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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Goathurst Goathurst 1842

    to create lakes and waterfalls. The buildings in the park included a rotunda and a bridge ( 1755 ), the Druid 's Temple ( 1756 ), the Temple of Harmony ( 1764 ), and Robin Hood 's House ( 1765

    Parishes Stapleford

    church and at Field Barn . 172 In the late 20th century Druid 's Head Farm became the main farm buildings of the Druid's Lodge estate, which included Druid 's Head farm, Parsonage farm, and lands in Winterbourne Stoke and


    of the 19th century, since at least 1848. 16 At Druid's Lodge there was an inn known as the ' Druid 's Head' in 1822 and until 1867, but it seems to have ceased being used as an inn by

    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Roman Catholicism

    Street . They moved to Stone c . 1828. 30 The Little Sisters of the Poor, after two years at Druid 's Hall, Albion Street , Hanley , moved in 1892 to Cobridge House in Cobridge Road , the home

    Parishes Elsfield

    He managed to crowd into them not only ponds and cascades, but scale-models of a triumphal arch, a pyramid, a Druid temple, and the tower of Babel . He built a stable in imitation of 'a Norman religious structure', and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :-GENEDIGAEAU.- |Rhagfyr 6ed, priod&Mr. Thornas Huges,>Psnt. y celyn, ::1wydelwwnjarfercl# '';:1'.,..". -.:* . -'PRIiODS iA;, Ar' 7 Ifed-. cylisol, yr egiwy St.I ai, iver Io, ~a Pjarch.' J. -Jamaes, t.A,,~ Mr' . Willisam -Roberts, Eiverpooi,a Hnaw;^h, trydedd ferch Mr. oRdbert Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gystadlreuaeth yrnlaen, sef eystadleuaeth y corau ar ganu, " Mae'r Nos ye dod." Y goreu oedd cbr Llangwm; 3ii, cor Druid ion. Yeas wedi cael anerchiad gan y Parch. E. Jones, a chan gao Gwrtheyrn, canodd corIlangwm, " A gogomant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : (12), Gwril; Mynach, Glan Edogy Cefn- ddwyearn, Lhryneinion, St. Devi,' Llafar, Meurig. Derri leo Side, PenartlilSlema. ~Ebrill,: (3) EgvrnY,, Druid, Heart of OA.' Mai:. (1), Penrhyndeudraeth, i 'iMehefin: (2), Bronbe:na a; -Gwerfil. 1Erbyn hyn-y y. Mae. -eyfrinedd Doe brth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mnab hynaf y diweddar Mr. Hugh yd. Parry, Bootle Water Works, f Rebecca, merch hynaf y diweddar Mr. H! Hughes, Druid, ger Corwen Y MARWOLAETHAU. l Y DAniEs.-Rhag. 28, ye 16 oed, ar ol maith gystrsdd, yr yd- hwn a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arbboniatth. al~o al Derbyniwyd :-Penillion cof am Miss Grifliths, Ceryg Druid30n 108 Nebo, lonllyfni, gan loan Ulan Batln -"EPon oeditwn gynt, iar yn Pachgen," ga Lltysfaei-ao "Anogaeth i Ddirwestiaeth," in- gan 0. T. Hughe;, Forthmudoy, er- ?aS a LLWYDDIANT Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Journal, July 1777, Volume 84, 01 July 1777-31 July 1777

    Powell and John Fowler of Bristol, praying leave to export to Jamaica, fifty barrels of gunpowder, on board the ship Druid . Read an Order of the Lords of the Privy Council, dated the 14th July, 1777, referring to this

    Parishes (East Ward), St Colombe, Warcop

    Parishes (East Ward) St Colombe, Warcop THE PARISH OF ST. COLOMBE, WARCOP. Including the Manors of Sandford, Burton and Bleatarn. ANTIQUITIES. In this parish we have the "Druid's Temple, "half a mile N.E. of Scober. Tumuli, S. of main


    4. 256, 267, 287 8, 290, 292, 294 Dover (40), 412 Dragon (74), 296 7, 299, 302 3, 307, 310 Druid sloop , 310 Dublin (74), 178 9 Duc d' Aquitaine (64), 201, 212, 229 Duc de Chartres (Fr. 60),

    Parishes (West Ward), St Laurence, Crosby Ravensworth

    Manors of Mauld's Meaburn and Reagill. ANTIQUITIES. Within this parish we have: Stone Circles, (1) called the "Druid Circle" half a mile W. of S. from Oddendale; (2) another half a mile N.N.E. of Hardendale; (3) a circle and tumulus


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