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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes East Meon East Meon Church

    cent.); Estmene (xv cent.); and Estmeane (xvi cent.). Until 1894 the parish of East Meon included the tithings of Oxenbourn, Coomb , Riplington , Peak, Langrish , and Ramsdean , and contained 11,370 acres of land and 7 acres of

    Bethnal Green The West: Shoreditch Side, Spitalfields , and the Nichol The West: principal estates

    Road . The Tyssens granted leases to Samuel Coombes , a Spitalfields carpenter, for an 'intended street', 48 probably ' Coomb ' or Prince's Street, in 1766 49 and a similar lease to John Wilcox for a plot on the

    Parishes Chiseldon Chiseldon c. 1773

    known as The Square lay at the head of the steep coomb which runs north-westwards from the village. The Square was obliterated when the railway was constructed along the coomb and through the village. The Elm Tree Inn, which overlooked

    Index A-J

    see Buckeridge Nic., innholder, Nic. the elder, Nic. the younger, Wal., Master of Trinity Ho ., Cookson , Jos., ' Coomb ' St. , see Prince's St. Coombes , Sam., carpenter, Cooper : Ant. Ashley , earl of Shaftesbury ,

    Index K-Z

    , n Prince Regent , see Geo., Prince of Wales Prince's Ct. , Tyssen St., Prince's Pl. , Prince's (' Coomb ', later Chambord) St. , Prince's Terr. , Bo nner Rd ., Princelet St. , Spitalfields , Princess Elizabeth

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    administering funds for public education. Out upon this would-be slanderer! BissioP PHILPOTTS AT LAw.-The next presentation to the living of Coomb Pyne belongs to Mrs Edwards. The living lately became vacant, and Mrs Edwards having a son a clergyman, presented Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be Lioeft. by purchase, vice Heayes, who retires, Landl Transport Cirpe.-Quactermnaslsr C, Hudson to be Captain of a Division, vice Coomb, who reslgns. Staff.-Brevet Lieut.-Colonel CT. F. Paechial, ft-em Major on half-pay Unattached, to be Atajor of a Provisisnai Depot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Court, therefore, made o decree nesi. ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES. THE CcAnOES OF FoRGEitY against the Rev. James Roe, late of Coomb Hay and Gloucester, were again investigated on Monday at Bow street, when the following additional evidence was taken: VT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *WAN2'ZD " OLASS of AD 7EBTISXM3NT'S For wwesciOi' ictisrtlona tof the olase~se of srmall Advcortisemsen r~ particuabiri5Ct ke,nu tb.. jitlcswef, wer the preputsL chartesi2 n alu tti- b. Addre04 ha counted aA vale. :- VrsOi 16 Words. (cOne...... 6d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    end W\aleoB-ecciving 'ordersr, 60 ;ad- finl 40, jeldicistiousi, 49 ditON lillilitled, 1 - admiinistration ordeae, wit, 0'iy 7 ; 0olnt~y Coomb iudgmlenis, 330 ; bille of sale, 230;-At b, wasrrants of tlatorjle, 2'D. lIn Birmitngham-Roceiving Iu ";Order, I ;adijiilic:j.tinn, I; Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 January 1761, 27 January 1761

    from the Eaft End of Wefl Tap- " houfe Lane to the Borough of Lißeard, and from " thence to Coomb Rozv Houfe, and alfo the Road from •• the faid Borough of Lißeard to Craft hole, and from " Subscribers-only content

    2 February 1761, 2 February 1761

    Road from the Eaft End " of Wefl -Taphoufe Lane to the Borough of Lißeard, " and from thcace to Coomb Row Houfe, and alfo the " Road from the faid Borough of Lißeard to Crafthole, " and from thence Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1761, 5 February 1761

    Roads from the Eafl: End " of Wefl Taphoufe Lane to the Borough of Lifkeard, " and from thence to Coomb Row Houfe, and alfo the " Road from the faid Borough of Liskeard to Crafthole, " and from thence Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1761, 5 February 1761

    Eaft £™ Roads' End of Weft Taphoufe Lane to the Borough of Lif- " " keard, and from thence to Coomb Row Houfe, and alfo " the Road from the laid Borough of Liskeard to Craft" ** hole, and from Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1761, 3 March 1761

    t Geo. HL Journals of the Houfe of Lorcts; of His late Majefty's Reign, intituled, An Aft for punifliing Mutiny and Defertion of Officers and Sol¬ diers in the Service of the United Company of Mer¬ chants of England Subscribers-only content

 

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