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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Corse Corse , Hasfield and Tirley , c. 1797

    the one across Corse Lawn , was then the main route. The road from Gloucester was turnpiked as far as the southern end of the Lawn in 1726 , 64 and from there across the Lawn towards Ledbury one way

    Charlinch

    divided into fields c . 1618 although fallow deer remained in the area after that date. 7 The field names Lawn , Park ground, and Rail close still in use in 1837 suggest that the park lay west of Currypool

    Townships Bowland with Leagram

    whole district was formerly in the parish of Whalley ; Whalley Couch . (Chet. Soc.), i, 187. Chipping Lawnd (or Lawn ) in Leagram preserves a trace of the old association. The inhabitants seem to have used the church at

    Goathurst Manors Plan of Halswell

    century it was used to create a straight-sided canal beside the house. A formal parterre with terraces, known as the Lawn , was laid out in front of the new north range. Other features of the formal design included a

    Woodchester Introduction

    the south side of the road. In the early 19th century a few cottages and a substantial residence called the Lawn , the home of J. Brynmar Jones in the 1890s when he was M.P. for the Stroud division, 22

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iawn o arian. Yn ffodus yn y "crisis" hwn arnynt, cyfododd Duw, i'r amcan yuma, un wrth fodd ei galon, Lawn athryhth a challineb, wedi ei ddisgyblu i'r gwaith-neb amgen na'r anfarwol Thomas Chalmers-a'i gynllun ef oedd, cael trysorfa ganolog Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at y ffaith bruddaidd a'i farwolaeth. "Taniol a fyddai'n tyniad-a Dewi Gael dwyawr o siarad, A gwledd i deimladau glad, Lawn dwymol lonai dermlad. Ffarwel-bydd dawel Dewi-yn dy fedd Ond i fyw y codi, Blino ifr llawr blaenu'r Ili, Ni Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ymayn disewyl caelteimlo ei belydrau yn awr a phryd erall. D\ae yn wir nad yw y chwarelwyr yn bobi bwysig Lawn, er fod tuedd rhai gohebwyr o'n plith. i'n good allan yu "rhyw rai mawr." Os bydd ganddynt i ysgrifenu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Engines Corn Drills Harrow of all kinds Sack Trucks Clod Crushers X Hay Racks Scufflers Cultivators Hurdles Sheep Racks Carts Lawn Mowers Safes - Cattle Cribs Mowers and-Reapers Sewing Machines Churns Mangling Miachines Spades, Shovels, &c. Cheese Presses Meat Safes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stearn Engines Corn Drills Harrow of all kinds Sack Trucks Clod Crushers Hay Racks Scuffiers Cultivators Hurdles Sheep Racks Carts Lawn Mowers Safes Cattle Cribs. Mowers and Reapers Sewing Machines Churns Mangling Machines Spades, .Shovels, &c. Cheese Presses M eat Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 Hackney.

    ætatis suæ LXXIIII . Above this old Monument is the Effigies of another Churchman, a Bishop, in his Ruff and Lawn Sleeves, and a Book in his Hand, in a preaching Posture. P.M.S. J. S. *Named Henry. Sir Tho. Cecill

  • * British History Online *

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    Memorial CXVIII, Almshouses formerly on Tower Hill

    sanction of the Master and Wardens. "8th. That no Visitor to the Almshouses shall be permitted to walk on the Lawn, or perambulate the grounds without permission of the Matron or Superintendent, and that no smoking be allowed on the

    British History Online

    for every halfe piece of Lawn containing six els and a halfe, three shillings. Item , for every whole piece of Lawn containing thirteen ells, six shillings. Item , for every piece of Callicoe Lawn, one shilling foure pence. Item

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 17 February 1621, 17 February 1621-17 February 1621

    - That a Question about this in the f irst Parliament Jac. - 100,000l. per Annum for Lawns, and Cobweb Lawn. - Is against the Restraint of the Importation of Corn, - England hath never Two Years Provision before-hand. The

    Index, L, 01 January 1630-31 December 1634

    Wm. cont. -, -, his chaplain, see Heywood, Wm. -, -, his secretary, see Baker, . Lawe , Thos., 48. Lawn , 540, 557, 563. Lawner , Peroose, 268. Lawrence , John, p. 153. -, -, (surgeon), deceased, p. 180,

    Preface to volume 3

    sustained by the burning of several of their Registers and some papers, in that dreadful fire which happened in the Lawn Mercat of Edinburgh upon the 28th day of October 1701," & c. Among these losses, the Registers of the

 

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