

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    Ruspidge , 1880 304 16. Lydbrook area, 1880 308 17. Forest of Dean , 1994 312 18. Parke nd , Bream , and Yorkley , 1880 318 19. Carvings on Abenhall font. Sketch published in Nicholls, Iron Making in Forest

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'r fath iffg add ganhriniyath, y derfu iddynt, Ag on Ilais, ymnwrthad A'r naill a'r H1allf a chymeryd Eglys a Bream drachefome hd yn bu g dEgiwys byth yr aE wadi hyny-and y ddiag, di- fywyd ; a phaham ? Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y nae yn an na welai y lliaws o'i Y. hIaelodau y fath ddarostyngiad ydwiddynt, aco bill yn enwedig i'm Bream y maent yn profean ei i.wasanaethti nas gallant weutur nurhyw f 'yr drdnfiiad O'r fithyma na charia0 allan nurh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ados I .. 'y: 'DDyinmai'Cyfaifbd1Misol cyntaf a gybaliwyd v-ynlyi)e wei'rCoapei fa dsbadewydui: ad twadl.- f D;s enyin' wele fidtkla; j.jy. Bream mawyr eel cyi -iotr aW slVwL yb lyddoedd byn Darled cof- <:nadu y Cyfirfo&'Misol' <diweddaf, a cadarhawd. : b Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddeffro genol nos, mi Odd yr hanes yn fyw o fen fy meddwl i oadWe i ye dotio at y Bream mawr yn trin y plphlwyd acnutdd, ac mor ofalne am dano, yn codi sm, se yn del iddo fo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JCCIDEALS, OPF'EEVCES, 4e, At 6nA o'clock oEn Pridiy morning, as tIem wratchman I Was groi.g his rouudr, he discovered a fire in the office of 11r. Coz, copperenfate printer, of Bream's-buildings, Chaitcery-imre. Tioffice was situated in a narrow place Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 March 1793, 25 March 1793

    3 3 Geo. III. Journals &lt;?/* /&? Houfe &lt;?/* Lords. 58i *• never know half the Mifery that I have brought upon &quot; mvfelf, but may every happmcfe attend you. «&apos; L. S/raf.&quot; «« Mr. S/rrrf.&quot; &quot; A true Subscribers-only content

    6 July 1813, 6 July 1813

    With a Bill, intituled, &quot; An AcY for allowing the &quot; Ufe of Salt, Duty-free, for curing Conger, Polock, &quot; Bream, Ray and Scate;&quot; to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. The faid Bill was read the Firft Subscribers-only content

    7 July 1813, 7 July 1813

    for Salt, Duty &quot; allowing the Ufe of Salt, Duty free, for curing Con- f*e*&gt;in Slave Trade Bill. ger, Polock, Bream, Ray and Scate.&quot; Fl(h&gt; KA Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to a Committee of the Whole Houfe. Subscribers-only content

    8 July 1813, 8 July 1813

    the Bill, inti¬ tuled, &quot; An Act for allowing the Ufe of Salt, Duty w free, for curing Conger, Polock, Bream, Ray and «• Scare.&quot; After fome Time, the Houfe was refumed: And The Earl of Shafießury reported from the Subscribers-only content

    10 July 1813, 10 July 1813

    vice leäa eß Billa, intituled, &quot; An Aa for allowing the Ufe of Salt, Duty free, for curing Conger, Polock, Bream, Ray and Scate.&quot; The Queftion was put, &quot; Whether this Bill fhall &quot;&apos; pafs ?&quot; It was refolved in Subscribers-only content

 

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