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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Durham Rivers, bridges and mills

    Durham , iv, p. 56. For the repair of Framwellgate and Elvet Bridges the rents of certain lands called ' Brigland ' were devoted. This trust was always neglected, and in 1371 Bishop Hatfield caused enquiry to be made (Durh.

  • * British History Online *

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    Historical Collections, 1637 (4 of 5)

    it at large. M. 25. E. 1. finiente C. B. R. 77. The Abbot brought a Replevin against Adam de Brigland and others for taking his Cattle, the Defendants avow in these words, discunt enim quod occasione turbationis inter Regem

    Henry VIII, November 1544, 26-30, 01 November 1544-30 November 1544

    m . 18. 2 . Wm. Awchon. Lease, for 20 mks., of pasture in Keingham Marshe, called Newlond and le Brigland, within the lordship of Brustwyk in Holdernes, and a sheepcot called Westcote and lands called Westcotelandes and Name Croft

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    subject connected with the bill.-Nog- tingham Review. THEATRE ROYAL DRURY LANE. M~ONDAY-Romneo and Juliet; with 'asaniello. TUESDAY-The H~ypocrite*; with the Brigland, and the Rent Day. WEDNESDAY-Ah tcrand Scelectiotn o~f Aznetient and Modern M~usic. THU~s~y-Th Compct; wth th Ren DandteR.tDy Fsn~Ay.-A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VMS7 (-I NOVEfRNESS (as) to Children under 12: English, mnaic, rolla- , X thorioc9 fond of children O lieirol of Brigland. Commenelu w oith PR4, or, £16., writh loimdrelaq.-Visitorr, care of Matron, College Hfospital, Ta~nworth. cO8l? OftVERltIEES Seekse Re-englggeioonit. Aelletreolota: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of ilvasicing depriassioss towards north Scotland. 9 outherly or south-sveaterly wisnds prevail. generalh 0. las the east and south of Brigland they remain light in force. 1)ut onl the eajansed parts of our noctiacras wilndortb-wevsttras rcoasets Sisy haveinrcrased to astr~ong Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jpod Plain) Wanted. aboot the l2ts. No children. and '..washing put out. Personal cbarntetr, and ember 01 the Cheurc of Brigland indisoeoisable.-Adroa SMre. Foster, Manor House, Bloxvvlrh, W~alsall. 85 (~COOK (Platn) Wanted, or General; two in family: P16. Also, H'..kousemaid: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    31Sx, 5g pm. I)itto (James" 21/s%, par JGxsor A,- 23,%, S9't J.n& Stock, 3YsY<., 107^S,,, 7 hiss 1/3X 1,Bank off Brigland Stoc}, 5i% for last hIf-yzr, 331 | lZitlF 3;;,19+8, 9-8%, His, - - - India Rupee Paper, 412/20, 795/, Subscribers-only content

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