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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Arms, Seals, Insignia, Plate, and Officers

    city include a gold mayoral chain presented in 1863 and a silver gilt mace presented in 1897 by the makers, Elkington and Co., to mark the diamond jubilee of Queen Victoria . The civic plate consists mainly of modern pieces,

    House of Cistercian monks The abbey of Pipewell

    , Rokeby, 'Lalleford,' Newbold , and 'Thirnmilne,' in Warwickshire , and for their granges of Ashby , Winwick , and Elkington , in Northamptonshire . The bread cart from Causton would have to make a considerable round. In 1287 the

    Cherington Church

    cli, 1548 (Edw. Fabian by grant of Edw. Baynton); 1563 (Edw. Mills by grant of Mary (?) Baynton); 1593 (Thos. Elkington ); 1756 (Dan. Lysons of Hempsted ). Reg. Giffard , 330; Hockaday Abs. cli; John George , who acquired

    Houses of the Gilbertine order The priory of North Ormsby or Nun Ormsby

    of Warlotes, and certain other lands. Robert, steward of William of Percy, gave to the nuns the churches of South Elkington and Little Grimsby , pasturage for sixty sheep, besides lands in Little Grimsby and Fotherby . 2 Ralph de

    The ancient borough Municipal charities

    one by Courteen, one by the 'Gentlemen of the Lottery', 15 and the third by a donor named Evington or Elkington . The donations seem to have been made about 1617, and the money was vested in the corporation for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uwchlaw oymeryd a ddysg oddiwrth y presenol wrth wneyd darpariadau gogyfer W'r dyfodol.-Cbel. LLYTHYR 0 LERPWL. CIiLFYDDWAITH CYMREIG YSBLENYDD.-Yn siop Elkington, Churoh street, gellir gweled delw bres sydd yn meddu dyddordeb naillduol i bob Cymro a hoffwyr y eelfau cain. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    efe a gynlluniodd y medal sydd ar hyn o bryd yn cael ei barotoi i'r eymdeithss hono gan y Mri. Elkington. Iddo of hefyd yr ydys yn ddyledus am dyst-yagrif brydferth v Brifvsgol yn Aberystwyth. YU ddiweddar eafodd ei ethol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAW. COURT OF KING'S BENCH. Wedneesday, June 28. LOCl V. aOAST. This was an action for a scandalous and obscene libel. The plaintiff was a gentleman, and filling a bigh situation in the Custom-house, the defendant was a surgeon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Temple. B. Marshall, Nottingham, stone-mason. [a.cdougall-, Caunon row. T. Cle, Exeter, builder. [Brutton, Old Broad, stret.- E~ Herbert, Leamington-Priors, linen-draper. [Elkington, Birmtinghlsm. T. Horsfall, HaliFaxdrysalter. CWalker; Exchequefr Gffie. R. Gwinfiell, Cheltenham, plumber. [Vizard and Co. Lincoln'sinn fields.' W. Scott, Lower Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    innkeeper. [Hicks & Marris, Gray's-inn. J. Atkins, Ostord, cabinet-maler. [Philpot & Co. Southampton-st, Bloorns- buu y-sq. W. Paget, Birmingham, hosier. [Elkington, Mincing-lane: W'. W. h~arris, Bristol, victualler. [White & Whitmore, Lincoln's-inn. Friday, June 1. INSOoTVENTS.-H. Alexander, Brentwood, Essex, corn-dealer. 3. Subscribers-only content


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