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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chief mourner; and iiot only il tjte sta'e prce sioln at Nvind sorl hat also ioi tioe soleIn- removal 'rom Fence toW occur which, it is under- stood, is to ta' ptac ina tie uictt but tlle time It not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hasjust arrived here, with the melancholy and unexpected intelli. Fence of the death of the Queen of Wurtemberg, after an :~lnegs of only five days. The fatal disease was a violent es qsipitas, which, affecting the ]lead, produced high fever. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of which she can station a sinrle vessel. The Milan Decrte of 18017 can stjll less rest for its de- Fence on the stipposed arcquiescence of the United States in the British Orders of the preceding mouth, sipce those orders, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (reeit, Dartiirci, XKnit, linen-draper. Attuoriim, AICs;4. .Pldti'et alld SonToraple. . P. I-weant tse-Moock-~t-:lt., Viiik, paper-iianiihtcturor. Attcr- neey, r. Godytninlpd;zarl-strere. rAiinett, Fence, .Nortihcimirriaaid, a54ent and buit'her. Attoi- ities !Iessrs. lqrt sandc( CO .k Uln-streel, Amierica-stqunre. IG. DrGr n.ied, North Sliield, erocer. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a lioe to be ratter fess affectiaente in 'fin' shape. I harried on my coat and waistcoat ill Ai$ p4re- Fence, and then he walked before ma into thte library. lbis l~rs"y, fiWtt tip in the perfectiot niofiate, is the Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Old Laund Booth

    of the Fence is unknown, the irregular boundaries of Goldshaw Booth , Higham-with-West Close and the detached portion of Old Laund Booth for some distance round Fence Gate , Hewn Ashlar and Fence House point it out approximately. Fence Gate

    Townships Higham with West Close Booth

    and Henry Parker of White Lee , Richard Grimshaw of Fence , Nicholas Hargreaves , and eight others. In 1662 there were twenty-one tenants, the chief being John Moore of Fence , Thomas Croysdale, Lawrence Duxbury and John Moore of

    Townships Reedley Hallows, Filly Close and New Laund Booth

    James Hargreaves touching a right of way over Banister Heald in the vaccary of Reedley Hallows, through Filly Close to Fence Gate , and from Byerden Gate to Saxifield Common. 18 In 1727 Leonard Clayton , son of Henry Clayton

    St. Briavels ST. BRIAVELS AND HEWELSFIELD 1840 St Briavels Village Area, 1608

    it had been encroached by cottagers, but it was later assumed to be part of the parish. In 1787 the Fence , on the north boundary of the parish, probably the land called in 1282 'le defens', meaning an inclosure,

    Townships Melling with Wrayton

    s . 9 d . His heir was a daughter Susanna, aged five; ibid. xxviii, no. 59. Richard Thornton of Fence forfeited houses, & c., in Whalley and Melling , having apparently assisted the Duke of Hamilton in his invasion


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