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    Minchinhampton Economic history

    97 and by 1839 inclosure of those fields had been completed leaving only some land open in Longstone field near Crackstone Farm. 98 In the late 18th century it was believed that the two big open fields on the east Victoria County History

    Charles I, 1640, An Act for the releif of His Majesties Armie and the Northern Parts of the Kingdome.

    Hugh Wilbraham Peter Warburton of the Grange Henry Bunbury William Whitmore Henry Burkenhead William Glegg John Crewe George Purstowe Thomas Crackstone William Liversage Philip Manwaring William Marbury and Thomas Cholmeley Esquires. For the City and the County of the City British History Online

    Charles I, 1640, An Act for the further releife of His Majesties Army and the Northern Parts of the Kingdome.

    Hugh Wilbraham Peter Warburton of the Graunge Henry Bunbury William Whitmore Henry Burkenhead William Glegg John Crewe George Spurstowe Thomas [Crackstone 7 ] William Liversage Philip Manwaring William Marbury and Thomas Cholmeley & Henry Manwaring Esquires. For the City and British History Online

    Charles I, 1640, An act for the raising and leavying of Moneys for the necessary defence and great affaires of the Kingdomes of England and Ireland and for the payment of debts undertaken by the Parliament.

    9 ] Peter Warburton of the Graunge Henry Bunbury William Whitmore Henry Burkenhead William Glegg John Crewe George Spurstowe Thomas Crackstone William Liversage Philip Manwaring William Marbury Thomas Chomley and Henry Manwaring Esquires. For the City and County of the British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE WIRRAL HARRIERS. Encouraged by the capital day's sport of the pre- vious Saturday, Mr. Houghton determined, to have one final bye-day with this pack. Accordingly, at one o'clock to the minute, on Saturday, the 19th inst., he trotted Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq, Wednesday, Nov. 16, In re Charles Crackstone, Waterloo Tavern, Church- street, Dudley, shoemaker, iv lodgings. Mr. W. Corles appeared in support of the insolvent, who, being unop- posed, was discharged. Debts, £81. 125. 10J . ; credits none. In Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Before R. Kettle, Esq. ln re Charles Crackstone, Waterloo Tavern, Church- street, Dudley, shoemaker, iv lodgings. Mr. W. Corles appeared in support of the insolvent, who, being unop- posed, was discharged. Debts, £81. 125. lOd. ; credits none. In re Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS IN THE HUNTING FIELD. Whilst bunting with the South Cheshire Hounds, on Friday, Mr. Reginald Corbet, eldeet son of Mr. H. R Corbet, the Master, met with a serious acci- dent. Tbe meet was at High wayside, near Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fo, use in Closet. Urinals, Stabi-a, Kennels. Ac THE ONI.! RELIABLE DISINFECTING POWDEB C-A-X-VEIfrS. Guaranteed to oontain 15% Calvert : s Na 6 CaEBOUC, tbe strongest Disinfectant known. In _d_, __.. and la. 6d. Tina, at Chemists, Aa, or Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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