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You searched for: Place: Burcote, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31, Source type: Newspapers

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CoWS.-Several veyueu ougnwclch Shorthorns for Sae - 1010 Solo. Spaniel Do", liver ard ocht11" ntlroksen acre game,- H ppsis.Pss Hanrdwiock, Burcote Vito rsnsrtbh elsa flAT Wonite.d recently t ddool ; goon mooit" Address, full xGoporticulnrs Alexacder hmcth.\elos l~ons' Hac- 17OABIOT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    presented his 0- owvx'petition, describing himself as of 12, 'Utrecht Man- Ei; sions, Haarlem Road, West Kensington, lately residing -at Burcote Norbciry, Streathamn, carrying on business at 0 -Sav-oy Hill House, Strand, lately a director of pounlic e dacipnesIo o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    name of Jaber. Spencer Balfour on the ownerships list. Mr. Balfour owned considerable property in the parish, which joins the Burcote estate, and had done much for the locality by the erection of a number of labourers' dwellings. The name Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and JONES W ILL attend, as usual, for the SALE by W AUCTION of FAT and STORE STOCK. Ascott, Oxon. BURCOTE, DORCHESTER, OXON. Two miles from Cuslkasn Station , 0. TF. R., 4 miles from I Abingdon, 7 from Oxford, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Yeates, £60, £70, andl )n £60; one belonging to Messrs. A. and E. Painter, v. £70; and one at Burcote, belonging to Mr. W. h Whitehorn, £120. or YARNTON. nl A meeting of the parish council was held in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Broughton, Gatacre, Upper and Lower Beebridg otherwise Besbridge Farmecote, Heathons, Werlield, Ackleton, 'la ctot, B irnasley, Bradney, Bromley, Eurcote and Burcote Catatree, Chertortn, Endriess, Honllew, Hilton, Hoceum otherwise Hoecum, Kiustow otherwise Kinston, Newton, Oldington, Itindaleford, Raughton, Rowley, Sonds. The Lowe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    144 165 Gi«n Magna 167 196 221 Gler.field 201 188 241 Gumiev _ 37 47 54 Haliatcn 191 233 261 Burcote 108 112 134 Husbands Bcsworth 174 191 211 Kibworth Beauchamp ...._ 363 436 519 Kilby 53 64 71 Kilworth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    early in September, a Good PLAIN COOK: wages ' ; £20 to £22- Answer, by letter only, to Mrs. Sanger. Burcote, iVey bridge. , ! WANTED, a Good PLAIN COOK for gentleman s family of two : ' \ three Subscribers-only content

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    Pvn vr CA _ V . <>N --TVPnoiD AVOIDED. JEJ, A >-IO._ATIC FILTERS. -No case of *'•''• ■»-'.■-.. i.'r ..'•'. o '-' urr '' l "-'here these Fillers have been in use. ' ' ' : -ie iii. i, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Clifton Hamrjden. - FARM HOUSE APARTM ENTS : on view j four large weU furnished ; now vacant.- Rosemary, Burcote. Abingdon, Berks. UNMARRIED GENTLEMAN wishes TWO ROOMS and bath in Mayfair, Kensington, or South Kensington : state inclusive terms Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jj.-___V._Js, Mount-street. Cnisvenor-Bquarei AS^utler where a footman or boy is kept or assistance given ; good personal character- W. G„ Burcote. near Abiiigdon, Berks. A3 Butler, where a footman is kept ; 5 years' personal character; age 32; height stt Subscribers-only content

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    de Morella George Gilpin Brown, Esq., Sedbury' Park, Richmond, York Captain Campbell, R.A , Frowles, Lutterworth Henry B. Hannam, Esq., Burcote, Abingdon, Berks John Hadwen, Esq., Poynton Towers, near Stockport Charles Alicock. jun., Esq., Bui well, Nottingham G. Lewis. Esq.,Strady, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is suitable tor Railway and other purposes. Burcote is 2 miles from the River Severn at Bridgnorth, 11 from Wolverhampton, and 8 from obiohai, iad adjoins good Roads. Mr. Hard wick, of Burcote, will on application cause the Timber to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and is suitable tor Railw.y and other purposes. Burcote is 2 miles from the River Severn at Bridgnorth, 11 from Wolverhampton, and 8 from Sbiffnai, and adjoins good Roads. Mr. Hardwick, of Burcote, will on application cause the Timber to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and is suitable for Railway and other purposes. Burcote is 2 miles ftom the River Severn at Bridgnorth, tl from Wolverhampton, and 8 from Sbiffnai, m* adjoins good Roads. Mr. Hardwick, of Burcote, will on application cause tbe \l u-ii Subscribers-only content

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    is suitable for Railway and other purposes. Burcote is 2 miles from the River Severn at Bridgnor- -11 from M'olverhampton, and 8_ from shin" rt: d, i_i adjoins good Roads. Mr. Hardwick, of Burcote, wili on application cause me Timber Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SMALL-POX DISINFECTANTS. It is stated that the moat ancient disinfectant- the fumes of burning sulphur - was used in the suppres- sion of the recent outbreak of small-pox, although in an entirely new form. By the old means sulphur Subscribers-only content

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    AN ELEC tRIC-LIGHTED CAB AT GLOUCESTfcB, A hansom cab, with electric light for the interior and exterior, capable of being turned on and off as required, has been built for Mr. Farmer, of Gloucester. Great ingenuity haa been exercised Subscribers-only content

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    gountj? "gfetti? _?es>&iona. REDDITCH. -Wednesday. Befere Mr. E. W. Haywood (chairman), Messrs. W. H. S. Kynneraley, E. S. Cope, and W. E. Perkins. Licensing Sessions.- Superintendent Jeffrey read his report, which atated that the population of the division waa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ASSOCIATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE HOP GROWERS. On Wednesday a meeting, attended by most of the principal hop growers of Herefordshire and ethers, was held at tbe City Arm. Hotel, Hereford, to con- sider tbe advisability of forming a district branch Subscribers-only content

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