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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Sharples

    in 1473 see Mamecestre , iii, 481; Folds is called a 'manor,' and the rent of 1 d . was due from it to the lord of Manchester . In 1409 the Folds and Hordern Solins in ' Harwood '

    Townships Briercliffe with Extwistle

    same to James Folds of Trawden , 27 and it descended with the purchaser's other estates till the early part of last century . Mr. Catlow Birtwistle is the present owner. The copyhold messuage of The Folds (del Foldes) was

    Townships Padiham

    32. In the same volume will be found records of the sums paid for entry to lands in 1323 -4. Folds MSS. There were some minor adjustments. Banastre, Lister and Roe had to pay 4 d . for Guldfield. Banastre

    Townships Ightenhill Park

    for 23 s . 10 d . The tenants were the vicar of Rochdale ( Gilbert Haydock ), £3; Thomas Folds , £2 8 s . 11 d .; William Shore , £2 14 s . 6 d .; William

    Townships Burnley

    c., at Burnley in 1425 -6 the following were concerned: Christopher, Edward and Henry Folds of Burnley , John Folds of Sudhall, Robert Folds and John Folds the elder of Briercliffe ; Towneley MS. RR, no. 1670. a The date

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to London for a publisher. But these years are past; their withering influences over. The book is printed by a Folds and pub- lished by a Curry; and the genius of a Maxwell,- far from the alien purlieus of Paternoster Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I POISON. In the neighbourhood of Folds, Little Bolton, an inquest has been held upon the bodyof William Eccles, a boy of nearly 15 years of age, son of' Henry Eccles, a carter, vbo has hitherto borne an irreproachable character. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iaforwcd, that t ii BUTION OF REWARDS took place there on Folds, is itlit. lthi veer itltceestiaf alsarnanca tins hem enadistno n r i l: if twenty years tiy a siacere and denoted friendl of ooth tin P' VANE, IA.A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peopled with niany a bird rocking aloft in your bouglis. fail I thou blue and tranquil expanse, whose fathomless concave Folds round the dark brown hill-sinks o'er the shadowy wool. Me too receive ! Escaped from my chamber's narrow con- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    quote a part of Faust's reply to Margaret's query, as to whether he believed in God The All-enfolding, The All-upholding, Folds and upholds He not Thee, me, Himself ? Arches not there the sky above us? Lies not beneath us, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Affairs of the East India Company, Minutes of evidence: 01 July 1830

    on Boards exactly 16 Inches wide; the Boards must be free from Turpentine, well planed and papered all over; all Folds in the Goods must be avoided, and they are to have the Ends slightly tacked, in order to keep

    Index, A - K

    Robert, 92, 237. " William, 209, 212, 215. Garnett Bridge , 30. " repairs of, 144, 145, 146, 149. " Folds, Skelsmergh , 48, 136. Garsdale , 17. Garsdale , Richard, 41, 42, 82. Garth Row , Underbarrow , 53,


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