skip to the main content area of this page

Search results

You searched for: Place: Dorn

Found 3,156 matches across 5 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

    15 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Parishes Steeple Barton The Bartons, c. 1800

    west bank of the Dorn in the middle of the parish, and Sesswell's Barton , earlier Barton Ede (from its 14th-century lord William Shareshull and its early 13th-century lord Odo or Otes), east of the Dorn . 3 There were

    Parishes Westcott Barton

    south but falls to 120 m. along the river Dorn which crosses the parish from west to east. The uplands are mainly of the Great Oolite limestone, but along the Dorn there are bands of alluvium, clay, and Chipping Norton

    Parishes Wootton Wootton , c. 1800

    is mostly limestone brash of the Great Oolite, with deposits of alluvium along the rivers Dorn and Glyme and an unnamed tributary of the Dorn running south-eastwards from Ludwell . 18 In places the soil lies only thinly over the

    Parishes Blockley

    . Dorn is situated on the west side of the Fosse Way, which here forms the eastern boundary of the parish. It is traditionally the site of a Roman station, and coins and pottery have been found near Dorn Farm;

    Parishes Sandford St. Martin Sandford St. Martin , c. 1770

    5 and flows east, out of the parish, to join the Dorn in Steeple Barton . The Tyte rises between Sandford and Ledwell and flows west into the Dorn through the artificial lakes in Sandford Park . A spring in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

    3,009 results from this resource, ordered by date. View more View all

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parch.3. Donne, EGAith 1-H'ag'beirg~wylliwlelwjo x E .iiig-~~ ~ ~ Donpe ,1T3dygwnpleurho *g y euro Ebenesar, Llnefn drwdrddgaoy. Parch. J. ygl Dorn a Pdmeltoce,~l Kgy. Riiwar0:ob:rat Gl H ,OWRL-4 .o sj! ge.yan. ychwaupn ea.restr . muwoatbiaunyr wycbnmos bon, Mr. Jobni Hbowe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'n inilw\m ei chymeryd pe yii ymndaith y-iloaol. Gw Nwvy1 hefvd eu bod wedi rhoddi deuddeg o fagnpelau trymion ar Dorn Kloof. lNil oeld dimn 'i3M win'd yn ligmyioi)) buny, aid en- eilio at i(1i--iWC-bIld vIi ol dros yr alfoil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lul glebv, Birmnimtugt n, eoenee-cnrieri. Attornev, M:r. * Ler, Eschcqiisu-iijc', Liucoli'4-iusu, rW. Barton, Dotcaster, maltster. Attorney, Mr. i Gray'sliro-quare. A. Dorn, Vanxhlall, victoaller. Attorney, Mr. W*,0 NeIer Norfolk-it rest. * - e 'e lV.Balty, Kirkby-Steplreo, Wetmoreland, sobetcen1ist ney, Mr. Cle.ter, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eaten Illore heartily than usual, she sighs double the usuial num- ber of times, and thinks that tender hearts were Dorn to, be ulnlappy. Such beirnf the Alaid-servant's lif6 in doors she scorns, whenF brom , to be att thing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    X, ~~~~~~~~~~of i'*n'milS aaros ofSilty 'wpiu'atry rs3~ri ithColloqu~ial Esiays;, rticlafyadptetoredefti~ spakin ofFrd~b asyto English 'Persons. ~~D~J~OL~b,'b~of~s~gof te Fenc LafgusiS,1 Suos' square- anid '?'Ie lane;he~siie Ljoordonr ~this w rk to be the Most complete; h ngpr, ae been bd u Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

    22 results from this resource, ordered by date. View more View all

    The land for the people: how to obtain it and how to manage it, 1885

    graves. If they had lived at the time of the French Revolution they would have thought it natural for low- Dorn men and women to revel in blood. If in Egypt at the present time, they would think it inevitable Subscribers-only content

    Administration de Major Guillaumot, 1845

    dans un ordre du jour que M. de Bulow abandonnerait sa maison dont on disposait, et irait s'etablir chez M. Dorn . - Lc baron comprit qu'on voulait le pousser a bout, et comme tin brick des Etats-Unis allait mettre Subscribers-only content

    Administration de Major Guillaumot, 1845

    un an comme ouvriers de la communautc; aussi quand un navire etait en rade, des agents de la compagnie, M. Dorn lui- m & ne, etaient places au debarcadere, tenant d'une main une machelle (1) et de Taulre le susdit Subscribers-only content

    Administration de Major Guillaumot, 1845

    « Nous avons ici peu de nouvelles de ce qui se passe a Sanfo- n Thomas ct celles qui nous arrivent sont fort ambigues. On a an- » nonce la demission deM. Guillaumot et rmtenm de M. Dorn , ct Subscribers-only content

    Administration de Major Guillaumot, 1845

    Malherbe demanda a M. Dorn Texplication de ce qui venait de se passer, lui demanda ce que signifiaienl ces patrouilles qui depuis plusieurs jours faisaient des Plantation a l' Ouest de la baie. (2) M. Dorn capitaine d'artillene de Tannic Subscribers-only content


Document Type



Workspace options

Save this search to your workspace

Save checked results (you can make connections from your workspace)

Save and connect checked results to an existing connection

Don't have an account?

Register now to set up your own personal workspace

Bookmarking options

Download options

Click the checkbox next to each item


As a not-for-profit service, we welcome donations from our users.