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    Bampton and Weald Manors and castle Bampton Castle ; West Front

    south and south-east of the house, including Horse close and coppice which were later confused with the lessee's freehold. 61 Fishpools in the garden in 1317 were probably in the canalized streams of Shill brook, and a dovecot in the Victoria County History

    Parishes Steeple Aston Steeple Aston , 1767 Middle Aston , 1682

    and on to Upper Heyford by way of Duckworth's well. From Duckworth's well it was also possible to go by Fishpools spinney and Cuttle mill to Heyford Bridge. 7 The road from Steeple Aston to Middle Aston went by way Victoria County History

    Index Of Subjects, F, 01 January 1706-31 December 1706

    for, Excise of, 496. Fishermen in Poole harbour, 505 of Great Yarmouth, 496. Fishing Admirals. See Fisheries Newfoundland. Fishings and Fishpools in Delamere Forest, banks cut down in Civil War and restored, 634 grants or leases of, 634. Tadpool, lease British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AMPTON ROAD, Nefit the Old Church, Edgbistou. NVi-laSSd IAtlsnats. gilven for ihe laying-out of Pirko, Atlioretulmn., VillaGaulenoP bck Work andIFernei'ies, Fishpools,, &e ESTABLIeSHED 283 5. 913 TE ft s hI"tai 'lst otr~, )i c ,c 2t171tint b, .ntruot~ious, fgreatf and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the Old Chulrch, Edgbaston. N.B.-Plans and estimates givers for the laying-out of Parks. Arboretums, VilUa Gardens, Rok Work and Ferneries, Fishpools, &a. ESTABLnS91EDc 1835. 180 1j1°PRGET-IMIJ-N-OT, TUJLIPS. aitd other SPRING A FLOWERING PLANTS.-R. H. VERTEGANS inites an inspection of his Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Near the Old Church, Edgbaston. N.B.-Plans and estimate.s given for the laying-out of Parks Arboretums, Villa Gardens, RB.ckcWork and Fornorie, Fishpools, lc Eerisslmrs;Iic 183i. i60 TONDON AND NORTIH-WESTERN RAILWAY. ROYAL PROmENADE GARDENS AND SUTTON COLDFIELD PARK. CHREAP EXCURSIONS, EVERY MONDAY Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Old Church, E1eghnbatoz. N.B.-Plans and estimates giVen for the laying olt of Park .Arlretua Villa Gardens. Ride Woric and Fernre Fishpools Ac oErsm LIsnED I83M. 160 JERSEY ! JERSEY!! JERSEYl!! i2HAVE'S London Hotel, near the Weighbridge and Quay, within one Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    (lid Chutrch, Edigbaston. N R. -Plans end estimates given for tie laying-ont ofParks Arboretums, Villa Gardens, Rink Work and Ferneoie3, Fishpools, &e ES . 1Ae'3sen 103. 1SE0 JERSE~~~~~~FJLRS~~~~E it-ffi"EY U , HTAVE'S London Hotel, nenr the Weighbridge anad Goad accommnodatiolon Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    tire Odt Chusrch, Edgihaston. N.B.-Plans and e~tiruates given far thle laying-out of Parke. Arboretuals, Villa Ciardlcs, IIRno Work nodi Fernorics, Fishpools, to. _____________ ~~E'rTnrBcrSITs 14S32. 340 (N EAT ETIN R LW Y.W ISNfJ GR~ OL.IDAYS.-0ruirnsry Retuirn Tickets. isscile on Fidaely, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the Old Church. Edghaston. N.B.-Plans and estimates given for the laying-out of Parks. Arboretnns, Villa Gardens, R~oek Work and Femrunes, Fishpools, &c. EsTAnBLsHEuD 163I. 160 THIT MONDAY AND TUESDAY, WT JUNE 2 AND 3, 1873. SPECIAL ZEXCURSlbN TRAIN will run Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the Old Church, Edgbaston. N.B.-Plas and estimates given for the haying-out of Parks, Arboretums, Villa Gardens, Rock Work and Ferneries, Fishpools, &o. ESTABLIMEDLs 1835. 129 G. G.W. JONES, HEARD, AND CO., G. W. JONES, HEARD, AND INGRAM, STEAM! COAL, AND Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the Old Church, Edgbaston. rb uPiaas antd estimates given for the laying-out of Parks. . 3ilaGardens, R.ck Work and iFeorerieo, Fishpools, &c. ETA.BLISUED 1335. 129 T may~bT~r OS--A PROVISIONAL PATENT Instructi- 3tuicd, alt a total cost of £S. Bs. The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Near the Old Church, Ed;bacton. il.B.-Plans and estimuates given for the laying-out, of 'Parks. ArbOretumns Villa Gardens, Rank Worlcand Ferniriurs, Fishpools, c.; viil lcvae (i i' {E ,9now 1r.m nn 7.s 125. 1,*l2ey .io T dl 7u0nti, 7.32 'West llroisnivch Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Church, oEdgbaaton. N.B.-Plai janm estimtats given for the laying-out of Parks. I -toresincn3 Villa GCirleno R)o r iYork and Ferneriess Fishpools, dto. _ _ __ Es r.tstir:ri 1835. 118 . MIDLAN\D -PATfAY.-IN4TERNATIONAL EXHI- itltNm ('O l;S EX C tRS IONS, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Church, Edgliaston. AN. -BTIPan50 and cotlinates given for the laying-ont of Parka. boretums, vill , Gardems EIpck Work and Ferneries, Fishpools, *cc. ESTktnLasrnm 183l5. 118 T OURS IN THE PYRENEES. TOURISTS' TICKETS ar new Ifssed by the Pacifie Steeam Navigation Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    NEW PATENTS. tConirlrbteeil hpa Mir. Ger'cqfe Shamr.) The following Patents were se3led duricig the week ending i April 4,1878:- John Q. Mather, Newcastle-on-Tyns, for a brake for the wlceeli of common road carriages ann( other vehieles. Dated October 1 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Yorkshire, brickmakers - Scott, Shaw and Co, Montreal, and J. Fox and Co, Sheffield - R. Ward and Co, Bildworth Fishpools, Nottinghamshire, annual- ized manure makers - Westley and Clayton, Child's place, Temple bar, newspaper agents - J. and E. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Farm, Eastnor, on the body of a farm labourer named Thomas Shaw, aged 55, who was found dead in the Fishpools Meadow on Saturday morning. It appears he had a. stroke about four years ago and was laid up some Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PROVISION MARKETS. I osdon, July 31.- The arrivals lust week from Ireland were 3.011 firkins butter and 2,777 bales bacon, and from foreign ports 1..015 casks butler and 3,030 bales bacon. In Ihe Irish butter market there was more Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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