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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Salisbury City government since 1836

    came to nothing, but in 1883 Dr. G. H. Bourne surrendered his leasehold and conveyed his freehold interests in the Greencroft to the city, and it was laid out for public recreation. Victoria Park was laid out by a body

    Salisbury Politics and parliamentary history since 1612

    midst of the anti- Corn Law agitation. Cobden visited Salisbury in August 1843 and held a big meeting on the Greencroft ; and the election campaign was accompanied by nightly meetings addressed by anti- Corn Law League speakers, from whom

    Salisbury Charities

    two blocks of single-story houses standing at right angles to each other facing a small garden at the corner of Greencroft and Winchester Streets. The College of Matrons. The College of Matrons was founded by Seth Ward, Bishop of Salisbury

    Salisbury Churches

    the parish should be paid to the incumbent. They also claimed that he should have all the 'taxes' of the Greencroft and Town Ditch , and profits of the fair held there, and of the butchers' shambles, the tanners' standings,

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    88-89, 119; Harnham , 75; High St ., 75, 78, 81, 119; St. Ann's , 75, 78; Winchester St., 88-89 Greencroft , 85, 115, 123, 140, 152; guild merchant, 97, 124, 132-3 ; Guildhall, 70, 87, and see Council House;

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.776

    ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: William Jolly [Jolly] Role: witness Details: male; 74; husbandman Location: Lanchester (Durham) Place(s): Greencroft (Grynecroft) : undefined Lanchester (Lanchester) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: George Taylor [Taylyor] Role: witness Details:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the presence of ,r izrXlj-:A(: cld sivd, -Clito houris after ine Was taken h, S In .:n. Olwuu s M'essrs. Greencroft, Hodgsan, ra-rest;and 'ai ters, Justices of the Peace, and exan'ined. Nnthi!wt: ,,is 5511 to tv 'arisener, cithier by stay Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of temperature in the week was accordingly 35-S deg. The mean daily range was 25'1 deg. BIRTI-IS.-On the 19th, at Greencroft, the wife of Gurney Pease, of a son-On the 20th, Lady Adeliza, Manners, of a daughter-On the 14tt, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    before he rtould he got to tLE ee hospital One of the nrost seriously itijttred is Rlicht be Oakley (24), Greencroft, Bilston, who is being treated at id home, ssiffering from fractures of the right arm gnd collar ix bone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the coroner's inquest. BILSTON. AssAnTiN-T A PLATLATEa.-At the Police Court, yesterday-before the stipendiary rnagistrate-Job Walton (22), an ironworker. of Greencroft, Biston, was charged with assaulting Herbert W~ard, platelayer, in the employ of the Great Western Railway Company. Mr. Lawrence, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10s. and costs, and ordered to pay the fare. ASSAULT¶ ON A BLnIND Wxzs-At the Police Court, yesterday, Joseph Parish, Greencroft, was charged with assaulting his wife, who is blind. The assault arose out of a dispute respeting inon~y matters, Subscribers-only content

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