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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Eastington Education

    was held in a cottage at Churchend in 1870 : Glos. R.O., D 1347, Hicks fam. 1773-1903 , sale of Leaze estate. Glos. R.O., P 127/VE 2/3, charity accts. and entry for 1891. Ed. 7/37. Keys, Eastington , 131. Ibid.

    Parishes Cudworth The Church of St. Michael , Cudworth

    buildings. There are scattered houses between the two hamlets and ancient settlements in the west of the parish at Bonner's Leaze and above Lidmarsh. Apart from the church and former prebendal house the oldest buildings in the parish date from

    Eastington Manors and other estates

    for sale in 1869 and 1872. 75 Another 165 a. of Henry Hicks 's estate, including the house called the Leaze with its park, and Churchend and Meadow Mills , passed on his death to Eliza Hicks , 76 the

    Keevil

    but there are two farms there and one or two cottages. The farms to the south, at Wick Leaze , Oxen Leaze , and Hurst , probably originated with the inclosure of old pasture land there in the 17th century.

    Parishes Tintinhull

    the end of the 18th century other former commonable areas had been inclosed, notably West field, Perren's Hill , Broad Leaze , and Trent 's Leazes . Pitte farm was still almost entirely dispersed in the common fields, and included

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ryde, hatter. [Collins, Great Knight Rider st. J. Banks, Keswick, Cumberland, black-lead pencil manufacturer, [Addison, Verniam, buildings. W. Poulton, Broad Leaze, Wiltshire, cattle salesman, and Caversham, Oxford. shire, farmer. [Battye & Co. Chancery lane. J. T. Hil, Uppingiam, Rutlandoaire, s'oolstapler. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - COMMERCE. THE AXtERICA.5 CRISIS. The city correspondent of Friday's Times publishes the following statement:-" Tie private accounts from New York are so unfavourable as to leave little doubt that there is an end to all farther realization of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. THE FUNDS.-SATURIDAY, FOUR O'CLOCK. BRITISH. Price. FuEKiGN. Price Consol. 94 Belgian * 1112 Do. Account ... 941 . Brazil ..... . 821 3perCent. Reduced 94. Dutch 2P per Cent . 545 3. New. .0ll Danish . . . Subscribers-only content

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