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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of illustrations

    A typical North Oxford villa. Published in Building News , 23 Aug. 1867 facing page 396 St. Barnabas 's church, Jericho , 1872. Drawing in the Bodleian Library " 396 Blackfriars Road , St. Ebbe's, in the 1950s . Photograph

    Protestant Nonconformity and Other Christian Bodies

    Particular Baptists in his house in Clarendon Place , Jericho , 4 and in 1851 the congregation averaged 60. 5 The address of 'Higgins's room' was given as King Street , Jericho in 1869 , and there was another meeting

    Cassington Introduction Cassington 1797

    d 173, f. 187. Ch. Ch. Arch., MS. Estates 84, f. 87. The Jericho House used from 1773 for inoculations by a Cassington apothecary was at Jericho in North Oxford : Oxf. Jnl. 18 Dec. 1773 ; 28 Sept. 1776

    Modern Oxford South- West Oxford in 1850 South- East Oxford in 1850 North Oxford in 1850 GROWTH OF THE URBAN AREA

    families was opened in Jericho . The epidemic was less severe than in 1832 , lasting for 12 weeks compared with 22, but it attacked the same areas as before, except for St. Clement's and Jericho Gardens ; there were

    Bampton and Weald Buildings Bampton in 1821

    crowded and probably insanitary labourers' accommodation north of Rosemary Lane and south of the market place in Kerwood's Yard, called Jericho in 1841 , were cleared apparently in the early 20th century. 24 A Baptist meeting house was built south

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The end is the point, and our end, be it known n& 5- Is to build up our Zion with Jericho stone. gw d To ' give' we don't like, but we'll manage to ' get,' Ac u It will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Seisnig d4 rr yvgymydogaetb. Yr oeddwn yn meddwl am danaf yj "fy hin fel y dyn a aethi-lawrao Jerusalem i Jericho.; c: ond nid oedd yn bosibl i offeiriad, na Lefiad, na hi SBamariad ,ddyfod heibio i mi. Eto yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hall. Gwelir fod yma gam, er nad' mor bwysig ac y buasid yn dymuno, wedi ei roddi yn erbyn y Jericho feddwol. Y boneddigion a eistedd- eat ar y faine farnol oeddynt yr Ysweiniaid-S. Holland, A.S., J. WV. Greaves, Morgan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac oid hoffus iawn ganddynt hwythau roi dim o'u ffyrdd ad llygredig heibio. Disgwyliwn nae yw seitbied dro y eg Jericho feddwol nepell. tynbbliwyd cyfarfod i dderbyn m- adroddiad y dirprwywyr fs gydar ddeiseb yn y Pen- '; rhyn, hby., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diniwed; ablogid y mae rhai dynion i'w cael mor ddiniwed a difoddwl-ddrwg fel yr ant i waered o Jerusalem i Jericho heb ddychymygn fod un perygl arnynt. Yr wyf yn anfan hyn yn nnig fel eglnrhad er mwyn aelodau tyneren Subscribers-only content


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