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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Thakeham Nonconformity

    Presbyterian households in the parish. 10 The group apparently survived until 1739. 11 Other nonconformist centres included a building at Furze common for Independent Methodists, registered 1856, closed by 1866 , 12 and the Open Brethren's Gospel Hall there, registered

    Thakeham Economic history

    and J. A. Dalrymple lay outside the manor. 43 Most of the surviving common waste in the manor, including Danhill, Furze , Heath , and Greenhurst commons and covering 294 a., mainly in Thakeham , was inclosed in 1812 under

    Parishes Catmore

    of the ancient fair granted to Rogo de Gacelyn in 1306 2 ; local tradition, however, places it at the Furze Plot in the extreme north of the parish and now included in We st Ilsley . 3 The fair

    Parishes Fyfield

    Leys , the Ham Piece, Stanboro Coppice near the Ock, the Ock Tongue, White's Brake , Tidlers Land (previously Titlow Furze ) and Yethill Wood. 15 Manor According to the chronicle of Abingdon , King Edwy in 956 granted to

    Middle division Roos Roos township 1784 Owstwick township 1852 Owstwick : Quaker Meeting House.

    faggots of furze in Dean Sunderlands were let with other parts of the demesne. 19 Common pasture was provided mostly by the Furze , 163 a. of which was in East Furze and 107 a. in West Furze . As

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Dolgellau, lbrill 12dd, 1880. :-ryseryd. FRENCH FURZE, kA SPECIALITY. . CUBSCRIBERS can suprily the very finest quality j of FRENCH FURZE SEED and give ' all the iecessary informnation for-layint down furze nleadows; they havingthenmselves used-it largely for feeding Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    girve`ll 'the- nsecessary intf~rmatiozi for laying down furze m~eVadws . they havingb selves sd it largely, for feeding horses, jouibnjg, obe,' ,d, dairy cows. N1o whmter system of" driijg le - omplete without Furze, MoMenzie's, Putent 'kasticatiors, also supplied.- -Addres&- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the most Economical manner of Feeding Horses-V[It. Onl1 Triolium Incarnatuwn, or Crimson Clover-IX. On the Uses of the WhIln, Furze, or Gorse-X. On the Planting of Hardy Evergreens-XI. On the Commutation of Tithes-xIII. miscellaneous Notices-XII. Quarterly Agricultural Report-XIV. Tables Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .-lAiN WORDYSa rsWtthe ELECTORS of the UNITED hINGDOM. By a REFORMER. 'London:-H. loolper, 13 Pallmall East.' In a few days-will be published- H et-Ae C I.N T H E or C tra . ]l Bithe tiuhoress'of "AiceSeymour." Lu a-ndat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE. THE CASE OF THE BARONESS VON BECK. CONSTANT DERRA DU Momm)DA'. G .DAwSON, H. W. TYNDALL, R. PEVT TON, ANND A. RvLAND.-This case was tried at Warwick oil Wednesday. The court was densely crowded, and great interest Subscribers-only content


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