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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Mellor

    and the Isle of Man are visible in clear weather. From this elevation, which forms the western spur of Ramsgreave Heights and rises 732 ft. above the ordnance datum, the land slopes steeply down to Tottering Brook and Showley Brook

    Townships Higher Booths

    Booth and others and Thurstan Birtwisle of the Goodshaw and others for the building of a small chapel at Morrell Heights , where the inhabitants of Crawshaw Booth , Goodshaw , Gambleside and Love Clough might hear mass and other

    Townships Goldshaw Booth

    and Stevenson appearing. 11 The names of their tenements are rarely given, but in a 17th-century rental John Stevenson of Heights , Richard Nutter of Hall, John Robinson of Hoarstones and Mr. John Moore of Greenhead occur. 12 The old

    Hanwell Introduction

    building spread south and eastward, as part of the great expansion of the adjoining parts of Ealing . 74 Elthorne Heights 75 ( Studland Road and northwards) was laid out just before the First World War 76 but already the

    Hampstead St. John's Wood

    transformed by flats and and Avenue Road was transformed by flats and public buildings, mostly in the 1960s . Centre Heights , a concrete and glass block designed by Douglas Stephen and Panos Koulermos and containing shops, offices, and flats,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eglwysig yn Rhydychain, erthygl faith ar St. Paul yn y gyfrol nesaf o'r 'Encyolot adia Britanica." ' Songs of the Heights ani Deeps' fydd enw y gyfrol newydd o farddoniseth gan yr Anrbyd; Roden Noel. Cyhoeddayr Elliot Stock. Cyhoeddwyr yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &c." DarlIen Salm xc.. gan y IPrclb. E. Hampden Cook, M.A., Ton 'French,' geiriau 'Praise to the Holiest in the Heights.' Darllen 1 Cor. xv., gan y Parch. S. Parry Jones. Ton ' Crugybar,' geiriau ' ) Fryniau Caersalem' , Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4tapt. Prescott - ANIRUPTS. VWilson and J. Lightfoot,. Nottingham, hosiers; Attornies, Aljsrt, Boltwi' lid Rembbawy Nootingham, I G. Roberts, jun. Heights, YorksjiC ;;;~ Attorney, Mr. Battye, Chancery-lane, Londo5n uree, B. Barralt, Bath, butcher. Attornie, S. ,imr atia Adlington, Bedford-roW, London. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with all its forts, in the pessession of the Consti- tutional troops. FRAN'scoi EsPoz Y MIVA. . -U If eed-qarters, Heights of Coselfet, It Oct. 24. 3 o'clock A. 114. Tlre Rebels atterpted to recover Castelfoluhit, and in consequence -a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and De- scriptions; best method of Cultiration, Propagation, &c. such as the Soil and Situation that suits them best; the Heights they attain, &c. and any other information concerning tbem that may be considered useful or entertaining. By ROBlVtET SWEET, Subscribers-only content


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