skip to the main content area of this page

Search results

You searched for: Place: Limekilns

Found 1,779 matches across 5 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

    10 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Snailwell Economic history

    land was divided into the Railway field north of Bury St. Edmunds railway line, and the Limekilns proper to its south. 6 The Limekilns as a whole formed one of the best gallops around Newmarket because the going remained soft

    Chippenham Church

    Chippenham Park over a £5 redu ction in tithe rentcharge, and with the Jockey Club of Newmarket over whether the Limekilns gallops should be assessed for tithes as non-agricultural land. 33 In 1544 there was a vicarage house for the

    Chippenham Economic history Chippenham c. 1544 (excluding Badlingham)

    . 66 In 1883 the Newmarket Jockey Club purchased 300 a. of heathland. The land subsequently formed part of the Limekilns gallops, and of the Water Hall training ground between the Bury road and the line of the present Newmarket

    Snailwell Snailwell c. 1800

    15 Af ter c . 1882, when the Jockey Club of Newmarket leased and then purchased 421 a. on the Limekilns from the principal landowner, 16 it was used for equestrian training. 17 Snailwell Stud was established on the glebe,

    Gloucester , 1720-1835 Economic development to 1791 GLOUCESTER 1792

    builders owned a works at Pool Meadow and also dealt in bricks and tiles shipped from the West Midlands . Limekilns were operated at Pool Meadow 134 and at the quay. 135 At the Gloucester bell foundry Abraham Rudhall (d.

  • * British History Online *

    9 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix 1 to the evidence of James C. Melvill esquire

    of the Plantation 2,311 Ditto of Silk Establishment 1,550 Ditto of School Establishment 1,669 Ch inese Establishment 2,374 Highways and Limekilns 674 Advanced for Emancipation of Slaves 2,648 Pensions 2,386 Charges defrayed in England 12,614 Pay and Allowances of the

    Treasury Books and Papers, April 1743, 07 April 1743-28 April 1743

    succeed Dodd as boatman, Liverpool; John Peel, collector, Yarmouth port, loco Thomas Cook, deceased; Henry Halford, waiter and searcher at Limekilns, Bristol port, loco Samuel Sharp, deceased. Order for the issue to the Paymaster of the Marines of 49,226 l.

    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix A (1) No. 4

    3,136 - Civil Establishment, Salary of the Governor, & c. 14,337 Chinese Ditto 2,374 Church Ditto 2,292 Highway Labour 223 Limekilns 451 Silk Establishment, Charges on Account of 1,550 School Ditto Ditto Ditto 1,669 Emancipation of Slaves, advanced on Account of 2,648

    Index, J, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    , Arthur, traitors lands, Bermudas , 1150 1. -, Charles, militia money, co. Flint, 814. -, -, waiter at the Limekilns, Bristol, 1221. -, Edward, boatman, Bawdsey Ferry, 876, 997; tidesman, London, 1140. -, -, of Bagillt, Anglesea, 1223. -,

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1744, April-June, 03 April 1744-29 June 1744

    April 27 Petition to the Treasury from Sir Peter Halket et al. , proprietors of salt works at Torry, Craigflower, Limekilns, Culross and Inverkeithing. For a commission to pass to disjoin the said creeks from the port of Borrowstounness and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

    1,336 results from this resource, ordered by date. View more View all

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with coats, to 7s.. 9d. MELANCsHOLY BOAT ACCIDfNT. AND Loss or FIvo Livmes-On Thursday, while a small.boat was returning to Limekilns fromt a trip round the Channel fleet, lying in the Frith of Forth, the wind caught the sails, which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rliteining and Chemical Vorks Company. The Premises occupy about 4,000 square yards, and the Erlections include four stone-built Warehouses, three Limekilns. several large and small Sheds, Laboratory, three Offices, &c., all substantially built, and in good condition. There icn Manure Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to active work of Ecossais, Wvho, with Negress, his pilot, and Fea d'Amour for company, cantered a mile on tho Limekilns, and then a couple of miles on the tan, at a fair gooda pace. Atlantic, Aquito, Peeping Toni, Trent, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (wh1o iS engaged in the Grand Prize of Paris) had a goad gctllop of a mnile and threc-quarters Oll the Limekilns. Uhlan and Mestizo, engaged in the Ascot Stakes (run on Truesday weak), were doing excellent work. LOCKET'S SELEcTIOE;S.-Oaks and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cantered on the trm ; then lKing Lud, Coventry, Hundrtd, anid Charles galloped a nlide anil a qdarter on the Limekilns. Nl. Dawvson's lot hall two canitres on the tan; and Josooh Dlawson sent Prince Cha'lie, (lauisos, and Xinthiisa gallop Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

    405 results from this resource, ordered by date. View more View all

    3 June 1772, 3 June 1772

    That they had confidered the Upon reading the Petition of John Graham, Son of Graham et al. William Graham of Limekilns, in Lanerkjhire, for him- 2gfinft Lin felf, and as Affignee of Catharine Craig his Wife de- <l> eta'" ceafed, Subscribers-only content

    1 June 1808, 1 June 1808

    the Table. Ordered, That the faid Report be printed. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Alexander Graham Graham of Limekilns Efquire, complaining of Five Inter- agamft locutors of the Lord Ordinary in Scotland, of the 13th of May 1806, Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1808, 16 June 1808

    James Smith, Curator at Law for Hugh Graham Smith of High Craigs, to the Appeal of Alexander againftSmith. Graham of Limekilns Efquire, was this Day brought in. After hearing Counfel fully in the Caufe wherein R°*burghe Walter Ker and Richard Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1821, 10 May 1821

    the Signet, Margaret Grahame, JJIwn to Widow of the late Alexander Grahame of Faranese amend, Esquire, and Patrick Grahame of Limekilns, acting Trus¬ tees and Executors of the said Alexander Grahame deceased ; setting forth, " That an Action having Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    Establishment - Charges of the Plantation Ditto of Silk Establishment - Ditto of School Establishment Chinese Establishment - Highways and Limekilns - Advanced for Emancipation of Slaves Pensions - Charges defrayed in England Pay and Allowances of the Troops, &c. Subscribers-only content


Document Type



Workspace options

Save this search to your workspace

Save checked results (you can make connections from your workspace)

Save and connect checked results to an existing connection

Don't have an account?

Register now to set up your own personal workspace

Bookmarking options

Download options

Click the checkbox next to each item


As a not-for-profit service, we welcome donations from our users.