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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i JI-D)&EIHUV-DIR. D -..', i E ATswE, LLV BBRUL'46DD- Bra'wdlys SirF' f;R iddhadZZofrud4 ! iiedige. MiYnayi brawwdlys iuchod, dygwgyd iun D I 'idhards,>,peirianydd,;)ger bronvar .y eyhliddiad-1 o0 lof,,uddio,.yn, wir~fsddcol .un XSusanah R Yans, . Brynmawr, .ar yr .8id o. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diwedda£ f,- os ydn gos . fod ;y~fapoodya dechreu syudi h ymlae' i ygyaeiad iPgaris'o*Le Mins,-aormaeG .n y ei~~ ~qeriWi Core, 'r ochr aral,.:- .:ynpr~suro ymilaen i'ws Myfarfod o g~rfiriad-.. m- Viendorne, 'fel yr - ydys 371'lled 'debyg: o'gael . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    too highly recommended. yn From Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and Sores of all kinds it, is a never-failing and penmenant core. It C'res 01.1 Sores 1, a Cures U'c-rat- d Sores in the Neck 'wy Cures UIlcerated Sore Legs Cures Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all parts of the kingdom. atte-ting unquestionably with reference to many; difficult alid one standie3 csess its speedy efficacy of Core. We allude to the 'Titeat Ere Liquid, Prepared solely by Mfr. John Ede, of tie Birch n field Road, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    too bighly recommended. ,Frem Scroibla, Seurvy, alnd Dea, a Sores of ali, Idads I is A never-failing and pm ant Core., It Cures'Old Sores cures Ulcerated-Sores ir the Neck Cures Ulcerated Sore Leg Cures Blackheads, or Pimples-on the Face Cures Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wilcote Introduction Wilcote 1850

    O.R.O., Finstock burial reg. transcript. O.R.O., tithe award; O.S. Map ½,500, Oxon . XXXVI . 9, 13 ( 1881 edn.). Core samples analysed Aug. 1987 by Mr. I. Gourlay , Oxford Forestry Institute, whose assistance is gratefully acknowledged. P.R.O., C

    Wisbech Manors

    the west and Deadman's Lane on the east. He also held a messuage, cottage, and lands in Sandilands , near Core Corner, and property in Tydd St. Giles . 77 The annual value of the bishop's manor in Wisbech in

    Townships Chipping

    township on the west (for part of the way) and south, curling round a hill 500 ft. high, Elmridge . Core is in the north-west corner, and Wolfhall , formerly Wolfhouse, in the north. The area of the township is

    Townships Thornley with Wheatley

    the latter year. 12 Richard and his brother Adam were defendants in 1358 against a claim by John Maudson of Core . 13 From later deeds it appears that Adam ultimately inherited; he had three sons - Richard, John and

    Huntspill Sea wall of 1799-1802 protecting Huntspill parish from the tidal river Parrett

    24 In 1315 it was described as an eel fishery. 1 A 'several' fishery on Delahayes manor was named le Core in 1433 . 2 In 1515 one of the boundaries of Withy manor was the fishery known as La


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