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  • * Victoria County History *

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    South Witchford Hundred Wentworth Plan of St. Peter's Church

    totalling 22 acres, and other lands totalling 194 acres, together with 14 poles of fen ground in Staple Fen . Briery , Broadwater , Long Hey , Maraway (cf. Mere Way in Witchford ), and Staple Fields are mentioned in

    South Witchford Hundred Witchford Plan of St. Andrew's Church

    of Witchford numbered four-Belham's End and Marrow Way Fields north and north-west respectively of the village, Hale Field south-west, and Briery Field west of this latter on the Wentworth border. The 'built-up' area along the village street almost completely severs

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of stealing a sable vlitorine, value £4., end some articles of jeweiery, the property of her master, Mr. P ilip Briery, Saitley Hall. -AN INcosn.BOLE.-A boy fourteen years of age, named William Edsrards, was charged with stealing a puree containing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and a piece of clothbeburit lug. I eatocntiieiceg ftepnrea reert to Mile Braild'o, Inew bur, and then wenkt to tie Briery with. Smith. and weerteaeldJtukeiand Lillryta thef1,thoetocrtherlgltt, and Dlii1 In the hene on thi lefts bond. I took the throe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WORK AND WAGES., OPERATrVE R!LESUlTE8^ A neeting of operatve filesmithstookplaceat the Blaik Lion, Coleshill Street, on Wlondayevening; Mr. Thos. . Bl1iard in the chair. It was resolved that, unless the mnsters come to some definmte arrangement by receiving-a deputation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gloucester, shop,- keepier. First meeting, alt the offices of hMfces. IMoores arid Rouinny, Tewrkesbury, February 0, at 11. Ebenezer Lewsri, Briery W1ill, Elebw Vale, dealer In boots% and shloes. First niectitig at tlss offices of Maemsr. Sirsous and Plc-ir, solicitors, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Seoeth Warles. (level cerocmissol oeer seeleert given to a teraotruol mmaer-Appely, Btertirig Irell particerharq and reualilt- catioes._ to J1. Rogers, Briery I-ilt. tibhw Virh, Serutli Wales. cSSft (3 ItCEltS.4-Wanted, ]iEngagemeert, rev Traveller, Foremaenee or G rasrie riauager; mnrrrree. Seven 2eaerre Subscribers-only content

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