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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Spaxton Spaxton , Charlinch and Postridge c. 1838

    names indicate that clearance continued. 86 In 1380 a tenant on Spaxton manor had to dig up tree roots. 87 Felling was carried out in the later 15th century to the east of Spaxton park and at Stockland Lovel, where

    Political and Administrative History Political History from 1832

    Lowell , Government of Eng . ( New York , 1920), i. 482-5. For complaints of this kind, see H. Felling , America and the British Left , cap. 3. See F. H. Herrick , 'The Origins of the Nat.

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    Farrer , Wm., rector of Wincanton , Feaver : Silas, Wm., Fehn : Carl, Eliz., w. of Carl, see Plucknett Felling , Gabriel, goldsmith, felons' goods , Ferrers : Anne, m. Wal. Devereux, Ld. Ferrers, Edm., Ld. Ferrers, Hawise, w.

    Glastonbury Parish

    or Aldermoor was producing timber for hop poles as well as for fuel 209 and a later 21-year lease allowed felling at the end of each 7-year term followed by fencing to protect new growth. 210 A lease of 1584

    Bruton Bruton in 1885 Redlynch Park 1762

    maltsters, tallow chandlers, and tailors. 39 Later in the 17th c entury craftsmen included a cutler in 1670 and Gabriel Felling , a goldsmith. 40 Two contemporary traders issued tokens. 41 From the 1660s the production of serges and broadcloth

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i fyned i'r Cyfarfod Misol nesaf. Hysbysodd y Parch Lewis L Owen ei fod yn ddiweddar wedi talu ymweliad a Felling, Gateshead, a Newcastle, ac wedi cael ar ddeall fad ynoa amryw Gymry, ac y b~ddai yn bosibI feallai godi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kiligston-upsnHtull, merchant. J. Critchtey, Nottinghsam, dratper. - J. Carter, Stoettton, Durham, dealer. J. Oalkle5, St. John-street, West Smithfield, bedstead-.aker. liaVkwnrth, Felling, Durham, -anchorsmith. 3- Meanley, Rochidale, Lancashire, ironmonger. 3- Simpson and W. G. Fairmati, Old 'Change, factors. J-. Smnith, St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eniunce sile reveipt oifseiniscsiptions for the reaief of ihe iufi"rers by t, e dreadful Accident which IoItk place at Ie Felling ralliery ' ott i) nrnths-ago, the tsse-ancrtnily task has. again deolverd noun usl, of recordin, another distister alosk ti Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Invoermay. 5. Report of Ex5:periments n Feeding Stock ; by Mr. A, Hosden. 6. Description of Sawing lMachlines for Felling T'uimber; laid before the Society in the Coitiperstion for Preniiums in 18a. Printed for William Blackwuot~l Ediubgrgh; '. Cedell, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tinned Cso I, Drag Rapes, Men's Harness. Hair Cloth, Sfunge Heads, Smiths' Bevows, Handscrews, Old Files, Hand Hatchets, Hand Bills, Felling Axes, Barrows, Horse Shoes, Priming Irons, Old Tools, Spunges, Wadhooles, Park Pickets, Handcroswlevers, Curls, Wheels, Axletrees and Boxes, Stack Subscribers-only content

 

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