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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Introduction

    the Mendips north-east of Glastonbury , more than 30 km. from the mouth of the Brue at Highbridge and the middle reaches of the Brue itself in the moors south and south-east of Glastonbury . Much of the valley south

    Glastonbury Introduction

    seats from Bristol via the Brue and Meare Pool to Madelode Bridge. 23 The abbey manors of Brent to the north-west and Pilton and Butleigh to the east and south-east were also reached by the Brue , 24 which by

    Introduction

    Bradley and North Wootton ; and the Brue valley between Baltonsborough and Butleigh where moors contrast with t he wooded ridge sheltering Compton Dundon beyond. Directly west is the broad valley of the Brue , in the Middle Ages dominated

    Four Towers

    at its widest point and 1.5 km. from east to west. The northern boundary was a tributary of the river Brue and the south-eastern followed a lane from the Selwood ridge to Barrow in Charlton Musgrove . The land slopes

    Brewham Lodge

    in Selwood forest. 83 The walk was named after the shallow valley down which the river Brue flows from its source near the summit of the Selwood ridge. 84 The later name derived from the house of the keeper of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :u - 'Cyn cyffwrdd ar drol a mulj nos Eawrth, bu ffrwg- 5 wdie'husn'ddif~t-' ~ianghyffredin, rhwng-Syr' George f Je6ninsana M Brue, ? yP Ygrffenydd- Cat-trefol Y rnae~y fatell, ,-vsgiayn y .Senedd, dr-, laen,- gal r Mr' 1larby' Grdith, yn' awr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a afydd ya drwy- S ys; adl felly. . ohe.i ;eth Mewn atebiad i ohebieta dderyniodd dywed f< Oc, Mr. Brue e nad oes gyimaint ag u, aelod o'r cyf- lr us; ringyngor yn teirolo awydd i weled Pabyddiaeth yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10 i , 'ban . !-'00 . r Neuwydd Gy Gkqoedd;, irnzs Tair. Ceniogn w b AAET4AWD BUDDUGOL ar ,3Gyfarfodydd ' Dig W.,Ro1 , T rsaa~fiwr ;V ai M. Gellir ei gael yn Swyddfa'r GbLu, neu-gaa yr ld. Awdwr, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr ystyriaeth hon, pa mor. gyfaddal bynay gallent fad mewn- ystyriaethasi .ai Ty r unwaith yn erbyn Mr.;(Cardwell a Mr. Brue so ymddengys i ni nad ydy.w pemawr llai eitrth yn erbyn Mr. ' aB bphefyd, :yr wn - a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    us i gaee hyny i ten, hyd yn nod drwy foddien eaghys- on fIn drychfeddyliau ni am ryddid. Rhoddodd 'Mesur Brue' anfoddlonrwvdf mawri'rtafarnfwyr, end ymae sin lythyran Amserieaidd am ddoe a'r dyddi au bleaen- Oore'yn dangbs iddynt gym aint pellach, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    1541 London Subsidy roll, Vintry Ward

    10 Thomas Swynborne ( £ 20) 10 Richard Floyde ( £ 20) 10 John Drakes ( £ 20) 10 John Brue ( £ 40) 20 Sir James Spencer knyght ( £ 2000) 50 Straungers Garrett Peter ( £ 5) 5

    Miscellaneous papers

    Judgment for Mary , late the Wife of William Bruce Plaintiff, against William Bruce in the Chequer-Chamber. This William de Brue was of a Noble Family; he asked this Roger , Whether he would avow the Judgment? and he told

    Charles I - volume 342, Undated 1636, 20 June 1636-31 December 1636

    who seems to have been the then lessee in possession, should die before the sealing of the new lease. Mr. Brue had the counterpart of the original lease, and he was in London; but Lord Hertford had promised to get Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 20 June 1636-14 April 1637

    , co. Nottingham, hundred Brudenell , Edmond and his brother, sons of Lord Brudenell Thomas, Lord petition of letters of Brue , Mr. Bruer , see Brewer. Bruges , George, Lord Chandos Brunkard , Sir William, see Brouncker. Brush , Subscribers-only content

    Index of person, A - K

    163 Brownsword , Leonerd, 370 Browyer: Jane, 214 Job, 214 Bruce: Christopher, 245 Thomas, 275 Brudenell: Robert, 264n Thomas, 264 Brue , John, 159 Bruerton , John, 233 Bruges: John, 352(2) Laurence, 25 Symon de, 117 Brugg , Brugge: George,

 

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