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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Magdalen Laver Church

    crossbracing between the queen posts. Externally the tower is crowned with a boarded pyramidal roof which was formerly leaded. 54 Halfway down there is a penthouse roof to the aisle. In the lower stage there is a window with two

    Parishes Husthwaite

    and flows southwest under various names to join the Swale. Husthwaite has a long village street running east and west. Halfway along it a shorter street branches off to the south, and at this point stands the church of St.

    Parishes Stow Longa

    the Green , and here stands the village cross, the stone octagonal shaft of which is of the 15th century. Halfway up the shaft are the remains of four figures much defaced. The cross was restored in 1902 in commemoration

    Parishes Overton

    have moulded bases and capitals with nail-head ornament, and the window-heads are deeply moulded and enriched with dog-tooth and nail-head. Halfway up the external shafts are moulded bands. A line of dog-tooth is also carried down the edge of the

    Parishes Holme

    a mile long. Also at the head of this, that is at the end of the pool, is one fishery. Halfway along this water [Ubbemaere-lade ] is a place on the opposite side in the marsh ( palude ) called

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 10 Towns seated on the THAMES.

    Dagenham Creek . About a Mile and a half more Westwards, is the Halfway Tree in Essex side; and over against in Kent , is the Halfway House , so called, as seated in the midway betwixt London and Gravesend

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liver- 1pool, ya 2Sain mlwydd oed, Ellen, anwyl briod Mr. Hobert Wil- liams, a merch i',r diweddar Mr. William Owen, Halfway, LiTar- . Ar y 2ain cyedsol, n Mr. Henry Williams, Goodman street, Idanberis, yn S6ain mnlvydd oed. Ax y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Williams, Goiajnellwen!tBodwrog, aDs JaneEughes, Efailnewydd. arch. J Donne, Mr.' Ar y 7afin 'cyfioli yn'tii nwi T han'y Done1' tHobert Williams, Halfway, Iabedrgc, s Mises analWil' Hisms, Peurhyd, Llaneigrad. - , . i - I . Air y Sain cyilsol, yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tryfan, Llandwrog. TnoxAs-PnIcHARD.-Ar yr 8fed eylisol, yn nghapel Ebenezer, Llangefni, gan y Parch. J. Donne, Mr. Wil- liam Thomcas, Pig-dealer, Halfway, Heneglwye, & Mrs. Ann Prichard; Tyddynthedyn.; WILLLAMS-OWENS.-Ar y lteg cyaisol, yn swdd*'r cofrestrydd, Caernarfong an M~r. David Huaghes, M. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    69 Kitty Rees, eto d- 70 John H. Beynon, Nazareth n 71 Willi-n Gwyn Beynon, eto a 72 David Jones, Halfway h 73 David John Eynon 1I 74 J. Rees Hopkiis, 'Silao n 75 John.jDavies, eto Y 76 Mary Jane Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eystudd byr, Mr. c Jol-n Williams, Tnyhbsyn. Abergynolwyn. ,d WILLIAMS -ionaWr 25san, yn 70 nmlwydd oed, Mr. is Robert Williams, Halfway Cottages, Bontdda, e Dolgellau. ,d CYDWELI ,g e TADAU METHODISTAIDD".-Traddododd y Parch. D. Geler Owen ddarlith ragorol yr wythnos Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 March 1751, 20 March 1752

    Roads leading from the °ais' l! Town of Bromyard in the County of Hereford, to the feveral Places called The Halfway Aß in the Pa- rim of Docklow, Hereford/hire Lake in the Parifh of Whitburne, Perry Bridge in the Parilh Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1753, 26 March 1753

    ,6 Geo. ll. Journals of the Hoüfe of Lofck* Majefty's AJ-" Majefty's Advocate for Scotland, though duly fertfed *ocate* "with the Order of this Houfe for that Purpafe:'' PRAYERS« And thereupon an Affidavit of William Alfton, One The Anfwer Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1753, 27 March 1753

    62 Journals of the Houfe ef Lords. A. i XI c< t< <c «( t« it U tapped, or fold, with'm the Town of Dyfart and Li¬ berties thereof, and all Places adjacent, lying within Three Hundred Yards of Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1753, 29 March 1753

    26 Geo. II. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 67 Comes Buckingham- fhlre. Comes Fttzwilliam, Comes Northumber¬ land. Comes Egremont. Comes Temple. Comes Harcourt. Comes Guilford. Vifcount Fauconberg. PRAYERS. gihotto The Earl of Shaftesbury reported from the Lords >adCJ1Bi!l'. Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1753, 30 March 1753

    z6 Geo. II» Journals of the Houfe of Loftk ttaftings K>aJ, Bill. Batbut and Planta's Nat. Bill. Bagftiot to Winchefter Road, Biil : Y«oviU, Crevykerne, Xrc. Road, Bills The Earl of Warwick idfo reported from the Lords Committees to Subscribers-only content


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