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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Key map to VCH Wiltshire volumes

    K Kinwardstone Contents of volumes : I-V General chapters VI Wilton , Salisbury ; Underditch hundred; part of Branch and Dole hundred VII Bradford , Melksham , and Potterne and Cannings hundreds VIII Warminster , Westbury , and Whorwellsdown hundreds

    Key map of VCH Wiltshire volumes

    D Branch and Dole C & C Cawdon and Cadworth ND North Damerham SD South Damerham H Heytesbury K Kinwardstone Contents of Volumes: I-V General chapters VI Wilton , Salisbury ; Underditch hundred; part of Branch and Dole hundred VII

    Wiltshire Victoria County History: key map to volumes published V.C.H. WILTSHIRE KEY TO VOLUMES

    Damerham H Heytesbury Contents of volumes: I-V General chapters VI Wilton , Salisbury ; Underditch hundred; part of Branch and Dole hundred VII Bradford , Melksham , and Potterne and Cannings hundreds VIII Warminster , Westbury , and Whorwellsdown hundreds

    Branch and Dole hundred

    Branch and Dole hundred BRANCH AND DOLE HUNDRED Branch and Dole Hundred c. 1840 Branch hundred was called Brencesberga hundred in 1084 1 and may have taken its name from a barrow at which it met. 2 In 1084 it

    Introduction

    and those of the old Dole hundred beside the Till. Most had a strip of land, stretching from the river to the downs, on which open-field husbandry was practised. A straight line dividing Amesbury and Dole hundreds may have been

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downgate Ward. Styleyard.

    of Colon, Luderus de Linnenare, a Burges of Trevir, Bertram of Hamburgh, Godeschale de Hudendale, Burger of Trevir, John de Dole , Burges of Munster , then being in the same City; for themselves and all other Merchants and their

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Honourable Acts of Citizens.

    Mourners. Mr. Crowley preached. There was present all the Clothing of the Mystery of the Skinners. Afterward was a great Dole of Money; and then all went home to a Dinner: The Company of Skinners, to their Hall, to dine

    Book 2, Chapter 5 Limestreet Ward. Leadenhall.

    the said Triumph therein, and from thence to issue forth to the places therefore appointed. Item, At any Largess or Dole of any Money, made unto the poor People of this City; by or after the Death of any worshipful

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs without Bishopsgate. St. Leonard Shoreditch.

    of Arms: and about Her four goodly Banner Rolls of divers Arms. Mr. Becon preached. After was dispersed a great Dole of Money, being 2d. a Piece to each. And so all departed to the Place to Dinner. About the

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 28 May 1621, 28 May 1621-28 May 1621

    Coke: - That in Norfolke many Ministers have their principal Living by Tythe of Fish taken beyond Sea, called Christ's Dole. Sir Tho. Row: - Thinketh fittest, to have a Certainty set down. - Ingrossetur, Conference agreed to. Sir Edw.

    Index, D, 26 July 1554-30 November 1558

    , Vol. Ill, edited by Fern ndez Navarrete, letters printed in, 26, 77, 107, 315. Dodeham , David, Captain, 404. Dole , Franche Comt , 277. Donato , Signor, 113. Doolman , Fran ois, 241. Dordrecht , Holland, 358. Doria

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Coleman Street Ward, Third Precinct

    8.00 0.00 0.00 Manns , Sarah 1.80 9.00 0.00 0.00 Property assessed: 2hse. Savington , Richard 4.00 20.00 1.20 100.00 Dole , Jacob 1.00 5.00 0.00 0.00 Newton , John 1.20 6.00 0.00 0.00 Butler , - (Widow) 1.20 6.00

    Index, D

    793 (2), 988, 1767. Diest , 120 (2). Dijon , 347 (3), 384 (5), 395 (2), 425, 426, 1734 (6). Dole , 980 (5). Doncaster , 266 (2), 1155, 1223. Doria , Giovanni Andrea, 112, 637, 844 (1). Dorset ,

    Index, D, 01 January 1553-31 December 1553

    346, 357, 396, 412, 417, 441, 442, 469. Discovery , voyages of, 14, 31, 38 39, 51, 58, 361 362. Dole , the bailliage of, 60 note. Doria , Andrea, 324, 330, 356, 383. Dormer , Sir William, 260 note.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    xp~bpiabau. Yn awr yn barod, pris lc., neu 9c. y dwsin. TE IL YN Y D EML, sef Caneuon at wasanaeth y Temlwyr Da, yn cynwys Cauenon gan yr awdwyr canlynol:-Cranogween, Llystyn, D. Clan Llyfnant, Gweryddon , ac erall; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO THE ELECTORS OF THE Coutributory Boroughs of Beaumaris, Am- lwoh, Liangeful and HIolyhead. G ENTLEMEN,- G , ~ In reply to ibe requisitions, numerously and respectably signed, with which I have been honoured, inviting me to become a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llewelyn, Ifor Bach, Amaeth- ydd, loan Fedyddiwr, Gostyngedig, Siwgr Candi, Adelphos Goatyngedig (2), Suenydd, Hoff wr ei flas, Edeyrn, Jiewi'r Dole, Garddwr, Gwladwr, Ymdeithydd, Bob y cychwr, G*r o agwedd morgrugyn, Plentyn natur, Ivy, Rhosyn yr haf, Melus, Ml e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sin., ,5:. 9. Pat13bShe'_Mr. D~Edwnrda, Cemmaj',tW- D2: 0. BEWi I Ink S~ifwtap5d.*f4al 8 tre;5)w D0 Jon ex, ADlgeU% . -); Dole ft i fflley 45 - < J4'~ B18. ESameylU Fancy I1. cbyl f i High; <.;Szd-at¶,By.A-488O .-' t- - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vuy forod,+ g a M aa E. A. Stephens (~os lloicdvr). BeitrniadaeUthy oyfiothiad o'r Soesneg i'r Gyymrseg; aorti, Mri.L. Rhystyd Dole, .lnddewiiaiW. H Cbos, Owm. ojfia, yn gyfatlaL Birnisdseth k-aw )du ar y tosea ar y geirila, ' Fe welir Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/096/261/002

    of the inferior sort of people to the Tea houses - both diminish drunkenness. Drunkenness is the vice of the Dole - Luxury has greatly increased the number of occupations even of those who exercise no lucrative employment for their

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DENYS, Robert (by 1530-92), of Holcombe Burnel and Bicton, Devon.

    Sir Thomas, his sole executor, whom he instructed to complete the almshouses which he had started to build at Livery Dole, Exeter, in 1591. He wished to be buried at Holcombe Burnel and asked his widow to have herself laid

    HOWE, Richard (c.1652-1730), of Chedworth, Glos.

    on 3 July 1730. His heir was his cousin, the eldest son of John Grobham Howe II.Hoare, Wilts. Branch and Dole, 49; Cumb. RO, LW2/D10, Lowther to Lowther, 22 Jan. 1681; HMC Bath, iv. 368; Bath mss, Thynne pprs. 18,

 

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