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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y LRMAU A GANLYN Agpe Dropsy . v'er Cor- '&edondr asna lDysetery plaint Sinpt Biios Coin- sas Lumbago 7c-boulereu pnlaints Fern Ixeg Piles ._ Tani Bloteheq on E lari tios Eesutisi Mlceers theSkin: Feversy of all .etention Of Venesl9 Ai- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GWEDDILL STOCK MR. GRIFFITH ROBERTS. NEWYDD DA 'Rv- HOLL' W'LAD'I (0 hyn hyd i ddiwedd y mii presenol), yr HAT1L ST0C3'K UCHOD DI L tL A R R iADY IE, 2n y Coventry House, Gaelod'Stryd 'Ll Cae -o pn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ffabiabau ti MAE Spaen hyd yma yn ymlwybro yn weddol gyda'i Gweriniaeth; ond nid yw yr adroddiadau diweddaf oddiyno yn rhoddi llawer o sicrwydd am y dyfodol. Mae ei pheryglon yn amlwg yn amlhau, ac os gall y Weriniaeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    di-gflr, Ar fynaes bur peradwys. Dos a d'wed wrth lesa &c. , Eb YLLTYE WILLIAiS. DYDD Y VARY. Dyld y Fern I divedd a fydd Ar y bvd heb arbedydd. Gwiri, Duw y gair y lwg. Ddirgelion fyrdd i'r golwg, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,ievre piirch:esit'o ul i thi. u i ,1 ii s \ nilecl, e ti o the'rc ee tth' osgeni' e Fern roT' lre lstal e'~ tr it ' d n iv D. Dlra'ide'ii, TUiverpool, sole -_ agea, t. for Fltl(.l Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Shipton-on-Cherwell Economic history

    common'. Oldfield plain in the north-west was also sheep common, and Campsfield in the southwest was 'common to all'. The Fern pasture in the south-east was several, presumably to the lords of the manors, from Lady Day to Lammas, after

    Tudor York Cultural and social life

    wrote 'Oeconomia Rokebiorum': B.M . Add. MS. 24470, ff. 294-333, print. T. D. Whitaker , Richmondshire , i. 158 sqq.; Fern wrote The Blazon of Gentrie ( 1586 ). De Fonblanque , Annals House of Percy , i. 407, n.

    Hampstead North End, Littleworth , and Spaniards End

    the inhabitants included merchants at Fern and Heath lodges, a banker at Hill House , a clergyman at Camelford Cottage, a solicitor at Crewe Cottage, and several described as 'independent'. A major-general lived in Fern Lodge in 1851 72 and

    Lichfield Manors and other estates

    house in 1806 when it was occupied by a wine merchant, John Fern ; in 1848 another wine merchant, Henry Hewitt , was living there. 29 Either Fern or Hewitt built the present house. The house at Stowe with an

    Parishes Adlestrop

    live in the village. Away from the village, two farm-houses were built to the north, following inclosure in 1775 . Fern Farm is built of rubble with a Cotswold stone roof, and has two stories and attics. Beside it is

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 6 [Present State.] Cripplegate Ward.

    a pretty Yard, but small. Red Rose Court , indifferently large, but mean. White Rose Court , small and ordinary. Fern 's Yard, a Place only for refining of Lead. Beech lane , comes out of Whitecross street , and

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 15/05/1706

    he was there taken Prisoner by the French, and carry'd to Lewk , but made his escape, and came to Fern in Sweden , where being listed into that King's Service to go into Poland, he ran away; and coming

 

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