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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Preface 6

    of Ely Lord Chancellor. Cott . Library, Julius B. 9. Brompton 's Chronicle. Hist. Monachor. St. Albani. Theier. Biblioth. MSStor. Dugdales Baronage. Catalogue of Honour by Mills. Stow 's Summary. His Annals. Baker's Chronicle. Bp. Pilkingtons Confutation. Treatise of Tithes.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Grendon

    the south-east of Grendon Church . It consists of about 500 acres, and has long been the property of the Dugdales of Merevale. Although it is not mentioned in Domesday, WHITTINGTON existed as a separate manor as early as 1219,

    Compton Bassett Compton Bassett 1839 St. Swithun's Church from the north-east in 1806

    econ. hist. ( Compton Bassett ). Andrews and Dury , Map (W.R.S. viii), pl. 14; for Manor and Dugdale's, below, manors (Blake's; Dugdale's). Andrews and Dury , Map (W.R.S. viii), pl. 14. Som. R.O., DD /WHb 1006. O.S. Maps 1",

    Townships Whalley

    for about £12 a year, which he augmented by venturing to give physic to the country people'; he told the Dugdales a cure was possible if they could pay for it. Then the Nonconformists of the district held prayer meetings

    Parishes Bredon

    (as John Dutton , esquire) in 1800 . 149 The estate passed before the end of the century to the Dugdales , and now belongs to Colonel James Dugdale of Sezincote House , Moreton-in-Marsh , co. Glouc. The present Hinchwick

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a cWeek or 1WQ bck, Vida i Popish Bards s,' We have here, we have here muster'd Lauderdale Earl The Dugdales, and Lonsdales, all dales you can mention; Ellenborough, whose taste is his tresses to curl, Though that taste little Subscribers-only content

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    z'nu 'lies Yacht mans1;ee, by lercy Fitzgerald; Madame 'Dufoier, b- Mrs Lynn L.intoun; T1he Oueen's Cadet, by James Grant; Lady Dugdales Diamonds, by MIrs iliddlell; A Debt of Honour, by Sir C. L. Younr,; No Rose without a Thorn, by- Subscribers-only content

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    form, and great sympathy is felt for the Speaker in his domestic anxiety. Mirs. Peel, who was one of the Dugdales of Warwickpshire, is a highly aecoaplished and very amiable lady, and is one of the most popular hostesses in Subscribers-only content

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    ,1, *n I did not Intend to shoot him; I fired ten or twelve yh- t above him." By Mr. Dugdales Not profeesing to have surgical know- lc dge, he could not say whether the black skin around the eye Subscribers-only content

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    the church, the visitors re- turned to lltherstone, through the undulating park sur- rounding AMerevalle Hall, the seat of the Dugdales; and this was by no means less enjoyable than the pleasant wallks of the earlier part of the day. Subscribers-only content

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