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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bruton Hundred Bruton hundred c . 1840

    Eastrip and the prebendal estate at Wanstrow were also included and Discove was named again. 7 In 1327 Honeywick was joined with Pitcombe and Cole with Wyke but Discove , Eastrip , and Upton were omitted. 8 In 1569 there

    Bruton Bruton in 1885 Redlynch Park 1762

    from Discove Farm and along the Pitcombe boundary to the Redlynch-Shepton Montague road . 51 By 1885 the southern part of the lane had been reduced to a footpath and the hamlet comprised Discove Farm in the north, Discove House

    Pitcombe Pitcombe in 1885

    Cole to the north, Honeywick and Hadspen to the west, and Hadspen House towards the south. The parish stretched from Discove in the east 4 km. westwards to the top of the scarp above Castle Cary and from the rising

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    char., ch., pl. ch. ho., Combe , cts., curate, and see Cassan; Cosens; Goldsborough , John; Hall, Wm.; Randal, John Discove , q.v . East, tithing, Eastrip , q.v . fairs, fms., fields, friendly soc., Gilcombe, glebe, Holywaters, hosp., hund.,

    Romano-British Somerset Index Fig. 99. Brooch from Wolvershill, 1/1;. Fig. 100. Brooch from Irchester . Fig. 101. Roman Finds at Clevedon . Fig. 102. Winsford ( Exmoor ).

    Elm . See Som. Proc . xlix. (2) 173. Bruton . -Lead pig: see p. 342, No. 13. Villa at Discove (since 1846 in this parish) : see p. 320. Burnham . -Samian and other potsherds, bones, Kimmeridge clay objects

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, ENGLISI OPERAJI-lOUSE, STRAND.. io.MFORROW', Ang. -12htb will be preseoteid (sixth time) 1.GORDON, the Gypsey. After wvhich (iith tiroe) OVE -AMONG THE ROSES, or the Master Iev. To ,conclude with (second time in this Theatre) the HtGHLAND REEL. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    In a few days, ESSENTIALS Of PARLIAMENTARY REFORM. By GEORGE GROTE, Esq. Baldwin and Cradock, Paternoster-row. Just published, price is. 6d. EFORM of the CHURCH ESTABLISHMENT a REMEDY fR for the DISTRESSES of the POOR. A Letter addressed to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Amierican' Ghshawk. --Dr. Gre- yille on two new-tecles of 'Mirisie' Algw' with Engravin. okSetch'-of the pro gerss of Geographical. Discove durig theupast year LptanGah's pe- dition to the East Coast- of Greenland. Hiinboldes Travaels iri Siberia. De Belernger's Overland Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHEAP EDITION OF MISS AUSTEN'S NOVEL&S Printed nniifornnly witkthe WaverlevySeies spublbshed,cplet in I vol. prF 66di pulis-d in3 vols. price hS13,8 enlisheawithEngravingsbY Greathatc fromu e s -byPickeing.- EN'S E and S N S ~I B-I.J LT Y. - B Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Now ready, 2 vole. post 8voI, ies LETTERS from CANADA and the UNITED STATES, writtenduringa JOURNEY in NORTH AMERICA. By JOHN ROBERT GODLEY, Moq. d "There is a good deal of observable matter in these volinmes, and he weiter's Subscribers-only content

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