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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sutton upon Derwent

    the early 18th century there were a dozen of them, including the Mask or Marsh , the Swallow , the Dimple , and Wildgoose hill. 4 The last-named no doubt indicates the winter use made by wildfowl of the flooded

    Townships Turton

    from Birtenshaw are in succession the villages and hamlets of Toppings , Dunscar , Coxgreen , Egerton or Walmsley, and Dimple . In 1901 the census was taken in two portions; the population of the eastern half, together with Harwood

    Lichfield The cathedral close LICHFIELD CATHEDRAL CLOSE 1989 BISHOP'S PALACE , LICHFIELD CATHEDRAL CLOSE PLAN OF 1685

    the 1590s , and evidently in the mid 1550s . 74 By the mid 17th century it was called the Dimple or Dimble, a name meaning a deep hollow filled with trees or bushes. 75 The palace. In the late

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kirk, the younger, has some statuettes in marble and in plaster; among them an exceedingly pretty " Origin of the Dimple." Mr Hogan's " Drunken Faun," which obtained the prize medal of 1851, shows how such a subject may be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    figured in with their brides, Princess Trill, Clipsome, Touchy, Dot, Posy, Dove, Poppet, Blue-bell, Satin, Sleek, Sly, Flip, Arch, and Dimple ; Tricksy and Sweetlips too, though now almost sedate family folks, acquitted themselves with graceful agility. There is, as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vows revenge. He takes it by inviting Dimple to lunch, making him very tipsy, and then bringing him home tu show himself to the widow. She is, of course, very much disgusted, and Dimple is dismissed, while the widow is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    23 and.40 yearsP ofge, andmedicallY St furtheduties reunired of tben, Themy wll,, b MN, obefore appointmenet, be requlred'to ass8 a Dimple e"Mxannittsn in 0 at reading, writing, and arithmeotie, Sl lsy £415. per annum, risiog oy. b £1. per annum-t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blitz . 612 nise .. . 512 Tarowsorfb..6 12 F by Wi.sdonr-Teeliall . 0a10 in he Can't . 6 12 Dimple . 5 10 VV ad. C by Arbitrator-7.ody of Sir Kenlneti , . 5 8 1 anid theLaseo. . Subscribers-only content

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