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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Merrow

    land, 30 acres of pasture, 10 acres of wood, and 12 s . rent. Cravenhurst in Merrow was held by Elgar de Utterworth (in Cranleigh ) in 1285 , 13 and Lucia de Say gave 17 s . a year

    Economic and Social History Social History since 1815

    , and Berlioz's Messe des Morts in 1888 , Dvorák's Requiem Mass in 1891 and Elgar 's Dream of Gerontius in 1900 . The Elgar work fell a little flat, however, despite the fact that it had been specially commissioned.

    Parishes Chilmark

    sold in 1938 . A new rectory house west of the church was built to designs of Michael Harding & Elgar in 1939 . 269 There was a second house on the glebe in 1588 , said to be that

    Hanley Local government, economic history and social life

    the first made a profit which was given to local hospitals but the other four ran at a loss. 361 Elgar conducted the first performance of 'King Olaf' at the 1896 festival and thereafter regularly came to Hanley to conduct.

    Victoria County History

    , D.; Brown, Lancelo t; Burn ; Casali; Caux; Chambers; Christian; Dale ; Fowler ; Harding, Mic; Harding, Mic, & Elgar ; Herbert, Mervyn; Hoare; Imrie; Jones; Lane, Josiah; Manocchi; Moffat ; Moon; Morris & Co.; Paine; Papworth; Ponting; Quarenghi;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddiwedd mewev modd hapus a dymunol. Gwasanaethwyd wrth y byrddau gan Mrs. Evans. BrynRwyu Mawr; Mrs. Morgan, Maessewydd Mrs. Jones, Elgar ; Mrs. James', Fagwyr ; Mrs. Thomas, I Felin Gyffia ; Miss Hughes, TAlybont; a Miss Morgan. Ar ol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the garden, witlteut a stick, and, wheNr Iwa exlaoated, she would beat her dreadfully, either with a 1ct or %vihlebone.-Mt Elgar, lives at No.1, Nelson-street, obeecolnrmad the iast wiiness'sevidericein every.particullar, hir FrEancis he prisorlera hoeband, S'id, he knew helr to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tint dcsolteo ly--Thits is pci'c1ishiitout judd, c fitrieat !tctttvft cfcrg~y! BergSPt. Ifdiocrn2'ad'| A em vereing lsince, as Mr. aad ITr Elgar, of Mtvaidstone, vt're retti t tic 'oMIt tn a one-Iltonc elit3', after tpelldlia' tlie d- cbO/tt ten mitt's 'covo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sheerness, tailors-J. Beech and Sons, Stone and Longton, Staffordshire, mercers; as far as regards their establzshment at Stone- Viles and Elgar, Kennington cross, grocers-J. and J. A. Tasker, Warehsm, Dorsetshire, linen drapers-Reeves a-id Co. Cheltenham, riding masters-Evans and Pettingell, Monnt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    George, South Mimo Cadogoso, Cldonel Edw..rd, It Stratford place, Oxford strest 2 Chaoberr- Georg.- lniolo- row fClay. William, Twickenham Coekell, Elgar, Queen's ca.l, Douston Colliis, W. A. 4 Newr square, Liucoln's inn Co quilt, Capt. J. W. Ceosby-hall chambers Cole, Subscribers-only content

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