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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Brewham Brewham in 1839

    1745 -6. 13 The Hardway was turnpiked in 1756 by the Bruton trust 14 but the by-road to Bruton was closed in 1790 . 15 There were at least three routes through the forest apart from Hardway . Probably the

    Milton Clevedon Milton Clevedon in 1841

    holding of 34 a. in the parish in 1842 41 as well as a small farm of 32 a. at Hardway in Brewham, bought in 1731 with augmentation money. The entire glebe was sold in 1918 . 42 In 1638

    Index A-J

    , archit., Blackslough, Border , ch., ch. ho., Colinshays, cts., curate, fms., fields, Four Towers, q.v . friendly soc., glebe, Hardway , Hilcombe, n Horseley , incl., incumbent, see Dampier, Re vd. John ind., inns, Kingsettle, man., mills, nonconf., North,

    The liberty of Alverstoke with Gosport

    along the Fareham Road and westward to Alverstoke . To the north are the hamlets of Bridgemary , Elson , Hardway , and Brockhurst , and to the east Forton , now rapidly becoming indistinguishable from Gosport itself. The land

    Parishes Pishill

    75, f. 4; Oxf. Dioc. c 588. Oxon . Peculiars , 59-66. Their names were Crooke , Gomme, Hardwell or Hardway , and Adkins. Compton Census. See above, p. 136. Oxf. Dioc. c 644. Oxf. Dioc. c 645. H. O.

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 2, 09 April 1642, 09 April 1642-09 April 1642

    be accepted. Resolved the like, upon Law. Caterick , for the Sum of Twenty-five Pounds. Resolved the like, upon Rich. Hardway , for the Sum of Thirty-six Pounds Three Shillings and Four-pence. Resolved the like, upon Jo. Marshall , for

    Index - H, 13 April 1640-14 March 1643

    to the Committee for Grievances; Under-sheriff of Salop to be sent for as a Delinquent, 20 Nov. Vide Wood . Hardway , Rich. 1642, his Composition accepted, 9 Apr. Hardy , Tho. 1641, to be summoned to attend, 5 Aug.

    Charles II, October 1670, 01 October 1670-31 October 1670

    22. Chatham. Same to Pepys. The remains of the Defiance have been brought from where she was burnt to the Hardway, below the old dock; as her floor is good, and timber scarce, it will be a sin to break Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 16 November 1830, 16 November 1830-16 November 1830

    County of Nottingham , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Hardway: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at a Chapel at Hardway , in the County of Hants , whose

    Index to Session 1830-31, K-Z

    Gulval Gear; Holmeschapel; Fincham; Gotham; and Gorton. - High Littleton; Road Chapel, Frome; Chester; Hampsthwaite; Scalford; Hoby and Thrussington; Hickling; Hardway; Mouldsworth; Tetney; Nantwich; Poulton; Nailsea; Mylor; Peckham; Rodwellend, Halifax; Misterton; Mayfield; Mabe, Cornwall; Oswestry; Moretonhampstead; Onecote; Rothwell; Leake; Pinx

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his mouth and eves. All further search was at an end. By 3 o'clock the premises were sufficiently cooled for Hardway, the conductor, to enter. Upon going into the first floor he found the aged creature, burnt in aii awful Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    daily), containing NomainatIons and.Latest Market Movements on the principal ltaces of the year, forwarded free on (V reeipt of address, by the Proprietors and Publishers, Valentine, to Hardway, and Topping (Memboer of Tattoersoal), lioulogne-sur bs Mer, France. &% IS ge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Movem ents on the principal Rtaces of lse year, 1iorwaiei ftraies receipt of address, by the Propriclors and Publiselere, Vohentinse Hardway, and Topping (Membersmof Tatsall'5), c ort.ir 3in Mer. France. IYl , MISERABLEWESS.-The most wondOrful end inarvdIlol3 suecess, In cases Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I Movemnte osn the principat Races of tile year, forwarded free on ' receipt of address, byIlso prontdot sa~d l'ublishersValentlsss, Hardway, nnd.Topphng (ldcrberse'of'Tattersall's), Boulogne-sur Mer. France. .50 PERAMrBULAToRs.-AIl thc new 6hapcs. Bassinettes, in ooad,wickter, and Wire.' illustrtted rice, lat PUaost Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Movements on the principal Races of the year, forwarded free on receipt of address, by the Proprietors and Publishers, Valentine, Hardway, and Topping (Memabers of Tattersalls), Boulogne-aur ler. France. 350 . BUAss BEDSTEADS.-Lower prices than bver. see windows. Feather beds, Subscribers-only content

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