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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Forest of Dean Introduction FOREST OF DEAN : BOUNDS 1840

    of basin-shaped strata of the Carboniferous series. Underlying and outcropping at the rim are limestones which, especially the stratum called Crease Limestone, contain deposits of iron ore. Above are beds of sandstone, shale, and coal. The lowest bed of sandstone

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    Thos., Ld. Conventry cowkeeping Craig , John Kerr Crawshay : Eliza, m. Augustus Clissold Geo. Wm. fam. Craze , Romilly Crease , Mary Ann Crewick , Thos. Creton , Rog. cricket Crimea Crippen , Dr. H. H. Crisp : Eliz.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ScoT-r.-,xr-DirectOrof ite Court of Chancery; Cler 0f[ty Cotict of Chancery; Principal Clerk in the Coert ot A& Kitigls Remembrancer; Lord 'Crease rpr's Resieitbralicer Cotrt of Exchequier- oie of the Clerks in the lie O(IeM'k of sentier of Sigttatures, Exvheqeer; Ifegisterf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t1 i~tf-9lt',3 au~eitta f .tli vititeiea;. toitajt fr&9yoaimh sijtosnsejsf sthe e tpt * 4!px W;a nn will then pSit se Crease thiiitje<4?i~spi kitcbetw bi~tdetn;:s 5 t' >-,E; piU' ils 5 ji~ rMN b:F # etbr5 thosC t5. reEy ucostan~fli on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wtat would this argument, If fOllowed out, end ? Let them suppose thta t the colonial interest w -asto In Crease ini numbers and wealth, and that getntiernent connected with te co- ere Itampere'd for seats in parliatment, that there Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ON POLITICS, LITERATUREZ. AND THE FINE ARTS, FOR THE YEAR 1832. THE' EXAMINER, PARTY IS THE MADNESS OF MANY FOR THE GAIN OF A FEW.-POPB. LOND ON: PRINTED FOR A. FONBLANQUE, BY GEORGE LAPHAM, AND PUBLISHED IIY HIM AT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    road; Sabine, Old Bailey; Brew, M~edical Hall, Brighton; Tuandy, Bailey, Wolverhampton; Wimhle, Week street, Maidstone; Mawhood, St John street, Liverpeol; Crease, 3 Foubert's place, Regent street ; Machell, 5 St Martin's court, St Mjartin's lane; Dye sod Bruce, Coswell street; Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Surnames beginning 'C'

    £600; Mary, w; Mary, d, 35.30 Creamer Creemer: Chas, ser, 64.14 Hen; Eliz, d; Anne, d, 28.7 Creane Chris, 73.26 Crease : Alice, 76.6 Ric; Eliz, w; Ric, s; Mary, d, 76.6 Crecher Eliz, ser, 49.13 Cree John, ser, 28.12

 

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