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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Swindon Education and charities

    1944 Act gave the force of law to the recommendation of the Hadow Report and with the completion of the Drove Secondary School in 1946 , schools in Swindon were reorganized on the lines which had been planned in c

    Parishes Grateley

    to south-west, and the modern road, which keeps, roughly, to the same course, is known in one part as Grately Drove . Ther e was an inclosure award here in 1778 . 3 Manor GRATELY is not mentioned in Domesday

    Lyng Manor and other estates

    a fishery called Tappingweir, which was said to be on the Parrett, 76 and probably lay near the present Tappingwall Drove in Othery . The messuage remained part of the Winchester estate, administered with Ruishton tithing, until 1868 or later.

    Wicken Wicken Before Inclosure c. 1840

    more on the northern lanes, while eight buildings at the Lode housed 15 cottagers. Another 15-20 dwellings stood on Lower Drove , the more northerly road that linked Drury and Chapel lanes before running north-west, and up to 15 along

    Ely Hundred Downham Plan of St. Leonard 's Church

    of the houses formerly extended; in Fodder Fen the houses are scattered at considerable intervals along four parallel droves, each drove from ½ to 1 mile long and about ¼ mile from its neighbour. There are other fen hamlets at

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/095/023/001

    Redundancies by Ulteriority of ulteriority Use with Drove after it drove Use | drove after -extension Use.. Drive

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nllowig of thechmnve iof foxti~ee, is moved by a letter he rceifes froml lie to repeit jus't in time to Drove bIim-elf not altoarr lbnivorhv of her hand. Such ij the outline of this co- sr~edy. flOWTOrs acts tihe cart Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    defy, Sirf both the New and the Old World malae it appear that I am even iaistalen, or ratther to Drove me ay of wilfal misrepresentation in any case and matter touching eiiratioa to Ameria or elsewhere. If I feared, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    almost unnatural appearance.-It appeared from the statement of the father and mother that they lived at a place called Dyer's Drove Farm, near Copper's Gap, in the immdiate vicinity of Brighton, and that for some months past the child had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    made by the plaintiffs arose o t of the hire of a cartiage, horse, and harness, in which Mrs Norton drove out. He would prove that the income of the defendant was ample; that the carriages were used with the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    advantage to innocent prisoners as to pub- lic justice, for a ptisoner convicted upon imperfect evidence woald be enabled to Drove his iniocence, and to .eat aside the erroneous verdict, instead of Maving, as nOw, to wone application to the Subscribers-only content

 

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