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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sheen SHEEN 1994

    the responsibility of Hartington parish. Another footpath running west from Sheen village suggests a road to Brund and the bridge over the Manifold at Brund mill. In the 18th century a packhorse way entered Sheen from Warslow , presumably following

    List of plates

    hostel. Photograph, 1995 63. Alstonefield : Charles Cotton 's fishing house. Photograph by Richard Preston , 1983 64. Sheen : Brund mill bridge before 1891. From J. P. Sheldon , Through Staffordshire Stiles and Derbyshire Dales ( Derby , Leicester

    Alstonefield Fawfieldhead

    1780s and in 1794 -5. 80 It was rebuilt in the early 19th century. Further north there were bridges at Brund mill and Ludburn . They were the joint responsibility of Alstonefield and Sheen parishes until 1736 or 1737; the

    Index A-J

    (d. 1570), John (fl. 1593), Wm., Brownhill , see Warslow Brownlow , see Warslow Brownsfoot , And., Brumby , Cornelius, Brund , see Sheen Brundley : Lawr., and see Brindley Bryden, W. R. , Buckinghamshire , see Adstock Buckwell ,

    Index K-Z

    Bartine Edge , see Sheen : Raikes Beresford Manor (formerly Bank Top Ho .), bridges, plate Broadmeadow Hall , plate Brund , plate buses, chars., ch., plate clergy, see Beetham ; Birch ; Bonsall ; Hambleton ; Heygate; Longworth ;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ARHOLILD YSGOLION SABBOTHOL CYFARFIO) KISOL DYFFRYN CONWy, Ml awrth,27ain, 188&. . Arholydd, PACH. 0. JONEs, .AA, lNEWTOWN. Y DOSBARTI! UArup. . sty D:-ks. Ltu s-XI.. : - niler mwyat o fareian a eUid nilU-96. 1 John Owen, Milton Hoase, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f _ FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. I FRANCE. I The Constitationnel of Paris gives the following as a letter from the army before Barcelolas n li!!itaeu, near Berrcetosna;Jil 21. " Since the 9th the division of Curial has formed the blockade Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of an interview with the Sultan of Borneo after the exposure and defeat of his t:eachery. "' My DAaR Muenv, "'Brund, August 25, 1846. '"We arrived here on the 19th, and found the Hazard off Cherimon. After well weighing all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and he at once sent out her Uasjesty'j ships Advice and Magpie. The Jaoehall (Ounard Comnpiuy's tender), the Arran Castle, Brund, and Robert Bruce tao. boats also proceeded oat. The passengers' lIggage was got out as soon as poessble and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for Sale; 5 years old.,er fast.-Apply rem I' U to 4, Green Man Tavern, Ohin-oh rRoad, Asatn PAir c4189 U)ONY,hbasdsome, Brund, fast, young; also, Trap and Harness. A' Together or seParate, Trial sale'ved.-ilhakeepeare, Koninnl Street, o415? ORG (gray) for Sale, Subscribers-only content

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