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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cowfold Manors and other estates

    by 1814 . 97 The estate, called BROWNINGS , of 223 a. was sold by the Wiston estate to the tenant in 1924 . 98 The older part of the house called Brownings , which in 1984 was separate from

    Longney Introduction

    the Bullocks , Stephenses, and Wymans held land in the 16th century 83 and in the 19th; 84 the Ellises, Brownings , and Longneys were long-resident families 85 that were still represented in the parish in 1968 . Until the

    Cowfold Cowfold and Shermanbury 1909

    west of the village it was called a cross lane in 1635 , 38 and the turnpike road west of Brownings replaced Trenchmore Lane 39 as the road from the village to Burnthouse Lane , while east of Oakendene the

    Chigwell Introduction Chigwell Urban District

    Marchings, and Brownings , all of which date from the 16th or early 17th centuries. Marchings is a two-story house, timberframed and roughcast. It was probably built early in the 16th century but has been much altered. Brownings is a

    Parishes Upton upon Severn

    Glynge, Chekemede, Colynghurst, Bonhey, 43 Hendichyng, Pilynges, Phypknaves, Stokelond, 44 Heymore, Wyllespleke 45 (xv cent.); Welsporynge, Arkebroke 46 (xvi cent.); Brownings Moores, Stoney Acres 47 (xviii cent.). Buryfield (Buryfeld), 48 Le Southend and Newbridge Green (Newbriggrene), Newstreet and Upper Ham

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 5, 25 July 1642, 25 July 1642-25 July 1642

    Cheapeside , One Hundred People fell upon them, and beat them, and kicked at them, and called them Roundheads and Brownings ; there were but Three of the Parties in Company, and they gave them no Occasion. The Constable would

    Index, B, 01 January 1584-31 December 1585

    Navarre subscribed by, 606. -, -, eldest son of, a candidate for the bishopric of Bremen, 566. Brunynck (Brunick, Brunicx, Brownings), Nicolas, secretary to the late Prince of Orange, 217. 388; at Middelburg, 168. Brass , Bursia, Turkey in Asia,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR BENTLEY'S NEW PUBLICATIONS. 1. THE INITIALS. A STORY OF MODERN LIFE, 3 vole. "No better picture of domestic life in Soutls Germany has yet been executed. I'Tue Itnitials' must please all shos love characte' in persons lovelier than Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THF, EDINBURGH R[REVIEW, TN1 O CLXXXV.-ADV .teTISFem. TS inte(led fdorinsertimiI are r quested to be firnyrled to 11:0 Puitllsilrs before FReID Y. the 28th. and BILLS notlaterthanSAURDA, the 29th instant. London: Loigman, prown, ned Co. 30 Patelnoster row. THE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place in the rank of living poets, con- I fined, we are afraid, at this moment, almost to TennySOn, the Brownings, and himself." David Bogue, Fleet street. FOURTH AND nrAPELOEDITION, Now ready, in 1 voL post Svo, 7s. Ed. bound, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a place in the ranot of living poets, c0n- hined we are afraid, at this moment, almost to Tennyson, the Brownings, and hims,,lf."-Manahestee Examiner. David Bogue, Fleet street. IKING'S INTEREST TABLES. New Edition, strongly bound, Svo. l. Is. TABLES of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of his excellent critique on Shelley-contenting himself with a mere enumeration of inferior authors, and extending his acquaintance with the Brownings and Arnolds beyond mere hearsay. It is worth while: a really adequate history of English contemporary literature would be Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Report, 1849

    leers in Bengal , for Ireland Twining , Messrs Twining , Thomas, jun. Esq Twining , Miss E. Twiss & Brownings , Messrs Two Children Two Ladies, for Ireland Two ladies Two Ladies Two Legatees Two Sisters Two Servants and Subscribers-only content

    Two and two make four, 1893

    Elegy 'I n a Country Churchyard .' [Then we have Wordsworth, Cole ¬ ridge, Byron, Shelley , Keats, Tennyson, the Brownings , Ebenczer Elliott, and Swinburne. " I think it would be possible to get all that into the space Subscribers-only content

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