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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wisbech Fires

    is scarce in the Fens and brick earth plentiful. Timber-framed construction was therefore superseded by brickwork at an early date. This perhaps explains why it is that Wisbech has not suffered severely from fires. 55 In 1558 William Styrmin was

    Editorial note

    90 and the lower plate facing page 91, which originally appeared in The Mediaeval Fenland and The Draining of the Fens by Professor H. C. Darby , were kindly lent by the Cambridge University Press , who also allowed the

    The Middle Level of the Fens and its reclamation

    The Middle Level of the Fens and its reclamation THE MIDDLE LEVEL OF THE FENS AND ITS RECLAMATION The Middle Level of the Fens is, as its name suggests, the middle division of the Bedford Level, which occupies the southern

    Editorial note

    Agriculture will be found in the chapters on Political History, Social and Economic History, and the Middle Level of the Fens and its Reclamation, but the time and research required for the production of separate chapters on Agriculture and Military

    Wisbech Port, Nene outfall, canal

    , Draining of Fens , 137-9. N. Kinderley , Anct. and Present State of the Navig. of . . . Wisbech ( 1751 ), 70. Oldham , Hist. Wisb. River , 112-13. Darby , Draining of Fens , 142. Walker

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a fu farw yn ddiweddar, fywoliaeth Leverington a Parson Drove, yn Fens, am 48 mlynedd, a- derbyniodd oddiwrthynt 103,845p. yn ystod yr amser. d Y mae 'convocation' talaeth York wedi gomedd Y penadi pwyllgor i yxngynghori a phwyllzor y dalaeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'mewn i deyrnas Ddiv yn.'ystdd gwyeinidogaeth Ioan,hebymoatwng i athirawieth ioan a dolL loan 'lyn;.gwneothnr' diagyb~lioni'ir M~esiah. Fe lillasai lticodemneg ddeall Fens 'eled y. deyrnas yri ei natur' a'i hegwyddorion ar 01 cdad sytiada priodol' yn amlgeni adonW 3,-ond ynrallavai dyned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar Gravel, a- llaews o anhwylrdran med erasilydy eue~nly'n, ie8sP'nyn y c8'fn, yi Arean, a'r bo lwynau, Esgafader yn y Fens, Goroew, Blillyg Anadi, Greynt, JRlngyr.Mta, Rhwyedd, Coho, Siln'i yra yr Yselloaog. Dwfr toe Maitled, Dwfr Poetl, TelmLAd 0bwysro. pen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chaas, w.hell thle sal.ient atoms flew Arond the abvss and inade all space a Hell. Nature lay drowvned and dead. Fens, reoors, and hbgs, Anld plcasani vallies and aspiring hills, Itirers aiid trces were lost, m11oun.tains and lakes: I.ree -leaser Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William Fraser. 'VIeE PRESIDENT. roster Reynolds, Esq. C. W. Hallett, Esq. Thomas Meux, Esq.Sir James Gambier, John Kymer, EBo. Thomas Fens, Esq. Francis lKembe, Esb . Stephen N. Barber! Esq. Capt. Geo. Harris, R.N., C.D. George Farren, Esq. ResIDrnxT DlRECTOR. Subscribers-only content

 

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