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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Great Horkesley Local government

    Francis Bridge . 51 There was a police house and two policemen in 1841 . A police station on Horkesley Causeway was open part time in 1996 . 52 Cal. Chart. R . 1257-1300 , 27. Rot. Hund . (Rec.

    Great Horkesley Education

    the rector built a new redbrick school on School Lane in late 15th century style, imitating the chapel on Horkesley Causeway .abcde 28 It accommodated 140 children and received regular government grants from 1875.abcde 29 In 1946 it was reorganised

    Great Horkesley Introduction

    Causeway . The waste was inclosed in 1815 . Part of Nayland Road , either north or south of the Causeway , was improved by subscription in 1778 . 39 Traffic calming measures, including mini-roundabouts, were placed along the

    Cottenham Local government

    and extended the objects to include repair of the church, the stone causeway, and Smithey fen causeway. Two elected stewards controlled income and expenditure. 32 The Church and Causeway estate was evidently augmented with money given by Edward Leeds and

    Houses of Augustinian canons Priory of Pynham

    further to keep in repair the causeway and wooden bridge across the river, for which purpose the earl of Arundel granted them leave to take wood in his forest- the stone for the causeway being obtained close at hand; and

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 8 Order for paving and cleansing the Streets.

    Streets within this Ci ty, called, known or set down to be High Streets , shall be paved round, or Causeway Fashion: And upon Notice given to the Commissioners, of any defective Pavements in any of the Streets, Lands, and

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Bridge Ward without. Bridgehouse.

    three Courses of Water in three Trenches made cross the Chalk Causeway by the said Master and Keeper. Beyond which Trenches were made three Wooden Bridges in that said Causeway , by the said Master and Keeper: which greatly wanted

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 The Circuit Walk. Hackney.

    worthy Friend Mr. Richard Davies ; to be employed for continuing and everlasting repairing (I hope) to Posterity, of the Causeway , or Footway leading from Clapton and Hackney Church unto Shoreditch . Which poor Mite of 30l. I do

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Bridge Ward without. Bermondsey Benefactions.

    date the first of Septemb. 39 Elizab. gave 10l. yearly; going out of the Lands and Te- nements on the Causeway in this Parish, to be distributed amongst the Poor in most need. 10 0 0 1606 . Steven Skidmore

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cedwid y Prisiau i fyny yn dda. :h _ Y. Cymoreodd llongddryfliad galarus le ar y St. Eat, r flak's Causeway Caerdydd, her ddydd Gwen~rdi- dwedda a'r Yr ac ya orw3aS In weddNew y llong Kenilworth. Yred y hy J.oNwOrleans Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at yr eng.- raifft ganlynol. Yn y mor ger Dyffryn-Ardudwy y mae Sar Badrig. Dywed y Saeson mat "Saint Patrick's Causeway" ydyw. Ond nid Patrick yw y gair. Y Gymraeg purydyw" bad-. rwyg," am mai yno y drylliwyd amf i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dorset street, Salisbury square. M. Thompson, Minories, wine-merchant. Solicitors, Messrs Pope and Brewer, Blomnield street, London wall. T. Forster, Newitigton Causeway, builder. Solicitors, Messrs Burfoots, King's Bench wvalk, Ieml~le. Saturday,, February I. I NSOLV E.TS. R. Fiorne, Holborn hill, shoe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New Malton, banlker. [Wiglesworth, Gray's inn square. i. Brisr15 anld P. Arrive, M~anchester; machine-makers. [Ellis anu Co. i* Crasii5ld, N~ew"nKto Causeway, tailor. v[ircent, Clifford's inn. J. Alwoy, Drury lane, colourman. [Fyson and Beck, Loethbury. Friday, Fe. 23. INSOLVBNTS. J. Merin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was" almost sure to be robbed." : Tiesday. morning, at half-pass five o'clock, the premiaesecctpied byr. Mr Anderson, fruiterer, Nswington Causeway, were discovereed-'to-be'orl- fire; the flames communicated to the adjoining house of MrLi-et; tioner; both were consumed. The fiodr-cloth maanfactory Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 March 1821, 2 March 1821

    any Stones, Gravel, Sand, " or other Materials, Slutch, Dirt, Mire, Drift, or Soil " from off any Footway or Causeway, being Part of or " adjoining the said Roads, or from any other Part of the " said Roads; Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1821, 2 March 1821

    " done to any such Footway or Causeway ; or if any " Person shall turn loose any Horse, Ass, Beast, or Swine " upon the said Roads, or suffer any Horse, Ass, Beast, " or Swine to be turned Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1823, 25 March 1823

    Mr. Joseph Pitt and others; With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for building a Bridge " and making a Causeway from Langstone, in the Parish " of Havant, in the County of Southampton, to Hayling ?•' Island, in the Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1823, 10 April 1823

    without any Amendment. Hodie 2" vice lecta est Billa, intituled, "An Act for " building a Bridge, and making a Causeway, from Lang- " stone, in the Parish of Havant, in the County of South- " amplon, to Hayling Island, Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1823, 11 April 1823

    Bill- niittees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Act for buildin°- 11 a Bridge, and making a Causeway, from Langstone " in the Parish of Havant, in the County of Southampton, " to Hay ling Island, in the Parish Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Ireland in 1887., 1887

    & 1jWTSOW® DEALING WITH VARIOUS PHASES OF THE LAND ' QUESTION. Causeway Branch.-A large meeting of the above branch was held on Sunday last, January 30, 1887 . Rev. T. Enright , P.P., President, in the Chair :- The farmers Subscribers-only content

    Ireland in 1887., 1887

    42; L I. Cashingtown, H 21. Castlegregory, F I. Castlemaine , A 22 ; C 8. Castletown , K 15. Causeway , M I. Cavan , G 10; I 14 ' . Clohanon, & c, C 23. Clonbulloge, Iv 21. Subscribers-only content

    Speech ... at the annual meeting of the South Edinburgh Unionist Association, ... 4th November, 1892., 1892

    two thou¬ sand additional votes to be accounted for, and these stepped down the common stairs of Dairy and Marchmont, Causeway - side and St Cuthbert ' s. (Loud cheers.) These were the awakened ones-some thoroughly awake, and others only Subscribers-only content

    The elements of socialism., 1840

    the notion of beings resembling man, but vastly superior, as the cause of its production. Thus the Giant ' s Causeway was attributed to some super-human giant, or god. By a similar process of suggestion, the echo resembling the human Subscribers-only content

    The elements of socialism., 1840

    the fact to light, that heat was the power by which the stu¬ pendous architecture of the Giant ' s Causeway and Fingal ' s Cave was arranged, and the immense basaltic columns, so beautiful and regular, with every stone Subscribers-only content

 

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