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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wymington or Wimington

    still held the manor in 1276 . 59 She died in 1284 , leaving as heir her son John de Exmouth . The property at this time included a messuage, a dove-cote, 120 acres of arable land, three 'nativi,' whose

    Hackney Mare Street and London Fields The south end of Mare Street c . 1830

    residence had made way for several buildings in Mare Street by 1812 . 26 Flying Horse Yard (in 1821 called Exmouth Place) and Lamb Lane , although not wholly built up, housed tradesmen and workmen in 1821 . 27 In

    Parish government and poor relief Plan of the Union Workhouse, 1876 (scale 1 :580)

    World War some joined emigration schemes to Canada , and boys were regularly placed on the naval training ship ' Exmouth '. Other children went to Greenwood industrial home, Halstead , St. James's orphanage, Colchester , and Lexden and Winstree

    Sport, ancient and modern Pastimes

    men for the fleet. Numbers of them served both in the Walcheren Expedition in 1809 and in that of Lord Exmouth in 1816 . Humpherus, op. cit. iii, 81, 114, 136. Both Eton and Westminster crews were in early days

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Sherborne

    Wyke , ' Stawell ,' Thornford , Oborne , Weston , and Stalbridge ( Dorset ), Carswell , Littleham and Exmouth , Beer and Seaton ( Devon ). 79 The amount assigned for distribution in alms to the poor on

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyfisol, pried Mr. Robert Humphreys, Creigiwr. Geufroe, Llangollen, ar fab. JOXES.-Ar y 7fed cyfisol, pried Mr. George Jones, 93, _ Exmouth St., Birkenhead, ar fab. _ JONES.-Ar y 23ain cyfisol, yn 1, Holborn-hill, Tran- rmere, Lerpwl, priod Mr. W. H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    relative to tne establish- mst'fh i depeuidelna neweppe P.-Glaeswa Ilerald, Atthe Wertmereland A&sXzes, ;V. Elmire. the driver of the Lord Exmouth coach. between Lnricaster and Kendal, was fonnd I lgni-l of Manslairghter, for having occasioned the death of W. |-Howson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FR ANCE. PARiS, Aun. 8.-The Philanitbropist Barrere bas again anpeared. His colleagne, BlIlaud Varennes, has also ap- jt~recd, after a long absence He was transported. to (Cavnne as to an Anthropopiagian Colony, to whom h e liad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their own eyes whea, they saw the reat " bit of blue' coming up the street. It appears that Lord Exmouth was thien oi his way to the Town-iall, to procure the assistance of the civil power to drag the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    price 2e. boards, tUe Seennd Edition Of THOUGHTS on FINAL UNIVERSAL RESTORATION. By CHARLES BARING, Esq. Printed by John Radford, Exmouth; and sold by Baldwin, Cradock, ana 305, London. MEMBERS of PARLIAMENT, Students, and TravoellerS, respectfully informed, they may be Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 February 1783, 12 February 1783

    Captain's Ship lay off there ', that Mr. Williams continued at Exeter, except that he came to the Lodgings at Exmouth on Saturday and ftaid till Monday ; that when Mr. Williams was away, Captain Peyton ufed to vifit Mrs. Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1783, 12 February 1783

    that Captain " be Non-pros'd, with fuch Cofts as to their Lordfhips " Peyton was there, his Ship lay at Exmouth, Eight or " "^ feem meet:" " Nine Miles off; that he ufed to dine there; that fhe faw Subscribers-only content

    5 July 1814, 5 July 1814

    Lord Exmouth, in the Courfe of the late War, and being defirous of beftowing upon the faid Lord Exmouth a fignal Mark of His Favor, and for this Purpofe to give and grant unto the faid Vice Admiral Lord Exmouth, Subscribers-only content

    6 July 1814, 6 July 1814

    Edward Lord Exmouth, in the Courfe of the late War, is defirous of conferring fome fignal Mark of His Favor upon the faid Lord Exmouth, and the Heirs Male of his Body, to whom the Title of Baron Exmouth L Subscribers-only content

    26 July 1814, 26 July 1814

    of Kinrofs and its Vicinity, whofe Names are thereunto fubfcribed : Alfo, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Exmouth and its Vicinity, whofe Names are thereunto fubfcribed : Alfo, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Sun Lodge

    The Cross, Exmouth, Devonshire 1804 Globe Hotel, The Strand, Exmouth, Devonshire 1809 Dolphin Inn, The Cross, Exmouth, Devonshire 1817 Globe Hotel, The Strand, Exmouth, Devonshire 1842 Royal Beacon Hotel, The Beacon, Exmouth, Devonshire 1866 Masonic Hall, Ferry Road, Exmouth, Devonshire

    Rolle Lodge

    (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, St. Andrew’s Road, Exmouth, Devonshire, England 1953 Masonic Hall, Exmouth, Devonshire, England 1899

    Lodge of Perseverance

    Ordnance Street, Plymouth Dock [now Devonport], Devonshire 1819 Theatre Inn, Cumberland Street, Plymouth Dock, Devonshire 1821 York Hotel, Manchester Street, Exmouth, Devonshire 1824 New Commercial Inn, Fore Street, Sidmouth, Devonshire 1829 London Hotel, Fore Street, Sidmouth, Devonshire 1837 Masonic Hall,

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 1st August 1833

    steam-packet up to Torquay. The cliffs and coast are beautiful. We saw Sidmouth where my poor Papa died, and Exeter, Exmouth , Dawlish , and Tynmouth . Unfortunately Mamma and I were very sick soon after. At ½ past 6

    Thursday 1st August 1833

    up to Torquay. The clifs & coast are beautiful. We saw Sidmouth where my poor Papa died, & Exeterer, & Exmouth , Dawlish & Tynmouth . Unfortunately Mamma & I were very sick soon after. At ½ past 6 we

    Wednesday 30th August 1843

    our progress on the map. We next passed, Budly Salterton , Powderham (Lord Devon 's place), in the distance, - Exmouth , Dawlish , & Teignmouth . At 1, passed Tor Bay, but could not go into it, though we

 

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