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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is to le feared, their conduct kvould too eIlet, cail for impeachment. " That Petitioivi lie therefore presented to bbthri Hoops of Per- hiiioenti prayitg thiem to take into consideration the temperance ruiede, aid tranquillity which has been menifented tinder Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that a exantity of Great Coals, Draught Harness, Sand Bags, Felllnndre, Feting Axes, Tire, and Tire Nails for Wheels, Sock Hoops. Cast Iron Trtcks, Perk Pickets, Ammunition Waggons, Stands for Grinestoners lm and hak Slob, and a variety of OldUAL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Contracts), ali1 sulch q00luancsallatyai TRUSS HOOPS and WOOD HOOPS sa sball from time to time be demanded, for One Year ec var'ds, until the exldration of Three Months Warning. talne,50 after Sampier of the TrUss Hoops must be produced bv Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Contracts for Deptford and Woolvich; and in the sum of 4001. for each of the other ylaces. CONTRACT FOR IRON HOOPS. DEPARTMENT OF THE: COMPTROLLER FOR VICTUALLING AND TR'eANSPORT SERVICES, SOMERSET PLACE, 11th March, 18iH. TpHE Commissioners for executing the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Contracts for Deptford and Woolwich; and in the sum of 4001. for each of the other places. CONTRACT FOR IRON HOOPS. DEPARTMERT OF THE COMPTROLLER FOR VICTUALLING AND TRANSPORT SERVICES, SOMERSET PLACE, 11th March, 18l1 T HEXE Comtnisiiooiers for executing Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester , 1660-1720 Population and economic development

    John. Below, Aldermen of Glouc. 1483-1835 ; Fosbrooke, Glouc . 209-10; cf. G.D.R. wills 1685/180; invent. 1713/119. J. Blanch , Hoops into Spinning-Wheels (Glouc. 1725), 15. G.D.R. invent. 1684/3 . Below, religious and cultural life. G.B.R., B 3/3. pp. 546-7,

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    but the last closed shortly after 1908, and the only public houses in 1984 were the Black Bull and the Hoops in St. Michael 's, which began c . 1900 as a beer shop. 97 The village had a clothing

    Parishes Bassingbourn

    inn holder was recorded in 1485 . 45 In the mid 18th century the village had four public houses, the Hoops , Black Horse , Bull, and Bell, round which vestry meetings circulate d monthly. 46 The two last belonged

    The City of Coventry The legend of Lady Godiva

    Matthew Paris , 153. K. Häfele, Die Godivasage und ihre Behandlung in der Literatur (Anglistische Forschungen, heft 66, ed. J. Hoops , Heidelberg , 1929), 15. Hen. Knighton , Chron . (Rolls Ser.), i. 43-44; Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden (Rolls Ser.),

    Parishes Kneesworth

    1795 20 and still open in 1977 , occupies a timber-framed 17th-century house with an overhang. Another public house, the Hoops , was converted into a club c . 1910. 21 Further north North Farm has a 5-bay 18th-century front

 

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