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  • * British History Online *

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    a hedge) wherein the cattle were kept. Heir. A person who inherits landed property in the ordinary course of law. Henge. An old name for a weir. Herbage. The coarse grass of a forest, suitable for the pasture of goats

    Glossarial index

    109, 117, 119; repairs to, 201. Heary clothe , n . hair-cloth, 394. Heer , n . hair, hair-cloth, 256. Henge , v . hang, 131. Hengen towelles , n. p . hanging towels, 41. Hengis , n. p .

    Kingston upon Thames

    Kingston upon Thames KINGSTON UPON THAMES. Name . This place is so called to distinguish it from Kingston in Yorkshire, and other parishes of the same name. Its etymology is too well known to need much comment. Lambarde says,

    Appendix L, To Memorial CXXII

    Appendix L To Memorial CXXII MEMORIAL CXXII. Appendix L (1). Expenditure on the school from 1561 to 1873. From the foundation in 1561 to Midsummer 1873 the cost of the School to the Company, exclusive of the Repairs (except

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINE ARTS. GRATUITOUS EXHBE[TfONS. In general, that which has not some price set upon its enjoyment, is rarely worth possessing; but there are at least two Exhibitions now open, that are to be seen for nothing, which are nevertheless Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will be gratified by the repre- sentations of Holyrood House, Brough Castle, Launceston Casil, Melrose and Dryrburg Abbeys, and Stone Henge. While the man of business will see with pleasure the numerous new and useful erec- tions which have of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERATURE. BOOKS ON THE JUDICATURE ACTS. The Judicature Acts, Rules, Forms, dc. By Arthur Wilson. London: Stevens and Sons. The Supreme Court of Judicature Acts, 1873 and 1875, with Rules, Orders, ft. By William Downes Griffith. London: Stevens and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Daily Pout. 0529 er ~A.PLRY.-Young Mass Seets Situation. El lit years' expi'-( live D ribnees Highest referspeens.-A. J. Sminth, Ifarherric Henge, -l Macuborne, e7786 4 RS1t.-Wanitejd, by isi exparierared young Person, SituationI as Dy~athr Hndor Shopswoman.-Addrnso, 101, Daily Post. ellIS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Mr. Jesne. Wateon, Uaer's Lane, Blrming. ham. 1800 rrO be LET, a good CORNER HOUSE, now a, | Beer Henge, 3n a good thdrouuglfare, doing a tidy trade Tho Dense lsuitable for a Butcher, iGrocer, Obemnist, or any other Subscribers-only content

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