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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Colton

    7 d .; 'Bethacre,' 60 s . 10 d .; Parkamoor, 32 s . 7 d .; Nibthwaite Grange , Bridgefield and Hellpark, £6 2 s . 7 d .; Sales, Crake and Tottlebank , 58 s . 10 d

    Parishes Wandsworth

    cent.); Isle of Providence, Lady Close , Beadle Hook (xix cent., but probably of earlier origin), besides the common fields, Bridgefield , Northfield and Southfield . 39 Southfields is now a separate distric t. Two meetings of some historical interest

    North Leigh Introduction

    Small stone bridges were recorded from the 15th century north-east of Field Farm and east of Holly Court . 35 Bridgefield bridge was constructed of stone over the Oxford-Worcester railway line, opened in 1853 ; it was extensively repaired in

    North Leigh Economic history

    1967 and became a refuse tip for the county council. 82 Other quarries at various times included those south of Bridgefield bridge, at Whitehill , and at the Demesnes, where sand and gravel were still extracted in the early 20th

    Stillingfleet

    1529 the Beckwith estate there was wholly inclosed but there were still four houses and tofts. Three closes were called Bridgefield , Shawfield , and Southfield , possibly the names of the former open fields. A field called Armetpark and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PROVPINCIAL IN TELLIGESCE. MiSS LAvInIA'RrnrNsorN.-The brother of th)5 unfort.u nate young lady, wfhen before the Coroner's Jlry, deposef, that on the even ng pieeediag tbe fatal one, at attout elever o'clock,- he heard a imise as ihat of his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it to be in this bespert eqotal to soy foreign spirit with which I rm acquainted. "GEO. -. LONGSTAFF, l.D. Bridgefield uouse, Wandsworth, May 19, I838." DOWLAND'S KALYDOR, a mild and irnocent a Ivpreparation from beautiful exotics: it effectually eradicates Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    little over 8s. 9d. in the pound, or rather under 434 per cent. The prospectus has been issued of the Bridgefield and Vic- toria Salt Works, Limited, with a capital of 150,0001., in 7,500 shares of 201. each. The first Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Salt Works (Limited), of the third part. THE BRIDGEFIELD AND VICTORIA SALT WORKS (Limited.) Capital 150,000. First Issue v0,000, in 4,500 sharesro0 of feas;. FoRM Or APPLICATrION. To the Directors of the Bridgefield and Victoria Salt Works (Limited). Gentlemen,-Having paid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. S.Herbert and Son, announcing that they are authorised to offer for subscription 3,000 shares of 201. each of the Bridgefield and Victoria Salt Works. Limited. This is one of the very few undertakings of the kind in the hands Subscribers-only content

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